DC real estate growth moderate, expected to keep pace

  • Single-family rental growth has slowed in the high-end tier as of May, while the lower end of the market has remained strong throughout the nation, at 5.3 percent annual growth.
  • In June 2016, the Home Price Index increased 2.6 percent in District of Columbia on an annual basis, and the monthly uptick was 1.5 percent.
  • D.C. had one of the nation's highest rates of foreclosure inventory in June, at 2 percent.

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CoreLogic’s Market Pulse for August 2016 reports on the national market and local trends, including a new inside look at the rental sector. Similar to the data company’s CoreLogic Home Price Index (HPI) and CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index, the new Single-Family Rental Index (SFRI) measures the growth of the rental market since January 2007.

After a massive growth spurt at the tail end of 2009 and into 2011 and steady growth that continued for a few years after, the SFRI shows rental price gains have recently begun to soften.