Real Estate Trends

McEnearney Market in a Minute – Northern Virginia (October 2018): “Northern Virginia’s real estate market remains pretty strong overall, but in September, it was a little … quieter. Contract activity was down compared to last September, as was inventory and the number of new listings coming on the market. And the early part of October is mirroring those results. Absorption rates are down a bit as well. None of these indicators are cause for alarm – as we have noted during the past few months, we’re in the early stages of a market transitioning to a period of more balanced supply and demand. But there is the possibility of a game-changer: we’re all awaiting Amazon’s decision about the location of their HQ2 and the prospect of 50,000 new jobs over the next decade. ”

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Current Market Conditions: Fall 2018

  • N.Va. housing market shows signs of balancing out (Washington Post)
  • Market trends for the first half of 2018, featuring separate reports for Alexandria, Arlington County and Falls Church City, Northern Virginia, Loudoun/Fauquier/Prince William counties, Washington, D.C. and Suburban Maryland
  • Realtors: N.Va. market not being held back by interest rates, tax changes (Inside NoVA)
  • The state of housing confidence in 2018 (MSN Money)
  • Nearly $83K is the salary needed to buy a typical home in D.C. (Curbed DC)
  • Rent-burdened in D.C.: About half city’s tenant households confront crushing costs (Curbed DC)

Homeownership/Buying Trends

Exterior/Interior Trends

Updated Oct. 22, 2018

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