Home sales and average prices across the District of Columbia and its inner suburbs were up in November, with significantly lower inventory apparently spurring fence-sitters into the market before the arrival of winter.
A total of 3,556 homes sold last month across the inner D.C. core, up 21.5 percent from the 2,926 transactions that occurred a year before, according to figures reported Dec. 10 by RealEstate Business Intelligence, an arm of the local multiple-listing service.
Figures represent sales in the District of Columbia; Arlington and Fairfax counties and the cities of Alexandria, Fairfax and Falls Church in Virginia, and the counties of Montgomery and Prince George’s in Maryland.
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