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July 2016

Found 3 blog entries for July 2016.

We pride ourselves on being knowledgeable about real estate and development news in the neighborhoods where we work for our clients. Do you want to find out more or speak with us about another neighborhood in the area? Give us a call

Development News for the Week of July 25:

Capitol Hill Area 

  • Three D.C. neighborhoods where real estate is heating up (The Washington Post)
  • H St. Demolition Ceremony Rings in New Project, Draws Protesters (Borderstan)
  • Events roundup: Union Station’s new concourse (Greater Greater Washington)
  • Are DC’s RPP Restrictions Working? (Urban Turf)
  • Coming Soon: Eastern Market Main Street (Hill Rag)
  • The East of the River Development Rundown—Part II (Urban Turf)
  • DC United picks contractor for Buzzard Point
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When it comes to local real estate, our agents know all of the ins and outs of the D.C. area real estate market. US News & World Report recently called our team for insights on how to get the best price for your condo in D.C.

"The market for D.C. condos is particularly strong right now – on average we're seeing units trading within 30 days or so across the industry," says Ty Voyles, a principal at Fulcrum Properties Group, whose firm helps clients buy and sell properties throughout the District metropolitan area. ... The fewer days your condo sits on the market, the more likely it is you'll get a good price. At Voyles' firm, the median trade rate is as fast as eight days, because Fulcrum emphasizes the importance of "presenting to the market as

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We pride ourselves on being knowledgeable about real estate and development news in the neighborhoods where we work for our clients. Do you want to find out more or speak with us about another neighborhood in the area? Give us a call

Development News for the Week of July 17:

Capitol Hill Area 

  • H Street Connection coming down (Washington Business Journal)
  • Mixed-use project with 800 upscale apartments set for Nationals Park area (The Washington Post)
  • Congressional Square Site Sold, Switching to Residential (JDLand)
  • MRP rolls out next phase of a waterfront project next to Nationals Park (Washington Business Journal)
  • Shakespeare’s Barracks Row Rehearsal Space Wants to Be Retail/Office/Residential. But… (Capitol Hill Corner)
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