Multigen Homes with Nature as Neighbors
We Specialize in view homes on acreage or large lots with "elbow room for the soul." Homes with space for privacy are often well-suited for multigenerational living. According to the most recent 2016 study by the Pew Research Center, 1 in 5 homes in the U.S. are now multigen. This trend is likely to continue as a way to care for the elderly in a rapidly aging population.
Many of our clients understand how living in nature soothes and calms, and enhances harmony within the family dynamics. Multigenerational lifestyles can offer a lot of support and joy - but it's not for everyone. Positive relationships to begin with, coupled with clear expectations and good communication, is imperative.
Some homes come with separate living quarters, some need to be modified to provide that space. We live in a multigen home, so we know how to find homes suited for this lifestyle.
Here is the February Market Report for Clark County homes suitable for multigen living:
(Note: Report is for homes priced $400,000 and above, and does not include a spectacular $12,000,000 165-acre multigen property in Woodland, WA) including the property would skew the results.