The Capitol Hill home on the left sold in 6 days.
In April, homes in the DC area were spending a median of 11 days on the market, the lowest level for the region in 8 years. But that statistic doesn’t really give a sense of how quickly the market is moving in specific zip codes and neighborhoods.
Corey Hart from RealEstate Business Intelligence provided UrbanTurf with a rundown of the ten DC zip codes where homes are selling the quickest. As the chart below reveals, homes in the zip codes that include neighborhoods like Capitol Hill, Mount Pleasant and Columbia Heights are moving the fastest, selling (on median) in under a week. Those areas were followed closely by the 20015, 20001 and 20009 zip codes.
As for the larger DC area, the data reveals that homes are flying off the market in Northern Virginia, particularly areas like Vienna, Alexandria and Sterling.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/the_top_10_dc_zip_codes_where_homes_are_flying_off_the_market/7067.
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