UrbanTurf continues its annual look at the neighborhood housing markets around the DC region as we head over to West End, a downtown DC neighborhood known for its supply of high-end condos and co-ops.
Home prices dropped slightly in West End this year, but it comes on the heels of prices increasing by nearly 25% between 2020 and 2021. As prices dropped, home sales popped, rising nearly 30% year-over-year. The rising sales volume combined with fewer homes coming on the market brought the supply of homes for sale down significantly year-over-year.
Below UrbanTurf plucked out several other interesting stats about the West End market.
- $745,000 -- The median home price in West End this year, down 6% compared with 2021.
- 80 -- The number of homes sold in West End this year, up 29% compared to last year.
- $4 million -- The final sales price for a two-bedroom condo that sold in June, the priciest listing to sell this year.
- 2.73 -- The monthly supply of homes for sale in July, down 44% since July 2021.
- 98% -- The percentage of home sales that were condos or co-ops in 2022.
Photo courtesy of BTW Images.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/a-flurry-of-sales-the-west-end-housing-market-by-the-numbers/20005.
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