Sandy, OR Homes & Rural Acreage
Inventory is falling, average days on market is increasing and interest from well-qualified buyers is also falling. Taken together, this shows that the market for Sandy, Oregon residential properties and rural equestrian acreage may be preparing to settle somewhat. On the other hand, if inventory continues to fall it may bolster the market by applying an upward pricing pressure. The lion’s share of buying activity is taking place in the lowest price bracket with lot sizes usually below 1/4th acre. Homes and land in the upper price bracket for Sandy are on 2.5 to 5 acre lots and currently show an average of 184 days on market to sell. Horse properties and farms featuring nursery stock are generally in the top bracket but may fall into the upper/second tier if repairs or other issues arise.
Molalla, Oregon Horse Property For Sale
Residential properties for sale in Molalla, Oregon are at an average asking price of $320,536. Horse properties, farms and acreage are generally in the upper price brackets for the area with asking price often dependent on lot size, improvements (home, barns, outbuildings, crops) and of course location. While recent data shows that the supply of available land and equestrian acreage is dropping the average Days On Market is also increasing; and, although we can’t predict the future these signs can be relatively negative indicators.
Beavercreek, Oregon Property Report
Average asking price for residential listings in Beavercreek, OR is $470,713 with a comparatively high average days on market of 201 days. Demand from well-qualified buyers is low while asking price per square foot is dropping in step. Properties in the top tier of pricing feature an average of 10-20 acres for lot size with 2,664 sq ft being the average for homes in the top tier. Many listings in this are are horse properties with amenities such as in-door riding arenas, stables, pastures and outbuildings for storage. Upper-second tier properties for sale are generally between 5-10 acres and feature large updated homes and seem to be selling quite well with an average of only 107 days on market. Plenty of horse properties are currently available in and around Beavercreek, Oregon which may tip the scales in the buyer’s favor.