What’s our 90210?

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Yesterday, I wrote about how LoCo is a seller’s market right now. There was so much intriguing data I couldn’t put it all in one post, so today we are going to look into the details of where things have been selling over the last month. Ashburn has the hottest zip code, while Leesburg is a close second.

No surprises for the busiest Loudoun zip codes, here’s a look at the all the closed sales during the last 30 days:

  1. Ashburn, 20147, 72 sales at an average of $446,979
  2. Leesburg, 20176, 68 sales at an average of $492,920
  3. Leesburg, 20175, 47 sales at an average of $378,553
  4. Ashburn, 20148, 41 sales at an average of $555,245
  5. Sterling, 20164, 33 sales at an average of $319,830

What does stick out to me is the $114,000 difference between the Leesburg zip codes and the $108,000 difference between the Ashburn zip codes. The old axiom, “Location, location, location!”, was never truer. The top three selling neighborhoods were Belmont Country Club and Brambleton with 15 sales each, followed by Lansdowne with 14 sales.

So what’s our 90210? Looks like 20117 in Middleburg. The most expensive home sold in the last month, on 148 acres with two guest houses, came with a $1.5 million price tag.

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Cheers,
Mike

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