Detached in Demand: The Palisades Housing Market, By the Numbers
UrbanTurf continues its annual look at the neighborhood housing markets around the DC region as we head over to Palisades, which sits between MacArthur Boulevard and Potomac River.
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Unlike the majority of neighborhoods in DC, Palisades saw home prices drop ever so slightly this year. However, that was not the case for large detached homes, which saw prices rise about 7% and sell on average in about ten days. Home sales overall are up significantly from last year which means that there isn't a large supply of homes on the market currently.
Below UrbanTurf plucked out several other interesting stats about the Palisades market.
- $1.17 million -- The median home price in Palisades, a drop of 3% compared to 2020.
- $2.084 million -- The median home price for a detached home with 4+ bedrooms, an increase of 7.3% compared to 2020.
- 50 -- The number of homes sold in Palisades this year, up 60% compared to last year.
- 1.0 -- The months of supply of homes for sale in the second quarter of 2021, down 17% compared to last year.
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/detached-in-demand-the-palisades-housing-market-by-the-numbers/18613.
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