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Northern Virginia Market Update through March 2009

The Northern Virginia real estate market had homes selling more quickly in March than in any month since January of 2006.  The supply of homes in the Northern Virginia market, defined as Arlington and Fairfax Counties, along with the cities of Alexandria, Falls Church, and Fairfax, was at a 3.5 month supply in March.  Prices […]

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Northern Virginia Real Estate Market Report through January 2009

January saw sellers chances of selling their homes improve steadily.  In the official Northern Virginia area, defined as Arlington, Alexandria, Fairax County, Falls Church City, and Fairfax City the supply of homes on the market declined to under 5 months.  This was due more to an increase in sales than a decline in listings. This […]

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Northern Virginia Real Estate Market Update

The December 2008 numbers have been released and are in the spreadsheet below.  Please note at the bottom of the spreadsheet, you can click on the various tabs to see the sales statistics for homes in different jurisdictions of Northern Virginia. For the most part sales remained fairly steady from Novemeber to December.  For “Northern […]

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Northern Virginia Real Estate Market Report (New & Improved!)

Below is a spreadsheet of the latest statistics for the Real Estate Market in Northern Virginia.  A lot has changed (hopefully improved!) this month so take a close look at the spreadsheet.  A few of the changes: Different Jurisdictions are on separate tabs of the same spreadsheet.  As always I have stats for Northern Virginia […]

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Northern Virginia Real Estate Market Update

The housing rate in Northern Virginia (defined as Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax County, Fairfax City, and Falls Church City) sold at a rate of 19.5% in September.  This number is down slightly from the previous month, but almost double the 10.5% rate from September of 2007. The statistics continue to show an improving market.  The real […]

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