While housing affordability in Oregon has not improved, economists say it has at least stopped getting worse.
At the local level, developer Tim Drechsel said the county lacks affordable housing for first-time buyers.
“In Douglas County, there’s a lot on the market, but it’s all on the higher end,” he said. “Anything under $300,000 disappears pretty quickly.”
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