Newberg, OR Real Estate News

By Sandy Mitchell, Making A House Your Home
(The Kelly Group Real Estate)
Stay informed. Share your opinion. Superintendent of the Newberg School District, Paula Radich wants to hear from Parents and community members.  Receive answers to your questions.  Let your concerns be known.  Attend a "listening session"  See the following schedule for times & place, attend any or all meetings.   Be involved in your children's education and your community. 2009 Listening Sessions January 6, 2009        Chehalem Valley Middle School:    403 West Foothills, Newberg, OR February 3, 2009       Edwards Elementary School:         715 E 8th. Street, Newberg, OR March 3, 2009             Newberg High School:                    2400 Douglas Ave. Newberg, OR April 7, 2009                Mable Rush Elementary School:   1441 Deborah Rd. Newberg, OR May 5, 2009                 Du...
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By Sandy Mitchell, Making A House Your Home
(The Kelly Group Real Estate)
The Newberg Public Library is joining Oregonians throughout the state in celebration of the 150th anniversary of statehood.  The Library will be hosting a Sesquicentennial Birthday Party on            February 14, 2009 and all are welcome to join in wishing our state many happy returns.  For more information check the library's web site at www.newberglibrary.orgor watch for info at the library and in The Newberg Graphic. Newberg Cultural Center: A $200,000 grant from the Meyer Memorial Trust has completed funding of $2.6 million for the next phase of renovation of the Chehalem Cultural Center.  This grant is added to grants received from the Collins Foundation and the Ford Family Foundation; together with generous gifts from local sources.  Construction on this next phase is scheduled t...
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By Larry H Morris, Larry Morris, NMLS 150073
(Directors Mortgage)
 Newberg OR Homes Qualify for 100% Financing Under USDA Home Loan Program It is becoming harder and harder for a Newberg home-buyer to purchase a home, yet there are still many affordable homes if you have a down payment or the advantage of a program that helps you qualify for more home. Through a litle used federal government loan program, the USDA Guaranteed Rural Home Loan, we are able to offer financing up to 102% of the appraised price on the purchase of a new home. This allows for the purchase price, seller contributed closing costs and the cost of the one time mortgage insurance.  Eligible Persons Have an adequate, documentable and dependable income. Must be a U.S. citizen or be legally admitted to the United States for permanent residence. An adjusted annual household income tha...
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By Tony and Libby Kelly, CRS, ABR, ePro, SRES, CLHMS, CDPE
(Keller Williams Realty Portland Premiere)
Super Cute Newberg Traditional! This lovely home has been completely refreshed with new designer paint and carpet in every room. Located on a quiet street and backs to beautiful greenery and trees. Features include open kitchen with pantry, Master Suite with vaulted ceiling, newly stained deck, newly painted & sealed garage floor. Close to shopping, parks, and University.Address: 606 W Sheridan St. City/ST: Newberg, OR Zip Code: 97132 Location: 606 w Sheridan St. Property Type: Single Family Home New or Resale: Resale Square Footage: 1200 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 full, 1 half MLS# 7095342 For additional photos and details visit http//:www.TonyandLibby.comor call 1-800-395-1151 code 613 for 24 hr recorded information This listing is brought to you courtesy of the Tony and Libby Kelly Gro...
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By John Bacon
(Keller Williams Realty Portland Premiere)
Located approximately 25 miles south-west of Portland, Newberg is a city covering 13.0 km, and has a population of 18,000 residents. Although conveniently situated near the many assets of the Portland metropolitan area, the community retains a distinct physical separation from the metro origin, being encompassed by a greenbelt of rural forests, vineyards and farmlands. The Chehalem Mountains surrounding the community and the broad Willamette River create a natural bowl, providing a special feeling of the place, greatly appreciated by the Newberg community.Before Oregon became a state, Indian tribes and bands lived throughout the Willamette Valley including within the Newberg area. The Kalapuyas, a tribe of gatherers and hunters were the main Indian Americans that lived in the Willamett...
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