We have found that the most desirable locations are often the ones that can be navigated by foot and offer a more urban lifestyle.
Washington D.C. (PRWEB) December 15, 2014
The real estate market typically tends to cool off this time of year, however, the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area has seen an increase in dollar volume of sales with a decrease of days on the market in November of 2014, when compared to the same time period in 2013. D.C. and Arlington remain the most desirable hot spots.
The outlying areas of Montgomery County, Maryland, and Fairfax, Virginia, show slightly cooler home sales figures, with a 35 percent increase in days on the market for Northern Virginia and Montgomery County.*
Each month, Evers and Company’s Donna Evers, owner and broker, reviews the residential real estate statistics provided by the Metropolitan Regional Information System (MRIS).
“We are thrilled to be part of an ever-growing city that has become popular with millennials and empty nesters alike,” said Donna Evers. “Due to people’s busy schedules, we have found that the most desirable locations are often the ones that can be navigated by foot and offer a more urban lifestyle,” she added.
Evers & Company, http://www.eversco.com, remains the largest independent, woman-owned and run real estate company in the metropolitan area, with 110 passionate and dedicated agents and four offices – two in the District, one in Bethesda/Chevy Chase and one in Virginia. Evers & Co. also has an international membership with Leverage Global Partners.
For more information about local metropolitan Washington, D.C. neighborhoods, please go to http://www.eversco.com or call 202.364.1700 for a knowledgeable real estate agent to help guide you through the selling or buying process. For updates on Washington, D.C. real estate connect with Evers & Company on Twitter and Facebook.
*Statistics are compared from the previous year and taken from the Metropolitan Regional Information System for the three areas: Washington, D.C.; Montgomery County, Maryland; and Fairfax County, Arlington and Alexandria in Northern Virginia.
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