RealtyTrac released its 2016 Rental Affordability Analysis and found that average rent the D.C. region requires more than 60 percent of average wages. See how other areas stack up in an interactive map.
WASHINGTON — Home prices are slowing in much of the country, but for people in the business of flipping homes, the third quarter was especially rewarding. “D.C. is one of those markets that’s still pretty…
If you are considering renting out a room for extra cash, the best places are outside the Beltway.
Foreclosures decreased last year in the D.C.
region despite rising foreclosure rates in the
The number of foreclosures in Frederick County is
still high — 45 in September, according to
RealtyTrac — and one major problem, according to
housing professionals, is that people wait too
to seek help.
Once again, there are fewer foreclosed homes
sold in the region but it\’s not a sign of a
strengthening market in all areas.
The number of foreclosure starts in Maryland is exploding. Foreclosure starts are the first sign a foreclosure may be imminent. The numbers indicate there could be a lot of foreclosures on the market within the next two years.
In the fourth quarter, foreclosure sales made up about 12 percent of all Maryland home sales. Foreclosure sales made up nearly 19 percent of all sales in Virginia.
It likely comes as no surprise that the foreclosure process can be pretty lengthy. But in one part of the D.C. area, just how long it takes from start to finish is startling.