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Tysons Reporter: Luxury new homes now selling in Sleepy Hollow — Falls Church’s best-kept secret

April 22, 2022

By A highly-anticipated new community has entered the Northern Virginia market. Hudson Quarter is now selling a carefully curated collection of just 18 luxury homes from a sought-after area in Sleepy Hollow. The homes at Hudson Quarter offer a spacious retreat from the hustle and bustle of popular nearby destinations. This remarkable community has been designed […]

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UrbanTurf: Inside the Newest 30-Unit Condo Development Along DC’s Kennedy Street Corridor

April 19, 2022

by UrbanTurf Sponsor Motif, a new collection of 30 modern condominium homes located in DC at the corner of 7th and Kennedy Street, will start sales in early May. Motif inspires city living at its best, with sleek residences and several modes of public transportation nearby, including the Fort Totten Metro, Capital Bikeshare, and a stop for the […]

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Washington Metro Residential Market Strong Over the Last Three Years

February 17, 2022

The pandemic has led to several trends, including low inventory, high demand and historically low interest rates, that have coalesced to create the present environment. Each of the Washington metro area’s jurisdictions experienced varying degrees of declining time on market and price appreciation since the beginning of 2019. According to data from Bright MLS, single […]

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Smith l Schnider Launches Sales in Three Falls Church Communities 

February 16, 2022

Hudson Quarter is sited in the coveted Sleepy Hollow neighborhood of Falls Church. Here, Smith Schnider is partnering with admired local builder, The Gulick Group, to offer a limited collection of 18 single-family homes. The community, nestled in a private wooded enclave, features spacious 1/3-acre homesites, most with private backdrops. Working offsite and prior to […]

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Smith | Schnider Announces the Completion of Sales at Park Grove in McLean.

December 14, 2021

Sales at Park Grove were brisk with all homes sold within nine months of the model home grand opening. With preview pricing from the low two million, Park Grove’s final pricing approached the three-million-dollar mark.  The last closings are scheduled for December of this year.  Park Grove is built upon land formerly owned by George Hertzog, former U.S.  National Parks Director, who lived on the property for decades. “The history of the […]

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Smith | Schnider Announces New VP of Marketing

November 30, 2021

Arlington, VA (November 2021) — Smith | Schnider, announces Sue Martinez as Vice President of Marketing. Martinez will work as part of the Smith | Schnider executive team to manage company marketing efforts and assist in achieving project sales goals.  Martinez has more than 25 years’ experience as a vice president of sales and marketing […]

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May 2020: Dwindling Supply Incites Buyer Calamity

June 18, 2020

Washington, DC The District was not too far off from the rest of the Metro Area, with prices continuing to rise while supply remains at historic lows. Median sales price reached a record-high $660,000 for May, outperforming initial expectations. Incidentally, due to limited supply, sales fell almost 40% YoY for DC – distributed equally among […]

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Smith | Schnider Begins Sales on Four New Developments

June 2, 2020

The Towns at Abingdon Place is one of the few new townhome developments coming to Old Town Alexandria this Fall. The homes will be 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath, 4 level floorplans with in-home elevators as a standard feature in all the homes, as well as rooftop terraces. Built by Madison Homes, the intricate exterior brickwork of […]

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March 2020: A Whirlwind

May 1, 2020

Consumer confidence was been wavering, but we have noticed an increase in comfortability-level when dealing with buyers and proper social distancing. A number of our new construction projects, such as Portrait Square in DC and Silas Station in Burke, VA, have implemented virtual tours + meetings and has proven to be extremely successful. In times […]

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February 2020: Spring Comes Early

March 26, 2020

Washington, DC Buyers made quite a splash in the District in February, closing on 626 homes for the month, a 24% increase YoY. While sales skyrocketed, supply and sales price remained virtually unchanged from this time last year, indicating record-low interest rates are incentivizing buyers, who were previously uncertain, to purchase a home affordably and […]

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January 2020: Inventory on The Rise

February 27, 2020

Washington, DC Market activity within the District was very similar to that of the greater DC Metro-Area, with both sales and price improving over last year. 568 homes sold in January, increasing over 10% YoY, with townhomes experiencing the greatest growth rate of 19.1%. New townhomes such as our project, Portrait Square in Brookland, and […]

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November 2019: The Fall Market Finally Arrives

