Not Enough Housing Being Built in Oregon Post-Recession, Say State Economists

Oregon Office of Economic Analysis offers a gloomy outlook for renters.

Across the state, the construction industry isn’t building housing in the numbers seen during previous booms, according to numbers crunched by the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis.

Housing construction isn’t keeping pace with population growth either. That’s bad news for tenants in the state that has seen sharp increases in their rent bills.

Source: Not Enough Housing Being Built in Oregon Post-Recession, Say State Economists – Willamette Week