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Clark County sees high demand for large, expensive houses

By Anthony Macuk, Columbian business reporter
Published: February 10, 2021, 6:00am
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Reynaldo Sotelo, left, and Simeon Chavez of Gecho Construction lend a hand at a home being built at Parklands at Camas Meadows. The home under construction will be 8,000 square feet, part of a trend toward physically larger homes during the pandemic.
Reynaldo Sotelo, left, and Simeon Chavez of Gecho Construction lend a hand at a home being built at Parklands at Camas Meadows. The home under construction will be 8,000 square feet, part of a trend toward physically larger homes during the pandemic. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

The Camas-area house was just under 7,300 square feet, the biggest that Connor Zuvich had ever listed for sale. He was prepared to be patient; it’s not unusual for houses of that size to sit on the market for months, and this particular house had taken about a year to find a buyer when it sold in 2016.

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