multigenhomes: Pros and Cons of MultiGen Living - Considerations Before Buying - 07/24/19 08:51 AM
The Pros and Cons of Multigen Living - Considerations before buying a house together. 
Two-generational and three-generational households are on the rise in the United States. A multigen household is defined as two or more generations of adults living the same house, or a shared property. As the only REALTORS® in Clark County, Washington who specialize in this niche, we know it's imperative for families to find a suitable house to share.
For example, the right property for an aging parent will need, at the minimum, a main-floor bedroom and a bathroom with safety additions such as grab bars beside the toilet and in … (23 comments)

multigenhomes: 2018 Holidays at Our Multi-gen Home - It's Almost a Wrap - 12/30/18 08:00 AM
Many of our friends and colleagues have asked how we are doing managing the holidays this year. You see, it's the first holiday season without dad. Naturally, he is missed and mom has moments where her emotions get the best of her. She's not alone in that, but, overall we're doing well. 
For the first time since I was a child, mom and I decorated our tree together. We drank herbal tea, listened to Christmas music, and had fun sharing stories about the ornaments as we placed them in the branches. I know dad would have loved watching us share this special task. 
Bernie and I did manage a quick getaway to … (22 comments)

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Debb Janes EcoBroker and Bernie Stea JD

REALTORS® in Clark County, WA

Camas, WA

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ViewHomes of Clark County - Nature As Neighbors

Address: 3200 SE 164th Avenue, Suite 301, Vancouver, WA, 98683

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Debb Janes and Bernie Stea have been a real estate team for over a decade in Clark County, WA, where they specialize in ViewHomes™, family estates, multi-generational living, and homes with large lots or acreage.




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