Installments of our year-long series examining housing issues throughout the mid-valley. New entries in the series, “Housing the Mid-Valley,” will appear about once a month.

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Editor’s note: This is the first installment in a year-long series of stories examining housing issues throughout the mid-valley. New entries …

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Eight years ago Monroe was poised for a housing boom, with developers pitching plans to build as many as 200 new homes in this one-stoplight t…

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Thanks to new subdivisions and more than 1,600 new homes, North Albany’s population has nearly doubled since it was annexed into the city of A…

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While other local cities saw their rental vacancy rates decline sharply since 2000, Lebanon trended in the other direction, thanks to a simple…

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The rental housing markets in Albany and Corvallis do not have much in common.

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Sometimes remodling is the best way to get the house you want

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Eric and Carlie Vanderveer were tired of paying $11,000 a year in rent and wanted to start a family, so around Christmas, the 20-something Alb…

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Julian Contreras has worked for the city of Corvallis since 1991. And since 1994 he has lived approximately 30 miles away in the Polk County t…

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Construction is underway in Albany on the infrastructure for two subdivisions that, combined, eventually could bring nearly more than 150 home…