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Blog 1 year ago
$206,000 Above Asking in Friendship Heights
Source Urban Turf

In this edition of Above Asking, we revisit three recently-featured listings that sold for anywhere from $37,000 to $206,000 over listing price....

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Blog 1 year ago
How Trump’s Tariffs Are Affecting DC Development
Source Urban Turf

A zoning application cites an untenable increase in the price of steel forcing the developer to reconsider the size of a project in Shaw. Keep...

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Blog 1 year ago
The Plan to Replace Uptown Theater Sign Moves Forward, But It Won’t Look Much Different
Source Urban Turf

AMC looks to replace the landmark sign in kind and add their name to the marquee. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
Housing Inventory Hits a Five-Year High in Mount Pleasant
Source Urban Turf

For Home Price Watch this week, UrbanTurf takes a look at Mount Pleasant, where prices have increased and inventory is the highest it has been...

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Blog 1 year ago
423 Square Feet: How Far $200,000 Goes in the DC Housing Market
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A study earlier this year states that $200,000 will afford you 423 square feet in the District. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
Bethesda Metro Development Debate Evokes Democracy, Communism and an Unfortunate Metaphor
Source Urban Turf

Late last week, tensions over the current political climate and anxieties over neighborhood development all came to a head during a meeting of the...

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Blog 1 year ago
Under Contract: An Offer of Sale in Seven Days or Less
Source Urban Turf

This week's installment of Under Contract revisits three recently-featured listings that each received offers in under a week. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
Move Over ADUs: An Additional Single-Family Home Proposed for Langdon Lot
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A Northeast homeowner wants to add a second single-family home to her property. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
North of $700: The Highest Prices Per Square Foot in DC
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The neighborhoods in DC with the highest real estate prices per square foot in 2018 are the areas that one might expect. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
Best New Listings: Renovated with a Rental, a Rustic Studio and a Three-Bedroom Farmhouse
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This week’s Best New Listings includes a modernized rustic co-op, a renovated rowhouse with a rental unit, and a sun-filled farmhouse. Keep reading...

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Blog 1 year ago
DC Apartment Hunters, Beware the Phantom Rental
Source Urban Turf

A new study suggests that DC area renters should keep an eye out for a certain kind of rental scam. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
Georgetown Domino’s Will Be Razed to Make Way For Luxury Condos
Source Urban Turf

The planned redevelopment will deliver four nearly full-floor units. Keep reading » Georgetown Domino’s Will Be Razed to Make Way For Luxury Condos

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Blog 1 year ago
Thursday’s Must Reads
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Of Porsche penthouses and Armani apartments; two 20003s, two development trajectories; and why it's so rare to see the Obamas around DC. Keep...

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Blog 1 year ago
Is This the Real Estate Sign of the Future?
Source Urban Turf

The real estate company Compass is creating a new digital "For Sale" sign. Keep reading » Is This the Real Estate Sign of the Future?

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Blog 1 year ago
How a Desire to Live in DC is Hindering Millennial Homeownership
Source Urban Turf

Urban Institute's study of millennial homeownership takes a look at how the generation's preference for city living is keeping them from buying...

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Blog 1 year ago
The DC Area’s 9-Year Down Payment Wait
Source Urban Turf

According to HotPads, it takes renters in the DC area 8 years and 11 months to save up for a 20 percent down payment. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
The Unofficial Historian of the Ballpark District
Source Urban Turf

Jacqueline Dupree has amassed a huge collection of photos documenting the development of Near Southeast. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
Home Price Watch: The Buzz Along the Southwest Waterfront
Source Urban Turf

This week's edition of Home Price Watch focuses on the 20024 zip code, which, despite the Wharf development, is one of the cheapest neighborhoods...

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Blog 1 year ago
More Mixed-Use Development Could Be Coming to Fort Totten
Source Urban Turf

More mixed-use development could be in the works for a major intersection near Fort Totten Metro station. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
Why More Millennials Aren’t Homeowners
Source Urban Turf

A recent study from Urban Institute combs through the reasons millennial homeownership lags behind that of prior generations. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
The Plans for the $70,000 Triangle in Adams Morgan
Source Urban Turf

A couple of months ago, we reported on a triangular piece of land hitting the market in Adams Morgan. Now, plans for that plot are coming to the...

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Blog 1 year ago
Prince George’s County Looks to Regulate Short-Term Rentals
Source Urban Turf

The county joins the ranks of local jurisdictions attempting to legislate its way toward addressing Airbnb and other short-term rental platforms....

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Blog 1 year ago
Eckington: Industrial Past, Commercial Future
Source Urban Turf

With crime no longer a major issue, Eckington residents are focused on building their brand with help from nearby neighborhoods. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
Best New Listings: From Star Bolts to Surprise Sunrooms, It’s the Little Details
Source Urban Turf

This week's Best New Listings includes two rowhouses, in Lincoln Park and Truxton Circle, that both boast interesting little surprises. Keep...

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Blog 1 year ago
This Week’s Find: A $13 Million Equestrian Estate in Virginia
Source Urban Turf

This Week's Find has served as home base for equestrian royalty. Keep reading » This Week’s Find: A $13 Million Equestrian Estate in Virginia

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Blog 1 year ago
Friday’s Must Reads
Source Urban Turf

The Embassy of Latvia's former life; the "For Sale" sign debate; and WMATA cements plans to sell headquarters. Keep reading » Friday’s Must Reads

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Blog 1 year ago
DC Renters Are Carrying the Region’s Class A Apartment Market
Source Urban Turf

A new Class A apartment report from Delta Associates indicates that demand in the District is carrying the market as absorption falls off elsewhere...

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Blog 1 year ago
Just a Few Spacious Residences Remain at Impeccably Designed Elysium Logan
Source Urban Turf

Elysium Logan by Madison Investments is one of the most impeccably designed condominium developments in DC and has just ten residences, including...

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Blog 1 year ago
A Look at the 58 Townhouses Planned for Walter Reed
Source Urban Turf

Details are emerging for another suite of planned townhouses on the Walter Reed campus. Keep reading »...

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Blog 1 year ago
Thursday’s Must Reads
Source Urban Turf

Squeezing Initiative 77 locally and federally; legislating for real estate LLC transparency; and documenting DC's manhole-covers and front doors....

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