February 2018

Found 3 blog entries for February 2018.

Redmond OR Home Prices Continue to RiseRedmond Oregon

Redmond has historically been a more affordable option for people moving to Central Oregon. Home and land prices in this vibrant town have remained lower than those in Bend, and with the commute between the two communities less than 20 minutes, Redmond has often been a first choice for many relocating to our area.

However, the growth in Central Oregon has pushed single family residential home prices in Redmond higher since coming out of the recession in 2012. In fact, over the past five years, home prices in Redmond have doubled with the average sold price now over $300,000.

When single family residential Redmond home trends are compared between 2016 and 2017, the following statistics can be seen:

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Central Oregon Real Estate Home Prices Trending Up

Those who have lived longer than 5 years in Central Oregon have seen home prices rise at a rapid pace, especially in Bend and Redmond.  The average price for a single family residential home in Bend has risen over $200,000, the price for a Redmond home has more than doubled, Sisters homes are up 40% and Sunriver home prices have risen 22% in the last five years. 

Central Oregon real estate home prices

Our Predictions for Central Or Single Family Homes

The question can be asked, will Central Oregon home prices start to level off?  Have we reached the top? Obviously affordability for locals has been an issue for several years. But for new Central Oregon residents, the price for a Redmond or Bend single family home is extremely

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Bend Luxury Home Sales Trending UpBend Oregon Luxury Homes

Bend home buyers and sellers know that real estate prices have been on the upswing for several years. Bend homes have gained value consistently since 2011, with the average sales price up 95% in the last 7 years.*  However, what about the luxury, over $1,000,000 market? What have the last 2 years shown for high end home demand in Bend?

As expected, home prices are up in the luxury market as well. When the trends from 2016 through 2017 are compared with Bend single family homes over $1,000,000 on less than 2.5 acres are compared, the following changes can be seen:

  • Number of homes for sale up 11.1% to 60
  • Number of homes sold up 54.5% to 85
  • Number of homes pended up 46.7% to 88
  • The average square foot
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