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Most Popular Posts - Ever

Following are the most popular UrbanTurf articles ever, from most to least popular.

First-Timer Primer: Tax Relief for DC Homeowners

First-Timer Primer: Tax Relief for DC Homeowners

UrbanTurf Staff | August 1st 2023

When you buy a home in the District, you will have to pay property taxes along with your mortgage and homeowner's insurance. Luckily, DC has a few way... read»

Columbia Heights: DC's Most Diverse Neighborhood, But For How Long?

Columbia Heights: DC's Most Diverse Neighborhood, But For How Long?

Amanda Abrams | March 31st 2011

The demographic, residential and retail make-up of Columbia Heights has changed notably over the past decade. But with the northwest neighborhood stil... read»

First-Timer Primer: A Condo Fee Tutorial

First-Timer Primer: A Condo Fee Tutorial

UrbanTurf Staff | June 27th 2023

Why condo fees are high in some buildings and low in others can be a difficult question to answer. UrbanTurf provides a quick tutorial for buyers on t... read»

$275,000 to $625,000: The Anatomy of a DC Property Auction

$275,000 to $625,000: The Anatomy of a DC Property Auction

Shilpi Paul | April 19th 2013

On Thursday afternoon, a property auction in LeDroit Park illustrated the truly frenzied nature of DC's housing market. ... read»

Unique Spaces: The Most Intriguing Loft in DC

Unique Spaces: The Most Intriguing Loft in DC

UrbanTurf Staff | October 2nd 2013

UrbanTurf has covered a number of extraordinary residential conversions over the years, but we recently got a sneak peek at a property that may set th... read»

The Splitting the Rent Formula

The Splitting the Rent Formula

Shilpi Paul | December 3rd 2013

When sharing an apartment or group house, it only seems fair that those in bigger rooms should pay a higher share of the rent. But, how do you factor ... read»

Greater Greater Washington's DC Metro-Circulator Map

Greater Greater Washington's DC Metro-Circulator Map

Mark Wellborn | March 31st 2009

Greater Greater Washington has put together a very impressive map that combines the new DC Circulator routes with the existing DC Metro system. Check ... read»

The Discussion Continues: Congress Considers Height Act

The Discussion Continues: Congress Considers Height Act

UrbanTurf Staff | December 2nd 2013

On Monday, a congressional committee considered the two sets of recommendations regarding the future of building heights in the nation's capital. Howe... read»

Petition Launches For DC's New Union Market

Petition Launches For DC's New Union Market

Shilpi Paul | April 22nd 2013

For months, neighbors have been eying an empty, government-owned warehouse in Capitol Riverfront with dreams of turning it into an artisanal market si... read»

Unique Spaces: Logan Circle's Most Intriguing Garage

Unique Spaces: Logan Circle's Most Intriguing Garage

UrbanTurf Staff | May 3rd 2017

Gregg Schultz and Joe Riddle lived in one of Logan Circle's most eye-catching homes. ... read»

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