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Central Oregon RELOCATION GUIDE

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Table of Contents 4

Central Oregon Introduction

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Reasons to Move to Central Oregon

8 Communities 9

Real Estate Snapshot

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Demographics

13 Education 18

Recreation

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Our Company

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Relocation Services

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Office Locations

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Central Oregon CENTRAL OREGON IS A LIFESTYLE CHOICE, OFFERING YEAR-ROUND RECREATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES. For most new residents, Central Oregon is a lifestyle choice, offering year-round recreational opportunities and world-class amenities, all with the benefits of small-town living. The region consists of Deschutes, Jefferson and Crook counties, with a combined population of approximately 235,250. Deschutes is the largest of the three counties, and Bend is the hub and most populous city in the region. Central Oregon is surrounded by natural beauty to be enjoyed during every season. With the Cascade Mountain Range to the west, the smaller Ochoco Mountains to the east, and the Deschutes and Columbia rivers meandering through the region, it’s no wonder that recreation is king here. The region boasts more than 30 golf courses, whitewater rafting, world-class fly-fishing, more than 1,000 climbing routes, 3,600 skiable acres at Mt. Bachelor and another ski destination at Hoodoo in Sisters, along with 1,200 miles of narrow dirt mountain bike trails (or singletrack), which double as snowshoeing and nordic skiing trails in the winter. Other options include paddleboarding, kayaking, and canoeing on one of the 40 lakes in the region, hiking, camping, horseback riding or exploring thousands of acres of parks. Locally owned boutiques, wine shops, coffeehouses and restaurants line the streets of each Central Oregon town, all boasting unique personalities. Living on the land in Central Oregon could be living the rural lifestyle, having room to breathe and property to roam. It could be a place to raise your family or to pursue the dream of raising horses, cattle, llamas or the increasingly popular alpacas. In Oregon and Southwest Washington, land is abundant and temperatures are ripe for gardening and organic growing. In recent years, people with energy and ideas have discovered Central Oregon for a number of business-related reasons. The tech industry is booming, the medical field is drawing world-class care providers from all over the world, the outdoor recreation sector has experienced tremendous growth and the overall health of the entrepreneur is visible everywhere.

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7 Reasons to Move to Central Oregon 1. ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION Whether you are interested in water sports, climbing, mountain biking, or hiking, Central Oregon has it all. Just want to explore? Check out Central Oregon's varied landscapes by hiking the Newberry Lava Caves, taking in the high desert mountains at Smith Rock State Park, or enjoying your favorite winter sport at Mount Bachelor. 2. GREAT WEATHER 300 days of sunshine is almost unheard of but not for Central Oregon! Most of our wet days come in the form of snow in the winter. 3. LIGHT TRAFFIC According to recent U.S. Census Bureau statistics, the average Bend (Central Oregon's most populated city) resident’s commute is still around 15 minutes. 4. LAID BACK ENVIRONMENT WITH FRIENDLY PEOPLE People in Central Oregon understand the balance in working hard and playing hard. It is not uncommon for people to bring their dogs to work and have 'powder days' when Mount Bachelor has had some good snow. There is a strong sense of community and residents of Central Oregon are known to be extremely friendly and welcoming. 5. CRAFT BEER With one brewery for every 9,111 people it is no surprise that Bend has been named "Beer Town USA." People in Central Oregon take their beer seriously. You are sure to find a brewery that fits your beer needs. 6. PARKS Bend has more than 80 local parks throughout the city, which make up 2,600 acres of outdoor space. Each park is beautiful and meticulously well groomed. 7. A GREAT PLACE TO RAISE A FAMILY From the great school systems, multitudes of cultural events and resources, outdoor activities, and low crime rates, Central Oregon is a wonderful place to start and raise a family!

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Central Oregon Communities

BEND

TUMALO

SUNRIVER

SISTERS

Best known for luxury resort living, stunning ranch properties, scenic mountain views, endless hiking and biking trails, winter sports and world-class golf.

Many parcels here are on 20 acres or more, which makes Tumalo a decidedly rural setting, despite the fact that it’s just minutes from Bend.

Located on the Deschutes River this area is just 15 miles south of Bend at the base of the Cascade Range.

This enchanting town offers stunning natural beauty and a wide variety of outdoor adventures and cultural activities that appeal to all interests.

BLACK BUTTE RANCH

REDMOND

TERREBONNE

LA PINE

The awe-inspiring scenery teamed with our abundant year-round recreation is what makes Black Butte such a special place,

One of Oregon’s fastestgrowing residential communities particularly well known for stunning views of The Cascade Range.

