Single Family Homes are in high demand in Washington DC

Unfortunately, supply is low and prices are skyrocketing as buyers battle for available listings.

RBI market data shows that despite an 11.3% increase in supply during the month of May, attached Single Family Home (SFH) supply is the lowest of all home types. The median sold price for Attached/Townhouse properties for May rose to $740,000, an increase of 3.1% over April and an increase of 5% from May 2017. The average Days On Market for attached homes sold in May was 26 days, 9% below the 5-year May average of 29 days. There was a 2.4% month-over-month decrease in new contract activity with 359 New Pending sales; and a 5.2% MoM decrease in All Pending sales (new contracts + contracts carried over from April) to 514. This data includes homes throughout the district. Below are statistics for featured neighborhoods for Single Family Homes in DC. For data on all DC neighborhoods, see our Market Data page.

Districtwide Data

Unfortunately, supply is low and prices are skyrocketing as buyers battle for available listings.

Data for neighborhoods with highest demand

Capitol Hill South

Capitol Hill North

Petworth NW

Brookland-Catholic U NW

American University Park NW

Spring Valley NW

Mount Pleasant NW

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