Black Friday for the DC and NOVA area just got a little more convenient and a lot more fun with the grand opening of the
Now that it’s cooled off in our area it’s time to enjoy the sunny crisp days before the chill of winter by heading out of
Sellers are asking, “Is this a good time to sell my home in Northern Virginia?” Good question, and I have the answer: ABSOLUTELY!! Just look
The Springfield market is showing an active selling season despite all the rain we’ve been having. You’ll notice property prices continue to rise and buyers
Buyers are asking, “Where can I find a home to buy in Northern Virginia”? That’s a good question, and I have the answer – “New
It’s that time of the year when more houses come onto the market and this year is no exception. Ashburn has a great selection of homes and almost all of them are under 15 years old–the approximate age of the entire area. The greatest thing about Ashburn is that it is flush with such a huge diversity of homes, an individual or family can keep trading up or down in size and style without ever changing grocery stores!
When you consider that there were only about 20 selling days in February due to the two record back to back snow storms, to have more sales in February 2010 than 2009 speaks to the sense of urgency that buyers have as confidence returns to consumers in the Greater Washington, DC area.
Manassas Park City is located in Northern Virginia, and is nestled in between Manassas City and Prince William County. It is a mixture of old post World War II homes and new homes. Manassas Park is strategically located close to Virginia Route 28 and the Prince William Parkway, which makes it an easy commute to Fairfax, Woodbridge, and points west of Prince William County.
In Caroline County, closed sales increased 45.5% and the average days on market decreased 53.3%, which is great news. Homes that are priced right, in good condition, and in a good location are starting to sell much quicker. The percentage of original sales price increased 9.6%, meaning sellers are receiving much better offers.
December 2009 had 635 listings ,down 33% from 952 in 2008. For the entire year in 2009, there were 11, 312 listings, down 33% from almost 17,00 from the previous year. Meanwhile, 542 homes closed in 2009, compared to almost 1,000 in 2008. A total of 8,654 homes closed in all of 2009.