An excellent place for those looking for that small-town charm and never ending outdoor recreation.

A small frontier town nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, surrounded by open meadows, lakes and rivers.

PRINEVILLE

POWELL BUTTE

CULVER

MADRAS

While small, the city has enjoyed general prosperity through wood products, tourism and even has some tech influences.

Located west of Prineville and east of Redmond and is an unincorporated community named after the nearby Powell Butte.

The Ochocos on one side and the Deschutes National Forest on the other, Culver offers access to epic hiking, mountain biking, and crosscountry skiing.

Originally named “The Basin” due to the circular valley, its uniquely beautiful landscape is only one of the fascinating features of Madras.

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Wizard Falls Fish Hatchery Lake Billy Chinook

Three Fingered Jack Black Butte

Hoodoo Ski Bowl

Ogden Wayside

Suttle Lake

Smith Rock State Park

SISTERS

Mt. Washington

Redmond

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Prineville

Belknap Springs

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Springfield

Tumalo Falls Broken Top

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Mt. Bachelor Ski Area

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Fort Rock State Park

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Summer Lake

Crater Lake National Park

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Upper Klamath Wildlife Refuge

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2019 MARKET REPORT

Central Oregon Central Oregon includes: Bend, Tetherow, Sunriver, Three Rivers South, Sisters, Redmond, Prineville, Crook County, Jefferson County, Culver, La Pine, Brasada Ranch, Broken Top

ALL RESIDENTIAL

2018

2019

Total Units Sold

6800

6633

167

Total Sold Volume

$2,814,677,116

$2,903,356,234

3%

Median Sales Price

$354,458

$375,000

21k

Average Days on Market

115

114

RESIDENTIAL WITH ACREAGE

2018

2019

Total Units Sold

1349

1332

Total Sold Volume

$620,902,059

$645,248,520

4%

Median Sales Price

$365,000

$394,450

29k

Average Days on Market

133

129

TOWNHOMES & CONDOS

2018

2019

Total Units Sold

481

487

Total Sold Volume

$178,813,708

$187,119,898

5%

Median Sales Price

$321,000

$325,000

4k

Average Days on Market

116

133

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Central Oregon Demographics BEND HAS BEEN AMONG THE 15 FASTEST GROWING CITIES IN THE U.S. FOUR OF THE LAST FIVE YEARS. Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO) publishes a yearly profile that provides a statistical overview of the region. This annual report includes data on the regional economy, with trend information about employment, population, housing prices, utility costs, transportation, climate, largest employers and more. Here are some EDCO highlights: "With over 4.5 million visitors flocking to Central Oregon each year, it proves a great introduction to our region’s culture, lifestyle and a great first impression for businesses. Central Oregon and the Bend-Redmond MSA continually top the nation in population growth. In fact, Bend has been among the 15 fastest growing cities in the U.S. four of the last five years. While our population grows, so does our workforce. We’re cultivating a community that has consciously decided to live here and work towards making our region an even better place to live." Central Oregon Economic Profile | Copyright 2019 EDCO

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FASTEST POPULATION GROWTH IN THE U.S. - U.S. CENSUS, 2018

According to the Deschutes County findings on Percentage of Residents who own Their Homes, around 65% of Deschutes County residents own their homes, which is lower than the percent in Crook County and Jefferson County. Since the 2015 RHA was published, the percentage of residents who own their homes decreased in Crook and Deschutes Counties, but increased in Jefferson County.

Since the 2015 Regional Health Assessment (RHA) was published, the population sizes of Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson Counties have all increased. Of the three Central Oregon counties, Jefferson County was the fastest growing county by percentage.

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Education The GreatSchools Summary Rating provides an overall snapshot of school quality based on how well a school prepares all its students for postsecondary success—be it college or career. The Summary Rating calculation is based on four of the school’s themed ratings (the Test Score Rating, Student or Academic Progress Rating, College Readiness Rating, and Equity Rating) and flags for discipline and attendance disparities at a school. The ratings we display for each school can vary based on data availability or relevance to a school level (for example, high schools will have a College Readiness Rating, but elementary schools will not).* BEND LA PINE SCHOOL DISTRICT 14/30 schools rated 7 or above* SISTERS SCHOOL DISTRICT

2/3 schools rated 7 or above* REDMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT

