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Metro DC Luxury Homes and Condos

The Washington, DC area real estate market continues to evolve with upscale luxury properties at the front and center. With limited space for new developments in the District, much of the new construction activity is in the luxury sector for both single-family homes and condo projects. The DC suburbs are also seeing a significant rise in the as more homes and condos pass that magic $1M price point. Our firm, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty is the leader in marketing luxury property in the Metro DC area and we would welcome the opportunity to assist you in your purchase or sale of luxury property.

Metro DC Luxury Homes And Condos

Metro DC Luxury Homes And Condos October 30, 2020
477
Listed
133
Avg. DOM
$654.33
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$2,890,000
Med. List Price
477 Properties
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Recently Sold Metro DC Luxury Properties

Metro DC Luxury Properties Recent Sales October 30, 2020
200
Listed
132
Avg. DOM
$527.67
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$2,400,000
Med. List Price
200 Properties
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