December 11, 2019

Washington, DC The District followed suit with the rest of the market, showing improvements in both median sales price and home sales. 687 homes sold last month with a median sales price of $620,000 – a record high for the city. All product types experienced a boost in sales, with detached homes seeing the most […]

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September 2019: The Seller’s Suburbs & The Buyer’s City

October 15, 2019

Washington, DC September was a difficult month for sellers within the District. Median sales price was able to improve almost 10% to $575,000 for the month, but home sales did not follow-suit. Closed sales in DC proper increased a mere 1% YoY, despite having the most significant growth in new listings and total market inventory. […]

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August 2019: Buyer’s Balk at High Prices

October 7, 2019

Washington, DC The District was no outlier for August – closings and price moved in opposition. Median sales price for the city reached $571,000, an increase of 2.1% YoY while overall sales volume dipped almost 6% YoY. Townhome sales were affected the greatest, with 11.4% fewer sales than August 2018. While townhome and condominium sales […]

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June 2019: Record Prices Hinder Sales

July 16, 2019

Washington, DC Unlike prior months, where the District’s performance is usually an outlier, June proved to perform similarly to that of the greater DC Metro. Another record was reached for DC proper with median sales price posting an all-time high of $620,000 for June. While prices pushed higher, closings decreased almost 4% YoY with 857 […]

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April 2019: Price and Pace of a Spring Market

June 6, 2019

Washington, DC The District tends to be an outlier from the rest of the region, often out-performing other jurisdictions, but for April it was the exact opposite. DC proper was the only jurisdiction within the DC Metro area to see a drop in median sales price, slipping a mere 0.5% from last year. Sales activity […]

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February 2019: Spring Patience

March 25, 2019

Washington, DC DC proper saw a decrease in buying activity during the month of February, but those who did purchase, continued to push prices beyond that of the rest of the region. With 15% fewer sales than last year, the District reached $589,000 for median sales price in February, a figure we expect to continue […]

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January 2019: New Year, Similar Story

March 5, 2019

Washington, DC The story did not change for the District during the month of January, mirroring that of the greater Metro area. Median sales price rose 6.5% YoY to reach $537,500, while in tandem, sales fell over 6% YoY dropping to 513 closings. There was no glaring gap in the market where the decline in […]

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December 2018: A Paralyzed Market

January 15, 2019

Washington, DC District proper posted a median sales price of $599,000 for December, an increase of 6% over last year. As expected, though prices rose, sales dropped almost 17% YoY with only 581 closings. The decrease in sales was seen across all property types, with detached single-family homes taking the brunt of it. Detached homes […]

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November: High Prices Damper Sales

December 18, 2018

Washington, DC Sale prices within the District rose over 9%, posting a median price of $600,000 for November. Similar to the Metro Area, DC experienced a significant decline in closed sales with 18% fewer than this time last year. Declining sales were evident amongst all property types with townhome and condominium closings being effected the […]

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September 2018: Signals of a Shifting Market

October 15, 2018

Washington, D.C. Sales price within the District reached $525,000 for the month, up 4.8% YoY. Similarly, to the Metro Area overall, while price rose, sales dropped. 588 homes sold in DC during September – 3.8% fewer than last year. Although sales failed to improve, DC proper experienced the least amount of change among all jurisdictions […]

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August 2018: Inventory Gap Shrinks But Sellers Won’t Budge

September 12, 2018

Washington, DC DC proper’s growth in sales price mirrored that of the greater metro area’s exactly, with a 2.8% improvement YoY. Median sales price reached $560,000 for August, with 839 transactions across all property types. Condominium sales led the way for the District with 407 sales – an increase of 5.2% from this time last […]

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July 2018: Demand Remains Consistent Through Times of Diminishing Supply

August 16, 2018

Washington, DC DC proper’s activity for July mirrored the activity of last year almost perfectly, with minor changes in both closings and sales price. The District posted a median sales price of $569,500, a mere .1% decrease YoY while 850 properties sold, a 1.3% improvement YoY. Nearly half of all closings for July were condominium […]

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June 2018: Prices Rise While Volume Falls

July 12, 2018

Washington, DC The District posted an astounding $603,375 median sales price for the month of June, marking the 6th consecutive month of price increases. June surpassed May by only 2.3%, but when looking back to pre-recession levels, DC’s prices have increased over 35%! As sale prices continued to climb, the city experienced a 1% drop in […]

