Another month and another set of RBIntel housing data for all the number nerds out there. The facts and figs for November are a bit sluggish considering the month was packed with eating, drinking, catching up with friends and (reluctantly) family. Plus who has time to shop for real estate when Black Thursday/Friday/Saturday looms? But for November, some of the highlights were that the trendy nabes Adams Morgan and Dupont could only hold a property for 28 days before they found a buyer who would shell out a bit more than half a million (on average). And on the other end of that spectrum, Anacostia listings would hang out for about 4 months and change before leaving the market for roughly $167,500. Will there be end-of-the-year activity in December? Check out the DC development magic eight ball and take a guess.
· Prior Sales Heat Maps [CDC]
· Behold The DC Development Magic Eight Ball [CDC]
All data provided by RBI.