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Survey says: About a quarter of Realtors earn $100K or more

Despite the pandemic, 2020 saw the highest number of homes sold nationally (5.64 million) since 2006. And while some real-estate professionals are getting rich, it remains a largely middle-class profession, according to new data from the National Association of...

Regional home-value appreciation still in double digits

The Washington region’s year-over-year home-value-appreciation rate is tracking right along with its national counterpart, according to new data. With a typical home value of $498,649, the D.C. region was up 11.5 percent in April compared to a year before, according...

In sellers’ market, buyers sometimes have to get creative

Cash is, and probably always will be, king when it comes to moving your offer for a home to the top of the list. But there are some other strategies, as well. In a survey of Zillow Premier Agents, more than...

Survey says: Treehouses among amenities adding value to homes

Want to maximize your home-value? When considering the outside, don’t add a pool – add a treehouse. That seemingly old-fashioned appurtenance added 2.2 percent to the expected value of homes that have sold recently, according to an analysis of sales...

Inventory crunch continues in Va. homes market

More Virginians are putting their homes on the market, but they keep being snapped up so fast that inventory remains at anemic levels, according to new data. Meanwhile, median sales prices continue to rise by double-digit figures, according to figures...

Region continues to see strong home-value appreciation

Year-over-year appreciation for single-family homes in the Washington region continues but remains slightly below the national average, according to new figures from the National Association of Realtors. The median sales price of an existing single-family home in the D.C. region...

Sellers continue to hold upper hand in homes market

Attempts at year-over-year comparisons are becoming somewhat superfluous owing to the start of the pandemic last spring, but Arlington’s real-estate market continues to show exceptional strength in terms of sales, though more spotty performance in terms of prices. A total...

Many home-sellers still getting more than they ask for

The real-estate frenzy across the Washington area continues to result in many properties selling for more than listing price, and the outer suburbs are seeing this trend most significantly. Sellers in Prince William County garnered 103 percent of original listing...

Regional ‘Home-Demand Index’ rises for May

A statistical analysis of the local real-estate market sees not just the springtime thermometer on the rise, but the already spicy local market further heating up. The T3 Home Demand Index, created by the Mid-Atlantic multiple-listing service Bright MLS, uses...

Va. home sales keep rolling right along

The median home-sales price across Virginia was higher by nearly 10 percent in March from a year before, while the total number of sales was up nearly as much, according to new data. A total of 11,518 properties went to...
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New School Board member receives liaison assignments

New Arlington School Board member Bethany Sutton has her assignments. School Board members on Feb. 2 are expected to approve...
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