In the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore metros, single-family housing conditions in 2016 should closely mirror last year. This means DC and Baltimore home sales activity should continue to increase. Home values are expected to increase slightly in DC and remain relatively flat in Baltimore, according to Andrew Strauch, vice president of product innovation and marketing for online real estate service MRIS.
- Counties that have seen the largest spike in sales represent some of the most affordable markets in either metro.
- Year-over-year home price appreciation in D.C. proper will be around 5 percent.
- Later recovering counties should attract more first-time buyers.
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