2/12 schools rated 7 or above* *Source: greatschools.org

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Children's Activities K-12 EDUCATION PROGRAMS AND FIELD TRIPS WITH SUNRIVER NATURE CENTER snco.org Inspiring present and future generations to cherish and understand our natural world! WEEKENDS ROCK! AT JUNIPER SWIM & FITNESS bendparksandrec.org/activities/childcare/weekends-rock KIDS’ NIGHT OUT - 1st & 3rd Saturdays, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Ages: 3 – 11. Kids get JSFC to themselves as they play in the pool, participate in crafts and games, and watch a movie under the supervision of our trained and caring staff. Snacks provided. (Sorry, dinner not included.) Note: Ages 3 – 5 must be potty trained and will enjoy crafts, games, movies and more. Swimming is not included for this group. FREE FAMILY NIGHT - 2nd Saturday, 6:30 – 8:30 pm All ages. Elevate your family get-together to a whole new level of fun! Join in to combine fitness and fun as a family. Beyond craft, games and fitness activities, there are two Pool Play times available. Each guest may choose one of the two swim times: 6:30 – 7:30 pm or 7:30 – 8:30 pm STORY TIME AT DESCHUTES PUBLIC LIBRARY deschuteslibrary.org/kids/programs Featuring a different book every week. Check website for book title, changes to the schedule and other special events. BACKPACK EXPLORERS AT THE HIGH DESERT MUSEUM highdesertmuseum.org/backpack-explorers Children ages 3-5, accompanied by a caregiver, investigate science, art, music, stories, and culture in a fun, hands-on manner. Your little will don a backpack filled with exciting artifacts while journeying through the Museum’s nature trails and exhibits. Foster artistic expression in your little one and take home activities to continue the learning. New themes weekly! KID'S FLAG FOOTBALL AND INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE cascadeindoorsports.com/kids Cascade Indoor Sports offers a great way for your children to stay active during the winter seasons! This is a fun, active, engaging program that doesn't take itself too seriously. After all, sports are about FUN! COSMIC BOWLING AT LAVA LANES lavalanes.com/events Every Fri-Sat 9 pm-midnight SUN MOUNTAIN FUN CENTER sunmountainfun.com/attractions All the facility is dedicated to your fun with your family and friends. Most activities are open during the spring, summer and fall. In the winter, some of the outdoor activities are closed as in Bend, the snow really flies! Bowling, Bumper Cars, Billiards, and Arcade! VECTOR VOLCANO ARCADE (Downtown Bend) vectorvolcanoarcade.com Vector Volcano Classic Arcade is a dedicated arcade with the best classic video arcade and pinball games of the 80's and 90's.

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Area Attractions Central Oregon–a veritable natural playground. If there's one trait most people in the region share, it’s a passion for outdoor recreation. We play hard, and there's no shortage of ways to do so. Yes, skiing, biking, paddling, hiking, horseback riding, and running form the backbone of fun for many in the region, but that’s just the start. The cultural scene is also incredibly vibrant, with film and musical festivals, art galleries, farmers’ markets, and exceptional fare for foodies from all over. And, of course, there's craft beer: 33 craft breweries dot the Central Oregon landscape. Rock climbers enjoy world-class routes at Smith Rock. Fly-fishermen are spoiled by gorgeous stretches of lakes and rivers. Hikers can find secluded mountain waterfalls with ease. Mountain bikers hit trails that vary from casual to nerve-wracking. Hunters can find elk and deer, during the right season. Golfers take swings on any of 30 local golf courses. ATTRACTIONS TO GET YOU STARTED High Desert Museum Growler Fill Stations Sisters Quilt Show Sisters Folk Festival

Bend Farmers’ Market Les Schwab Amphitheater Sisters Rodeo Crooked River Roundup

First Friday Art Walk Sunriver Movie Nights Redmond Farmers’ Market WinterFest

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Summer Activities There is no shortage of outdoor recreation during the summer months in Central Oregon! Try your hand at mountain biking at Phil's trailhead, floating down the Deschutes River, fly fishing along a stream, or hiking on one of the many trails located in the Deschutes National Forest or the Three Sisters Wilderness Area. Temperatures can reach into the 90's so be sure to bring exta water and protection against the sun! SUMMER ACTIVITIES IN CENTRAL OREGON Mountain Biking Float the Deschutes River Kayaking

Camping Hiking Trail Running

White Water Rafting Swimming Backpacking

Winter Activities Snow. We’ve got that too—and in all the right places. The mountains surrounding Bend average 30 feet of snowfall per year, while the city of Bend gets less than 30 inches! Central Oregon is a nationally recognized winter destination, for many reasons. Downhill skiing and snowboarding can be enjoyed at Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort or at Hoodoo, just outside of Sisters; Nordic skiing can be found on more than 40 miles of trails. Sled-dog riding, snowmobiling from Sunriver to Bend, with dinner and drinks along the way, or snowshoeing through endless acres of pristine forest also draw outdoor enthusiasts. Hiking at scenic spots like Smith Rock State Park or Pilot Butte or biking on one of the many trails in the region is enjoyed by many, even in the middle of the winter. WINTER ACTIVITIES IN CENTRAL OREGON

Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort Hoodoo Ski Area Cross Country Skiing

Sledding & Tubing Snowshoeing Backcountry Skiing

Carriage and Sleigh Ride Tours Sled Dog Rides Snowmobiling

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Golf Few areas have a nationally renowned golf course, let alone three! Crosswater at Sunriver, Tetherow and the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course at Pronghorn have all earned accolades. The region’s 30 courses offer stunning vistas, manicured fairways and challenges for players of any skill level. Some of the courses are open yearround (weather permitting), so you’re never too far from another 18 holes. Courses run the gamut in cost and amenities. Juniper Golf Course in Redmond won’t break the bank with greens fees and is well-suited for a casual round. Meanwhile, new resort courses come with resort prices and all the extras one expects for that price. Tetherow and Pronghorn, for example, offer a complete experience: golf, food and ambience. The region also has a handful of private clubs, for players who want to take things to the next level. In-between are courses that feature spectacular views and exceptional layouts at a variety of price points. From high-desert tracks, where lava rocks and sagebrush await just off the fairway, to mountain meadows with tree-lined fairways, each course is memorable. The mountains are on display at Lost Tracks, the red sand traps of Aspen Lakes provide striking visual contrast to ancient pines, and Crooked River Ranch tempts players to shoot close to the edge of the Crooked River Gorge, if only to better take in the amazing views.

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Golf Courses in Central Oregon Ranked Among Golf Digest's Top 100 33. PRONGHORN CLUB (NICKLAUS) Bend, Ore. / 866.372.1003 / pronghornclub.com Jack Nicklaus (2003) 7,379 yards, Par 72 | Points: 58.7830 When it first opened, Pronghorn was strictly private and its Nicklaus Course was ranked second by Golf Digest among America’s Best New Private Courses of 2004. Four years ago, the club (which also has a Fazio-designed 18) began allowing public play on its Nicklaus track. Its back nine may be the most delightful Jack has ever designed, with gambling holes and gorgeous scenery at every turn. 100 Greatest Public History: Ranked since 2011. Highest ranking: No. 23, 2011-12 51. CROSSWATER – SUNRIVER RESORT Sunriver, Ore. / 800.801.8765 / sunriver-resort.com Bob Cupp (1995) 7,683 yards, Par 72 | Points: 57.5239 Part of Crosswater was reportedly built in the meadow where John Wayne, as Rooster Cogburn, filmed his climactic charge with guns blazing in the 1969 film, True Grit. The Bob Cupp design is far more subtle than a Wayne western, with low-profile greens edged by graceful chipping areas and fairways intersected repeatedly by the Big and Little Deschutes rivers. Crosswater was Golf Digest’s Best New Resort Course of 1995. 100 Greatest Public History: Ranked since 2003. Highest ranking: No. 32, 2007-08 54. TETHEROW G.C. Bend, Ore. / 541-388-2582 / tetherow.com David McLay Kidd (2008) 7,298 yards, Par 72 | Points: 56.9440 A decade after David McLay Kidd established his architectural reputation with the original Bandon Dunes course, he returned to Oregon, settled in Bend and built another dazzling course, Tetherow. Far different than Bandon, with a manufactured landscape of lumps and bumps, far more bunkers, plus a couple of lakes, it nonetheless has the same fescue as at Bandon, so tee shots get plenty of roll and some approach shots can be bounced into flagsticks. 100 Greatest Public History: Ranked since 2011. Highest ranking: No. 54 in 2015-16

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Best Restaurants WILD ROSE NORTHERN THAI EATS 150 NW Oregon Ave | Bend

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Traditionally a very rural cuisine, Northern Thai food is an experience for all five senses. The most significant difference with Northern Thai fair is that nearly every meal is accompanied with ‘khao niew’, sticky Jasmine rice meant for eating with your hands. Sorry, no Pad Thai or chop sticks here! ZYDECO KITCHEN & COCKTAILS 919 NW Bond St | Bend

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Located in the heart of downtown Bend, Zydeco Kitchen & Cocktails offers fine Northwestern cuisine with a Southern twist from the esteemed Chef Steve Helt. THE BLACKSMITH RESTAURANT 211 NW Greenwood Ave | Bend

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STEAKHOUSE + BAR + LOUNGE The Blacksmith Restaurant serves Distinctive Bold Cuisine in the historic Pierson Blacksmith shop in Downtown Bend, Oregon. BROTHER JON'S PUBLIC HOUSE 1227 NW Galveston Ave | Bend

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Laid-back haunt featuring a wide beer selection, plenty of TVs & pub eats such as burgers & ribs. 10 BARREL BREWING - $$ 1135 NW Galveston Ave | 62950 NE 18th St | Bend Light-filled brewery & pub with a patio & fire pit serving innovative beers, pizza & burgers. CHOW - $$ 1100 NW Newport Ave | Bend Locally sourced American cuisine served at an artful & comfortable eatery with a full bar & patio.

