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Bend is unique, in that we're on the break of the Cascade Mountains and the high desert. So we have lush forest on the west side and sage brush and desert on the east side. The subdivisions reflect this. If you want to be in the pine trees, you'll want to stay west of Pilot Butte. The different neighborhoods throughout the city vary in price as well. People are amazed at how you can cross a street into the next subdivision and the prices either go up or drop substantial. The westside of Bend is typically the most expensive side of town, as you're closer to most of the recreation, shopping, dining, and downtown. Buyers like the westside as many homes are walking distance to breweries, entertainment, recreation, and downtown.
Most newer subdivisions are going to have CC&R's (Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, or rules for the subdivision), but not all have HOA's (home owners associations) and the fees associated with HOA's. HOA's are usually found in neighborhoods that have common area, pools, clubhouses, private streets, etc. Condos almost always have HOA fees. HOA fees are developed to maintain the common properties like plowing snow from streets, keeping up the pools, maintaining fencing, rebuilding roads, etc. HOA's can range from a few bucks a month, to several hundred dollars a month depending on the subdivision.
If you'd like to learn more about any of these Bend area neighborhoods, please contact Dylan Darling online or call (541) 419-1448 to consult an experienced Bend real estate professional.
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