Economic Collapse High End Homes

Aaron travels to Thurston Oregon a suburb of Springfield Oregon near Eugene Oregon to look at the economic collapse. Aaron takes a look at a newer housing development with homes ranging in price from $300,000 to 700,000. Aaron finds many homes for sale and empty. Many of the houses have signs in the window stating they are owned by the bank.

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Eric says ... on Sunday, Feb 21 at 2:13 PM

How do you know the city built the roads? Im quite sure the developer is the one that paid and built them.

Jeff says ... on Friday, Feb 26 at 9:40 PM

When Covenant Condition Restriction are in forced in this area you can only build houses in that price rage you are not going to sell that may houses these days!

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