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New Homes Sales Surge

Median sales price up 11.7% Nationwide

 

Marketwatch Sales of new single-family homes in the U.S. rose 5.7% in September to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 389,000, the highest pace since April 2010, when the first-time homebuyer tax credit was initially due to expire, the Commerce Department said.

“Though the level of new-home sales remains very low, this report adds to the evidence of housing market recovery,” said analysts at RDQ Economics.

The government revised down the sales pace in August to 368,000 from a prior estimate of 373,000.

Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected new-home sales in September to rise to an annual rate of 387,000, given recent gains in other housing-market data, such as confidence...

The Bratton Report - Bend, Oregon

 

Just in... The Bratton Report for Central Oregon

October 2012. View the latest market update on the Central Oregon real estate market here on http://www.BendRealEstate.com . Click on link below to learn more about the local homes for sale and homes sold trend, while viewing charts, graphs & statistics on what is happening in todays everchanging Bend Real Estate landscape. through September of 2012. (Hint, It's all good news for local property owners).

Have a question on the data? We know Bend Real Estate! Call (541)280-2363 or email greg@BendRealEstate.com to ask a local expert about a home purchase or sale in Deschutes County. The Hasson Company Realtors and Greg Broderick, the Sign of Experience. ...

Listings of Homes For Sale Drop, As Housing Market Recovers

 

Housing Inventory Down...

The number of homes listed for sale in the U.S. fell 18 percent last month from a year earlier, and the time they stayed on the market dropped 11 percent, signs of a strengthening housing market, according to Realtor.com data. You can watch a video about the recovery here

There were 1.8 million homes for sale in September, down from 2.2 million a year earlier and more than 40 percent below the September 2007 peak of 3.1 million, according to the National Association of Realtors’ website. Properties on the market last month had been listed for an average of 95 days, down from 107 days a year earlier, Realtor.com said today.

"The real estate recovery is well on its way in Bend, Oregon. The home buyers...

Your Bend Home For Sale - Does it need a white picket fence?

Great First Impressions. Your Homes Curb Appeal.

Many of us grew up hoping we'd one day own the perfect American suburban dream, a home with a white picket fence. And, there is a certain charm and warmth that comes with a house lined with pickets. However, when you look at fencing today and the options available for your home, there is a lot more to choose from and so you can and should shop around! First of all your fencing should be determined by your lifestyle needs and surrounding area. Are you located on a sprawling ranch or nestled between lofts in the city? Your fencing may need to be dictated by those factors, in part. Do you have a need to keep animals in or out? If so, special electric dog fencing, a solid wall or deer fencing may be essential for your home. You can learn more about selling your home by increasing your curb appeal ...