Local Real Estate News
- Via WSJ: “For a good part of the past two centuries, wallpaper covered just about every wall in every home in Europe and America. Starting around 1950, it began to disappear, thanks to the rise of simpler tastes and more choices in paint colors. Now it’s making a comeback—as a luxury touch to liven up a room.
- Mortgage rates are below 4 percent for two months in a row, according to D.C. Urban Turf. Freddie Mac reported that the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 3.64 percent with an average 0.5 point this week.
- In Georgetown, the homeless can be hidden amid the million-dollar homes.
- D.C. is ranked the eighth best place to live in the nation, but has the third-longest commute time in the nation.