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Camas Home Sales Report – It’s a Great Time To Sell

In spite of last year and ongoing real estate restrictions, Camas home sales remain strong. Pending sales in December were up 5.5% over last year at this time.  There were only 62 closed sales in Camas because overall inventory in Clark County is still extremely low at .6 months. December Numbers (RED) Show Lowest Active Listings in RMLS History Graph Showing Homes for Sale Clark County Projections Point to More Limited Inventory in January.

Graph Showing New Listings Clark County WA Even as more new homes come on the market, prices continue on a steady rise. The annual percentage increase in sales price in Camas was 8.4% for the month. This bodes well for sellers thinking about putting their home on the market.  

Camas Offers Many Amenities to Buyers Camas has 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 downtown offers many fun activities while observing COVID-19 protocols. Plus, the Camas School District is highly rated and families appreciate knowing their children attend award-winning schools.

Camas – A Mix of New and Old

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.”

Camas Home Sales Report January 2021*

Camas Home Sales

(*Report is for single family homes on larger lots or acreage priced $350,000 and above. Averages do not include an amazing home listed for $18,997,000 on Dawson Ridge)

Sellers, if you want to find out how much your home is worth, give us a call.

Buyers, start your search here.

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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.”

Camas Home Sales Report – October*

Camas Home Sales

(*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)

Homeowners, if you want to find out how much your home is worth, give us a call.

Buyers, start your search here.

MultiGen Home for Sale

Multigen Home With Accessory Dwelling Unit

MultiGen Home Sales – September.Multigenerational households can be a great option for all ages. The 2016 Pew Research Center study shows that 1 in 5 or 20% of all U.S. households are multigen families.   Although the number includes many young adults, seniors are becoming a larger percentage of that population.  The benefits are clear – it far outweighs institutional or assisted living. And, as a result, fewer seniors are now living alone than in the 1990s. With over a decade of personal experience in a multigen household, we specialize in this field. Our multigen homes are located on acreage or large lots. They have “elbow room for the soul”, which provides lots of room & privacy. One of our listings is a prime example of the perfect multigen home – separate living quarters, great amenities, and lots of room for privacy.

Find MultiGen Homes for Sale

Since we live in a multigen household, we know how to find homes for sale with separate living quarters. But we will often see homes that, at first glance, don’t appear to be suitable because there are no separate quarters – our was like that.  But you can remodel and upgrade to accommodate family members. Since we have that experience as well, we know how to identify those “hidden gem” opportunities. If you are looking for a multigen home, it’s important to know the market. So, here is a brief Market Report. Multigen Home Sales – September: 134 Active Listings – $354,900 to $4,200,000 Average SQFT – 3,914 Average $/SQFT – $222 44 Pending – $364,900 to $899,000 Average SQFT- 3,352 Average $/SQFT – $182 96 Sold in last 3 Mos – $359,500 to $1,375,000 Average SQFT – 3,199 Average $/SQFT – $188 Median Days on Market was 27 days – down from 47 days in August.  Multigen homes don’t stay on the market very long!  Note: Averages are for homes priced $350,000 and above, and does not include a spectacular $12,000,000 165-acre multigen property in Woodland, WA) If you are interested in finding a multigen home, give us a call. Or, start your own search here. Multigen Sellers: Call us for a free consultation on your home’s value. We are specialists in this field, and we have buyers ready to move!
Camas Homes Sales Camas home sales remain strong in August of 2019. And, it’s no wonder. Charming Camas is capturing the attention of relocation buyers – singles, couples, and families. Surrounded by nature, but also close to city amenities and services all without the traffic jams! You can find rural homes, bungalows in downtown Camas, homes on lakes, rivers, and ponds, homes in gated neighborhoods, homes with views. So, ask for it, we’ve probably got it. Plus, 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. And the Downtown Camas Association knows the importance of visitors in keeping shops and services in business.  So, here are a few of the events to look forward to in the coming months.

Coming Events in Camas, WA

2019 Camas Vintage Art Faire – August 24th Plein Air and Art  – September 6th Camas Girls’ Night Out 2019 – September 26th October First Friday- Pumpkin Pageant 2019 – October 4th Boo Bash Trick or Treat 2019 – October 23rd November First Friday 2019 – Thankful for Pie! – November 1st Holiday Sip and Shop 2019 – November 14th 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. Add a view, and you can have a wonderful home with “Nature as Neighbors” and “Elbow room for the Soul.” Looking for a home in Camas, it helps to know the market.

Camas Home Sales – August Market Report:

55 Active Listings – $425,000 to $2,399,900 Average SQFT – 4,372 Average $/SQFT – $237 14 Pending – $425,000 to $989,900 Average SQFT- 2,984 Average $/SQFT – $219 37 Sold in last 3 Mos – $405,000 to $1,350,000 Average SQFT – 3,361 Average $/SQFT – $212 Median Days on Market was 35 days.  Homes in Camas do not last long!  (Note: 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.) If you are a buyer interested in a home in Camas, give us a call. Or start your own search here.

Washougal Home Sales – July Market Report

Washougal is in a rural part of Clark County, WA. For this reason, many homes are on acreage, surrounded by trees, have panoramic views, or are on river waterfronts. Some have all of the above!

Its namesake, the Washougal River, Chinook for “Rushing Water”, is one of the most pristine rivers in the West. Because of its rural location, the small town of Washougal has all the benefits of “nature as neighbors.” It has the peaceful environs of the country, yet easy access to city amenities.

If you are considering a home in Washougal WA, you should know the current market for homes sales*.

Market Report for Washougal WA Home Sales

44 Active from $353,000 to $4,200,000 Average SQFT – 3,019 Average $/SQFT – $262

15 Pending from $375,000 to $869,500 Average SQFT – 3,275 Average $/SQFT – $191

27 Sold in last 3 Months from $375,000 to $1,134,000 Average SQFT – 2,916 Average $/SQFT – $209

Median Days on Market was only 38 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long! *Report is for Single Family Homes starting at $350,000.

