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Clark County home prices decline, but supply remains limited

November 20, 2022, 6:00am Clark County News

Clark County’s average home price continued to trend downward last month, providing a ray of hope for prospective homebuyers. But low inventory, declining sales and increased mortgage rates continue to… Read story

East Vancouver parcel to become 26 apartments

November 13, 2022, 6:04am Business

A townhome-style apartment development is in the works on Northeast 117th Avenue in east Vancouver. Read story

A "preferred concept" shows how the Camas' North Shore will likely develop: with a mix of residential (yellow, orange), mixed-use, commercial and mixed employment (brown, red, blue) uses near open space and parkland (green).

Camas North Shore Development to 2,900 residential units, 1,400 new jobs

A "preferred concept" shows how the Camas' North Shore will likely develop: with a mix of residential (yellow, orange), mixed-use, commercial and mixed employment (brown, red, blue) uses near open space and parkland (green).

November 13, 2022, 6:03am Business

Camas officials have approved a subarea plan that will guide future development in the city’s North Shore, a mostly undeveloped 990-acre area north of Lacamas Lake. Read story

The Broadway Apartments at 1901 Broadway were built in 2018 and are for sale at $9,542,926.

3 downtown Vancouver apartment complexes on the market

The Broadway Apartments at 1901 Broadway were built in 2018 and are for sale at $9,542,926.

November 2, 2022, 6:23pm Business

Three recently built apartment complexes in downtown Vancouver are for sale at a time when the market for developing and selling apartments is slowing down but still strong in the city. Read story

Warehouse Manager Lucas Salazr, left, and warehouse worker Chase Campbell, right, fill orders at Vancouver Bolt & Supply in 2019.  Demand for warehouse space like this supply company's have increased in recent years.

Clark County attracts warehouse developers as industry booms

Warehouse Manager Lucas Salazr, left, and warehouse worker Chase Campbell, right, fill orders at Vancouver Bolt & Supply in 2019.  Demand for warehouse space like this supply company's have increased in recent years.

October 26, 2022, 6:30am Business

What’s that big building going up in your neighborhood? Odds are it’s a warehouse. Read story

Riverside Townhomes, a 15-unit luxury development, is under construction near the Columbia River waterfront in Vancouver.

Clark County’s housing market continues to cool as low inventory offsets falling prices

Riverside Townhomes, a 15-unit luxury development, is under construction near the Columbia River waterfront in Vancouver.

October 26, 2022, 6:04am Business

Prices continued to fall in Clark County’s housing market in September, but high interest rates and low inventory are keeping homes out of reach for some prospective homebuyers. Read story

The Safe Stay community in east Vancouver opened in December 2021 on 51st Circle.

Vancouver to fight lawsuit against Stay Safe Community

The Safe Stay community in east Vancouver opened in December 2021 on 51st Circle.

October 25, 2022, 6:02am Business

Vancouver’s City Attorney’s Office is prepared to fight the lawsuit that developer Herontide II LLC filed last week against the city for blocking access to its development near the North Image Safe Stay Community. Read story

Panattoni Development Company has proposed building a warehouse along Northeast 152nd Avenue in Vancouver. The project would be a neighbor to the Burnt Creek Logistics Center, pictured here, currently under construction. The two facilities would look similar.

Panattoni proposes warehouse along N.E. 152nd Avenue in east Vancouver

Panattoni Development Company has proposed building a warehouse along Northeast 152nd Avenue in Vancouver. The project would be a neighbor to the Burnt Creek Logistics Center, pictured here, currently under construction. The two facilities would look similar.

October 4, 2022, 6:04am Business

A warehouse has been proposed at 6103 N.E. 152nd Ave. near the Burnt Creek Logistics Center currently under construction. Read story

Tenny Creek, a three-story, 40-unit assisted living facility that will provide critical housing and support for formerly homeless individuals with complex behavioral and physical health challenges, celebrated its grand opening in May.

Low-income housing and affordable housing: What’s the difference?

Tenny Creek, a three-story, 40-unit assisted living facility that will provide critical housing and support for formerly homeless individuals with complex behavioral and physical health challenges, celebrated its grand opening in May.

October 3, 2022, 6:05am Business

The terms low-income housing and affordable housing are often used interchangeably, causing confusion for many. Read story

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 While it may seem that cooperate homebuying is a problem, corporate purchases are actually low in Clark County, accounting for 618 of 24,624 purchases, or about 2.5 percent, of residential single-family home purchases between January 2020 and July of this year, according to the analysis of Clark County Assessor's Office data conducted by The Columbian.

Who is really buying all the housing in Clark County?

iStock.com/The Columbian illustration 
 While it may seem that cooperate homebuying is a problem, corporate purchases are actually low in Clark County, accounting for 618 of 24,624 purchases, or about 2.5 percent, of residential single-family home purchases between January 2020 and July of this year, according to the analysis of Clark County Assessor's Office data conducted by The Columbian.

October 2, 2022, 6:05am Business

As Clark County residents try to reconcile themselves to rapidly increasing rents and home prices, one possible villain has emerged in the popular imagination: corporate homebuyers. Read story