MEDFORD, Ore — As organizations continue to help individuals struggling with housing, state organizations are teaming up in a new program to assist people facing evictions. The OREDAP program was launched by the Oregon Housing and Community Services. It allows ...

SALEM, Ore. – Oregon Democrats are proposing a $400 million package to address the state’s homelessness crisis. The money is intended to go toward addressing immediate housing and community needs, building on investments, increasing the supply of affordable homes, and ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —Survivors from the devastating wildfires fires, living in FEMA housing, will soon have to start paying rent. The temporary housing unit program through FEMA was extended until September 15th. By law, FEMA says it has to charge ...

YREKA, Calif. —A $25 million project is in the works to bring permanent supportive housing to Yreka. It combines affordable housing with wrap-around services. It’s designed for people experiencing homelessness, low-income individuals, and people with serious mental illness, or other ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Rogue Valley Association of Realtors is sharing how our home market performed in January. The county-wide median price went up 13% from $345,000 last year. The most recent median price is $390,000. The median price for ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Grants Pass ‘Urban Area Planning Commission’ approved a plan for a new 120-space RV park. The park would be on NE Greenfield Road, north of I-5. The developer says they want to incorporate almost all of ...

DOWNTOWN MEDFORD, Ore. — A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at The Jackson on Riverside Avenue this afternoon to commemorate the full conversion of the location from a motel to housing units for fire victims. Only 11 months ago The Jackson ...

DOWNTOWN MEDFORD, Ore. — Similar to the former Inn at the Commons and Ramada Inn, America’s Best Value Inn on Riverside Avenue is being converted into housing for families devastated by 2020’s Almeda Fire. Portland-area-based Fortify Holdings is behind all ...

SALEM, Ore. – Oregonians who are behind on their mortgage payments are running up against the clock. Oregon House Bill 2009 established a foreclosure moratorium due to pandemic hardships after the federal moratorium ended this past summer. However, the state ...

TALENT, Ore.- A Talent couple is losing their long time home, and in turn, the city is losing a staple. Ray and Betty live in one of Talent’s oldest houses, a place they’ve been renting and calling home for 14 ...

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