$599K  
There were 8,534 homes sold in the DC Metro Area market over the last 30 days, while 10,319 contracts were executed. This marks the lowest amount since March, and could be a sign that the market is weakening. With a total of 1,970 contracts executed, Fairfax County contributed the most. The median sales price rose to $401,000 over the latest reporting period for the DC Metro Area, up from $400,000. Despite the falling contracts numbers, there are only three months of inventory remaining, indicating that the DC Metro Area is a still seller's market.
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$33M  
While home sales in the DC Metro Area market have been above average, in this week's report there were 8,291 homes sold over the last 30 days. Fairfax County, which is part of the DC Metro Area, had the most home sales within the area, with 1,644. Prices were able to climb as this week's reported median sales price of $401,000 continued a 12-week upswing. In spite of the decrease in sales, a low three months of inventory signals that the DC Metro Area is a seller's market.
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$224K  
The DC Metro Area market made strides in this week's report, as the number of home sales rose 8.1%, pushing the total to 8,150 homes sold over the last 30 days. Fairfax County was the biggest factor, with 1,631 sales on its own. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in the DC Metro Area, with the median for this period rising from $400,000 to $405,000. Along with the increase in sales, the fact that there are a lower-than-normal three months of inventory indicates that the DC Metro Area is a seller's market.
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$899K  
In this week's report, the number of homes sold in the DC Metro Area market dropped to 7,150 over the past 30 days, a decrease of 12.5% from last week's report, but still above the monthly average. Fairfax County led the way, with 1,472 sales on its own. The median sales price rose to $405,000 over the latest reporting period for the DC Metro Area, up from $399,620. There are only three months of inventory available in the DC Metro Area, so it's a seller's market, even with the decrease in sales.
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$12M  
There were 7,989 homes sold in the DC Metro Area market over the last 30 days, prolonging a 10-week trend. With a record 11,312 contracts executed, the highest amount since last May, that trend looks to continue to improve. Fairfax County was the biggest factor, with 2,170 contracts executed on its own. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in the DC Metro Area, with the median for this period rising from $395,000 to $399,950. The rising contracts and a low three months of inventory mean that the DC Metro Area is a seller's market.
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$23M  
Despite a 1.7% decline in sales over the last 30 days, the DC Metro Area market extended a nine-week hot streak with a total of 7,804 homes sold in that span. All indications show that the trend may be coming to an end, meaning less sales over the next few weeks. While sales numbers were strong, the median sales price of those homes came in at $397,000, which extended a price upswing to eight weeks. There are only three months of inventory available in the DC Metro Area, so it's a seller's market, even with the decrease in sales.
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$12M  
There were 7,773 homes sold in the DC Metro Area market over the last 30 days, continuing an eight-week growth trend. During the same period, the total number of price reductions was 7,107, the most since November. Fairfax County had 1,360 price reductions, making it the top contributor. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in the DC Metro Area, with the median for this period rising from $390,000 to $395,000. With only three months of inventory, the DC Metro Area is still a seller's market, despite the rising price reductions.
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$25M  
Over the last 30 days, the sale of 6,952 homes took place in the DC Metro Area market. This shows a 3.8% jump from the prior period and the continuation of an established upward trend. All indications show that the trend may be coming to an end, meaning less sales over the next few weeks. As sales trended up, the median sales price also climbed, hitting a nine-month high at $390,000. The rising prices and sales, coupled with a low three months of inventory available, point to the DC Metro Area being a seller's market.
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$25M  
With home sales in the DC Metro Area market already below average, in this week's report there were 6,535 homes sold over the last 30 days. Fairfax County made up the largest percentage, with 1,233 sales on its own. The median sales price of homes sold came in at $385,000, which extended a price upswing to four weeks. Despite the slip in sales, a relatively low three months of inventory indicates that the DC Metro Area is a seller's market.
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$12M  
Sales fell this week to 6,307 homes sold in the DC Metro Area market over the last 30 days. However, a nine-week positive trend for contracts was extended, with 10,389 pending transactions in the same time frame. The median sales price climbed to $381,000, up from last week's $377,000. In spite of the decrease in sales, a low three months of inventory signals that the DC Metro Area is a seller's market.
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