Monthly Archives: June 2008

How walkable is your neighborhood?

Walkability has always been an important criteria for many home buyers. Many people like being able to walk downtown (and stumble home), to the movies, the concerts at Les Schwab Amphitheatre, and coffee shops and restaurants. In Bend, that generally means you have to be close to downtown or the Old Mill District. Many of […]

May Real Estate Statistics

I have to admit I was disappointed to see that there was virtually no change in the number of home sales from April to May. And since I’m busy and not feeling very witty, I’ll leave it at that.    Active Pending Sold      May 2132 193 115      April 2003 201 102      March 2009 […]

Mirada Subdivision – New Homes From $169,900

My office is listing a new subdivision in NE Bend called Mirada. The neighborhood will be located at Butler Market Rd. and Eagle Rd. and will have 256 homes priced from $169,900 – $234,900. There will be a small homeowners association fee for upkeep of the grass medians and entrance signs. There are a few builders offering new homes in this price range and […]

Modern is Not a Crime

I have a confession to make. I love Modern architecture. For some reason, modern is not very popular in Bend. That’s not to say you can’t find it in Bend, but most of the modern homes in Bend are currently For Sale. They were either built as spec homes that aren’t selling or were custom […]