The housing funk even has hit the Rogue Valley's high-end properties, ...
Gazing over the valley 1,000 feet below, Barney Spera feels like he's found his dream home.Read more
#1 Jul 21, 2008
what has WCCIA got to do with our library? or new housing for that matter? don't we pay for libraries with taxes? and housing is pretty much a demand in this area.(cheaper in the desert) good place for 99thousand dollar homes. no one can take the gangbanging. clean up what is wrong with white city, and you might have a leg to stand on. not just talking about a sculpture in a park.
#2 Jul 21, 2008
What does this response have to do with the failing housing market in the Valley? If you drive around you cannot help but see that this is hitting all people. There are auctions going on, empty(abandoned)homes, the paper is full of foreclosure notices, and just the number of unsold lots that are out there. Either you have been in a cave for the last year and a half, or you just haven't read the signs at every corner. Maybe it is better in Silverton, but its not here. Take a good look around the country and you will see what is really happening!
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