Median sales price in Bend inches up to another record

The residential real estate market in Bend, Oregon, continued in September to reach new heights for sales prices, but the increases remained modest. In September, for the fourth month in a row, the median sales price of a home in Bend reached a record high. Although the market still appears to be strongly fueled by

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Bend homes set third straight monthly record

The median sales price of Bend homes hit another record high in August — barely. It marked the third month in a row the median sales figure established a record. At $414,000, the median sales price in August was $1,500 (0.4 percent) higher than July’s amount. That’s an even smaller increase than we saw from

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Median sales price falls for second month in a row. What happened last time that occurred?

The housing market in Bend, Oregon, tapered slightly in May, as the median sales price fell for the second month in succession and the inventory of homes on the market rose compared with April. Still, the year-to-date median price remained steady at a price that represents a high for the 10-plus years for which we

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The Bungalows at NorthWest Crossing walkable, sustainable and beautiful

By Jason Boone The trend in real estate for years has been to build smaller, greener homes in walkable neighborhoods. In fact, in a recent Urban Land Institute survey a majority of Americans expressed a desire to live in compact and mixed-use communities and half of respondents listed walkability as among the key factors in

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What’s Really Happening with the Real Estate Market in Oregon?

There’s no denying that the Real Estate Market has been booming and the demand for homes is up across Oregon but according to some economists the demand for homes hasn’t increased as much as has been reported elsewhere. Thanks to a recent article by Oregon’s Natural Resource report we know that mill inventories across Oregon

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Real Estate Market Is Now Considered To Be Normal

Home values in Bend Oregon have been on a roller coaster ride over the last 14 years and many home owners and Real Investors have successfully weathered the ups and downs. From 2006 to 2012 the Case-Shiller Housing Index would lose 33% but, thankfully that wouldn’t stop investors from coming back to the Real Estate

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