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Developer Plans 2,200 Units in Resilient DC

So far, D.C. has withstood the amount of new apartments that have opened over the past couple of years. But with more units in the pipeline, including 2,200 units near the Rhode Island Avenue Metro, the future still looks murky. More

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The Overdevelopment Watch: Three Cities That Could See an Apartment Glut

Cranes are suddenly appearing in a lot more markets around the country than just... More

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Could DC Demand Shift from Rental to Condo?

With nearly 15,000 rental units started in 2011 and almost no condo supply, you... More

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Uncertainty a “Megatrend” for D.C. Housing Market

Washington, D.C., led the apartment market out of the recession, but with oversupply and government cuts on the horizon, that could soon change. More

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D.C. Development Window Hits the Sweet Spot

Building an apartment in Washington, D.C.? If you want to hit the sweet spot, you better open your doors soon, according to Alexandria, Va.-based market research firm Delta Associates. More

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Some Areas of Nation’s Capital Thrive, While Others Struggle

Washington, D.C., is considered one of the strongest, if not the strongest, housing market in the country. But three different reports show exactly how unevenly this relative prosperity is distributed throughout the nation’s capital. More

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Apartment Transactions Fall 86 Percent

In the first quarter of '09, only $1.8 billion in apartment assets (totaling 152 properties) changed hands, according to Real Capital Analytics, a New York-based research firm that tracks commercial real estate. That’s a drop of 86 percent from a year ago. Volume fell 61 percent from the fourth quarter of 2008, and offerings outpaced closings by five to one. More

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