Riddle me this: How can home sales grow when we have no homes to buy?When a monthly home sales print fails to meet expectations the excuse often used is that inventory is too low to meet the demand.
Oregonians Among Most Likely To Want To Stay In Their State Gallup Poll Finds
The polling firm Gallup asked residents of every state whether they would rather move or remain in their current state. It found 76 percent of Oregonians would remain, more than any other state except for Maine.
The Pine Tree State — that's Maine, apparently — tied with Oregon in the share of residents who want to stay put. But the home of the other Portland may be the most desirable state based on a technicality.
In Oregon, 24 percent of surveyed residents said they would like to move elsewhere. Only 23 percent of Mainers want to leave their state, while 1 percent said they have no opinion. Read More Here...
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