Places of Interest in Washougal and Surrounding Area

Washougal is also known as the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge.” Head east along WA State Route 14 past Washougal to experience towering bluffs and breath-taking views of the massive Columbia River Gorge. Many options for light-to-challenging hiking.

Cape Horn Loop Trail. A bit challenging as nature hikes go, but worth it for the magnificent views of the Columbia River Gorge. Be aware that, at certain times of the year, some peaks are off limits due Peregrin falcons nesting. But, you’ll still hear their whistles as they soar overhead.

Captain William Clark Park along the Columbia River. This area offers running trails, picnicking, boating, and swimming. With the great setting on the Columbia, you will surely want to return for many outdoor activities.

Pendleton Woolen Mills. Visitors to the working woolen mill can take a free tour of the mill in small groups. You can see the process firsthand from their state-of-the-art dye house, through spinning and weaving, to the finishing of their distinctive Indian blankets. And afterwards, you can shop in the Mill Store where you can select from Pendleton’s array of menswear, womenswear, blankets and fabrics.

Our Bar Restaurant. Comfortable, casual restaurant that offers fresh local ingredients prepared in unique, flavorful dishes. Excellent breakfast and lunch menu. Try their home-baked bacon cheddar biscuits!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Check out our luxury home listing in Washougal.  Or – Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with Nature As Neighbors™.

If you want to receive our Market Report for home sales in Washougal, or any other area in Clark County, contact us.

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Multigen Homes for Sale Clark County MultiGen Homes For Sale. We specialize in multigenerational home sales – two or more generations living under one roof. These are not typical family units of parent(s) raising their children. In fact, “multigen” is where adult family members decide to move back in together. Often, this is to care for the elderly, or share in child-rearing responsibilities. Our multigen homes are often located on acreage or large lots. They have “elbow room for the soul”, which provides lots of room & privacy.

Find MultiGen Homes for Sale

Since we live in a multigen household, we know how to find multigen homes for sale with separate living quarters. We often find home that are not set up with separate quarters – our was like that. But you can upgrade to accommodate family members. We have the experience of upgrading, so we often identify those homes suitable for modifications for a multigen family. With this information about multigen home, it’s also important to know the market. So, here is a brief Market Report for Multigen Homes in Clark County WA:
126 Active from $395,900 to $4,200,000 Average SQFT – 3,699 Average $/SQFT – $231 58 Pending from $365,000 to $2,000,000 Average SQFT – 3,473 Average $/SQFT – $196 69 Sold in last 3 Months from $359,500 to $2,300,000 Average SQFT – 3,601 Average $/SQFT – $180
Median Days on Market was 41 days – down from 62 days in January.  Multigen homes don’t stay on the market very long!  (Note: Report is for homes priced $350,000 and above, and does not include a spectacular $12,000,000 165-acre multigen property in Woodland, WA) Multigen Buyers: If you are looking for a home for multigen living, you can start your search here. Multigen Sellers: Call us for a free consultation on your home’s value. We are specialists in this field, and we have buyers ready to move!
June Report – Waterfront Homes for Sale. The Pacific Northwest is known for its vast natural resources – especially pristine waterways. And Clark County WA has its share of exceptional waterfront homes. Water is a built-in natural asset. Whether it’s a river, bay, creek or pond, waterfront has a wide appeal to many different buyers. Some want easy access to boating and active water sports. And others just want a peaceful place to enjoy the relaxed, meditative environment. Waterfront homes are also a year-round luxury. In the summer, waterfront property is a great source of activity and escape from the heat. Kids, of course love it! And during the winter, it can be a great source of reflection and natural solace. As we know, being in nature can be very restorative to us all. If you are interested in waterfront property in Clark County, it will help to know what the current market conditions are. Here is the June 2019 Report*. 82 Active from $395,000 to $2,500,000 Average SQFT – 3,495 Average $/SQFT – $226 34 Pending from $356,999 to $1,500,000 Average SQFT – 2,751 Average $/SQFT – $212 67 Sold in last 3 Months from $350,000 to $2,300,000 Average SQFT – 2,741 Average $/SQFT – $214 Median Days on Market was 42 days – waterfront homes sell very quickly! *Averages do not include a spectacular 55-acre property on Lacamas Lake for $13,500,000. Looking for waterfront homes in Clark County WA? Start your search here.  Give us a call – we have a lot of experience with waterfront and recreational property.
Homes for Sale in Brush Prairie WA
Homes for Sale in Brush Prairie, WA. Many of our buyers are looking for homes in the country surrounded by nature. But they also want to be close to shopping, services, and good schools. So we look in the Brush Prairie/Hockinson area where we regularly find homes that meet this criteria. Brush Prairie/Hockinson has all the amenities of a rural area – rolling hillsides, tracts of timber land, and large horse pastures. Yet, it is within easy driving distance of metropolitan services, including Portland International Airport right across the Columbia River. Combine privacy with the diversity of views, and you have a very popular area for homes with “Nature as Neighbors.”

Market Summary of Homes for Sale in Brush Prairie:

28 Active Listings – $474,900 to $1,496,000 Average SQFT – 3,783 Average $/SQFT – $213 23 Pending – $450,000 to $1,199,000 Average SQFT- 3,097 Average $/SQFT – $216 22 Sold in last 3 Mos – $425,000 to $1,274,000 Average SQFT – 3,550 Average $/SQFT – $199 Median Days on Market – 26. Homes in Brush Prairie sell quickly!   Buyers, if you are looking for homes for sale in Brush Prairie, you can start here. If you are thinking of selling your home in Brush Prairie, call us for a free pricing analysis.

