May 11 2016 Link To Article In Washington Post About Real Estate In Suburbs Of Northern Virginia

Dated: 05/11/2016

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Interesting article yesterday in the Washington Post, link below. A few interesting statistics: I

In the Loudoun County community of Lansdowne, home prices have risen 5% since 2004, well below the national average of 13.5% gain.

Studies show that white collar workers and empty nesters are moving to walkable and transit accessible neighborhoods. This leaves the outer suburbs with hard to sell homes.

The Capital Beltway is a dividing line in housing values. Some DC neighborhoods have seen a 91% increase in value.

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