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Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Salem was rated as a top town to retire in the Where to Retire magazine's January/February issue.

Oregon’s capital city is touted in the magazine’s January/February issue, now available on newsstands, as being one of “8 Hot Towns to Snap Up Bargains Now.”

“Signs like rising home prices and falling inventory point to a rebounding housing market,” Editor Mary Lu Abbott wrote about Salem in a press release. “Our eight locales, including Salem, offer boomers excellent buys now, with the possibility for value appreciation in the future, as well as an active retirement lifestyle.”

Read more at The Statesman Journal.

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