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There’s no time like a slow news day for some data crunching. Redfin compiled housing sale numbers for various D.C. neighborhoods, comparing sale volume and price in the third quarter of last year and this year. Some of the data sets are a tad too small for meaningful analysis. But others do reveal some trends.
In Capitol Hill, prices have held steady since last year. In Dupont Circle, Logan Circle, and Columbia Heights, condo prices have dropped slightly, while rowhouse prices have climbed. And along the U Street NW and H Street NE corridors, prices have gone up across the board. (Detached houses are included in the first chart, but their sale volume is too small to merit trend analysis on their own.)
Click on the charts below to enlarge, and see how your neighborhood has fared:
Bar graph made with Chartbuilder; charts from Redfin