Real Estate Agent and Relocation Assistance for the Southern Willamette Valley
The Willamette Valley is a 150-mile long region comprised of several Oregon towns and counties. Named for the Willamette River that flows through it, the Valley is surrounded by mountains to the east, west, and south. Terrie Cox, PC provides families in need of a real estate agent with relocation assistance to help them move to or from the Southern Willamette Valley region.
Education is a priority in the Southern Willamette Valley. Each of the region’s counties operates its own school district, but local students have access to some of the best schools, teachers, and educational leaders in the state. Each district provides students with educational, cultural, and athletic opportunities that encourage independent thinking and the development of problem-solving skills.
Oregon places a high value on higher education, so the public school curriculum is designed to encourage students to continue on to college or vocational school after graduation. In 2011, the state set the goal to have all students graduate from high school, with 80 percent going on to earn, at minimum, a technical certification or associate’s degree. The public school system prepares students to become productive, hard-working members of society.
The Willamette Valley experiences relatively mild weather year-round. Winters are cool and often wet, but it’s rarely so cold that it snows. Summers are warm and dry, making the weather hard to beat for much of the year.
Things to See and Do
Because the region is in close proximity to both the mountains and the ocean, residents enjoy a variety of outdoor activities from hiking to fishing and everything in between. The Valley’s city, county, and state parks provide all the recreational options families can imagine, from playgrounds and picnic facilities to dog parks and paved walking trails. Bicycle enthusiasts enjoy spending beautiful spring days on the Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway, a 132-mile biking trail that begins at Champoeg State Park, meanders through quaint towns and luscious vineyards, and ends at Armitage County Park.
Speaking of Vineyards, the Willamette Valley is home to countless vineyards and wineries that offer beautiful views of the Cascades or the Oregon Coast Mountains. Each town in the Valley offers unique shopping and dining, arts and entertainment, and cultural opportunities, from beer festivals to live music shows. There’s always something new to discover in the Willamette Valley!
Do you dream of owning a vineyard?
In this region of the state, Terrie has earned a reputation as one of the few real estate agents who handles vineyard property for sale. She works with local and international buyers and sellers to procure, list, and facilitate the sale of these unique properties. She usually has several in her available property portfolio.
To learn more about properties in the Southern Willamette Valley region, call or text Terrie Cox, PC directly at (360) 607-4100.