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State of the Market in Ashburn

Ashburn Place

  Let's take a really good look at the state of the real estate market for single family homes in Ashburn, now that it's mid April, and the market is decently busy for spring. Here's what the charts look like: So, what does this mean? Median price looks like it's moving around a lot, but that's not truly representative: it's up roughly … [Read more...]

One Square Foot in Leesburg?

Leesburg Loudoun County courthouse in autumn

When I start to look at real estate statistics in different parts of Loudoun County, I'm usually pretty confident about the types of trends I will see. Take a look below at the difference between the two zip codes in Leesburg, when comparing median price per square foot of homes.  Why are condos and townhomes are more expensive than single … [Read more...]

News Flash: Small Houses Selling

Hamilton historic home

Took me a minute to figure out what was happening with these two, seemingly contradictory, charts for the single family home market in Hamilton... [altos_chart st="VA" cid="1977149" zid="2885092" rt="sf" ra="c" q="a" left="median_per_sqft" size="m" timeSpan="e" endDate = "2010-03-05" /] [altos_chart st="VA" cid="1977149" zid="2885092" … [Read more...]

One LoCo Square Foot Costs…

Spring in Ashburn

One of the statistics I rarely look at is price per square foot, because it is typically the most stable in the short term. Going into the spring market, I thought it would be helpful to look at where the median price per square foot is for different towns in Loudoun County.  Remember that 'condo' really means 'condo and townhomes.' For the … [Read more...]

Where’s the Best Bang for Your Buck?

Spring in Ashburn

Reposting this from LoCoMarket Stats, because it's relevant to the western part of LoCo as well... One of the statistics I rarely look at is price per square foot, because it is typically the most stable in the short term. Going into the spring market, I thought it would be helpful to look at where the median price per square foot is for … [Read more...]

Sneaking Up on Spring

Spring in Ashburn

It may not feel like it outside, but the spring real estate market in Loudoun County is now starting! (As soon as we can dig our way out to start showing houses again, anyway...) Here's a birds-eye view of stats for the entire county, as of February 5. You can click on over to my city level stats sites for more localized data; they are listed … [Read more...]