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March 2018: Buyer Demand Wanes in Conjunction with Lack of Inventory

April 12, 2018

Washington, DC Historically DC proper has been an outlier, often outperforming the rest of the region in terms of closings and sale price, but March was a different story. Median sales price did increase slightly (3.8%YoY) to reach $555,451 for the month, while closings for March declined almost 10% to 708 sales. Closings across all […]

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February: Lack of Inventory and Sales Volume Outweighs Price Appreciation

March 20, 2018

Washington, DC DC proper varied slightly from the overall region’s trends, with not only a 2.6%increase in sales price, but 10% growth in sales volume as well. Given the seemingly impervious demand and continuous construction within the District, the market activity exceeds that of the overall region most months. There were 595 closings last month […]

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January 2018: Low Inventory and Sales Activity Indicates Buyers Await the Spring Market

February 20, 2018

Washington, DC The District’s sales volume remained largely unchanged at 547 closings for the month of January, down just 0.4% from last year. Contrary to the overall metro area, DC also saw a slight dip in median sales price (4.3%) to reach $504,700. Closings within DC followed the typical urban trend of declining detached single-family […]

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December: Same Story, Different Month

January 17, 2018

Washington, DC The District continued to set itself apart from the rest of the Metro area, with both median sales price and sales volume improving over last year. Sales price increased almost 3% YoY to reach $565,000 for the month. Sales volume in DC jumped 10% YoY with 695 closings, with the strongest growth among […]

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November 2017: The Metro Prospers, While the District Plateaus

December 12, 2017

Washington, DC As mentioned above, Washington, DC struggled to surpass last year’s sale price of $549,000 for the month of November. While price levels remained flat, sales volume increased ever so slightly. In the District, 710 homes sold last month, with both condo and townhome sales growing 7.4% and 6% YoY, respectively. Detached single-family homes […]

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October: Buyer Confidence Returns

November 21, 2017

Washington, DC October was an incredibly active month within the District, shattering many of last year’s figures. 831 homes were sold last month, up over 30% from last October. Sales across all property types improved considerably, with at least 20% growth YoY. Townhome sales saw the greatest improvement with a 45% increase over last year. […]

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September: A slight regression, poised to bounce back

October 12, 2017

Washington, DC Similarly to August, the District was the only region within the Metro area to report a drop in median sales price for the month of September. Sale prices dipped over 6% compared to this time last year, reaching $501,000. Along with diminishing sale prices, sales volume throughout the District struggled as well, dropping […]


Smith | Schnider Promotes Liz Sacks to VP of Marketing

October 2, 2017

It has been a productive year for Liz Sacks since joining Smith | Schnider in June of 2016. Since coming aboard to serve as Director of Marketing for both Smith | Schnider and its home sales division, Liberty Properties, Liz has been promoted as the consulting firm’s Vice President of Marketing. “Shortly after joining Smith | […]

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August 2017 – No Buyer’s Market in Sight

Washington, DC August was a bit of an anomaly for the District, having an increase in new listings while median sales price dropped. DC proper was the only region within the Metro to report a drop in median sales price, resulting in a 5% decrease YoY to $545,000. While prices dipped slightly, closings in Washington […]

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July 2017 – A Slight Regression

August 15, 2017

Washington, DC The District remained competitive, with the same median sales price of last July at $570,000. While the sales price remained unchanged, DC experienced almost an 11% increase in closings across all property types. The most significant growth was concentrated amongst detached single-family homes, increasing 25% YoY. Townhome and condo sales improved as well […]

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May 2017 – Raising the Bar

June 14, 2017

Washington DC Washington DC achieved a personal milestone with a median sales price of $599,000 for May, reaching almost $600,000 for the first time ever. The scolding hot DC market continues to drive demand, while inventory continues to decline for the 13th straight month across the region. Although inventory has declined, closings still managed to […]

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April 2017 Market Insights

May 17, 2017

Washington DC Washington DC posted a $519,000 median sales price for the month of April, decreasing just 1% YoY. This slight drop may indicate that the seller’s market in DC has peaked and buyers have reached their threshold. The next few months will be able to provide some validation if this trend continues. Though the […]

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March 2017: Another Unmatched Month

