Located to the south of Washington, DC, Fredericksburg has everything from acres of land and suburban neighborhoods to a historic downtown area. Learn more about Fredericksburg, Virginia and how it offers big city amenities while keeping its small town feel.
There are currently 107 homes for sale in the City of Fredericksburg. There are more than a handful available in the historic district, which provides a really good opportunity to move downtown.
As with most area localities, the City of Fredericksburg is showing a year-to-date increase in pending sales due to the number of short sales in various stages of negotiation. Though not reflected in the data above, there has been a year-to-date drop in sale price of about 28% that can be attributed to the number of foreclosure sales. However, sale prices in the historic district have decreased at a lesser rate.
Historic City of Fredericksburg, sandwiched between Stafford and Spotsylvania Counties, is showing an increase in listings thus far in 2009. We have seen a 20.6% increase in July 2009 over July 2008, and an overall growth of 1.1% year-to-date. The July median price of $300,000 in Fredericksburg is lower than average for the larger market area and reflects a 9.6% drop from one year ago.