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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Northern Virginia real estate

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...

First half of year strong for N.Va. home sales

Home sales across Northern Virginia’s five largest jurisdictions were up a cumulative 21 percent during the first six months of the year compared to the same period in 2019, the last year before the COVID pandemic upended the local...

N.Va. home prices shoot up again in new data

Both average and median home-sales prices were up, year over year, in double digits in May, as inventory struggled to keep up with demand. The average sales price of all properties that changed hands for the month across the region...

Arlington tops in N.Va. per-square-foot home costs

Arlington leads the Northern Virginia pack as home-sellers across the Washington region continue to receive more, on a per-square-foot basis, in 2021 than they did in 2020, according to new data. In many cases, the increase is in double...

Single-family home prices near $1M average in county

Given that April 2020 represented perhaps the most chaotic period – societally and economically – of the pandemic pandemonium, it’s probably better to compare Fairfax County’s April 2021 home-sales figures with those of April 2019 instead. And by that measure,...

In N.Va., home-buyers circle the waters, waiting for new offerings

Northern Virginia’s home-buyers are putting their properties on the market at a strong clip, but the inventory continues to be overwhelmed by buyer demand, according to new data. “Buyers are competing intensely for new listings,” said Derrick Swaak, partner and...

Home-sellers picking up more on per-square-foot basis

Home-sellers across all the major jurisdictions of the Washington region in the first four months of 2021 received more, on a per-square-foot basis, than those selling their homes during the same period in 2020. All nine jurisdictions in a Sun...

Many N.Va. home-sellers getting more than asking price

The real-estate frenzy across the Washington area is causing many properties to sell for more than listing price, and it appears the outer suburbs are seeing this trend most significantly. Sellers in Prince William County garnered 102.38 percent of original...

N.Va. homes market sees ongoing strength in March

The juggernaut that has been in the Northern Virginia real-estate market rolled on in as winter sashayed into spring, with home sales up significantly and average sales prices also higher. “More housing inventory came on the market in March, yet...
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