Real Estate Market Trends: November 2022
The Central Oregon Snow has arrived and winter is officially in full swing. Mt. Bachelor is open, there is 4 inches of fresh snow in Bend and the winter wonderland we all love is bustling. The cooler temperatures haven’t changed the course of the the local market too much from the previous month’s activities. Our housing market pretty active amongst the changing interest rates and other economic factors. Bend and surrounding areas remain highly desirable areas to move to. With the off season, November saw a typical decrease in homes on the market for Bend and Redmond, Oregon. The continual fluctuations of the mortgage industry has has ensued price reductions across most properties. The residential statistics for Bend & Redmond did only see a small decline in average list price to sale price and absolutely no movement for days on market. The unmatched draw of Central Oregon continues to drive the steady home prices and activity and inventory catching up with demand. Entering the new year, 2023 home buying and selling, we are seeing the annual slowing in activity.
Bend Market Report >>
Bend being the mount Bachelor and outdoor hub continues to be one the most desirable places to live in country. Everything that Central Oregon has to offer is just uncanny and even closer. Bend proper and surrounding areas remain a very desirable place for buyers. November saw a bit of economic and seasonal slowing consistent with the time of year. The average list price continues to soften a bit with interest rates being twice as high from this time last year, yet buyers are still itching to live in Bend and sale price was a stellar 98% of asking. The average home isn’t lasting long in the Bend market as they’re still selling within a four to six week time frame!
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Redmond Market Report >>
The inventory for Redmond saw a small decline in active listings, homes sold and sale price. While it didn’t not decline much, we are still seeing historical highs for the area. The ebbs and flows of Redmond grew slightly than we are seeing in Bend. The average sale price was 96.9% which possibly offset the smaller decline in list price. The area’s land and acreage market saw a consistent reduction following suite with the previous months as material costs, availability, and more rises in interest rates continue to be a concern. Be sure to download Redmond’s complete report above.
With 2023 around the corner, the Central Oregon market is still seeing a fairly quick-paced buying and selling of homes overall. Buyers, both local and from out of town, and sellers in town are looking for the opportunity to make the Central Oregon dream happen. Fortunately, with exceptional customer service, we’ve been a local choice for 55 years. If you are considering selling your home or buying one here, we encourage you to consult with our trusted Duke Warner Broker for local, expert advice. Sharing their experiences, knowledge and excitement, our brokers know how to price properties according to the market trends and current housing competition. Better yet, they know how to sell them!
Looking to 2023
The snow and cold nights here to stay for awhile, the Central Oregon market is still statistically brimming with activity from previous years. As we move into the heart of winter for the real estate market, our team is here to help you with any of your real estate needs. If you’re looking buy a home and or sell your home, trust our 55 years of experience! Since 1967, we’ve been fortunate enough to assist others live the Central Oregon dream through real estate. Our team of expert Brokers to guide you on what ever real estate path you choose. Give us a call (541) 382-8262 or send an email at email@example.com to get the processed to started!