Camas Home Sales Report
In spite of the COVID-19 shutdown, home sales in Camas are brisk. Pending sales in August were up 6.2% over last year at this time. There were 80 closed sales last month and overall inventory in Clark County is still low at 1.6 months.
Even with more new homes coming on the market, prices continue on a steady rise. The annual percentage increase in sales price was 7.5% for the month. This bodes well for sellers thinking about putting their home on the market. Even fall and winter months are good times to sell.
Camas offers a small town atmosphere with close proximity to city amenities and services – all without the traffic jams! You can find rural estates, classic bungalows, waterfront homes, and homes with views. So, ask for it – we’ve probably got it.
This historic town – located right on the Columbia River – is always hopping with fun and activities. Plus, the Camas School District is highly rated and families appreciate knowing their children attend award-winning schools.
Although more new homes are coming on the market, older homes tend to have larger lots and more room for a growing family, live-in relatives, or visiting friends. Some are even suited for multigen households with separate living quarters.
Likewise, you are more likely to have space for that garden or just a quiet place with privacy. Homes in Camas offer you opportunities to spend more time doing things you love, connect with nature, and live a lifestyle that helps rejuvenate your soul. Then add a view, and you have a wonderful home with “Nature as Neighbors” and “Elbow room for the Soul.”
(*Report is for single family homes priced $350,000 and above, and does not include an amazing listing for $18,997,000 on Dawson Ridge)