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By Barb England, Real Estate Professional
(Arizona Seller Financing)
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Now is chance to own your own well established Real Estate with over 90 active listings in the historic gold country of the Blue Mountains of beautiful Eastern Oregon.  Sumpter Oregon - Recreational paradise with fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, 4-wheeling, hiking, horseback riding and lets forget GOLD!  This is the major office for listing gold mines.   Rustic Realty Inc has been is business for over 13 years and is very well established in the northwest territory of Oregon, Washington and Idaho.  Check out the website www.RusticRealtyInc.biz to view over 90 current listings.  Located on the main street.  The price includes the building on a 47' X 100' corner lot, 10' x 16' storage building, built in 2004, set up for 5 computer phone station, just bring your license and go to work!  Own...
By Team Rudi
(Nelson Real Estate, Inc.)
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Below is a link to the listed Baker City real estate that has sold and closed in the past week. These properties have had the deeds recorded, so the information is public. Information used in the report was provided by the Baker County Board of Realtors and Paragon FNIS multiple listing service. If you have any questions on any of the properties, please contact us at Blomailto:Blog@TeamRudi.com.Click Here: Baker City Real Estate Sold Report April 2 to April 8 2007
By Team Rudi
(Nelson Real Estate, Inc.)
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It may have seemed like a slow weekend for Baker City real estate. The Easter holiday and rainy weather should have kept people inside. However, evidence shows that buyers were in their cars. Many sellers say that there was a lot of drive-by activity. Agents report that Saturday was especially active with several showings. The expectations are that the market will become even more active in the next few weeks. Inventory is still tight, but properties are continuing to come on the market. Keep checking here for updates. We'll be starting a new feature in the next few weeks that will keep you updated on Baker County market conditions better than ever before. Stay tuned...
By Team Rudi
(Nelson Real Estate, Inc.)
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Below is a link to the listed Baker City real estate that has sold and closed in the past week. These properties have had the deeds recorded, so the information is public. Information used in the report was provided by the Baker County Board of Realtors and Paragon FNIS multiple listing service. If you have any questions on any of the properties, please contact us at Blog@TeamRudi.com.Click Here: Baker City Real Estate Sold Report March 26 to April 1 2007Coming in the next couple of days: Sold Report for March 2007
By Team Rudi
(Nelson Real Estate, Inc.)
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Baker City real estate took a little breather over the weekend. Still some showing activity, but less than the previous few weekends. Could be the weather, which was rainy and windy in the afternoon, or the fact that it was the last weekend of Spring Break, or some other reason that nobody knows about. Consensus is that this may be the lull before the storm. The thought is that next weekend, Easter weekend, may be slow, but that activity will grow sharply after that. We'll see and, as always, report back right here.
By Team Rudi
(Nelson Real Estate, Inc.)
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Below is a link to the listed Baker City real estate that has sold and closed in the past week. These properties have had the deeds recorded, so the information is public. Information used in the report was provided by the Baker County Board of Realtors and Paragon FNIS multiple listing service. If you have any questions on any of the properties, please contact us at Blog@TeamRudi.comClick Here: Baker City Real Estate Sold Report March 19 to 25 2007
By Team Rudi
(Nelson Real Estate, Inc.)
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Another stellar weekend for Baker City real estate. Again, properties under $150,000 are going fast. However, pricing is still a concern, with a few houses in that price range taking a while to sell. Mainly, the two factors that are affecting those homes are condition and price. Even though there is a severe shortage of listings, buyers are showing some constraint, opting to wait rather than make a poor buying decision.There is still concern over the high demand vs. what a home will appraise for. Homes that are listed at what might seem like a bargain, and sell within a matter of days (or even hours) still have to appraise, and with a shortage of listings and comparable sales over the past six months, that is proving a challenge.Two open houses were held this weekend. Mary Jo Grove repo...
By Team Rudi
(Nelson Real Estate, Inc.)
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Welcome to the Baker City Real Estate Blog! This is the place to talk about real estate in Baker City, Baker County, Haines, Sumpter, Richland, Halfway, and North Powder, Oregon. This Blog is powered by Team Rudi, but is open to anybody wanting to discuss any real estate topic on the National, Oregon, Eastern Oregon, Baker County, and Baker City level.Stay tuned for updated market information, housing trends, housing and economic development, stories, pictures and all around great information concerning real estate in our community.

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