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Brett West
 

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 SEPTEMBER 2014
The Scoop on DC Living

 

Time for a Refresh

You may have noticed earlier this year that McEnearney Associates began incorporating a splash of lime to its logo. You will also notice that I've revamped "My 2 Cents' Worth" ...henceforth referred to as #UrbanCastleDC

 

The commitment of this newsletter - and of the real estate services I provide - will continue to strive to equip you with insights, news and trends in real estate.

I invite you to check out the hashtag (#urbancastledc) on Facebook for articles and comments, and I invite you to add your own to the list!

If information is power, I'd like to make you the most powerful consumer on the real estate market.

 

- Brett

News and Trends

 

DC Streetcar

 

Back in 2002, I found myself searching for a new neighborhood to make my home. The stretch along H Street, NE seemed to hold lots of promise. But even with entire row houses priced in the $300s, it didn't quite make my short list. 

 

My how the times have changed! Over the last five years, the H Street Corridor has developed and polished up with grocery stores, restaurants and pubs. In fact, a couple weeks ago, as I sat enjoying conversation with a friend, the new DC Streetcar hit the tracks, providing further infrastructure to support the growth of the neighborhood.

 

This serves as proof that our city is committed to a concepts called "smart growth."


 

DC Streetcar
DC Streetcar


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ANGIE'S LIST

What's the difference between a condo and a co-op? D.C. homebuyers should know.
Homebuyers in the District's urban areas often consider purchasing a condominium, but real estate agents say not to overlook another, often misunderstood, option out there: the co-op. Read more

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THE WASHINGTON POST

After losing their homes in the foreclosure crisis, boomerang buyers are back.
Chris Noblejas, a former real estate agent, got hit by a double whammy during the housing crisis. His income declined drastically, and so did the value of the Gaithersburg, Md., townhouse he bought for $480,000 in 2006. Read more
 
Housing Inventory that Rocks!
 
As of September 1, 2014, DC boasts 1,173 properties actively on the market for sale. That excludes FSBOs (For Sale By Owner) and pocket listings. Here's a look at inventory by price range throughout the District of Columbia:

(419 total units available)

(216 units available)

(280 units available)

(134 units available)

(133 units available)


Not finding exactly what you're looking for in the selection of inventory in DC? Feel free to check out plenty of inventory throughout the DC Metro Areaor I'm happy to schedule a time to talk with you about your goals.


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