Tagged : Bend Real Estate

Found 29 blog entries tagged as "Bend Real Estate".

Bend Home Sales 2019 Show More of the Same

New Years 2020As we move from 2019 to 2020, it is always good to look back and see how the sales from one year may affect the next. For Bend Real Estate in 2019, the trends provided more of the same with lack of inventory impacting home prices, days on market and closed sales.

When the 2018 figures from Bend single family homes sales on less than an acre are compared with those from 2019, the following can be seen:

  • The numbers of homes offered for sale were down 17.2% from 396 to 328 at the end of the year
  • The numbers of homes sold were down 4.2% from 2452 to 2352
  • The number of homes pended were down .8% from 2417 to 2397
  • The average days on market were unchanged at 103
  • The sold/original listing price
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A Surprising Number of New Bend Home Sales in November

Bend Premier Real EstateTraditionally as the weather cools and we move toward the end of the year, Bend home sales decrease. There are fewer buyers actively looking for homes in the winter and the holiday celebrations of most families impact real estate sales.

This year, however, there has been a large uptick in the number of Bend homes which went into contract during November.  When Bend single family home sales in November 2019 are compared with those from November 2018, the following changes can be noted:

  • The number of homes for sale are down 10.5% to 408*
  • The number of homes sold are down 1.8% to 167
  • The number of homes pended are up 23.6% to 183
  • The average price per square foot on sold homes is up
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Bend Real Estate Prices Still Increasing

Bend Oregon Real Estate Trends

The September, 2019 data has been published and the price for a Bend single family home on less than an acre is still going up.  Although September is traditionally among Bend's biggest months for price reductions when sellers whose property did not sell during the summer lower the asking price to hopefully get a buyer before winter hits, Bend home sales in September 2019 still reflect higher prices than the same month a year before.  When Bend single family home sales on less than an acre in September 2019 are compared with September 2018, the following trends can be noted:

  • Homes for sale down 6.7% to 556*
  • Homes sold up 8.7% to 212
  • Homes pended up 9.7% to 214
  • Days on market down 4% to 95
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Bend Home Prices Keep Rising

Bend Home Prices Up

The July 2019 figures are out and Bend single family home prices continue to go up while closings are down.  However, homes in pending contracts have had a huge increase over the year before.  When July 2019 is compared with July 2018 for Bend single family homes on less than an acre, the following changes can be seen:

  • Homes for sale down 6.1% to 604*
  • Homes sold down 1.6% to 239
  • Homes pended up 28.3% to 263
  • The average price per square foot for sold homes up 4% to $261
  • The average days on market down 5.3% to 90
  • The sold/original listing price difference is unchanged at 98%
  • The average active price is up 4.9% to $686,000
  • The average sold price is up 9.2% to $544,000
  • The months of inventory
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Real Estate Trends in Bend, Redmond, Sunriver and Prineville

Bend Oregon Real Estate TrendsWe focus a lot on the real estate market trends for Bend and Redmond, but Central Oregon also encompasses many other towns and areas, all with their own charm and unique lifestyle. Housing prices and types of homes vary in these towns and it is interesting to see how each community compares with the next. While Bend has seen the bulk of growth over the last 3 years, Redmond was the fastest growing town in Central Oregon in the second quarter 2019 according to the multiple listing service. Sunriver, Central Oregon's most known resort community, has maintained a relatively stable real estate market over the last 3 years, and Prineville, one of the most hard hit towns during the recession, is

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How High Can Bend Real Estate Prices Go?

Bend Oregon Real Estate

The April 2019 sales figures for Bend single family homes on less than an acre are out and the results are dramatic. While new home sales surged in April, following a seasonal trend with 252 pending sales, the numbers of homes available and those closed in April are definitely down. And while prices continue to climb, the average days on market are also up. The following compared April 2018 with April 2019 for Bend single family homes on less than an acre:

  • Homes for sale down 13.5% to 397
  • Homes sold down 10.2% to 177
  • Homes pended down .4% to 252
  • Average active price up 6.8% to $694,000
  • Average sold price up 12.4% to $552,000
  • Average price per sq ft up 8.9% to $258
  • Average days on
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Bend Oregon Real Estate - What's Up with Bend Luxury Homes?

Bend Oregon Luxury Homes

Bend's high end home market is growing.  There is demand for homes in the million dollar plus category that was unheard of just a few years ago.  The number of Bend luxury home sales is up while inventory levels are down, and with prices continuing to increase, this trend does not appear to be stopping anytime soon.  The following information includes data from the last 3 years with each bar reflecting 12 months.

Bend Oregon Luxury Homes

As you can see, the number of homes sold over a million dollars has trended upwards over the past 3 years. Even those homes priced over $2,000,000 have increasing sales.  And while sales are increasing, inventory levels are dropping.

Bend Oregon Luxury Home Inventory

How Do Luxury Home Sales Impact

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Bend FamiliesWhat's in the BPRE March Newsletter?

  • Can Bend Families Afford to Live in Bend?
  • How is the Bend Real Estate Market Changing?
  • Commercial Real Estate Market Update.
  • Important Lessons and Tips to Know.
  • Protecting the Equity of Your Home.
  • Boosting Curb Appeal can do Wonders for a Sale!
  • And much more...

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Bend Real Estate Market Changing

Bend Real EstateFebruary 2019 had the most dramatic change to the Bend Real Estate market that we have seen in many years. Sales dramatically declined while prices increased, although at a reduced rate than we have experienced over the past few years.  It appears that the trends we started to see the second half of 2018 are continuing.

When February 2019 is compared with February 2018, the data for Bend single family residential sales on less than an acre are as follows:

  • Numbers for sale down 6.6% to 398
  • Numbers sold down 36% to 105
  • Numbers pended down 17% to 151
  • Average price per square foot up 2.9% to $248
  • Average days on market unchanged
  • Sold/Original listing price different down 1% to 96%
  • Average active
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Bend Premier Real Estate Announces Two New Brokers

Kacey TaylorKacey Taylor

Born and raised in Oregon, Kacey has a deep love for everything that this wild state has to offer. She and her family moved to Bend in 2012 to be closer to all of the things that they love to do in the outdoors. Kacey is a people-person through and through - and she thrives on helping her clients navigate every detail of the most important and exciting purchase of their lives. She loves to build long-lasting relationships, and to play matchmaker between people and place. And if you need an insider tip on anything from best food cart to favorite Nordic trail - she's your go-to!

Kacey has worked with other real estate companies over the years (both boutique and national), but she's truly

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