This year, the Covid-19 pandemic upended our lives and had drastic impacts on the real estate industry, and most importantly, people's personal housing situations. With that in mind, UrbanTurf wrapped up 2020 with an abbreviated Year-in-Review series.
Below are UrbanTurf’s Year in Review posts for those that missed them. And to all our readers, have a safe and happy holiday!
- The Best Listing of 2020 (For the Mere Mortal)
- The Little Change in 2020 That Could Have a Big Impact on DC Alleys
- The Wildest Attempt in 2020 to Give Some of Virginia Back to DC
- The Best Plan to Deck Over a Street in DC
- Bezos, Scherzer, Howard: The Year in Celebrity Real Estate in DC
- The Best Listing of 2020 (For the Well-Paid Lobbyist)
- The Bill Proposed in 2020 That Could Have the Biggest Impact on Housing in the DC Region
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This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/urbanturfs-2020-year-in-review/17693.
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