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Housing Market Trends

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

Quick Closings, Free Rent, and Big Escalations: What’s Behind DC’s Above Asking Deals

Quick Closings, Free Rent, and Big Escalations: What’s Behind DC’s Above Asking Deals

Nena Perry-Brown | June 4th 2021

With listings regularly selling for six figures above asking price in the DC area, UrbanTurf gathered some anecdotes from some of the agents... 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 2021

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

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 »

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