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Flavel mansion opens door to the past

The 115-year-old Flavel mansion, known for decades as a house of mystery and a symbol of faded glory, will open to the public next month.

Greg Newenhof, who bought the iconic residence at 15th Street and Franklin Avenue last year and plans to...

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Home prices soar

After searching the super-spendy Seattle and Portland markets for a home in which to raise their two children, East Coast transplants Tessa and Orion Matthews this month settled instead on a house in the south Eugene hills, after Orion sold his...

Worried about lead? Here are some options
Worried about lead? Here are some options

Worried about the potential for lead in your own drinking water after reading accounts of elevated levels found in local schools?

If you live in a newer home or have replaced your fixtures recently, you probably don't have to be. But if you're...

Pendleton council to champion housing incentives

The Pendleton City Council voted Tuesday to make housing a permanent priority.

The council unanimously agreed to accept the recently commissioned housing study and its recommendations, which include reviewing the study every two years to measure...

Forrester: Building homes in Pendleton could bring jobs

Completion of an up-to-date study of Pendleton housing is good news. Although housing construction has been on the upswing, many of us in town have been worrying about considerable numbers of people who work in Pendleton but can’t find housing here.

Hackers attempt to extort local firm

Cyberhackers put Windermere Real Estate of Lane County in a pickle late last week, locking the real estate agency out of its own computer server and demanding a ransom to regain access.

But after Windermere’s owners agreed to pay the hackers an...

Emotional Healing After A Flood Can Take Just As Long As Rebuilding

Most of the front door of Rachel Taylor’s little yellow house in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, is pasted with paw prints where her dog struggled to get inside during the flood last month. He was too big to carry through the rising...

Legacy of Asbestos
Legacy of Asbestos

It was a dream come true.

Almost.

When Arizona residents Richard and Susan Gibson married in April 1999, the two lived in separate homes. As a celebration of a new chapter in their lives, each sold their home and the newlywed couple...

News from The Register-Guard

Former Eugene resident Ruth Miller, 61, and her husband, John Lutheran, 62, were having what Miller described as a “magical night” in their relatively new home in Nice, France, on Thursday night.

They strolled through the city holding hands for...

Preparing to sell

Some home sellers get more attached to their homes after they’ve fixed them up for sale.

They wonder why they didn’t make the repairs years ago. But how much is enough to invest to ensure a quick sale?

“I am a minimalist when it comes to...

Preparing to sell

Some home sellers get more attached to their homes after they’ve fixed them up for sale.

They wonder why they didn’t make the repairs years ago. But how much is enough to invest to ensure a quick sale?

“I am a minimalist when it comes to...

Average home sale price hits all-time record in Lane County

Lane County’s hot real estate market reached a fever pitch in June, when the average home sale price hit $279,800, an all-time record that exceeds the average that houses sold for during the frenzied 2006-07 market bubble that preceded the Great...

Getting the lead out

The discovery this spring of elevated levels of lead in drinking water at several Eugene School District schools and other buildings has prompted a flood of questions about the possible prevalence of lead in drinking water elsewhere in Lane County,...

Downtown explores historic district

Jason Allen, of the State Historic Preservation Office, marveled as he peered down Main Street during a visit to downtown Klamath Falls in February.

“I was really impressed because you have that feeling that you’re in a historic place,” Allen...

Building momentum

Halfway through 2016, Eugene-area home construction is outpacing any year since before the Great Recession.

Lane County homes sold in May were on the market for an average of 56 days, the Regional Multiple Listing Service reported recently, the...

Study shows modest progress in Pendleton’s housing market

Pendleton’s housing market is in a better place than it was five years ago, but the need is still there.

Sabino Community Development Resources recently released a draft of a housing study commissioned by the city of Pendleton and other local...

Finding place to stay may be trial

Hotels in and near Eugene are bustling and will be mostly full until July 11.

Three events, all big draws that are happening simultaneously and all ending on July 10, are the reasons why.

The U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials, which starts...