$5.8M  
The Washington market slowed this week but was still better than normal as sales fell to 752 homes sold over the last 30 days. Within the same time frame, Arlington had 268 sales, the most of all cities in the area. The median sales price climbed to $525,500, up from last week's $520,000. Despite the slip in sales, a relatively low two months of inventory indicates that Washington is a strong seller's market.
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Washington is the most expensive city in District of Columbia but also the richest, with a cost of living adjustment score of 142.8 and a median income of $58,246 per household. Capitol Hill, Washington, and Columbia Heights are the three largest neighborhoods in terms of population. Washington is made up of homes that are older than most with a median of 58 years. The best schools in the city are Oyster Elementary School-Adams Elementary School, City Collegiate Pcs, and Ellington School of the Arts.
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$6M  
The Washington market was busy in this week's report, as the number of home sales climbed 2.8%, pushing the total to 739 homes sold over the last 30 days. To put it in perspective, close-by Alexandria registered 265 homes sold in the same time frame, the most of all surrounding cities. Prices are rising in Washington, and the median sales price this period increased from $520,000 to $526,000. The rising sales and a low two months of inventory point to Washington being a definite seller's market.
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$22M  
Despite a 4.4% drop in sales over the last 30 days, the Washington market extended a six-week hot streak with a total of 715 homes sold in that span. As sales trended higher, months of inventory continued to fall, trending downwards for eight weeks to reach two months. In spite of the decrease in sales, the lack of inventory signals that Washington is still a definite seller's market.
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$22M  
The Washington market showed gains in this week's report, as the number of sales went up to 732 homes sold over the last 30 days. At the same time, close-by Arlington reported 252 home sales, the highest number from all the surrounding cities. The median sales price of homes sold came in at $539,900, which extended a price upswing to four weeks. With just two months of inventory available and sales prices going up, Washington is a solid seller's market.
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The population of Washington ranks as the largest in District of Columbia with 601,723 people. It also ranks as the fastest growing city at a 10-year growth rate of 6.9%. The three neighborhoods with the largest populations are Capitol Hill, Washington, and Columbia Heights. Condos and townhouses account for 22% of the area's current housing market. The best schools in the city are Oyster Elementary School-Adams Elementary School, City Collegiate Pcs, and Ellington School of the Arts.
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$7.8M  
Sales fell this week to 698 homes sold in the Washington market over the last 30 days. However, a nine-week positive trend for contracts was extended, with 1,007 pending transactions in the same time frame. Prices are falling in Washington, and this period the median price of all sales fell from $539,950 to $529,950. In spite of the decrease in sales, a low two months of inventory signals that Washington is a solid seller's market.
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$22M  
A three-week positive trend was extended after the Washington market recorded 682 home sales over the last 30 days. Also, a record number 891 new listings were posted, the highest since October. During the same time frame, Arlington had the most new listings of any other neighboring municipalities with 247. Prices are rising in Washington, and the median sales price this period increased from $525,000 to $542,000. In spite of the decrease in sales, a low two months of inventory signals that Washington is a definite seller's market.
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$22M  
The Washington market reached a new plateau with a record high 675 homes sold in the last 30 days. Sales climbed 3.4% from the prior period, returning to a peak not reached since December. During the same time frame, Arlington had the most sales of any other neighboring municipalities with 205. As the strong sales numbers suggest, months of inventory is on a four-week downward trend, this week hitting two months. The rising sales and the low inventory point to Washington being a strong seller's market.
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$7.8M  
The Washington market got a lift this week as sales ticked up to 631 homes sold over the last 30 days to go with a solid upward trend of contracts closing, now up to 955. All indications show that the trend may be coming to an end, meaning less pending transactions over the next few weeks. Potential buyers should note that prices went up in Washington, with the median for this period rising from $525,000 to $535,000. The higher trending contracts numbers and the fact that there are a lower-than-normal two months of inventory to work through indicate that Washington is a definite seller's market.
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