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Homebuying just got a little more complicated in the District of Columbia.
D.C. developer plans to breathe new life into a shuttered North Columbia Heights* funeral parlor.
Home prices have been making steady annual gains in the Washington area, and it looks like that trend will continue.
A 16.5-acre property originally part of George Washington's Mount Vernon estate just sold for $18.6 million, the highest sale price in the Washington area in more than two-and-a-half years.
The online real estate company Trulia estimates that it's 34 percent cheaper to buy than rent a home in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
A new analysis shows that loan applications for home purchases have dropped 20 percent in the past four months compared with the same period a year ago, and experts think student loan debt may be to blame.
Nice homes are a mainstay in the D.C. region. Mansions with price tags in the millions aren't uncommon. So, where are the best of the best?
You might be looking to steal a deal by buying a fixer-upper, but Ron Sitrin, of Long and Foster, says it's not so simple.
Home values are rising in much of Washington's Maryland suburbs, but new property assessments show signs of continued trouble in southern and western Maryland and on the Eastern Shore.
If you have plans to buy a house in 2014, some new fees on the settlement sheet may surprise you.
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