DC in a week: June 27-July 1

This week's Washington DC news relating to the real estate industry

Need news in a flash? Here’s what’s happening in your community.

D.C. and Baltimore ranked as the two last markets for strong rent growth out of those studied by Yardi Matrix’s monthly rent survey. By year-end in 2016, D.C. rent is expected to grow 1.2 percent, and Baltimore’s forecasted at 1 percent.

Trulia has added a filter for renters to view listings based on their proximity to bus, rail or subway stations in D.C and other metros. It works by overlaying transit stations onto a search map and surfacing all listings within a 15-minute walk of each.


Black Knight Financial Services released its April 2016 home price index data for Washington D.C., showing the metro home price index value at $396,000, up 0.9 percent month-over-month and 2.1 percent year-over-year.

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