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DIEGO'S SPIRITED KITCHEN447 SW 6th St | Redmond

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Easygoing restaurant & bar featuring traditional & original Mexican fare, plus New American dishes. RED MARTINI WINE BAR & GRILL 509 SW 6th St | Redmond

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Located downtown in the New Redmond Hotel, Red Martini Wine Bar and Grill is a vibrant gathering spot where guests can sample an array of delicious small plates and handcrafted cocktails SISTERS MEAT AND SMOKEHOUSE 110 S Spruce St | Sisters

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Meat market in a charming, barnlike space with local beers on tap, sandwiches & outside seating. THE PORCH - $$ 243 N Elm St | Sisters The Porch is a fine dining experience. Servicing Central Oregon in the city of Sisters for more than 4 years, offering a relaxed atmosphere and elegant setting. PISANO'S WOODFIRED PIZZA 64670 Strickler Ave | Tumalo

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It's Pisano's mission to pour our love of the craft into every pie made using only fresh local ingredients, handmade sauce, dough, and cheese. OCHOCO BREWING COMPANY 380 N Main St | Prineville

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Restaurant & Taproom serving American food.

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Who We Are For over a decade, Cascade Sotheby’s International Realty has been an innovative leader in the regional residential real estate market. Our brokers are passionate masters of their craft, combining local expertise and global connections to set the standard for real estate guidance in Oregon and SW Washington. In rhythm with market and technology advancements, we have grown and evolved and seen significant progress and change in our communities. Along the way, we have never lost sight of what inspires us—the endless beauty and distinct landscape of our remarkable place here in the Pacific Northwest. It is this deep—almost sacred—sense of place that we share with our clients and compels us to accompany them on the journey to buying or selling a home. We honor the incredibly diverse lifestyles we serve throughout the region. Whether a client dreams of an oceanfront retreat, a high desert oasis, a suburban family home, a high-rise condo, or a working ranch, we consider ourselves their partner in fulfilling that vision. We know that a home is a reflection of our unique lifestyles and place in the world. It is this understanding that makes us a leader in the market. We are powered by the global prestige, heritage, and fortitude of the Sotheby’s International Realty brand. In an everchanging real estate market, it's the brand that gives us staying power. Today, we have 15 offices and nearly 325 brokers that form the most expansive luxury and lifestyle real estate network in the Pacific Northwest. This exceptional team of brokers all share one belief—your best life begins with a home and way of life that inspires you.

Experience the Difference At Cascade Sotheby's International Realty, we understand that relocating to a new area can often be an exciting yet challenging process. Our commitment to excellence and the comprehensive relocation services we provide can help ease your transition, making your move as seamless as possible. 15 OFFICES 5 REGIONS 1 COMMITMENT Beaverton Central Oregon Extraordinary Service Bend Columbia River Gorge Cannon Beach Oregon Coast Gearhart Portland Area Hood River Southern Oregon Jacksonville SW Washington Lake Oswego Lincoln City Manzanita Portland Sisters Sunriver Vancouver (WA)

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Worldwide

RELOCATION SERVICES Looking to Move? Our Relocation Services Team will match you with the right broker – locally, nationally, and internationally.

Whether you want to move around the corner or around the world, our passion to serve you makes all the difference. With 325 brokers and 15 offices, we are the largest luxury lifestyle real estate network in the Pacific Northwest.

We offer comprehensive resources for expediting a smooth transition. As registered partners with multiple relocation management companies, our Relocation & Referral Services Division will provide you with an exceptional relocation experience. We love helping: • Buyers and sellers • Relocating employees and their families • Corporations and relocation management companies to meet the needs of their mobile network • Members of the military • Seniors ready for relocation and/or home transition • Realtors interested in earning referral income Carrie Mower Director of Referrals and Relocation

(503) 420-8650 carrie.mower@cascadesir.com CascadeSothebysRealty.com

OREGON COAST | PORTLAND METRO | COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE | CENTRAL OREGON | SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON

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