April 14, 2017

Washington DC Washington DC experienced a 5.18% increase YoY in median sales price, reaching $535,000. In addition to sales price rising, the number of closings for DC improved as well. The District recorded 778 closings in March, up 19.1% YoY. The closings were distributed across multiple property types with condos/coops accounting for the majority with […]

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February 2017 – One for the Record Books

March 13, 2017

Washington, DC Median sales price for DC reached $519,000, declining 3.4% compared to last February. While sales declined slightly, both closings and pending sales increased 15.6% and 3.7% YoY respectively. 541 sales closed in DC for the month of February, while 1,224 sales were pending. Townhome contracts accounted for the majority of pending sales reaching […]

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Starting Off the Year Strong

February 16, 2017

Washington, DC The median sales price for DC reached $527,500 for the month of January, increasing 4.6% YoY. In addition to an increasing sales price, DC experienced a 21.1% increase YoY in closings, totaling 545 across all property types. The majority of the closings were derived from condo/coops sales reaching 253, up 16.6% YoY. Detached […]

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Petworth: Affordable & Hip

January 25, 2017

Petworth has been making a name for itself the past few years by slowly gentrifying, while still retaining a sense of community. The diverse population along with its location and relatively affordable cost of living has been driving new developments and the revitalization of the Petworth neighborhood. Georgia Avenue acts as the “main street” with […]

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A Gold at the NAHB Nationals Awards

Ultimately, the goal of our yellow box campaign was quite simply to connect with our recipients (prospective clients) on a very real and authentic level. Our personalized iPad customized to each recipient had a very honest and powerful statement from Smith | Schnider founder, Ron Smith and that is, “there is a better way.” The meaning […]

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Trending in 2017 | More Function, Less Excess

While 65% of current home buyers are preferring new construction, McMansions are losing popularity more and more.  For 2016, we saw the first decrease in average home size since 2009, moving from 2,689 to 2,634 square feet. According to Rose Quint of NAHB, “2016 marked the end of an era that began in 2009 when […]

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DC Metro Home Prices Reach the Highest Level for December Ever Recorded

January 12, 2017

The DC area posted a median price of $410,000, up 3.8% from last year and 0.8% from November. Though median sales price continues to increase, we saw closings, active listings, and sales volume decrease YoY. These metrics are indicating the continuation of a market with high demand and dwindling supply. Washington, DC DC experienced a […]

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DC Metro Population Boom and What It Will Mean for You

December 21, 2016

This means that by 2025, 7,053,000 people will live in the DC metro area – saturating an already low-inventory market. According to economist Stephen Fuller, the region would need to build 35,000 new housing units a year in order to keep up with the population growth, as opposed to 30,000 or so it is producing […]

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Another Record-Setting Month in 2016

December 20, 2016

Each month has posted record-setting numbers, and November is no exception. We saw the highest median sales price for the month of November since 2005 and the most closings since November 2009. As you can see in the graphic above, the median sales price for the DC metro was $407,000 in November. This is the […]

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Award Wins at NAHB’s The Nationals

December 6, 2016

Who knew a big yellow box could be filled with so much impact? Well, we definitely felt a favorable amount of confidence but the reaction, level of response and now the award recognition have exceeded any expectations we ever envisioned! The goal was a simple one. To very genuinely and openly express to local developers […]

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Market Insights for October 2016

November 16, 2016

Median Sales Price Growth Slows Down for DC Metro October’s median sale price for the DC Metro was $400,000, only a 0.3% improvement over last October. This is most likely the cause of appreciation and depreciation within each sub-market of the DC Metro. Prices appreciated in almost every sub-market, except Arlington County which depreciated 9%. […]

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Market Insights for September 2016

October 26, 2016

Record Median Sales Prices but Low Inventory While the past few months have proven to be successful for sellers, we are seeing a slight change in supply for the DC Metro real estate market. We have seen record median sale prices, contracts, and closings recently, but no mention of the declining inventory for prospective buyers. […]

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Meet Our New Market Insight Analyst

September 29, 2016

Smith | Schnider’s market value appreciated even more with the recent addition of Josh Sullivan as our new Market Insight Analyst. Josh comes to us from The CoStar Group, a national authority in commercial real estate research. At CoStar, Josh specialized in researching and compiling market data, transactional data, and property details. Josh took a […]

