Bend Housing Inventory Tight for 1st Quarter '15

Posted by Bend Premier Real Estate on Friday, April 10th, 2015 at 1:18pm.

The Bend Oregon Real Estate market continues to be tight as the 1st quarter 2015 data continues to show an extreme lack of inventory and rising prices for single family homes in Bend. The average price per square foot of single family homes has increased 12% over the same time last year with the average sold price up 19.3%. Buyers are still looking and offering creating a scenario in which there are only 1.7 months of Bend homes for sale in all price points.

This lack of inventory has resulted in multiple offers on available homes and extreme frustration for buyers who don’t have their offer accepted even when they offer over asking price. Based upon available land to build on and the current issues with the City of Bend struggling to get permission to expand the urban growth boundary, it doesn’t appear that this situation of high demand/low inventory will change anytime soon.

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