Camas Home Sales. Even during the winter months, sales in Camas are brisk. For example, the Median Days on Market was only 38 this month, compared to 58 a year ago. And overall inventory in Clark County has dropped back to 2.5 months, which continues to keep prices up. In Camas, the annual percentage increase in sales price is 2.1% for this month.
One of the main attractions of homes in Camas is the 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. And, the Camas Schools district is highly rated and families appreciate knowing their children attend award-winning schools.
This historic town – located right on the Columbia River – is always hopping with fun and activities. Plus, this time of year, its charming main street (4th Avenue), quaint shops and wide assortment of restaurants, provide the perfect backdrop for the holidays.
Although there are many new homes 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.”
32 Active Listings – $489,900 to $2,299,900
Average SQFT – 4,202
Average $/SQFT – $244
16 Pending – $420,000 to $1,400,000
Average SQFT- 3,563
Average $/SQFT – $207
44 Sold in last 3 Mos – $454,900 to $2,750,000
Average SQFT – 3,801
Average $/SQFT – $215
Median Days on Market was 38 days – down from 51 DOM in November. Homes don’t stay on the market long in Camas.
(*Report is for view homes priced $400,000 and above, and averages do not include a spectacular $13,500,000 55-acre lake-side property on Leadbetter.)