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Overview of Portland

Friends and co-workers will be envious of your new house for rent in Concordia, thanks to its reputation as one of the trendiest areas of Portland. You may be living outside the city, but there's no reason your neighborhood shouldn't be as exciting as downtown. Concordia is one of the fastest growing places in Oregon, and it's no wonder why. Tree-lined streets, beautiful yards outside houses in a range of architectural styles, a perpetual sprawling view of the open skies overhead and beautifully paved streets are staples of Concordia. You'll forget all about the congestion of working in downtown Portland when you return home.

Despite moving to a small suburban area, you won't have to worry about cookie cutter designs when you move into your new Portland house for rent. The lawns are well tended, as are the flowers that homeowners grow. Residents have established a distinct style of their own and are proud to show off their hard work. House styles include bungalows, craftsman and four squares. 

Love the character

Residents who live in homes as unique as the ones that surround your house for rent in Portland will surely own businesses of the same nature. You'll love inviting your co-workers to your neck of the woods, thanks to the many pubs and restaurants that you can visit after work. 

Portlanders and out-of-state visitors alike will want to swing by Alberta Street, known as Portland's center for art. The Albert Arts District boasts plenty of galleries that everyone is welcome to visit. You may find a new hobby in the visual arts when you live in close proximity to such a well-known and established art area. Furthermore, moving into a new home means purchasing some equally exciting furniture an