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Housing Market Trends

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

In the DC Housing Market, Winter is the New Spring

In the DC Housing Market, Winter is the New Spring

Nena Perry-Brown | January 29th 2021

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

Could 2021 Be the Strongest Year for the Housing Market Since 2005?

Could 2021 Be the Strongest Year for the Housing Market Since 2005?

Nena Perry-Brown | December 18th 2020

If you thought 2020 was a strong year for the housing market, 2021 may blow it out of the water. ... 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 | December 11th 2020

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

From Hollin Hills to Rockville, Mid-Century Modern Homes Pique Interest of DC-Area Buyers

From Hollin Hills to Rockville, Mid-Century Modern Homes Pique Interest of DC-Area Buyers

Nena Perry-Brown | November 10th 2020

Mid-century homes in the region are drawing a lot of interest from buyers. ... 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 | November 1st 2019

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 2019

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

Is a Lack of Recreational Cannabis Dispensaries Keeping DC Home Prices in Check?

Is a Lack of Recreational Cannabis Dispensaries Keeping DC Home Prices in Check?

Nena Perry-Brown | April 18th 2019

A recent study indicates that DC's homes values are growing slower than in other markets where marijuana is legal. ... read »

How the DC Housing Market Changed Since the Great Recession

How the DC Housing Market Changed Since the Great Recession

Nena Perry-Brown | September 14th 2018

Since August 2009, home prices in DC have risen by 50 percent while supply has dropped by half. ... read »

The DC Neighborhoods Where Home Prices Have Dropped the Most in 2018

The DC Neighborhoods Where Home Prices Have Dropped the Most in 2018

Nena Perry-Brown | August 17th 2018

Earlier this year, UrbanTurf took a look at the DC neighborhoods where home prices had appreciated the most in 2018. Today, we examine the areas... read »

Are the Ultra-Rich Ultra-Interested in Buying Homes in the DC Area?

Are the Ultra-Rich Ultra-Interested in Buying Homes in the DC Area?

Nena Perry-Brown | June 22nd 2018

Recent activity in the stratosphere of the DC area housing market has made the $35 million sale of the aptly-named Winds Falls estate last summer... read »

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