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Cheri Smith & Molly Brundage, Total Property Resources

Cheri Smith & Molly Brundage

Real Estate Brokers
Total Property Resources
547 Southwest 13th Street Suite 201
Bend, OR 97702

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It may seem that homebuyers and sellers don't agree on much, but they share one important concern: that the transaction is successful. This comradery...
August 03, 2016
Category: Selling
It may seem that homebuyers and sellers don't agree on much, but they share one important concern that the transaction is successful. This comradery...
June 15, 2016
Category: Home Improvement


Welcome to our Bend Oregon Neighborhood Guide, where you'll find information about many of the most popular Bend neighborhoods. To start off, let's take a quick tour of Bend. 

When talking about Bend, Oregon you’ll often hear people talk about the west side or the east side with Hwy 97 being the dividing line. The west side of Bend (particularly NW Bend) is trendier and more desirable to most people. On the west side you’ll find downtown, the Old Mill District, the Deschutes River, COCChiking and biking trails, and lots of restaurants and local shops. The climate is also a bit different from east side to west side. The west side has lots of Ponderosa pine trees because it’s closer to the national forest while the east side has more juniper trees and more of a high desert feel. As you probably already guessed, because the west side is more desirable it’s also more expensive. The median home price for NW Bend in 2015 was nearly $500,000.

One thing to remember is that many east side neighborhoods are still very close to the west side amenities. Ask anyone in Bend how far something is and you’ll probably hear “about 10-15 minutes.” Homes on the east side are generally more affordable and offer larger lots, including some small farms and ranches. The median home price on the east side is $275,000. St. Charles Medical Center is located on the east side so it’s a natural fit if you want to be close to medical services. The east side is also home to Bend Factory OutletsBend River Promenade, and The Forum shopping center where Costco, Barnes & Noble, Pier 1, Whole Foods, and Old Navy reside. The east side has its own recreational opportunities like Juniper Swim & Fitness Center, the Badlands Wilderness AreaPilot Butte State Park, and the brand new Pine Nursery Park. The east side now has its very own brewery, Worthy Brewing Company.

No matter which side of town you live on, Bend is a wonderful place to call home. It still has a small town feel but seems to have everything you need in the way of amenities and recreation and we think you’ll find that the people are friendly and welcoming.

You can do an MLS search for homes available in any of the neighborhoods below directly from our website, or contact us for help setting up an automated search.


Bend Neighborhood Guide