We want to hear your housing stories.
The Portland Tribune publishes special in-depth reports on issues facing the region several times a year. They are called Rethinking Portland, and the next one, scheduled for June 26, will focus on housing costs and choices.
As part of our research, we are inviting readers to e-mail us about how rising costs and types of available housing are affecting their choices on where to live.
Why do you live where you live? What choices have you had to make in order to afford housing? Has increasing density changed the types of housing available? And with about 1 million more people expected to move to the region over the next 20 years, how do you think that will affect your choices in the future?