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DC Newly Renovated Homes And Condos

With limited building lots available anywhere in the District, many builders and developers are electing to renovate existing homes with new modern appointments and finishes. With most DC real estate websites, it can be challenging to determine if a home or condo has been recently renovated. To streamline your search we have created this page dedicated to only displaying newly renovated properties. If anything catches your eye, please press the ask about this property button and one of our team members will be in touch to answer any questions and coordinate a showing.

Newly Renovated DC Properties

Newly Renovated DC Properties January 26, 2021
66
Listed
90
Avg. DOM
$609.89
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$759,450
Med. List Price
66 Properties
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Recent Sales of DC Newly Renovated Homes & Condos

DC Newly Renovated Recent Sales January 26, 2021
61
Listed
73
Avg. DOM
$499.94
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$667,000
Med. List Price
61 Properties
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