Camas 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”.
ViewHomes are good for you!
Likewise, you are more likely to have space for that garden or just a quiet place with privacy - elbow room for the soul. ViewHomes in Camas offer you opportunities to spend more time with those you love, connect with nature, and live a lifestyle that helps rejuvenate.
More and more studies support the premise that access to nature improves our physical, emotional and mental health. Just looking a soothing scenes is good for us. Imagine what living immersed in nature can do for you.
Camas also has great schools, it's an important consideration for many, even those of us who don't have school age children at home. A community that places import on education, parks and trails, art and music is designed to help its residents thrive.
We are also big fans of charming downtown Camas. Along its tree-lined streets, you'll find small boutiques, a variety of eateries, yoga and exercise studios, salons, and a multitude of other service providers. Chances are, you'll find what you need in Camas, without the hassles of trying to find a parking spot.
Here is the May Market Report for Camas Home Sales:
Median Days on Market was 32 days – down from 44 days in April.