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Ashland Real Estate

Ashland is a special town: it’s picturesque, friendly, cultural, and somehow still manages to retain that small town feel. Housing may be more expensive than neighboring towns in the region, but Ashland real estate prices are still considerably lower than they were prior to the economic downturn.

Currently in 2013, the median sale price in Ashland is $325,000 and the average price per square foot is $200, with the market gaining momentum every month.

Renting in Ashland can be a different experience than in other cities, since most real estate agents don’t work with renters. However, there are plenty of rentals in town.  The best way to locate one is to either check craigslist regularly, or contact the various property management companies directly for a list of what’s available.

Regardless of whether you’re looking to buy or rent, Ashland’s many neighborhoods each offer something for everyone, whether it’s a view, downtown location or affordability.

North & Northwest Ashland

This is the neighborhood for those seeking a view. Here you’ll find large lots and quiet neighborhoods away from the bustle of town.

Cottage District & the Railroad District

Both of these tree-lined neighborhoods feature cute farmhouses and Craftsman homes, and will place you right in the heart of Ashland, within walking distance of most shops and restaurants.

Three Tiers of Ashland

Those seeking the prestigious “above the boulevard” location should check out this neighborhood, where you’ll find larger lots, architecture from the 1920s to the present and high property appreciation.

Lithia Park

This neighborhood is also one of the most exclusive areas of town, with its charming Victorian and Craftsman homes, and close proximity to both Lithia Park and the Plaza.

Quiet Village

If affordability and a family-friendly neighborhood is what you’re looking for, this is the place to be. Its homes are modestly priced and are within walking distance of Helman Elementary School.

South & Central Ashland

These neighborhoods are also great for young families who are looking for affordable properties, and are close to both Garfield Park and Hunter Park.

East Ashland

This area has some areas of new, larger homes; it’s quiet, but still close to downtown. If you go even further east – toward Emigrant Lake – you’ll find beautiful country houses with acreage.

For more detailed information about each neighborhood, pricing and availability, please contact a local Realtor for their help and expertise.


Siskiyou Property Management

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Siskiyou Property Management 290 N. Main St. Ashland, OR 97520 541-482-1140Read More

Commercial Property Management

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Commercial Property Management 1875 Highway 99N, #10 Ashland, OR 97520 541-482-0326Read More

AlleNorth Properties LLC

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AlleNorth Properties LLC 340 A St., #6 Ashland, OR 97520 541-201-8881Read More

Classic Property Management LLC

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833 Glendale Ave. Ashland, OR 97520 541-482-9076Read More

Pacific Properties

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Pacific Properties 725 Royal Ave. Medford, OR 97504 541-482-1140Read More

AllCities Property Management

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AllCities Property Management 1585 Siskiyou Blvd. Medford, OR 97504 541-245-8811Read More

Par Mortgage, Inc.

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Par Mortgage, Inc. 33 N. 1st St, #3 Ashland, OR 97520 541-482-5886Read More