Camas Home Sales With Nature as Neighbors

Camas Home SalesCamas home sales have picked up in the last year. Although one of the oldest towns in the region, it has been discovered as the next “new” place for buyers. Many are relocating from out of state – or just across the river from Portland. And it’s no wonder.  Here, you can find a home close to nature, but also close to city amenities and services. Without the traffic jams!

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. Add a view, and you can have a wonderful home with “Nature as Neighbors”.

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 with those you love, connect with nature, and live a lifestyle that helps rejuvenate your soul.

Here is the May Market Report for Camas Home Sales:

44 Active Listings – $434,800 to $2,950,000
Average SQFT – 4,082
Average $/SQFT – $273

21 Pending – $425,000 to $2,100,000
Average SQFT- 3,622
Average $/SQFT – $216

37 Sold in last 3 Mos – $420,000 to $925,000
Average SQFT – 3,511
Average $/SQFT – $184

Median Days on Market was 32 days – down from 44 days in April.  The Camas market is heating up! 

(Note: 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.)

If you are a buyer interested in a home in Camas, give us a call.

Or start your search here.

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Washougal Home Sales – Nature As Neighbors

If you are considering a home in Washougal WA, you will want to have this Market Report for homes sales. Washougal is in a rural part of Clark County, WA, so many homes are on acreage, have panoramic views, or are on river waterfronts.

Washougal is Chinook for “Rushing Water”

Its namesake, the Washougal River, Chinook for “Rushing Water”, is one of the most pristine rivers in the West. Because of its rural location, the small town of Washougal has all the benefits of “nature as neighbors.” It has the peaceful environs of the country, yet easy access to city amenities.

Market Report for Washougal WA Home Sales

25 Active from $427,450 to $4,200,000 Average SQFT – 3,940 Average $/SQFT – $245

13 Pending from $449,000 to $1,195,000 Average SQFT – 3,525 Average $/SQFT – $200

14 Sold in last 3 Months from $410,000 to $750,000 Average SQFT – 2,272 Average $/SQFT – $224

Median Days on Market was only 42 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Places of Interest in Washougal and Surrounding Area

Washougal is also known as the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge.” Head east along WA State Route 14 past Washougal to experience towering bluffs and breath-taking views of the massive Columbia River Gorge. Many options for light-to-challenging hiking.

Cape Horn Loop Trail. A bit challenging as nature hikes go, but worth it for the magnificent views of the Columbia River Gorge. Be aware that, at certain times of the year, some peaks are off limits due Peregrin falcons nesting. But, you’ll still hear their whistles as they soar overhead.

Captain William Clark Park along the Columbia River. This area offers running trails, picnicking, boating, and swimming. With the great setting on the Columbia, you will surely want to return for many outdoor activities.

Pendleton Woolen Mills. Visitors to the working woolen mill can take a free tour of the mill in small groups. You can see the process firsthand from their state-of-the-art dye house, through spinning and weaving, to the finishing of their distinctive Indian blankets. And afterwards, you can shop in the Mill Store where you can select from Pendleton’s array of menswear, womenswear, blankets and fabrics.

2 Rivers Bar & Grill. Comfortable, casual restaurant that offers fresh local ingredients prepared in unique, flavorful dishes. Also, the Happy Hour Menu won’t disappoint. Try their Sunday Brunch!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with Nature As Neighbors™.

If you want to receive our Market Report for home sales in Washougal, or any other area in Clark County, contact us.

Top 10 Features Buyers Want

As we enter the 2022 home buying season, it is important to know what buyers say they want in a home.  The National Association of Home Builders survey for 2022 is not out, yet, last year’s survey is helpful. One of the key findings is that the majority of home buyers in the study (67%) report the pandemic has not impacted what they want. Yet, there was a slight increase in the desired size of the home – implying that spending more time at home creates a desire for a little more elbow room.

The survey identifies 175 items that are rated “essential”, “desirable”, “indifferent” and (just as important) “do NOT want”. An interesting note is that, while baby boomers trended along with general home buyers in desirables, they have stronger opinions about what they do and do not want.

“Survey Says!”

The survey reveals some features are not surprises – energy efficiency shows up (explicitly or implied) as four of the top 10 items. But, surprisingly, laundry rooms continue at the top of the essential features buyers want. Although this factors in with the other items baby boomers desire – smaller homes with single-level living and open floor plans. Having a laundry room keeps clutter out of view and helps keep smaller homes organized. Ceiling fans are also big – arguably consistent with the energy efficiency theme.

The Full Survey Identified 175 Features – Here Are The Top 10

Top 10 Features Byers Want

Also, consistent with baby boomers’ desire for one-level living, elevators were rated the least desirable feature in a home – one that would cause them not to buy it. Although – another surprise – this was not as much of a deal killer of buyers from other age groups.

It’s Also Helpful To Know What is Undesirable

We also learn from the survey what items will discourage a sale. All are certainly subjective, but informative. Percentages who said “No”:
Elevator – 74%
Wine Cellar – 69%
Second-story Family Room – 59%
Dual Toilets in Master Bath – 57%

While this survey can guide new home construction, by building in features from the start, it also can help sellers of existing homes. Adding a laundry room is not on the list of the best returns for home improvement projects. However, there may be other areas in the home that can be converted easily – like a closet in a bathroom with room for a stackable. Or, even the garage might be an option. Access to utilities will determine the ease and expense of such an addition.

If you are thinking about selling your home, and want to know what buyers really want in a home, contact us.

Home Improvement Projects Worth The Investment

Homeowners who are thinking about remodeling should consider which home improvement projects offer the best return for the money spent. Most upgrades will typically not return 100% on the dollar spent. However, some remodels are better than others. Likewise, your local and regional costs may be different than the national averages.

