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Zillow

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

The DC-Area’s Lowest-Priced Homes Saw the Highest Growth in Value in the Past Year

The DC-Area’s Lowest-Priced Homes Saw the Highest Growth in Value in the Past Year

Nena Perry-Brown | April 1st 2021

A new Zillow study further illustrates the plight of the first-time and/or low-income homebuyers. ... read »

What a $15,000 Homebuyers Credit Could Do in the DC Area

What a $15,000 Homebuyers Credit Could Do in the DC Area

Nena Perry-Brown | March 17th 2021

The advanceable tax credit proposed by President Biden wouldn't cover the typical down payment in the DC area. ... read »

The Pandemic Made More Million-Dollar Cities

The Pandemic Made More Million-Dollar Cities

Nena Perry-Brown | January 11th 2021

A new report by Zillow shows that 45 more cities became million-dollar housing markets last year. ... 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 »

Free Rent? Over Six in 10 DC-Area Rental Listings Offer a Concession

Free Rent? Over Six in 10 DC-Area Rental Listings Offer a Concession

Nena Perry-Brown | November 18th 2020

The DC metro area continues to top the nation in concessions offered this year. ... read »

Free Rent? DC Area Leads the Way When It Comes to Rental Concessions

Free Rent? DC Area Leads the Way When It Comes to Rental Concessions

Nena Perry-Brown | September 9th 2020

A new Zillow study states that 57% of DC-area rental listings in July included at least one concession. ... read »

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 »

After a Nosedive, Property Showings Are Rebounding in DC

After a Nosedive, Property Showings Are Rebounding in DC

Nena Perry-Brown | April 23rd 2020

A month after home showings dropped in DC in the wake of physical distancing guidelines, new data shows a rebound in April for both in-person... read »

The 10% Modern Farmhouse Premium

The 10% Modern Farmhouse Premium

UrbanTurf Staff | March 4th 2020

Could your home be described as a "modern farmhouse"? If so, it may enhance the price when you decide to sell.  ... read »

One in Four People Looking at Homes in the DC Area Don’t Live Here

One in Four People Looking at Homes in the DC Area Don’t Live Here

Nena Perry-Brown | February 3rd 2020

A new study doubles down on recent data showing that more than 25% of searches of DC-area homes originate elsewhere. ... read »

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