HHH (hot, humid, hazy) is how Washington is described during the summer, but don’t let the weather keep you from enjoying all that Washington has
Years ago as the holiday season approached, we looked forward to going “downtown” by trolley car to view the windows in the large department stores,
Looking back at the month of May, 2011; the real estate statistics for Washington, DC seem muddled. With the Total Sold Dollar Volume at $325,048,359, showing a loss of -5.05% over this same time last year and up +16.95% over the month before. I felt that something a little more visual would put things in perspective.
Looking at the Washington, DC housing prices in comparison to this time last year – everything seems to have increased. Total Sold Dollar Volume is up 4.65%. Average Sold Price is up for February to $465,272. I don’t like to see the Days on Market increase, but this maybe seasonal.
Did you know that the number of days on the market has dropped to an average of 78 days? This is down 8.24% since last year; the reason is the number of homes on the market has decreased. Less inventory means HIGHER PRICES. We are not out of the woods yet but it is getting better
I was reading an article today where the author wrote about how he often passes by a listing in his neighborhood listed by some real
WOW. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary, Shaun Donovan, said on Tuesday that the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) will allow its lenders to facilitate the
So, you ask, why now? What makes 2009 different than 2008? What has changed? Why should I invest in a home? Interest rates are at
Learn about the DC neighborhoods that are bucking the trends, as well as other neighborhoods to watch down the road.
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