June 2017

Found 3 blog entries for June 2017.

Inventory Levels of Bend Homes for Sale Remain Very Low

Ever since coming out of the recession, we have written about Bend's lack of housing. Before the recession, Bend was known as the sixth fastest growing city in the United States with a population over 50,000. During the housing boom of the mid 2000s, speculative building occurred all over the city, but we rarely discussed lack of inventory. People who wanted a home could purchase one, although many bought through easy credit which ended up facilitating the housing meltdown of the late 2000s. Once the crash happened, home values fell nearly to half of what they had been.

Bend is back. Home values have escalated to pre-recession prices and are now creeping higher. Bend is once again the 6th

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BendPremierRealEstateAdRedmondAirport

The next time you are at the Redmond Airport, check out the new kiosk in the baggage claim. Bend Premier Real Estate has a prominent presence on this kiosk. We plan to feature our Luxury Collection of beautiful homes in this location, rotating through these listings on a regular basis and exposing these stunning properties to all the visitors coming to and from Central Oregon. Let us know what you think about our display!

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Are Bend Real Estate Trends Changing?

BendOregonRealEstateTrendsComing out of the record breaking winter Bend had 2016/2017, real estate in Bend appears to be in flux. While prices continue to rise, with the average price per square foot for a Bend home now at $230 which is up 10% from 2016, the numbers of homes which have sold are down 13.8% from the same month in 2016 and the number of homes for sale are also down 2.8%. Inventory levels continue to be low with 2 months supply at all price points based on pended sales, but the average sold price for a Bend single family home is down 3% from the month before.

So what do these changes mean? Over the past few years we have actively compared Bend home prices with our feeder markets - the Bay Area, Seattle, Portland. And while

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