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Housing Market

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Housing Market, from most recent to least.

A Look at the DC Area's Paltry Housing Inventory That Might Last For Years

A Look at the DC Area's Paltry Housing Inventory That Might Last For Years

Nena Perry-Brown | Mar 24th

UrbanTurf takes a closer look at how much inventory was available for sale last month throughout the region.... read»

Escalations and Exhaustion: The Unseasonably Hot DC Area Housing Market

Escalations and Exhaustion: The Unseasonably Hot DC Area Housing Market

Nena Perry-Brown | Feb 11th

Both anecdotes and data point to a local housing market where the competition is staggering.... read»

The Differences Between the Hot Housing Market in 2021 and the 2008 Bubble

The Differences Between the Hot Housing Market in 2021 and the 2008 Bubble

Nena Perry-Brown | May 6th

With 46 million people reaching the median homebuying age over the next decade, demand is only expected to intensify.... read»

The Price is Right? How Home Pricing and Buying Strategies Are Changing in DC's Competitive Market

The Price is Right? How Home Pricing and Buying Strategies Are Changing in DC's Competitive Market

Nena Perry-Brown | Feb 26th

The hyper-competitive, ever-shifting conditions of the DC-area housing market are changing strategies on the buying and selling side.... read»

In the DC Housing Market, Winter is the New Spring

In the DC Housing Market, Winter is the New Spring

Nena Perry-Brown | Jan 29th

For now at least, the market no longer hews to the traditional seasonal cycles.... read»

Higher Housing Prices, Housing Starts and Interest Rates: NAR Housing Predictions For 2021

Higher Housing Prices, Housing Starts and Interest Rates: NAR Housing Predictions For 2021

Nena Perry-Brown | Dec 11th

Here are some of the predictions for 2021 that emerged from the National Association of Realtors' Real Estate Forecast Summit.... read»

The Return of Concessions and an Abundance of Options: DC Shows Glints of Being Buyer-Friendly

The Return of Concessions and an Abundance of Options: DC Shows Glints of Being Buyer-Friendly

Nena Perry-Brown | Nov 1st

While DC remains a ways off from being a buyer's market, the fall housing market is far less frenzied than in recent years.... read»

Since 2000, the DC Region Added Twice as Many People as Housing Units

Since 2000, the DC Region Added Twice as Many People as Housing Units

Nena Perry-Brown | May 17th

A recently-released report takes stock of how the regional housing market has evolved since 2000.... read»

How the Government Shutdown Could Impact the DC-Area Housing Market

How the Government Shutdown Could Impact the DC-Area Housing Market

Nena Perry-Brown | Jan 18th

As the shutdown hits day 28, UrbanTurf considers how the local housing market may be affected.... read»

$892 Billion: The Reported Worth of DC Area Residential Real Estate

$892 Billion: The Reported Worth of DC Area Residential Real Estate

Nena Perry-Brown | Jan 7th

The metrowide market gained nearly $27 billion last year.... read»

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