Monthly Archives: September 2012

New State Website Offers Help for Homeowners

By Tim Doran / The Bulletin Published: September 20. 2012 4:00AM PST Homeowners dealing with foreclosure can find information and help from a new state website, oregonhomeownersupport.gov, the state announced Wednesday. Funded by money Oregon received in a settlement with the nation’s five largest mortgage servicers, Oregon Homeowner Support serves as a hub, providing a variety of foreclosure information at […]

Bend, Oregon Real Estate Statistics August 2012

Here are the Bend real estate market statistics for August 2012. There are currently 639 homes for sale, 68 contingent sales, and 446 pending sales. Of the homes currently on the market, only 38 are short sales and only 15 are bank owned. That is amazing to me. 91.7% of the homes for sale are traditional […]

Oregon Sees Increase in Judicial Foreclosures

From OregonBusiness.com, Thursday, 13 September 2012 by Linda Baker Until recently, the vast majority of foreclosures in Oregon have been non-judicial foreclosures, which take place out of court and are generally considered to be a cheaper and more streamlined option than going through the courts. But two changes to the foreclosure process have triggered what John Helmick, […]

Newport Landing – For Real This Time

The Newport Landing subdivision has had some ups and downs over the years, but mostly downs. It started as a subdivision made up exclusively of modern homes. They built a very nice model home but that’s as far as it went. Nothing sold and the subdivision consisted of one model home and lots and lots […]