River Bend, located near Sugar Creek, Missouri area, is a perfect place to call home if you’re looking for space, lifestyle, and convenience. This neighborhood in Missouri is a small community with an urban vibe. Live music can be heard in downtown restaurants and stores throughout the day while families enjoy weekend trips to nearby attractions. The population density of River Bend makes it one such neighborhood for those who want more space than their suburban homes provide – but not so far away from all amenities that living there would feel remote.
Homes in the River Bend neighborhood are primarily made up of medium-sized (three or four bedroom) to large single-family homes. Most residents own their homes which means they’re not rentals, giving buyers more stability when making an investment decision in this area’s property market. The River Bend neighborhood has a variety of home styles, with many being medium-sized to large single-family homes. Most residential real estate here is owner-occupied and old enough that it was built between 1970 – 1999, but there’s also some construction from 1940 through 1969 as well.
In the River Bend neighborhood of Missouri, real estate prices are, on average, $176K. This is more than 43% higher than in other areas across Missouri and 25% more expensive than other neighborhoods in America. The rent in this area can be expensive, with an average cost of $1,437. However, you will still find plenty to keep your costs down and enjoy the lifestyle here. The median home value is also higher than the national average.
The average rental price in River Bend isn’t any higher if we look at the percentage of rents across all neighborhoods instead; however, this particular area has an even greater ratio compared to other places within, at 81% more than other neighborhoods in Missouri.
The current vacancy rate in River Bend is 3.1%, which means that there are fewer properties available to rent or buy than 82% of many other neighborhoods across America. This tightness of the housing market makes it hard for people who want homes here but can’t find one – especially when you consider how much more expensive living elsewhere might be due also factoring into your decision on where to live.
The River Bend neighborhood has a higher income than 54% of the neighborhoods across America. This area is middle-income, making it one of your best bets if you’re looking for an upmarket location with plenty to offer. With more than half of the population in this neighborhood being good earners, this neighborhood is a good place to live.