Brick House Property Management is now offering full service relocation services at a flat rate of $600. We understand moving is stressful and we’re here to make the process easier for you.
Right now the real estate market is BOOMING in Bend. It is the sixth fastest growing city in the nation according to the 2017 U.S. Census Bureau. Bend is home to much more than ski resorts and hiking trails. The city of Bend provides a unique landscape of forests transitioning to the high desert. Many visit for its craft microbreweries and recreational activities, although many choose to stay and call this place their home. Bend provides unique real estate opportunities. You can have a house on the the river overlooking the Cascade mountain range or a cabin in the Deschutes National Forest.
It can be difficult to find a rental home in Bend. The vacancy rate hovers just below 2% for rentals while the population has continued to steadily grow by nearly 5% each year since 2016. More than a third of people that live in Bend rent. This number is expected to increase as homeownership is at a record low.
Whether you’re moving from out of the county, out of state, or from elsewhere in Oregon, Brick House Property Management will provide you with a comprehensive game plan to make sure your move is smooth and easy. We’ll explain the moving process step-by-step and give you a competitive advantage in assisting you with finding housing options. Our agents are Oregon natives from both the Portland metro area and Bend and its surrounding areas. We provide in-person viewings, video walkthroughs, and high quality photos of our properties. If you don’t see a home that you’re looking for on our site (click here to view available homes), we will find the perfect one for you. We will guide you through the financials and rental application process for both long term and short term rentals.
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Read our Welcome To Bend Infographic for more information about one of the most beautiful cities in America.
Oregon, particularly Central Oregon in the High Desert, hosts vast populations of deer. If you live in Bend, Redmond, or even parts of Hillsboro and Portland, it’s not uncommon to have deer in your backyard. They may be attracted to your garden, fruit trees, berry bushes, or even your compost pile! It’s important to remember that even though bambi and friends are absolutely adorable, they are still wild animals and they should remain that way. It is not in your best interest or the deers to be feeding them.
Many states and communities across the country have restrictions or have outlawed feeding deer. Depending on what you feed them, deer may actually be harmed by your feeding. Some foods will kill them within a few days or debilitate them enough to be easy targets for predators and automobiles. While other foods we feed them can cause deer-to-deer transmission of diseases where their digestive system can be severely altered causing eventual dehydration and at worst, death.
Feeding is a way of domesticating deer. Tame deer create a host of other problems. Because they no longer fear people, they become vulnerable to hunters. They are emboldened to eat the shrubs in your vicinity. They will bring more deer into your yard and more deer ticks. And, concentrations of deer attract coyotes and wolves—who will kill your pets along with the deer. But perhaps, one of the most important factors to consider is that the concentration of deer feeding and consequently, deer traffic in one area can wreak havoc on the local habitat.
Deer adapt very easily to people, but they don’t need to be fed by them. They survive fine on their own. Better, in fact. Usually the weather controls deer populations, but deer fed by people increase regardless of the weather. This can lead to overpopulation and disease.
Deer browsing in the back yard may be charming, but Lyme disease and road kill are not. Please don’t feed the deer; let nature do its job and enjoy their beauty from afar.
If you have questions about your area and feeding deer, visit the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife webpage here or contact your local field office at 800-720-ODFW.
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Do you have real estate in Central Oregon? As property values continue to increase, some people are surprised about which city was named one of the fastest growing in the nation! Bend, Oregon is home to much more than ski resorts and hiking trails. Saddled along the Deschutes River and the Cascade Range, the city of Bend offers a unique landscape of forests transitioning to high desert. While some folks visit Bend for its microbreweries and recreational activities, many choose to stay and make this a place to call home. Whether you’re raising your family here or exploring the National Forest or Lava Caves, Bend holds numerous investment opportunities for those adventurous enough to be in one of the three only cities in the U.S. that has an extinct volcano in its city limits.