$199K  
December was the last time there were so many price reductions in the DC Metro Area market, with 5,081 reported over the last 30 days. The market also had 5,324 homes change hands. Fairfax County was the biggest factor, with 807 price reductions on its own. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in the DC Metro Area, with the median for this period rising from $359,900 to $360,250. With just three months of inventory available, the DC Metro Area is still a seller's market, in spite of rising new listings.
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$474K  
The DC Metro Area market showed strong improvement in this week's report, as the number of sales went up to 5,034 homes sold over the last 30 days. Fairfax County made up the largest percentage, with 910 sales on its own. The median sales price rose to $360,000 over the latest reporting period for the DC Metro Area, up from $355,000. With only three months of inventory and rising sales, the DC Metro Area is a seller's market.
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$100K  
The DC Metro Area market is experiencing a determined pullback as sales slumped again this week by 3.7% to 4,479 homes sold over the last 30 days. Prices are rising in the DC Metro Area, and the median sales price this period increased from $354,000 to $357,000. Despite the falling sales 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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$224K  
Sales have risen to 4,464 homes sold over the last 30 days in the DC Metro Area market. But sellers can expect more competition, due to a three-week upward trend in homes coming into the market, now up to 6,577 for the same period. With the strong number of new listings, months of inventory hit three, extending an upward trend to four weeks. With inventory so low and sales rising, the DC Metro Area is a seller's market.
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$100K  
A four-week downturn was extended after the DC Metro Area market recorded 4,323 home sales over the last 30 days. Also, a record number 6,162 new listings were posted, the highest since November. With a total of 1,029 new listings, Fairfax County contributed the most. As more new listings came into the market, prices have been falling. The median sales price dropped to $354,000, extending a four-week long spiral. With only three months of inventory to sell, the DC Metro Area is still a seller's market, even after taking into consideration the falling prices.
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$100K  
The DC Metro Area market may be experiencing a prolonged pullback, but sales managed an uptick this week of 8.2% to 4,441 homes sold over the last 30 days. The median sales price dropped to $359,000 over the latest reporting period for the DC Metro Area, down from $360,250. 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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$1.8M  
The DC Metro Area market remained soft with 3,964 homes sold in the last 30 days, a 10.6% sales drop. Fairfax County, which is part of the DC Metro Area, had the most home sales within the area, with 671. The median sales price climbed to $363,000, up from last week's $362,000. 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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$995K  
The DC Metro Area market remained cold this week as sales slid 11.3% to land at 4,298 homes sold over the last 30 days. Fairfax County made up the largest percentage, with 739 sales on its own. Prices are rising in the DC Metro Area, and the median sales price this period increased from $363,000 to $365,000. 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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$995K  
Home sales in the DC Metro Area market remained slow in this week's report as they dropped 13.8% to 4,690 homes sold over the last 30 days. Fairfax County was the most popular part of the DC Metro Area, with 786 homes sold. The median sales price dropped to $365,000, down from last week's $370,000. 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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$995K  
In this week's report, the number of homes sold in the DC Metro Area market dropped to 5,300 over the past 30 days. It marked a decrease of 9.6% from last week's report and another period below the monthly average. Fairfax County was the most popular part of the DC Metro Area, with 883 homes sold. Potential buyers should note that prices are coming down in the DC Metro Area, and for this period the median sales price slid from $370,585 to $370,000. 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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