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Clark County housing market heats up

Home prices continue to rise as available inventory steadily decreases

By Will Campbell, Columbian Associate Editor
Published: April 19, 2022, 6:05am
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A Pacific Lifestyle Homes subdivision is under construction at the intersection of Northwest 179th Street and Northwest 11th Avenue south of Ridgefield. While it will add to the available supply of homes in the county, the demand still far exceeds the supply, causing rising prices.
A Pacific Lifestyle Homes subdivision is under construction at the intersection of Northwest 179th Street and Northwest 11th Avenue south of Ridgefield. While it will add to the available supply of homes in the county, the demand still far exceeds the supply, causing rising prices. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

There were 18 showings on the first day for a Camas home that Jamie Benway wanted to buy last month.

Benway, 33, and her husband were living in a San Diego suburb condo for the last four years before buying their new home in Camas to be closer to family.

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