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Record Month for DC Area Real Estate in August

September 22, 2016

Though summer is coming to a close and beginning to wind down, the DC Metro area real estate market has been experiencing just the opposite. August proved to be an unprecedented month for the real estate market, with sale price, pending contracts, and closings at a level we haven’t seen in over a decade. Washington […]

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Market Insights June 2016

July 21, 2016

Homes for sale in June are moving two percent more quickly than last year as prices continue to hit new record highs. The median age of properties in June ended at 65 days, which is one day faster than last year and the same as last month. The median home was listed for $251,000, seven percent higher than one […]

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Market Insights May 2016

June 27, 2016

The median age of properties in May was 65 days, which was one day faster than a year ago and two days faster than last month. The median home was listed at $250,000 – 9 percent higher than one year ago and 1 percent higher than April. For-sale housing inventory also continues to increase on […]

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D.C. Area Housing Inventory Drops With Record Breaking Sales in May

June 23, 2016

During the month of May, there were 5,432 recorded sales, an increase of 12.3% from last year. Additionally, last month marked the 18th consecutive month in which closed sales increased year-over-year. While we are seeing the number of closed sales continually increasing, inventory has not been able to keep up with 7,436 new listings on […]

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Market Insights April 2016

May 31, 2016

Median age of inventory in April ended at 67 days, down 8 percent year-over-year and down 9 percent from March. Median listing price for April reached a record high of $247,300; a nine percent increase year- over-year and a three percent increase month-over-month. Listing inventory in April showed a three percent increase over March. However, […]

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Market Insights March 2016

April 19, 2016

Properties are averaging 75 days on the market in March, moving 14 days faster than a year ago and 19 faster than last month. The median list price in March was $238,000, 8 percent higher than one year ago and 3 percent higher than February. In Arlington County, VA, the median sold price for detached […]

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Discovering What Millennials Want in Home Design

April 13, 2016

Natural Materials Barn doors are seemingly becoming more popular in new or remodeled homes. You may find them being used as sliding doors to define spaces or in smaller places such as a closet or pantry door. Julie Walter, showroom manager at Boffi Georgetown, an Italian luxury kitchen and bath designer, describes how Boffi displays […]

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Which D.C. Neighborhood is the Hottest in the Nation for Home Flipping?

March 22, 2016

As we know, Petworth is one of the many up-and-coming neighborhoods in D.C. According to Curbed readers, Petworth was named “the hottest neighborhood of 2015”. Other D.C. neighborhoods that fared well were Brookland, with an average gain of $290,000, and Brightwood, coming in at an average of $261,000. In October 2015, DataLensDC reported on home […]

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Market Insights February 2016

March 11, 2016

The median list price in February increased slightly from January. Inventory volume is slowly increasing, but demand is growing faster. Listing inventory in February is expected to show a 2 percent increase over January. The median age of inventory is estimated to end at 96 days, down 4 percent from January and down 6 percent […]

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Arlington backs new ‘Village Center’ on Columbia Pike

February 29, 2016

At the corner of Columbia Pike and S. George Mason Drive, Reston-based Orr Partners will replace the Food Star supermarket and its associated parking lot with 365 market-rate apartments atop 82,000 square feet of ground-floor retail (including a new grocery store, possibly Harris Teeter) and a 600-space, three-level underground parking garage. The project sits on […]

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2016 Forecast for D.C. Listings

The number of active listings in January 2016 rose 4.1 percent year-over-year, a major difference from 2015’s difference to 2014. In January 2015, the year-over-year growth was 17.9 percent, while in January 2014, the year-over-year growth was 11.5 percent. Elliot Eisenberg attributes this sharp decline in growth to historical cycles and sustained buyer demand. He […]

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Market Insights January 2016

February 10, 2016

The median list price in January is down slightly from December, largely consistent with the seasonal shift that favors buyers. At the same time, inventory continues to move down from its yearly peak, so buyers see fewer total choices but face less competition for the supply on the market. The median age of inventory is […]

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Which D.C. Neighborhood is Predicted to be the Hottest of 2016?

