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What Does Amazon’s Move to the D.C. Metro Really Mean for Our Real Estate Market?

November 20, 2018

You’ve heard the news: Amazon is coming to our region. Earlier this week the tech giant confirmed they will build one half of their new headquarters in Crystal City, and the other half in Long Island City, New York. Amazon’s news arrives as a slight departure from their original plan to build the entire HQ2 […]

Three New Areas of Emerging Opportunity in D.C.’s Real Estate Market

November 9, 2018

Two weeks ago, we looked at a few new areas of opportunity within Washington D.C.’s real estate market. Since then, a handful of promising new areas of opportunity in our commercial and residential markets has emerged. Let’s take a look at them in greater depth. Washingtonian recently reported on the 15 neighborhoods they feel will […]

New Developments and Opportunities in Our Commercial Real Estate Market

October 17, 2018

Two weeks ago, we discussed an unexpected driver of our region’s commercial market— large tech companies building large data centers within the D.C. metro area. Today, let’s take a quick look at a new report that highlights two more big drivers of our commercial real estate market. CBRE recently released their report of our region’s […]

How’s Our Market Performing? Our Q3 2018 Market Update

October 10, 2018

In this market outlook we will review the most recent available performance data on the D.C. Metro area’s residential real estate market during Q3 of 2018. We will focus on the following metrics: Sales Price Inventory Property Type Performance Unless otherwise cited, we refer to data compiled by Real Estate Business Intelligence. We will present […]

An Unexpected Driver of Our Region’s Commercial Market

October 1, 2018

When you visualize our region’s commercial real estate market, what do you see? Probably office space, office space, and more office space. After all, our local economy is primarily populated by government workers, professional services employees, and similar white collar professionals. However, over the last decade there has been a dark horse growing in our […]

Is Our Apartment Market Ready if Amazon Chooses D.C. for HQ2?

September 18, 2018

In case you have not heard, Amazon is expected to soon choose the site for its second headquarters, known as HQ2. Amazon has shortlisted 20 cities as potential sites of their HQ2, and three of those sites are in the D.C. Metro— including Washington D.C. itself. As we have previously explored, Amazon’s HQ2 landing in […]

3 New Perspectives on the Housing Market

August 29, 2018

Over the last couple of weeks, a few interesting new perspectives have emerged on our housing market. Our seller’s market should last until (at least) 2020: This perspective comes from the recent Q3 Zillow Home Price Expectations Survey. In the survey, Zillow found that 76% of housing market experts expect our seller’s market will continue […]

D.C. Price Updates: New Highs and Surprising Lows

August 23, 2018

We admit… we spend significant time discussing market prices on our blog. The reason is simple: prices reflect the overall health of our market. Sure, there are many factors at play within our  market’s health. But there are two points that keep prices top-of-mind for players in our market. First, as we have noted many […]

D.C. Market Update: Buying vs Renting, Amazon’s New HQ2 Shortlist, and Rising Interest Rates

August 15, 2018

Our market has continued to perform well throughout 2018, with home prices hitting record high levels this past June, and inventory continuing its 26-month long decline.   Beyond price increases, there have been a few more interesting recent developments in our market: Buying is Cheaper than Renting in D.C. According to Trulia, it is now […]

Should We Worry About Millennial Home Ownership Rates in D.C.?

July 26, 2018

Millennials are purchasing homes at lower rates than Gen X and Baby Boomers. That’s the news from a recent report conducted by the Urban Institute. Titled “Millennial Homeownership” Why Is It So Low, and How Can We Increase It?”, the report reviewed the most recent home ownership data (from 2015). It found the homeownership rate […]

Could This Be the D.C. Metro’s Hottest Neighborhood?

July 20, 2018

Last month, D.C.’s median housing price hit a milestone, rising above $600,000. While impressive on its own, and a good indication of our market’s continued hot streak, there are many properties in D.C. and the Metro with much higher price tags. And when you identify and analyze a few lists of D.C.’s most expensive properties, […]

How’s Our Market Performing? Our 2018 Mid-Year Update

July 12, 2018

In this market outlook we review the most recent available data on the D.C. Metro area’s real estate market performance during the first half of 2018. We focus on the following metrics: Sales Prices Inventory Property Type Performance Area Income & Employment Unless otherwise cited, we refer to data compiled by Real Estate Business Intelligence. […]

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