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Supply And Demand

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Supply And Demand, from most recent to least.

In DC’s Seller’s Market, Home Price Reductions Less Common

In DC’s Seller’s Market, Home Price Reductions Less Common

Nena Perry-Brown | July 10th 2020

A new report out from Zillow reveals that fewer listings on the market are seeing price cuts in 2020 compared to previous years. ... read »

63,000 New Households: Montgomery County’s Housing Needs, By the Numbers

63,000 New Households: Montgomery County’s Housing Needs, By the Numbers

Nena Perry-Brown | June 8th 2020

The county's Housing Needs Assessment examines the current housing market and projects housing demand up to the year 2045. ... read »

Apartment Absorption Was Up in the DC-Area, Then COVID Arrived

Apartment Absorption Was Up in the DC-Area, Then COVID Arrived

Nena Perry-Brown | April 22nd 2020

The first quarter of 2020 may be the only this year with strong absorption. ... read »

Where New Apartments Are Renting the Fastest in the DC Area

Where New Apartments Are Renting the Fastest in the DC Area

Nena Perry-Brown | November 18th 2019

While absorption remains high areawide, the latest data shows suburban Maryland and northern Virginia carrying the weight. ... read »

Four More Years: DC Area Homeowners Are Staying Put Longer

Four More Years: DC Area Homeowners Are Staying Put Longer

Nena Perry-Brown | November 4th 2019

In the DC region and most metro areas nationwide, homeowners are staying put for longer. ... read »

Housing Construction Lags Behind Job Creation in DC, Per Report

Housing Construction Lags Behind Job Creation in DC, Per Report

Nena Perry-Brown | August 1st 2019

A new report states that construction of new housing has kept pace with job-induced demand in the DC area, but not so much in DC proper. ... read »

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