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Home to roughly 50,000 residents, Albany, OR, is the heart of the suburban lifestyle. While some apartments, condos and mobile homes are available, the strong majority of citizens live in houses. There are also a fair number of lots for sale, leaving the option of building your own new place. The median housing cost is $164,000 with a healthy appreciation of 4.6 percent, making real estate a sound investment in this region.

Albany enjoys a strong economy. The median income is a reasonable $46,638 and expected job growth is a solid 32.7 percent. Occupations are also diverse, ranging from healthcare to agriculture, with no one field dominating the population. Education standards in Albany are high. High school graduation exceeds the national average, and college education reaches a higher percentage of the population than most parts of the country. It is also a peaceful city. Both violent crime and property crime sit below national averages. All of these factors give the city its gentle appeal.

Albany is centered in one of the most beautiful parts of the country. Mild winters and cool summers are the norm. The plentiful rainfall has painted the country green, littering the region with parks, forests and recreational areas. For a fun day, you can visit any of the numerous wineries, check out the Historic Carousel and Museum, explore the Talking Water Gardens, enjoy the Albany Regional Museum or stroll the Monteith District and Park. If you need to get your urban life fix, Portland is only an hour and a half away, full of the shopping, eating and entertainment you can expect from a trip to the city. You are also located less than an hour from several beaches and seaside bluffs. Albany is the perfect small city for anyone looking to make a life, raise a family or enjoy the endless wonders of the Pacific Northwest.

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