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Philly lengthens home-sales lead over Fairfax County

With three quarters of the year down and one left to go, Philadelphia has slightly lengthened its lead over Fairfax County for real-estate supremacy in the Mid-Atlantic region. With 1,573 residential transactions going to closing last month, the City of...

Local homes market getting back to normal ebb, flow

Newly released home-sales data from across the Washington region suggest that the market isn’t quite yet back to its normal seasonal ebb and flow, although it is headed in that direction. Compared to a year before, sales in September were...

Regional homes market sees strong first two-thirds of year

Northern Virginia’s home-sales market has not only outperformed the unusual 2020 market during the first eight months of the year, but also is significantly ahead of more normal-year markets of the past, as well. The five largest jurisdictions across the...

Single-family sales prices still well above $1M in Arlington

Arlington’s real-estate market, which has been hot since the summer of 2020, is showing signs of cooling off, but prices in the single-family sector are holding steady, according to new data. A total of 299 properties went to closing in...

Regional homes market cooling, but nowhere near cool

After a year in which the local real-estate market was turned higgledy-piggledy – first shut down briefly by COVID, then roaring back to life with a vengeance – it appears to be settling back into a more normal seasonality. And...

Fairfax homes market may be cooling, but prices still on rise

Fairfax County’s real-estate market shows signs that cooling may be in the offing, but the average single-family-home price remains within shooting distance of the $1 million mark, according to new data. A total of 1,719 properties went to closing in...

Except for condos, Arlington homes market remains warm to hot

While a forward-looking analysis of the Arlington real-estate market shows cooling conditions, parts of the county remain red-hot. In particular, ZIP codes 22204, 22201 and 22206 showed above-average strength in the updated T3 Home Demand Index, issued by the Mid-Atlantic...

Arlington homes market shows ongoing strength

Home sales were solid although average prices in the single-family and townhouse sectors were relatively flat in July, as the Arlington market showed more oomph than most other localities across the region. Sales for the month totaled 342, up 21...

Home prices still rising on per-square-foot basis

Home-buyers in July shelled out more, on a per-square-foot basis, than they did a year before in nearly all jurisdictions across the Washington region. Leading the pack was the District of Columbia, where the average per-square-foot cost of $555 was...

County reports biggest year-over-year home-sales comeback

There are a number of factors at play, but among all major jurisdictions in the Mid-Atlantic region, Arlington has the highest year-over-year increase in year-to-date home sales, according to new data. Through July 31, there were 2,109 transactions going to...
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New Hunter Mill Road bridge to take another step forward

Fairfax County supervisors on Oct. 19 were slated to give the go-ahead for a project-administration agreement with the Virginia...
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