Kitchen Remodel can pay off

The Right Kitchen Remodel Can Often Be Worth The Investment

Let’s Look At The Numbers

We have been planning a kitchen remodel and wanted to know how much we could recoup on our investment. So we did some digging and came up with the 5 best home improvement projects for the money, according to Remodeling News.*

National Averages:

Project
Cost
Value
Recoup%
Garage Door Replacement
$3,611
$3,520
97.5%
Manufactured Stone Veneer
$8,907
$8,449
94.9%
Minor Kitchen Remodel
$22,507
$18,123
80.5%
Deck Addition (Wood)
$13,333
$10,083
75.6%
Siding Replacement
$16,036
$12,119
75.6%
We were surprised to see garage door replacement is at the top. This may be due to the low investment, which makes it a popular project. But it is also a critical aspect of curb appeal for resale. You should note that a “minor” kitchen remodel is up to $30,000 in cost. But it does return 80.5% of the investment on average. If you step up to a “major” kitchen remodel – somewhere in the $60,000 range – the return is only 62.1%. So, keeping an eye on the bottom line is an important aspect of every project.

Pacific Regional Averages:

(Includes Hawaii and Alaska, which might skew the average costs.)
Project
Cost
Value
Recoup% 
Garage Door

Replacement
$3,785
$4,685
123.8%
Manufactured

Stone Veneer
$9,507
$10,499
110.4%
Deck Addition

(Wood)
$16,511
$14,491
87.8%
Minor Kitchen

Remodel
$24,950
$21,723
87.1%
Grand Entrance

(Fiberglass)
$9,568
$8,147
85.1%
In the Pacific region, a minor kitchen remodel returns almost 87.1% of your investment. Let’s take a look at our local area:

Portland Metro Area:

Project
Cost 
Value
Recoup%
Garage Door

Replacement
$3,626
$3,548
97.9%
Entry Door

Replacement
$1,851
$1,737
93.8%
Minor Kitchen

Remodel
$22,958
$20,290
88.4%
Siding

Replacement
$16,794
$14,424
85.9%
Manufactured

Stone Veneer
$8,809
$7,311
83.0%
In this area, kitchens still do pretty well in terms of return for investment. Plus, as the centerpiece of the home, it adds great appeal to prospective buyers. In all areas, a Master Suite addition – with a National average cost of $271,470 – was the lowest return, ranging from 50.4% to 56.7%  So, that’s a project you’d want to consider very carefully, or plan to stay in your house a while! Contact Us if you’d like more information about which home improvement projects are the best for the money.

*© 2019 Hanley Wood, LLC. Complete data from the Remodeling 2019 Cost vs. Value Report can be downloaded free at www.costvsvalue.com.

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Find Nature As Neighbors in Washougal

Washougal WA is one of those areas in Clark County where you can find privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”  Where nature is your neighbor, and sometimes properties are right along the water, which is always a bonus.

Washougal is Chinook For “Rushing Water”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and waterfront location – you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

Market Summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal

22 Active from $442,500 to $4,200,000
Average SQFT – 4,004

Average $/SQFT – $232

6 Pending from $400,000 to $950,000
Average SQFT – 3,203
Average $/SQFT – $189

14 Sold in last 3 Months from $462,000 to $925,000
Average SQFT – 2,998
Average $/SQFT – $201

Median Days on Market was 63 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.” 

Market Report – Waterfront Home Sales

These days, many folks in the region are heading out to lakes, rivers and natural swimming holes to beat the record soaring temperatures.  Naturally, home buyers start thinking they’d like year-round access to waterfront.  Some buyers want easy access to boating and active water sports, while others just want a peaceful place to enjoy the relaxed, meditative environment. Whether it’s a river, bay, creek or pond, waterfront homes have a built-in natural asset many buyers are seeking.

Buying or Selling Homes on Waterfront

While Clark County offers great opportunities for waterfront living, the challenges of regulations, market demand, and a limited inventory have made this a specialized market. Shoreline protections, alone, can dictate home site footprints, setbacks, and mitigation requirements that are very different from normal home sites. Buyers and sellers should work with a broker who has expertise in waterfront properties and knowing the market is extremely important:

Market Summary of ViewHomes™ of Clark County on Waterfront

134 Active from $409,000 to $2,790,000
Average SQFT 3,397
Average $/SQFT $226

50 Pending from $400,000 to $1,585,000
Average SQFT 2,768
Average $/SQFT $223

77 Sold in past 3 months from $400,000 to $2,100,000
Average SQFT 3,146
Average $/SQFT $212

Median Days on Market: 33 days. Waterfront homes don’t last for long!

Looking for a waterfront property? Start your search here.

Have a home on the water you want to sell?  We specialize in selling homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Multigen Living is a Major Trend in the Housing Market

Multigenerational (“multigen”) living is on the rise in the U.S. It has long been a tradition in other countries, but in 2014 the Pew Research Center reported that a record 60.6 million Americans now live in multigen households. That is nearly one in 5 households. This trend continues today as the housing market responds to the demand for multigen homes.

Finding a Multigen Home Requires Expertise

It’s no coincidence that our specialty – view homes with “elbow room for the soul” – works well for multigen homes, too.  One of our listings, 38402 Rosemary Lane in Washougal has enormous potential for a multigen household. Plus, we there is a multigen estate in Washougal coming to the market this Fall, with the potential for 3 households!

It also helps to know what the market looks like when you start shopping for a multigen home. Here is a snapshot of ViewHomes™ of Clark County with dual-living features, starting at $400,000:
(Note: these averages do not include a spectacular Multigen Listing for $12,500,000.)

Market Report for Multigen ViewHomes™ in Clark County

109 Active Listings – $400,000 to $5,900,000
Average SQFT – 4,132
Average $/SQFT – $238

51 Pending – $423,900 to $2,900,000
Average SQFT- 3,250
Average $/SQFT – $212

58 Sold in last 3 Mos – $410,000 to $1,600,000
Average SQFT – 3,515
Average $/SQFT – $182

Median Days on Market 41 days – multigen homes don’t last very long! 

Buyers:
If you are looking for a home for multigen living, you can start your search here.

