Reasons to Make Oregon Your New Home

With beautiful sights, the best hiking spots, and so many breweries, it’s hard not to find a reason to live in Oregon. Whether you live right on the coast or you live inland it is easy to take in the beauty that is this state. Known as the “Beaver State”, Oregon has no shortage of reasons to become your new home, but here are just a few that top the list.

Crater Lake: Talk about beautiful scenery. The lake and the surrounding habitat is all protected as a national park. It is good to know that this gorgeous lake and its amazing history will not be damaged by civilization.

Bend, OR: This city in Oregon is able to boast an average 300 days of sunshine a year. I know, Oregon may be known for its rainy days, but this city continues to shine on through those gloomy days, putting a ray of hope in everyone’s eye.

No Sales Tax: That is right, you read that correctly. No sales tax. It is hard to dispute this one, how awesome is no sales tax? Oregon is one of only five states in the whole United States that does not have any sales tax.

Powell’s Book Store: You might be thinking that if you are not outdoorsy than Oregon holds nothing for you. I am here to tell you that is just not true. This large bookstore will never get old, even if you live right next to it. Powell’s is so incredibly large that each time you come back it will be a new experience. This is definitely a must-see for all those who love and respect literature. Whether you choose to live in Oregon or are just visiting, this bookstore is highly recommended.

Oregon Brewers Festival: So books, biking, or buying are not a part of your hobbies? What about brew? Every year from July 23 to July 27 the Oregon Brew Fest takes place. At this festival, you get to sample 88 different craft beers all made from the state of Oregon. Whether you like beer or not, this sounds like it could be a lot of fun.

These are just a few of the many things in Oregon that make it a great state to live in. If you are interested in becoming a resident of the “Beaver State” check out Valley Brokers, a premier valley real estate company in Corvallis, Albany, and Lebanon, Oregon.

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