Housing & Income
Property values are continually rising. Citizens enjoy better income equality than the national average.
- The price of homes for sale in Clark County Washington rose almost 10% in 2017.
- Median sale price of $345,000 in January 2018.
- 56.5% of homes priced between 200-400k, 29.9% nationally.
- Median household income of $74,700.
- 34.2% of the population makes between 50-100k, 30.1% nationally.
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Clark County businesses are tied fairly heavily to the success of the area. The county’s employment base declined by 6% during the 2001 recession but by the end of 2015 employment was 9% over its pre-recession peak, while the nation was only up 3%.
- At the turn of the twenty-first century (2000) the county’s top three employers were construction, services, and government.
- Construction 20%
- Services 22%
- Government 20%
- Recent reports (2015) show Clark County’s top three employers shifted to healthcare and social services, retail trade, and manufacturing.
- Healthcare and social services 13.1%
- Retail trade 11.4%
- Manufacturing 11.3%
Thinking about moving here? Use these tools to help in your decision. We’re here to help so don’t be afraid to reach out to us.
- Talk to us – We know the area, Clark County is our home
- Washington State self sufficiency calculator
- Clark public utility energy calculators