Sellers:
If you have a home that has multigen features and you want to sell, call us – we are specialists in this field, and we have buyers ready to move!

 

Camas View Homes With Nature As Neighbors

Living in Camas can provide you with the luxury of nature as neighbors, with “elbow room for the soul”.  We all know about the rejuvenating powers of living close to nature and having privacy and space – add to that the daily pleasures of a fantastic view, and your home really becomes a retreat. An award-winning small-town lifestyle with easy access to city amenities, including close proximity to an international airport, makes Camas a very desirable area.

Market Report for ViewHomes™ in Camas, WA

47 Active Listings –  $424,900 to $1,650,000
Average SQFT 3,781
Average $/SQFT $225

28 Pending Listings – $425,000 to $2,100,000
Average SQFT: 3,538
Average $/SQFT $251

27 Sold in the last 3 months from  $405,000 to $2,011,000
Average SQFT 3,734
Average $/SQFT $202

Median Days on Market – 28 days.  View Homes in Camas move quickly!

If you are thinking about selling your home in Camas, call us for a free market analysis. We know this area well and know how to attract buyers for the best result!

If you’re looking for a home in Camas, WA, begin your Camas ViewHomes search here.

Filed under: Camas | Market Reports | Nature | News

Ridgefield, WA offers Nature as Neighbors

If you are looking for a home with a view, privacy, and surrounded by nature, then you should consider homes in Ridgefield, WA. Nature and recreation go well together where the National Wildlife Refuge serves as the city’s backyard and is a haven for wildlife and nature lovers. You can tour via kayak or canoe along a 21-mile water trail between downtown and the Columbia River.

Point of Interest: The Cathlapotle Plankhouse, built by more than 100 volunteers over a period of two years, is based on findings from the archaeological site and other historical references. One of our favorite Ridgefield events is BirdFest and Bluegrass – a celebration of nature and music welcoming migratory birds back to their winter home.

Here is a Market Report for ViewHomes™ over $400,000 in Ridgefield:

16 Active Listings – $465,000 to $2,900,000
Average SQFT – 3,805
Average $/SQFT – $245

8 Pending – $524,900 to $1,150,000
Average SQFT- 2,981
Average $/SQFT – $236

15 Sold in last 3 Mos – $403,000 to $1,160,000
Average SQFT – 3,020
Average $/SQFT – $213

Median Days on Market – 34.  Homes sell quickly in Ridgefield!

If you are thinking of selling your home in Ridgefield, call us for a free pricing analysis.
If you are looking for a home in Ridgefield, start your search for ViewHomes™ of Clark County. 

Filed under: Market Reports | News

You Can Have Nature as Neighbors in Hockinson

Many buyers are looking for homes in the country to enjoy the benefits of privacy and nature, but still be close to city amenities – easy access to shopping, services, and good schools. Brush Prairie/Hockinson is a great area where we regularly find homes that meet this criteria.

Hockinson has all the amenities of a rural area – rolling hillsides, tracts of timber land, and large horse pastures, yet, it is within easy driving distance of metropolitan amenities, including Portland International Airport right across the Columbia River. Combine privacy with the diversity of views, and you have a very popular area for homesites with nature as neighbors. This area is in the highly desirable Hockinson School District.

Market summary of ViewHomes™ in Hockinson:

30 Active Listings – $459,900 to $1,795,000
Average SQFT – 3,599
Average $/SQFT – $197

10 Pending – $484,800 to $825,000
Average SQFT- 3,058
Average $/SQFT – $199

9 Sold in last 3 Mos – $488,200 to $1,486,687
Average SQFT – 3,739
Average $/SQFT – $191

Median Days on Market – 62.  Homes sell quickly in Hockinson!

If you are thinking of selling your home in Hockinson, call us for a free pricing analysis.
If you are looking for a home to buy, start your search for ViewHomes™ of in Hockinson here. 

Filed under: Market Reports

Woodand WA – Gateway to Nature as Neighbors

Woodland, WA is a fast-growing town about 20 miles north of Vancouver. It is also one of the oldest communities in the state of Washington. The city is technically in both Clark and Cowlitz counties, but most residents live in Cowlitz County where the majority of the city lies. Its location gives area residents easy access to recreational spots along the Lewis River and to Mount St. Helens. Buyers looking for homes in the area also consider Kalama, WA just 9 miles north.  Its location right on the Columbia and Kalama Rivers offers spectacular views and easy access to water recreation.

Many people also visit Woodland to see the Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens. Klager was a prolific breeder of lilacs. Her former home and gardens were saved in 1964 from being torn down to make room for industrial development.  The site is now maintained as a state and National Historic Landmark by the Lilac Society.

Some of our favorite ViewHomes™ in Woodland are located along the Lewis River or in lovely neighborhoods providing views of the Mount St. Helens and the Columbia River.

ViewHomes™ Market Report for Homes over $400K in Woodland/Kalama:

17 Active Listings – $400,000 to $1,790,000
Average SQFT – 3,998
Average $/SQFT – $201

2 Pending – $495,000 to $1,090,000
Average SQFT- 2,270
Average $/SQFT – $349

2 Sold in last 3 Mos – $539,000 to $799,000
Average SQFT – 3,698
Average $/SQFT – $181

Median Days on Market – 80. (Last month, Clark County DOM was 81.)

Buyer, begin your search for ViewHomes of Woodland here. 

Sellers, call us for a free market evaluation of your home’s value.

Filed under: Market Reports | News

Market Report – Waterfront Home Sales

Whether it’s a river, bay, creek or pond, waterfront homes have a built-in natural asset many buyers want. Some want easy access to boating and active water sports. Others just want a peaceful place to enjoy the relaxed, meditative environment. During summer months waterfront property is a great source of activity and escape from the heat.  During winter months, it can be a source of reflection and solace.

