Arago Realty
1776 Union Avenue, North Bend, OR 97459
(541) 435-9077

Cape Arago Light House

Coos Museum

Oregon Dunes National Rec.

Shore Acres

Sunset Bay State Park

Golden and Silver Falls

Moving to Oregon
Oregon is rich in diverse beauty. Across the state you'll find crater lakes, painted hills, fishing villages, beautiful mountains, fertile valleys, and winding, flowing streams. Combined with vibrant culture, tons of shopping, delicious food and great choices for entertainment; Oregon has it all! The state is one of only five in the nation with no sales tax – another reason many people think moving to Oregon is a great idea.

The things you'll do and see in Oregon
Oregon offers attractions for all walks of life: museums, lighthouses, wineries, casinos, covered bridges, ghost towns, drive-in theaters, parks, shopping centers and so much more. Whether you're climbing Mount Hood, walking along some 400 miles of the Pacific Coast Trail, spending a day at the beach or dining out in the metropolis of Portland, you'll have an opportunity to see all of the beauty and excitement moving to Oregon has to offer. There's no greater place to move than Oregon.

Weather in Oregon
While the weather is mostly mild, there can be times of extremes due to coastal patterns off the Pacific Ocean. Typical Oregon weather is cool and wet. However, there are actually desert areas in the central and eastern parts of the state that get little rain. Summer temps are usually in the 70s, and winter temps range from the 20s to 40s. Oregon's weather is perfect!

Fun Facts about Moving to Oregon!
  • Oregon ranks 4th in the country in craft breweries per capita!
  • Crater Lake National Park (near Medford) contains the caldera of Crater Lake; 1,900 foot deep.
  • The Oregon University system has seven public universities scattered around the state.
  • Portland is home to two professional sports teams: the Trail Blazers (NBA) and Timbers (MLS).
  • The beaver is the state animal, giving Oregon its nickname as the “Beaver State.”
  • Oregon is home to 99% of the US hazelnut industry. Most are found in the Wilamette Valley.