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Trulia Trends

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

Which Five DC Areas Became Million-Dollar Neighborhoods This Year?

Which Five DC Areas Became Million-Dollar Neighborhoods This Year?

Nena Perry-Brown | November 9th 2018

And guess which one returned to million-dollar neighborhood status after taking a year off. ... read »

Trulia: Buying 27 Percent Cheaper than Renting in the DC Area

Trulia: Buying 27 Percent Cheaper than Renting in the DC Area

Nena Perry-Brown | August 6th 2018

The newest Trulia analysis states that buying continues to be cheaper than renting in the DC area, albeit by a smaller margin. ... read »

DC Area Starter Homes Continue to Lose Market Share

DC Area Starter Homes Continue to Lose Market Share

Nena Perry-Brown | March 23rd 2018

Starter homes in the region now account for just about 1 in 4 listings on the market. ... read »

Where Did The Grass Go?

Where Did The Grass Go?

Nena Perry-Brown | October 18th 2017

While micro-units may have been in vogue a year or two ago, a new study by Trulia shows that homes built nationwide are taking up more of the lots... read »

How Trump’s Tax Proposal Would Affect DC Area Households

How Trump’s Tax Proposal Would Affect DC Area Households

Nena Perry-Brown | May 17th 2017

As a funding measure has passed and new tax reform is being proposed, Trulia is examining how Trump's tax proposal might impact homebuying. ... read »

83% of DC Homes Have Passed Their Pre-Recession Peak Value

83% of DC Homes Have Passed Their Pre-Recession Peak Value

UrbanTurf Staff | May 3rd 2017

Since the housing crisis, 34 percent of homes nationwide have seen their value exceed pre-recession peaks. The recovery in DC proper has been over... read »

HOA Fees Rise Almost 50 Percent in the DC Area in Last Decade

HOA Fees Rise Almost 50 Percent in the DC Area in Last Decade

Nena Perry-Brown | March 17th 2017

A recent study by Trulia shows that homeowners association fees have risen dramatically nationwide between 2005-2015. While this trend also holds... read »

Report: DC Residents Can Save 36 Percent on Rent with a Roommate

Report: DC Residents Can Save 36 Percent on Rent with a Roommate

Nena Perry-Brown | February 23rd 2017 | 1 Comment

A recent study by Trulia proves the conventional wisdom that renting with a roommate saves money, with data showing that renters can spend up to 36... read »

The Muted Enthusiasm for McMansions in the DC Area

The Muted Enthusiasm for McMansions in the DC Area

Nena Perry-Brown | August 30th 2016

Trulia has released a study examining how the premium to purchase a McMansion, which was once in high demand and epitomized the suburban lifestyle,... read »

The Starter Home in the DC Area Continues to Disappear

The Starter Home in the DC Area Continues to Disappear

Nena Perry-Brown | June 21st 2016

Starter homes continue to decrease as a share of the housing market in the DC area, dropping from 27.7 percent of the market to 23.3 percent. ... read »

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