Located at the edge of Bend on the west side, Shevlin Commons consists of 66 homesites on a 76 acre parcel bordering Tumalo Creek and Shevlin Park, an outdoor mecca for mountain biking, hiking and trail running, and cross-country skiing. With panoramic views of the Cascade Mountain Range and Shevlin Park in your backyard, Shevlin […]
I have helped numerous buyers identify and purchase homes that would make profitable vacation rentals in Bend. Bend has a lot of tourists and for many of them, renting a house is preferable to staying in a hotel. It’s much easier to bring and store bikes, kayaks, and skis when you’re staying in a house, […]
By Cheri Smith BEND – One of the things I love about living and working in the Bend Oregon Real Estate Market is the huge variety of great neighborhoods to choose from including Awbrey Butte, an excellent west side neighborhood which offers plenty of great homes for people who are planning on relocating or […]
The 9.28 acre gated horse property borders BLM land and enjoys gorgeous Cascade Mountain views, direct access to mountain biking and equestrian trails, a swimming pond with sandy beach, enviable fenced pastures with automated underground sprinklers, and a horse loafing shed/hay storage area.
POSTED: 12:03 PM PDT July 8, 2014 by KTVZ.com BEND, Ore. – The Downtown Bend Business Association announces record occupancy for 2nd quarter of 2014. For the second straight quarter a record was broken. The highest leasing rate in five years was set at the end of the quarter as 98% of the available spaces are occupied. The occupancy rate is […]
Bend, Oregon Home Prices in Q2 2014 At the end of June 2014, there were 643 single-family homes for sale, 407 pending sales, and 1013 homes sold. Although inventory is still relatively low when compared to the nearly 1800 homes for sale in 2008, the number of homes on the market has increased 37.98% over […]
REO inventory rose across the nation in 46 states, with Idaho leading from a near doubling of their available inventory as REO. Maryland came in second, which saw a 78 percent increase, followed by Nevada (70 percent), Oregon (47 percent), and North Dakota (42 percent).