Fewer home sellers nationwide got more than their asking price last year, but that was not the case in the D.C. area.
About three in four homeowners will see their assessed value go up this year, according to Arlington County. The rest remained unchanged, or in some cases went down.
The rise and fall in mortgage rates directly affects home affordability, and rates remain low enough right now that, in Washington, along with relatively high incomes, affordability is still fairly high. But that could change.
LendingTree ranks the Washington metro area No. 9 for foreign-born homeownership, with a rate of 14.3 percent. The overall homeownership rate in the Washington metro is 63.6 percent.
The first, to be auctioned at 11 a.m. on Sept. 28, is located at 402 Culpeper Street. The circa 1853 mansion sits on 8.8 acres and features seven wood burning fireplaces, six bedrooms, six-and-a-half baths and the aforementioned amenities.
A new report predicts that some baby boomer homeowners in the D.C. region who try to sell soon may have trouble getting the price they want.
Long & Foster’s most recent Luxury Insight report says nearly 14 percent of houses and condos listed for sale in the Washington metro in May were priced at $1 million or more. And the luxury ranks are growing.
Maryland again this year ranked number one for the number millionaire households in the state.
Washington, D.C. makes the top 10 on a new review of the luxury real estate market by Wealth X, Warburg Realty and Barnes International Realty.
The number of pricey residential real estate listings on the market in the Washington metropolitan area continues to grow, with 12.09 percent of all listings in December priced at $1 million or more.
Living mini has gone mainstream — and now you can buy a pre-built tiny home from an innovative D.C. company.
WASHINGTON — Thinking about making an extravagant change? MRIS Homes has just released its list of the most expensive D.C. area homes on the market. Click through the gallery to take a peek and click the links for more information.
Irvine, California-based TRI Pointe Homes Inc. has acquired Weyerhaeuser Co.\’s homebuilding division, which includes Bethesda-based Winchester Homes.
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Nice homes are a mainstay in the D.C. region. Mansions with price
tags in the millions aren\’t uncommon.
So, where are the best of the best?
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