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Whether you are relocating to Sisters, Oregon from some other part of the state or country, or simply moving across town, Ken Renner offers a unique mix of knowledge and experience to ensure that you find the perfect fit for your family, lifestyle and budget.
Ken offers an intimate knowledge of the various neighborhoods and communities within the Sisters area, their history, trends, and provides a well-informed, up to the minute understanding of the current market status of each.
The Sisters / Central Oregon area offers a truly diverse range of neighborhoods and communities, including; golf course properties, secluded cabins, river-front homes, urban-style lofts, investment properties, resort homes, vacation homes, ranches, historic homes, and more.
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About Sisters, Oregon
Sisters is a city in Deschutes County, Oregon, United States. It is part of the Bend, Oregon Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 959 at the 2000 census, but more than doubled to 2,038 as of the 2010 census.
Camp Polk was established as a military post in 1865 in response to the Paiute Indian wars that were raging throughout eastern Oregon during the 1860s and 70s. Named after the Oregon county from which the camp’s commanding officer hailed, it consisted of a group of cabins along the west bank of Squaw Creek, about three miles northeast of Sisters. The troops spent the winter of 1865-66 there. After discovering that there was no Indian problem they left. Around 1870, the area was homesteaded by Samuel Hindeman who also ran the post office. The post office at Camp Polk was moved to the present site of Sisters in 1888, and the name was changed to Sisters after the Three Sisters Mountains that dominate its western skyline. Learn More
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