Buying or Selling Homes on Waterfront

While Clark County offers opportunities for waterfront living, the challenges of regulations, market demand, and a limited inventory have made this a limited, and specialized market. Regulations designed to protection our watersheds restrict the development of shoreline properties with tight footprints, setbacks, and mitigation requirements. Even creeks are regulated in certain protected watersheds, so this can cause frustration for anyone trying to build or expand a house along a natural waterway.

Whether you are looking for, or want to sell, waterfront property, you should work with a broker who has experience in this specialized market and knows how to achieve that perfect outcome for you.

Market Summary of ViewHomes™ of Clark County on Waterfront

45 Active from $459,900 to $1,800,000
Average SQFT 3,513
Average $/SQFT $233

27 Pending from $417,500 to $1,350,000
Average SQFT 3,169
Average $/SQFT $200

38 Sold in past 3 months from $403,000 to $3,735,000
Average SQFT 3,476
Average $/SQFT $210

Median Days on Market: 46 days. Waterfront homes don’t last for long!

Looking for a waterfront property? Start your search here.

Have a home on the water you want to sell?  We specialize in selling homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Filed under: Market Reports | News | Waterfront

Ridgefield, WA offers Nature as Neighbors

If you are looking for a home with a view, privacy, and surrounded by nature, then you should consider homes in Ridgefield, WA. Nature and recreation go well together in Ridgefield where the National Wildlife Refuge serves as the city’s backyard and is a haven for wildlife and nature lovers. You can tour via kayak or canoe along a 21-mile water trail between downtown and the Columbia River. One of our favorite events is BirdFest and Bluegrass – a celebration welcoming the birds back to their winter home. It includes hiking, crafts, food, birding tours, and, of course, music!

Point of Interest: The Cathlapotle Plankhouse, built by more than 100 volunteers over a period of two years, is based on findings from the archaeological site and other historical references. Visitors will feel a tangible link to those who lived here in the past and it provides a unique site for the interpretation of the natural and cultural heritage preserved on the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge.

Here is a Market Report for ViewHomes™ over $400,000 in Ridgefield:

16 Active Listings – $465,000 to $2,900,000
Average SQFT – 3,997
Average $/SQFT – $249

9 Pending – $429,000 to $1,150,000
Average SQFT- 3,099
Average $/SQFT – $231

11 Sold in last 3 Mos – $403,000 to $975,000
Average SQFT – 2,752
Average $/SQFT – $217

Median Days on Market – 63.  Homes sell quickly in Ridgefield!

If you are thinking of selling your home in Ridgefield, call us for a free pricing analysis.
If you are looking for a home in Ridgefield, start your search for ViewHomes™ of Clark County. 

Camas View Homes With Nature As Neighbors

Living in Camas, WA provides us with the luxury of nature as neighbors, with “elbow room for the soul”.  We all know about the rejuvenating powers of living close to nature and having privacy and space – add to that the daily pleasures of a fantastic view, and your home really becomes a retreat. An award-winning small-town lifestyle with easy access to city amenities, including close proximity to an international airport, makes Camas a very desirable area.

If you’re looking for a home with that is close to nature, but also close to city amenities, you should check out the Camas area.  Although you will see many new homes for sale, older homes tend to have larger lots and more room for a growing family, live-in relatives, or visiting friends. You’re also 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 with those we love, connect with nature, and live a lifestyle that helps rejuvenate our souls.

Market Report for ViewHomes™ in Camas, WA

27 Active Listings –  $400,000 to $1,687,500
Average SQFT 3,877
Average $/SQFT $210

16 Pending Listings – $485,000 to $1,350,000
Average SQFT: 4,034
Average $/SQFT $234

29 Sold in the last 3 months from  $400,000 to $1,350,000
Average SQFT 3,530
Average $/SQFT $205

Median Days on Market – 70 days.  View Homes in Camas move quickly!

If you are thinking about selling your home in Camas, call us for a free market analysis. We know this area well and know how to market your property for the best result!

If you’re looking for a home in Camas, WA, begin your Camas ViewHomes search here.

Filed under: Camas | Market Reports | News | View Homes

Views Homes in Felida, WA

Felida is a town in Clark County, WA that lies northwest of downtown Vancouver along the Columbia River.  It’s name has an interesting history. Once a quiet farming community, with older homes on large lots and acreage, it is evolving as a bustling community with many new subdivisions.  Most new houses these days are on smaller lots due to environmental, zoning, and economic considerations, but a few exceptions can be found.  Many of the homes in Felida feature views of Vancouver Lake,The Columbia River, Salmon Creek, or peaceful territorial vistas.

Salmon Creek Greenway Trail Offers Nature as Neighbors

Even with all the development in the area, Felida still enjoys a natural, verdant environment. For example, Salmon Creek Greenway Trail stretches almost 4 miles from the Felida bridge at NW 36th Avenue east to Salmon Creek Park. The trail lines a scenic natural preserve along meandering streams and wetlands. It offers runners, walkers, and bicyclists sightings of deer, rabbits, raccoons and all types of migratory birds.

After your walk or run, enjoy a nice meal at Farrar’s Bistro, a neighborhood grill  just a few miles away. It is a popular neighborhood spot, especially during their Happy Hour specials.

Market summary of ViewHomes™ in Felida:

21 Active Listings – $450,000 to $1,995,000
Average SQFT – 4,611
Average $/SQFT – $200

8 Pending – $425,000 to $1,625,000
Average SQFT – 4,020
Average $/SQFT – $204

12 Sold in last 3 Mos – $406,900 to $690,000
Average SQFT – 4,097
Average $/SQFT – $171

Median Days on Market was 66 days – homes in Felida do not last long!

If you are thinking about selling your home in Felida, contact us for a free market analysis of your home’s value.
If you are interested in buying a home in Felida, you can start your search here.

