Welcome to Salem, Oregon.

Moving to Salem, Oregon

Salem as Oregon’s capital city is expanding to meet new residents in businesses and healthcare facilities.

Here are four benefits of moving to Salem.

Benefits of Moving to Salem

1.    The Cost of Living and Housing here is cheaper than in Portland.

Portland and Salem are the largest city in Oregon but compared to Portland, living in Salem were cheaper. According to Sperlings Best Places, living in Portland is 28.5% more expensive than in Salem. And the most significant factor resulting in this conclusion is the 48% more expensive median home cost in Portland.

2.    It has more business and employment opportunities.

There are 15,915 different businesses within a 20-mile radius of Salem. Perhaps, Salem has large employers, like the State of Oregon and Salem Health. Besides that, Salem Health is currently expanding its building, which opens up potential new jobs in its completion, which is expected to be in July 2022.

3.    Salem has excellent local restaurants.

Salem being the capital of the state has many locally-owned restaurants. One of which is the Rafns’ Restaurant, owned by lifelong married couple Oregonians. Their menus are completely organic with items like mushroom and truffle risotto, and grass-fed beef chili. Perhaps, all their produce was sourced from local businesses with which the owners have relationships to ensure freshness, sustainability, and quality.

Moreover, Wild Pear is another most loved local restaurant in Salem. It is best known for its sandwiches, salads, and soup. Perhaps, it is also focusing on serving quality food made with local ingredients from the Willamette Valley, Oregon, and reducing its environmental footprint.

Comfort foods such as White Truffle Sweet Potato French Fries and nutritious options such as the Wild Pear Salad, along with a wide variety of vegetarian and gluten-free options, are available on their menu. You will love this cozy, welcoming restaurant in downtown Salem whether you’re in a hurry or with your family and friends.

4.    Salem has strong communities built on strong neighborhoods.

Salem residents are full of friendly and kind people. They work and live together to bring residents and businesses together to create a more appealing and robust community. It has many neighborhood associations that serve as a voice for you in participating in government decisions.

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