PENDLETON (AP) — When Chad Patterson moved east from Portland, he became a homeowner.
He figures the three-bedroom, one-bathroom house he recently bought in Pendleton — his first — would have cost twice as much in Portland, about $300,000. That’s not a price the educator could have afforded in Oregon’s biggest city, especially paying off loans he took out to get a master’s degree from Portland State University.
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