Between 2015 and 2020, the median home price citywide has risen roughly 20%, or $105,000, increasing from $520,000 to $625,000. Below, we pull some data from a sample of DC neighborhoods to get a look at how prices have fared on a more granular level.
In addition to heaters and fire pits, restaurants around DC hope to extend the outdoor dining season this winter with the help of semi and fully enclosed structures like faux igloos, yurts, cabanas, tents, and greenhouses. Air flow varies by structure; for fully enclosed setups like plastic bubbles, it’s probably a good idea to only dine with members of your immediate household.
The latest data from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) illustrates a nationwide housing market that is only continuing to gain steam. In October, 6.85 million existing homes sold, a 26.6% increase from October 2019. These sales numbers were also 4.3% higher than those in September, the fifth consecutive month with a month-over-month increase.