Filed under: Felida | Market Reports | News

You Can Have Nature as Neighbors in Hockinson

Lately we’ve notice a reversal of the “downsizing trend” by empty nesters several years ago.  So what happened? The biggest reason we hear now is “Room for grandkids to come and visit!”  That 1800 SqFt single-level works fine for just the two of them, but add overnight visitors, and there is too much chaos and lack of privacy – especially with kids.

Many are also looking for homes in the country to enjoy the benefits of privacy and nature, but still be close to city amenities – easy access to shopping, services, and good schools. They miss the yard space with play area for the grand kids, gardening, and private outdoor relaxation. Brush Prairie/Hockinson is a great area where we regularly find homes that meet this criteria.

Hockinson especially has all the amenities of a rural area – rolling hillsides, tracts of timber land, and large horse pastures. Yet, it is within easy driving distance of metropolitan amenities, including Portland International Airport right across the Columbia River. Combine privacy with the diversity of views, and you have a very popular area for homesites with nature as neighbors. This area is in the highly desirable Hockinson School District.

Market summary of ViewHomes™ in Hockinson:

13 Active Listings – $439,000 to $900,000
Average SQFT – 3,542
Average $/SQFT – $178

7 Pending – $550,000 to $1,550,000
Average SQFT- 3,910
Average $/SQFT – $199

15 Sold in last 3 Mos – $417,000 to $1,069,488
Average SQFT – 3,081
Average $/SQFT – $195

Median Days on Market – 42.  Homes sell quickly in Hockinson!

If you are thinking of selling your home in Hockinson, call us for a free pricing analysis.
If you are looking for a home to buy, start your search for ViewHomes™ of in Hockinson here. 

Filed under: Market Reports | View Homes

The Summit at Autumn Hills 

We enjoy selling and showing homes in The Summit at Autumn Hills neighborhood on Livingston Mountain. It’s one of our favorite neighborhoods to call home in Camas. It’s no wonder too. The Summit is surrounded by towering pines, alders, and wildlife. A true destination for the “Nature as Neighbors™” lifestyle.

Residents claim they get more days of sunshine, thanks to the higher elevation. And if you’re dreaming of a White Christmas, this neighborhood has a far greater chance of seeing that happen. While we can’t guarantee it, three Christmas’ out of last three years did have measurable snow on the ground.

The gated community is comprised of custom-homes on large 5-acre parcels, many with stunning views of the valley, mountains, and Portland city lights. The Summit at Autumn Hills is about 12 minutes from shopping and services and about 25 minutes from Portland International Airport. Children attend the highly rated Camas School District.

A network of trails for mountain biking, hiking, and horseback riding are managed by the neighborhood Homeowners Association. Speaking of the HOA, there are Bylaws, Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, as well as, Architectural Controls and Guidelines designed to ensure community values are maintained. Dues are $800 a year.

Sales Activity 

There is currently one home listed for Sale in The Summit: It’s a 5 bedroom 3.5 bath home built in 1997. It needs some updates but has excellent bones. It’s priced at $1,125,000. It’s vacant and easy to show. Call us if you’d like a tour. 

There is one Pending at $1,299,000. We won’t know the final pricing until it’s closed.

There have been 7 Solds within the last six months:  They are priced from a low of $625,000 to a high of $1,250,000. As with most properties, final pricing often reflects the condition/age of the home. 

The Bottom Line

We agree with our clients, the ultimate luxury is having “elbow room for the soul™.” It’s the reason we specialize in ViewHomes™ of Clark County. If theNature As Neighbors lifestyle appeals to you, call us today to discuss your goals. A home in the Summit at Autumn Hills on Livingston Mountain might be just what you’re looking for…

Filed under: Market Reports | View Homes

Camas View Homes With Nature As Neighbors

Living in Camas, WA provides us with the luxury of nature as neighbors, with “elbow room for the soul”.  We all know about the rejuvenating powers of living close to nature and having privacy and space – add to that the daily pleasures of a fantastic view, and your home really becomes a retreat. An award-winning small-town lifestyle with easy access to city amenities, including close proximity to an international airport, makes Camas a very desirable area.

If you’re looking for a home with that is close to nature, but also close to city amenities, you should check out the Camas area.  Although you will see many new homes for sale, older homes tend to have larger lots and more room for a growing family, live-in relatives, or visiting friends. You’re also 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 with those we love, connect with nature, and live a lifestyle that helps rejuvenate our souls.

Market Report for ViewHomes™ in Camas, WA

14 Active Listings –  $400,000 to $1,687,500
Average SQFT 3,663
Average $/SQFT $218

9 Pending Listings – $485,000 to $1,350,000
Average SQFT: 4,072
Average $/SQFT $225

11 Sold in the last 3 months from  $400,000 to $1,300,000
Average SQFT 3,367
Average $/SQFT $203

Median Days on Market – 41 days.  View Homes in Camas move quickly!

If you are thinking about selling your home in Camas, call us for a free market analysis. We know this area well and know how to market your property for the best result!

If you’re looking for a home in Camas, WA, begin your Camas ViewHomes search here.

Filed under: Camas | Market Reports

Living On Waterfront With Nature As Neighbors

Whether it’s a river, bay, creek or pond, waterfront properties have a built-in natural asset many buyers want. Some want easy access to boating and active water sports. Others just want a peaceful place to enjoy the relaxed, meditative environment. During summer months waterfront property is a great source of activity and escape from the heat.  During winter months, it can be a source of reflection and solace.

Buying or Selling Waterfront Requires Expertise

While Clark County offers opportunities for waterfront living, the challenges of regulations, market demand, and a limited inventory have made this a limited, and specialized market. Regulations designed to protection our watersheds restrict the development of shoreline properties with tight footprints, setbacks, and mitigation requirements. Even creeks are regulated in certain protected watersheds, so this can cause frustration for anyone trying to build or expand a house along a natural waterway.

Whether you are looking for, or want to sell, waterfront property, you should work with a broker who has experience in this specialized market and knows how to achieve that perfect outcome for you.

