Median price hits another record

October provided more of the same data that has characterized the Bend, Oregon, real estate market since the reopening from March’s stay-at-home orders: Prices continue to climb, inventory continues to decline, homes are moving more quickly, and sellers are getting their asking price – and then some. For the first time in our data set,

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Inventory remains scarce in Bend market

In September, for the fourth month in a row, the median sales price of a home in Bend, Oregon, rose, reaching an all-time high of $549,900. The sales figure continues a run that began roughly when the state emerged from stay-at-home orders imposed to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. In the last five months, the median

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Median price rises as inventory shrinks

A record-low inventory of homes for sale and a year-to-date high in the median sales price characterized the Bend, Oregon, real estate market in June as things continued to kick back into gear. What’s more, the month ended with the most pending sales on record, promising that July will continue the momentum. The median sales

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Signs point to an increase in market activity

May ended with 285 pending home sales in the Bend, Oregon, real estate market – the most in one month in nearly four years – as the reopening of the region from the coronavirus shutdown was reflected in more real estate activity. The 285 pending sales at the end of May was more than twice

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Activity falls as demand remains high

The coronavirus pandemic didn’t appear to adversely affect home sales in March in the Bend, Oregon, real estate market in the aggregate. Week-to-week data, however, indicates that COVID-19 did have an impact on the volume of activity. There were 187 closed sales in March. For that month, that’s strong. It’s more than in any other

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