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Home prices continue rise

Lane County homes sales in 2016 got off to a strong start, with the January average sale price rising 7.5 percent compared to the same month a year ago.

The average sale price of a home in January was $246,900, compared to $229,600 in January...

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Oregon Community Foundation grants to various community organizations — A Family for Every Child, $40,000 to mentor program. Florence Food Share, $6,524 to increase community outreach for food distribution services. Cottage Grove Habitat for Humanity,...

11 new buildings, $1.5 billion in investment planned for downtown Portland
11 new buildings, $1.5 billion in investment planned for downtown Portland
11 new buildings, $1.5 billion in investment planned for downtown Portland

The surface parking lots that dot downtown Portland between the Burnside and Morrison bridges won't be flat for long if local real estate owners realize an ambitious...

Long-time broker opens Larsen Coast Homes

WARRENTON — Rosalie Dimmick Larsen, a licensed principal real estate broker who has been serving clients for the past 24 years between Astoria in the north and Cannon Beach in the south, has started 2016 by opening her own boutique real estate...

Elaine Rusinovich joins Larcin Realty Group

ASTORIA — Larcin Realty Group, Inc. recently welcomed Elaine Rusinovich to their office.

Rusinovich is a native-born Astorian and a long-time resident. She was licensed in the State of Washington for several years but has made the move to be...

Firm eyes Eugene for pot food site

A food manufacturing operation proposed for west Eugene would cook up some seriously potent snacks.

The common ingredient? Marijuana.

SightGlass Management, a San Francisco firm, wants to lease a 2,970-square-foot warehouse building on...

Five Minutes With Reta Leithner

Seaside resident Reta Leithner is retiring after 40 years of being a real estate agent. Most recently she worked at the John L. Scott Real Estate Office in Seaside.

Where have you worked over the years?

I have been with several companies.

Downtown Coffee under new ownership

Downtown Coffee Shop has reopened with a new set of owners.

Kristina and Richard Afornorpe opened Monday, after taking over from Hayley Clark last month.

“We were looking for another business,” said Kristina Afornorpe, who with her husband...

What happened to Iris Capital and investors' $5.5 millon?
What happened to Iris Capital and investors' $5.5 millon?
What happened to Iris Capital and investors' $5.5 millon?

Shayne Kniss, a Lake Oswego investment adviser with a hipster beard and a leased Jaguar, ran his own company, Iris Capital, for five years before deciding in 2015 it was time for a career...

Sunny forecast ahead

Worries are mounting about global economic troubles and a stock market slide derailing the nation’s recovery from the Great Recession, even plunging it back into a recession.

The Register-Guard Board of Economists isn’t buying the doom and gloom...

Bloomberg could be centrist choice if party nominees are polarized

Just when it seemed as if the presidential race couldn't get any stranger, billionaire former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg revealed that he may run for the White House as an independent if the two major parties nominate their least mainstream...

Bloomberg could be centrist choice if party nominees are polarized

Just when it seemed as if the presidential race couldn't get any stranger, billionaire former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg revealed that he may run for the White House as an independent if the two major parties nominate their least mainstream...

B&B owners find 80-year-old whisky during renovation

They say a good Scotch whisky only gets better with time.

Tracy Bosen and Kevin Michel will test that notion when they uncork one of the three vintage bottles of whisky they found during a renovation project at their Pendleton bed-and-breakfast,...

Purchase adds to low-cost housing

JUNCTION CITY — St. Vincent de Paul of Lane County announced Tuesday it has bought a mobile home park in Junction City as the nonprofit agency makes continued investment to preserve the declining stock of affordable housing.

St. Vincent paid...

Home sales up in 2015

Lane County’s real estate market in December completed another robust year, with a 3.4 percent increase in home prices in 2015, and more sales and listings compared to the year earlier.

Home buyers paid an average price of $243,500 last year...