At a recent Lake Chelan Rotary Club meeting, passionate community builder and real estate agent Guy Evans floated a voluntary approach that individuals could use to help make housing more affordable and attainable in their communities.

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Rufus Woods

Evans’ idea, which he said is based on an approach that is working in the community of Seaview on the Olympic Peninsula, involves homeowners voluntarily putting in place a deed restriction that, when a property is sold, 1% of the proceeds is donated to the Chelan Valley Housing Trust, a nonprofit community land trust that is working to make housing affordable and attainable in the valley.

Guy Evans

Guy Evans



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