Bend Oregon Real Estate is the west coast’s best kept secret, with its wide selection of styles, acreages, and sizes to suit any budget or lifestyle.

Bend Oregon real estate, from Madras in the north to La Pine in the south, offers the most affordable housing; while Sisters, Bend, and Sunriver take top honor for the most expensive. With comparative values, Prineville and Redmond have been extremely popular communities to build new homes in recent years.

The geographical climate for central Oregon is predominately High Desert. Summer temperatures range from an average high of 85 degrees Fahrenheit to a low of 44 degrees Fahrenheit. Average highs in winter are in the 40′s to lows in the 20′s. Precipitation ranges from 10.5 to 12.04 inches, annually. Every community in Central Oregon has its own variations of temperature and precipitation, relative to its elevation and proximity to the mountains.

Bend Oregon real estate has become increasingly popular since the economy changed from wood products to tourism. And now, it finds itself changing again to high tech, manufacturing, health care, and professional services. Businesses are looking for highly qualified individuals.

Because of its fast growth, Bend is no longer considered rural. The present population is over 55,000 and the growth isn’t anticipated to peak anytime soon. Even though it’s no longer rural, it isn’t a large urban center either. Bend has unsurpassed outdoor recreational opportunities, but still lacks some large city cultural and shopping amenities.

Financial contracts can be very confusing. Before signing yourself to a major long term Bend Oregon real estate commitment have an attorney, familiar with financing and taxes, examine and explain the details (where the Devil is). A good tax finance attorney can save you many times his fee over the years, not to mention possible legal problems.

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