June 2020 Washington, DC Real Estate Report

Though the Washington, DC real estate market is still recovering from COVID-19 on a sales volume basis, the continuing rise in prices has never ceased. Washington, D.C. secured an overall ten-year median sales price high last month, with sales closing at 100.0% of list price.  The deals that are able to get done are benefiting sellers in a big way.

The Numbers Month to Month and Year to Year

The median sales price for Washington, DC Homes for Sale hit a new May record at $660,000 last month, a 9.9% increase over the same month in 2019. The median sales price was $619,950 in March.

The number of Washington, DC Homes that sold was 566 in May 2020 vs. 926 that sold in May 2019. This represented an expected 38.9% decrease. By comparison, 600 homes sold in April of 2020.

June Real Estate Report

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A few highlights of the current Washington, DC Homes for Sale are shown below and represent a nice cross-section of properties available, under contract and that have sold.

This Month’s Most Expensive

The most expensive of all Washington, DC Homes for sale last month was a historic Dupont Circle mansion. This massive 16th Street property offered 10 bedrooms and an entertaining space fit for a diplomat. The final sales price was $4.0 million.

This Month’s Least Expensive

The least expensive of all Washington, DC homes for sale was a well-maintained condo in the Washington Highland neighborhood.  The freshly renovated interior and convenient access to transit attracted a buyer at $87,000.

What These Numbers Mean to You

The District of Columbia has now entered Phase 1 of reopening. This means that traditional Open Houses are not yet permitted, but showings with one person at a time may continue by appointment only, as can final inspections and appraisers, as long as they’re limited to the minimum number of people necessary.  The record-setting median sales price this month indicates that the coronavirus did not mute the demand for city living.  If owning a home in DC is part of your dream, contact your real estate professional today and start putting your plan into action.

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Jennell Alexander

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