Sales volume in April was down across the three markets. This is likely a result of the rising interest rates, as buyers reevaluate the higher cost of home ownership.

Median Prices were eye-popping in Sunriver at $1,065,000, while Redmond was modestly higher, and Bend was flat. Days on Market inched up in Redmond and Sunriver with Bend still stubbornly low at just 4 days. Months Inventory hit one month in Bend (which we haven’t seen since October of last year), while Redmond increased as well, and Sunriver stayed stagnant at a paltry 0.13 of a month.

The market is definitely shifting. We’re seeing listings take longer to sell, an increase in price reductions, and fewer multiple offer situations. I expect this trend to continue in the near term, as the various market forces ebb and flow seeking the new equilibrium.

Feel free to give us a call if you have questions about the market, especially if you’re considering a change to your real estate holdings.

– Ken and Molly

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April 2022 Statistics


Data summarized from – The Beacon Report