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Eugene Real Estate Market

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Eugene, Oregon Real Estate Market Report – November, 2021

Through most of the summer and fall, Eugene’s residential inventory had mostly remained flat at a quite low 0.8 months. In November, though, new listings fell by 34% month-over-month while pending sales dropped by only 8%. As a result, Eugene’s inventory dropped to 0.6 months, tying the record low that we saw in the spring. …

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In Eugene’s Affordable Housing Crisis, Where’s the Missing Middle?

There’s a shortage of affordable housing in and around Eugene. If you’ve been keeping up to speed with our articles on Eugene’s housing market, this will not be news. The lower end of Eugene’s market is tight and getting tighter. (You can start with our third-quarter market report for Eugene or our Tips for Home …

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Is the Bend, Oregon Real Estate Bubble Fact or Fiction?

We’re sure you’re familiar with the common saying “What goes up must come down.” Housing markets, the common wisdom goes, can be pretty volatile. They might spend years inflating, inflating, inflating–and then all of a sudden, when all the conditions are right, the housing price bubble pops, leaving a big wreck behind. That, of course, …

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What the Coronavirus will mean for Oregon’s Real Estate Markets

If there was any doubt since the first cases of COVID-19 were reported late last year, it’s finally becoming crystal-clear: Coronavirus is a big deal. But the question needs to be asked: is Coronavirus a big deal for Oregon’s real estate markets? Much is still uncertain, of course. A lot will hinge on just how …

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Eugene Needs to Get its Act Together on Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)

On July 1, Oregon Senate Bill 1051 quietly went into effect. Cities across the state now must take steps to help homeowners build ADUs–Accessory Dwelling Units, sometimes called tiny homes–on their lots. Eugene apparently didn’t get the memo. Homeowners looking for a lucrative income stream and renters struggling to find housing in Eugene’s tight market …

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August 2021 Real Estate Market Report for Bend & Eugene, Oregon

The numbers for August 2021 are in, and they paint a clear picture. Bend’s market is finally getting less frenzied, with prices dropping some amount from the record highs we saw just a month ago. On the other side of the mountains in Eugene, things are just about as tight as ever but prices are …

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The Eugene Housing Market Demystified: Our 2019 Real Estate Forecast

Thinking of buying or selling a home in Eugene anytime soon? Then you’re probably doing your best to figure out: what the heck is going on with Eugene’s real estate market? Of course, we’re well into 2020 now, so you’re probably looking for the very latest picture of what’s going on in Eugene’s market. We’ve …

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July 2021 Real Estate Market Report for Bend and Eugene

You may have seen headlines recently that the “housing boom is over” nationwide. Inventory in Bend and Eugene reached their lowest points in the spring, and it’s been climbing steadily since. At the same time, prices are also climbing, especially in Bend. Why? Well, inventory is still really, really low in both Bend and Eugene. …

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Why Moving to Springfield, Oregon Might be Right for You

Sure, Portland, Eugene and Bend get most of the buzz. But if you’re relocating to Oregon, Springfield could be a solid choice. If you’ve landed on this article, chances are decent that you’ve at least considered moving here. While our offices are based in Eugene (with another office in Bend), we’ve always done business in Springfield. …

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Are Eugene and Bend, Oregon in a Real Estate Bubble?

It isn’t news that home values are soaring in Bend and Eugene, Oregon. That’s the case across most of the country due to an unprecedented combination of factors – record-low interest rates, a nationwide lumber shortage, and pandemic-related inventory declines to name just a few. The question, though, is whether current prices are sustainable or …

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April 2021 Bend & Eugene Real Estate Market Report

The warm season is just starting in earnest in Bend and Eugene, and that means the traditional home buying season is here too. Last April, of course, things were anything but normal, as anxiety swirled around COVID-19 and both buyers and sellers put their real estate plans on hold. Even though the pandemic isn’t yet …

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March 2021 Real Estate Market Report for Bend and Eugene, Oregon

Spring is finally here – but where are all the homes? That’s the question Bend and Eugene buyers at most price points are asking right now, with inventory still at a low, low, low 0.6 months in both markets. There were certainly more new listings in March compared to February of this year, especially in …

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How COVID-19 is Impacting Bend and Eugene’s Real Estate Markets

There’s no beating around the bush: the novel Coronavirus is the story of the first quarter of 2020. It’s obviously the number one factor affecting the real estate market right now in Oregon and elsewhere. The time will certainly come to survey the human and economic impact and assess where we go from here. That …

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3rd Quarter 2020 Market Report for Eugene and Bend, Oregon

Summer is over, and the 3rd Quarter numbers for Bend and Eugene’s real estate markets are in. The verdict? To start, buyer activity is on the up-and-up and prices are rising, particularly in Bend. It’s also important, though, to contextualize the general direction of Bend and Eugene’s markets within the larger picture of an unfolding …

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Featured Eugene Properties: 2676 Friendly St. and 2180 Friendly St.

We know: you just want to hear about our properties. Feel free to scroll down. But for those who aren’t so familiar with Eugene (maybe you’re looking to relocate from out of state), let’s take a brief tour of the Friendly neighborhood. Each of Eugene’s twenty neighborhoods has its own unique charms. But the neighborhood we’ve seen …

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