$4M  
Despite remaining above the 1,267.8 monthly sales average, the Fairfax County market pulled back with 1,765 homes sold in the last 30 days. On the other hand, close-by Montgomery County registered 1,260 home sales in the same period, the most of all surrounding counties. Months of inventory hit two this period, extending an upward trend to four weeks. In spite of the decrease in sales, the lack of inventory signals that Fairfax County is still a definite seller's market.
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$2M  
The Fairfax County market pulled back this week but was still better than normal as sales fell 7.2% to 1,747 homes sold over the last 30 days. In comparison, nearby Montgomery County had 1,337 sales in the same time frame, the most of all neighboring counties. The median sales price rose to $529,000, up from last week's $526,500. There are only two months of inventory available in Fairfax County, so it's a definite seller's market, even with the decrease in sales.
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$29.9M  
A record 1,783 homes were sold in the Fairfax County market over the last 30 days, which is a new high going back to last July. This is a 5.9% spike from the previous period. During the same time frame, Montgomery County had the most sales of any other neighboring county with 1,375. The median sales price climbed to $525,000, up from last week's $515,000. The higher trending sales numbers and the fact that there are a lower-than-normal two months of inventory to work through indicate that Fairfax County is a definite seller's market.
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$1.2M  
While home sales in the Fairfax County market have been above average, in this week's report they fell 5.0% to 1,646 homes sold over the last 30 days. In comparison, nearby Montgomery County had 1,263 sales in the same time frame, the most of all neighboring counties. The median sales price remained unchanged over the latest reporting period for Fairfax County, coming in at $515,000. With only two months of inventory to sell, Fairfax County is a definite seller's market, in spite of the dip in sales.
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Fairfax County is one of the most high priced places to live in Virginia with a cost of living adjustment score of 155.8. On top of being ranked the third-most expensive county, it also ranks as the second-wealthiest with a median income of $102,445 per household. The three cities with the largest populations are Centreville, Reston, and McLean. Fairfax County is made up of homes that are considered relatively old with a median of 30 years. Leading the list of best schools in the county are Louise Archer Elementary School, Rocky Run Middle School, and West Springfield High School.
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$1.8M  
Over the last 30 days, 1,970 homes went under contract in the Fairfax County market, the lowest amount since March. As the market appears to be weakening, there were 1,695 homes sold over the same period. In comparison, Montgomery County led all other nearby counties with 1,468 contracts executed. The median sales price rose to $516,000 over the latest reporting period for Fairfax County, up from $515,000. Along with the increase in sales, the fact that there are a lower-than-normal two months of inventory indicates that Fairfax County is a strong seller's market.
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$4M  
Despite remaining above the 1,258.9 monthly sales average, the Fairfax County market slowed with 1,644 homes sold in the last 30 days. Within the same time period, Montgomery County had 1,186 sales, the most of all counties in the area. The median sales price dropped to $516,500, down from last week's $520,750. There are only two months of inventory available in Fairfax County, so it's a strong seller's market, even with the decrease in sales.
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$7.7M  
The Fairfax County market was busy in this week's report, as the number of home sales rose 6.5%, pushing the total to 1,631 homes sold over the last 30 days. In comparison, nearby Montgomery County had 1,169 sales in the same time frame, the most of all neighboring counties. The median sales price of homes sold came in at $523,000, which extended a price upswing to nearly three months. The rising prices, along with the fact that there are a lower-than-normal two months of inventory, drive home the fact that Fairfax County is a strong seller's market.
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$4M  
In this week's report, the number of homes sold in the Fairfax County market dropped to 1,472 over the past 30 days, a decrease of 10.6% from last week's report, but still above the monthly average. Meanwhile, Montgomery County reported 983 home sales, the highest number from all the surrounding counties. The median sales price climbed to $525,499, up from last week's $514,300. In spite of the decrease in sales, a low three months of inventory signals that Fairfax County is a seller's market.
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$3.6M  
There were 1,624 homes sold in the Fairfax County market over the last 30 days, continuing an 11-week upturn. During the same period, the total number of price reductions was 1,632, the most since August. When comparing other close-by counties within the same period, the most came from Montgomery County with 1,242 price reductions. The median sales price rose to $515,500 over the latest reporting period for Fairfax County, up from $513,500. With just two months of inventory available, Fairfax County is still a strong seller's market, in spite of rising price reductions.
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