February 1, 2016

This year, Mount Pleasant came in at #1 for the D.C. area – followed by 16th Street Heights and Woodbridge / Fort Lincoln. Mt. Pleasant is known for its charming neighborhood feel with Wardman-style townhomes that are typically larger than rowhouses in other parts of the city and typically have access to alley parking. A […]

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The Top 10 Emerging Trends Shaping Real Estate in 2016

January 28, 2016

Second Tier Cities Take Center Stage The report suggests that, in addition to having a hipness factor, cities such as Nashville, San Jose, Portland, Austin and Raleigh-Durham, benefit from lower costs of living, the increasing ease of staying connected far from main hubs, more upside from affordable and available investment opportunities, and increasing sophistication from […]

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Market Insights December 2015

January 20, 2016

The median list price in December is down just 1% from November, which is actually an increase of 9% from December last year. Listing inventory is expected to trend down 7% for the month, compared with November. Homes are taking longer to sell as markets prepare for the new year, but they’re still moving fast […]

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Market Insights November 2015

December 14, 2015

Residential listings continue to decline from its yearly peak. Listing inventory trended down 2 percent over October, and continued to move slower per normal seasonal patterns, with most markets entering Christmas mode. However, inventory still ended up moving faster than this time last year. The median age of inventory ended at 84 days, which is […]

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The First Year – A Look Back at 2015

December 7, 2015

1. With the completion of year one for Smith | Schnider, what do you see as the top highlights of the year? Ron: We were fortunate to put together a talented core group; as good or better than anyone I’ve ever worked with. Accolades for our team, the grand opening event and new Arlington office […]

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Industry News: Rise in DC Housing Inventory

October 23, 2015

Data proves that for the first time in a year, the inventory of homes on the market in Washington D.C. rose above a two-monthly supply in September. Along with the increasing inventory, we can predict that the buyer demand may be dropping off ever so slightly as we make our way into the holiday season. […]

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Market Insights September 2015

October 14, 2015

Listing inventory peaked early in September and ended the month down 0.7% from August. The median age of inventory is now 80 days, which is up 6.7% from August but remains down 5% year-over-year. In Arlington County, VA, the median sold price for Detached properties for September was $752,500, compared to the median sold price […]

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“Smith | Schnider Real Estate Firm Opens in Arlington”

October 8, 2015

The article touches on the history of Smith | Schnider’s founding principles; Julie Zelaska, Marty Schnider, and Ron Smith, noting that the trio has more than 75 years of real estate development, marketing and sales experience. Founding principle, Marty Schnider, describes the new firm as he says, “Our platform offers a deep, comprehensive and complementary […]

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Market Insights August 2015

September 23, 2015

We saw inventory grow 2% to its likely peak for the year, and while overall demand remained strong, the trend in median days on market suggests that the market is finding more of a balance. Median days on market are down 5 percent year-over-year and up 6 percent month-over-month at 75 days, which shows the […]

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“New Firm Looks to Capitalize on Upcoming Condo Boom”

August 31, 2015

Ron describes 2015 as the right timing for this launch as condos are finally coming back to the city. “We had a five-year break in the condo market,” says Ron. “Millennials haven’t really gone through a condo buying phase yet. They haven’t had the opportunity.” New developments are including condos more and more: two of […]

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Best Fourth of July Firework Spots

July 2, 2015

Looking for places to watch the Fourth of July fireworks in Washington, D.C.? If you are aiming to avoid the crowds at the National Mall, you will want to check out one of these awesome locations with everything to offer from waterfront views, to great cuisine, and tasty mixed cocktails. 1. Meridian Hill Park: 2500 […]

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Eye on the Economy

May 15, 2015

Spring has brought good news for the housing market. There has been a rise in pending and completed existing home sales. While new home sales declined significantly in March, the current pace of newly built home purchases is up almost 20% from a year ago. NAR estimated that the first-time homebuyer share has increased to […]

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Washington D.C. Area Market Heating Up

April 30, 2015

This spring has proven that the Washington D.C. region is becoming the land of increasingly expensive homes. After a strong March, sales have heated up in the area and prices are continuing to increase into April. According to data from Real Estate Business Intelligence, more homes priced north of $1 million hit the D.C.-area market […]

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Millennials Changing the Marketplace

February 15, 2015

Millennials, individuals between the ages of 18-31, are about to move into their prime spending years. So what does this mean for the economy? According to Goldman Sachs’ Global Investment Research team, Millennials will reshape the market place with their unique experiences and will change the ways we buy and sell. As we know, Millennials […]

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