Market Summary of ViewHomes™ of Clark County on Waterfront

45 Active from $419,000 to $1,800,000
Average SQFT 3,628
Average $/SQFT $233

23 Pending from $415,000 to $1,500,000
Average SQFT 3,522
Average $/SQFT $195

42 Sold in past 3 months from $405,000 to $2,650,000
Average SQFT 3,221
Average $/SQFT $229

Median Days on Market: 62 days. Homes on the water don’t last for long!

Looking for a waterfront property? Start your search here.

Have a home on the water you want to sell?  We specialize in selling homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Filed under: Market Reports | News | Waterfront

Find Nature As Neighbors in Washougal

Clark County, WA has many fine areas where you can find homes with acreage and “nature as neighbors”, yet still have easy access to city amenities. Washougal is one of those popular areas where you can find privacy on a little acreage with “elbow room for the soul.”  You can also find properties right along the water, which is always a bonus.

Washougal is Chinook For “Rushing Water”

The town’s namesake, the Washougal River, starts its 33-mile run from Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains and flows into the Columbia River through the towns of Camas and Washougal. About 63% of its watershed is forested, which accounts for its pristine water quality and excellent recreation and fishing activities – and its rural quality. As the “Gateway to the Columbia Gorge”, the diverse topography of riverfront and rolling foothills offer many opportunities for gratifying views.  

Combine the luxury of privacy with the diversity of views, and you have a very popular area for homesites. Washougal view homes are in the highly desirable Camas and Washougal School Districts. 

Market summary of ViewHomes™ above $400,000 in Washougal, WA   

32 Active from $465,000 to $4,900,000
Average SQFT – 3,829

Average $/SQFT – $244

9 Pending from $449,900 to $999,900
AverageSQFT – 3,447
Average $/SQFT – $183

15 Sold in last 3 Months from $416,000 to $775,000
Average SQFT – 2,687
Average $/SQFT – $204

Average Days on Market was 81 days – properties in Washougal don’t last long!

Looking for a view home in Washougal, WA? Start your search here.

Have a home in Washougal you want to sell?  We sell homes with “Nature As Neighbors.”

Filed under: Market Reports | News | Washougal

Ridgefield, WA offers Nature as Neighbors

Are you looking for a home with a view, privacy, and surrounded by nature?  Then you should consider homes in Ridgefield, Clark County, WA. Ridgefield has an inviting small town atmosphere. An easy stroll downtown gives you access to historic landmarks, charming shops, restaurants, a community library and beautiful parks.  The city is finishing a recreational loop system of pathways to connect downtown with neighborhoods, parks, schools, and the waterfront.

Recreation is plentiful in Ridgefield where the National Wildlife Refuge serves as the city’s backyard and is a haven for wildlife and nature lovers. You can tour via kayak or canoe along a 21-mile water trail between downtown and the Columbia River. One of our favorite events is BirdFest and Bluegrass – a celebration welcoming the birds back to their winter home. It includes hiking, crafts, food, birding tours, and, of course, music!

We specialize in ViewHomes of Clark County™ and our clients share our appreciation for Nature As Neighbors. A private retreat on acreage provides a serene and calm environment, and there’s room to garden, play with kids or grand kids, and enjoy frequent visits from wildlife. Its “elbow room for the soul.” Our clients are thrilled to find the perfect retreat with ever-changing views of the Wildlife Refuge.

Point of Interest: The Cathlapotle Plankhouse, built by more than 100 volunteers during a period of two years, is based on findings from the archaeological site and other historical references. Visitors will feel a tangible link to those who lived here in the past and it provides a unique site for the interpretation of the natural and cultural heritage preserved on the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge.

Here is a Market Report for ViewHomes™ over $400,000 in Ridgefield:

21 Active Listings – $449,000 to $2,900,000
Average SQFT – 3,786
Average $/SQFT – $263

6 Pending – $525,000 to $825,000
Average SQFT- 3,199
Average $/SQFT – $208

25 Sold in last 3 Mos – $400,000 to $1,080,000
Average SQFT – 3,367
Average $/SQFT – $208

Median Days on Market – 61.  Homes sell quickly in Ridgefield!

If you are thinking of selling your home in Ridgefield, call us for a free pricing analysis.
If you are looking for a home in Ridgefield, start your search for ViewHomes™ of Clark County. 

Filed under: Market Reports

MultiGen Living is a Major Trend

Multigenerational living, “multigen” for short, is on the rise in the U.S. It has long been a tradition in other countries, but in 2014 the Pew Research Center reported that a record 60.6 million Americans now live in multigen households. That is nearly one in 5 households. This trend continues today as the housing market responds to the demand for multigen homes.

Finding a Multigen Home Requires Expertise

It’s no coincidence that our specialty – view homes with “elbow room for the soul” – works well for multigen homes, too.  Sometimes they come with separate living quarters, sometimes they need to be modified. We understand and live the lifestyle, so we know how to find homes suited for this lifestyle.

It also helps to know what the market looks like when you start shopping for a multigen home.  Here is a snapshot of ViewHomes™ of Clark County with dual-living features, starting at $400,000 (Note: these averages do not include a spectacular $23,500,000 165-acre multigen property in Woodland, WA)

Market Report for Multigen ViewHomes™ in Clark County

62 Active Listings – $425,000 to $5,900,000
Average SQFT – 4,839
Average $/SQFT – $247

11 Pending – $420,000 to $1,650,000
Average SQFT- 3,544
Average $/SQFT – $190

28 Sold in last 3 Mos – $450,000 to $2,450,000
Average SQFT – 3,607
Average $/SQFT – $222

Median Days on Market was 57 days – multigen homes sell fast in this market! 

Buyers:
If you are looking for a home for multi-Gen living, you can start your search here.

Sellers:
If you have a home that has multi-gen features and you want to sell, call us – we are specialists in this field, and we have buyers ready to move!