First, the D.C. real estate market is about to enter its fall season of active listings, which will increase the inventory of available homes for purchase.
The D.C. market has two seasons of market activity: spring and fall. Imagine a line graph in the shape of a flying bird (see graph above). The left wing of the bird is longer, rising from January to its high point in April (sometimes May) and diminishing to its low point in August. Then the right wing begins rising to a high point in September or October, and diminishing to its low point — sometime for the year — in December. What this means is that April/May and September/October are good times to look for a home because there are more of them on the market then.
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