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By Rene Fabre, Marketing in the Digital Age
(First American Title)
Comments 11
In July of 2006 I was traveling through Oregon for work. I drove down from Seattle for a day in Roseburg then over to the coast to Coos Bay via Highway 42. What a beautiful drive it is through Tenmile, Camas Valley, over the mountains through Remote, then Myrtle Point, and Coquille. After my day in Coos Bay I’ll be off to Grants Pass and Medford. My friend and coworker Candis met me in Bandon that morning so I could visit the branch office. After the meeting we jumped into her car so she could show me some of the sites. I was on a pretty tight schedule so it was a whirlwind tour to be sure. I had never been to Bandon before then and I fell in love with it immediately. We drove along Jetty Road then through a small neighborhood to the end of the street. I jumped out of the car. We were h...
By George Bennett, Inactive Principal Broker, GRI
(Inactive)
Comments 0
This is Face Rock. The face on this sea stack is the work of the sun, wind, rain, and waves. It is an awesome image with a mystical presence.   You can read the legend of Face Rock as told by RS Lawrence at http://www.treehuggerz.org/Face_Rock.html Face Rock Beach Bandon Beach   
By George Bennett, Inactive Principal Broker, GRI
(Inactive)
Comments 0
Oregon is the only state where the beaches are free and open to the public forever and ever (seriously!). Beachcombing, horseback riding, driving in your beach rig, etc. You wont believe it until you experience it for yourself. This is my friend Kim. The photo was taken by her husband Hunter. A ride with friends, also taken by Hunter  
By Nathan Juarez
(Gold Coast Properties, Inc)
Comments 6
Our market has been extremely flat.  Realtors, lenders and title companies have all felt the pinch.  Our inventory is up nearly 30% over last year and our production is down about $5,000,000 ytd.  On an average year our total production is just over 30 million dollars.  We are on pace for a 20 million dollar year.  All indications of 2006 being our fall-out and expecting 2007 to rebound have yet to ring true.  Now forecasters are pointing towards the summer of 2008 on the national scale to return to a healthier market.  Normally, now is the time that we get busy.  Our phones start to ring, visitors begin to arrive and tourism is at it's peak.  If I am still singing the blues at the end of summer...there's always next year.  Even with the market being flat, our economy seems to be chuggi...

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