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N.Va. homes-sales market returning to more seasonal norms

Despite a year-over-year drop, home sales across Northern Virginia last month were strong when compared to other Septembers over most of the past decade, although there are signs the previously overheated market continues to return to a degree of...

Fairfax home sales show both strength and seasonality

Excepting 2020 (the reason being explained down below), Fairfax County’s real-estate market had its strongest September in a decade this year, with larger-than-normal sales totals and still-increasing (if not booming) prices across various market segments. Whether this modest momentum can...

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...

Homes across region finding buyers at brisk pace

The figures may head higher as the market cools slightly, but for the first eight months of the year, homes were selling at a brisk pace, according to new data. Leading the pack were Loudoun and Prince William counties, where...

‘Balance’ is back in N.Va. homes market

A “more balanced” homes market between buyers and sellers isn’t the worst thing in the world. In fact, it can be healthy. And that’s the phase the local area appears to be moving back into. “Homes continue to sell at a...

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...

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...

Fairfax, Philly neck and neck for real-estate supremacy

Fairfax County remains in the hunt for real-estate supremacy in the Mid-Atlantic, but will have to jump past Philadelphia to get there. With 13,331 home sales during the first eight months of the year, Fairfax is slightly behind the City...

Cooling may be coming to Fairfax homes market

A slight cooling potentially could be on the horizon, but July’s real-estate market across Fairfax County remained strong. A total of 1,852 properties went to closing across the county last month, up 5.5 percent from 1,756 a year before, according...

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...
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