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Here at Dwell we’re committed to selling your home no matter what the market is facing. We’ve seen and dealt with it all … from the Year of Peaking Prices to the Year of Bleak Housing. No matter what the conditions are, we will work with you in creating the best marketing strategy for your home so you can get it sold and be happy with the entire experience. Here’s your chance to make it your Year of Sayonara Old Home!

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2016 is considered to be one of the best real estate markets in over a decade. With rates remaining low and housing inventory available and selling quickly when priced correctly, we are seeing a well-balanced and swift real estate market in the Washington, DC area.

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2015 is proving to be a year of equality for buyers in sellers in the DC region. Sales and prices remain strong. The number of homes sold is higher than it has been in a decade, but inventories are also up, giving buyers more choices. What a perfect real estate market for everyone!
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With slow, steady growth in prices, inventory and even interest rates, 2014 is the Solid as a Rock Year for the DC metro housing market. 

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2013 is the Year of Great Expectations for both buyers and sellers as the DC market surges ahead with higher home prices, more stabilized neighborhoods…

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It’s not the Year of the Dragon but the Year of Falling Interest Rates. Mortgage rates hit record lows this year and kept dropping and dropping so that rates were BELOW 4% for weeks.

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We didn’t need George Clooney to batten down the hatches, but it was the Perfect Storm Year in the DC area. It was the best-case scenario kind with the combination of 1) a stabilized local market with growing confidence;

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And they’re off … DC took the lead and edged out its competitors by a nose at the A Year at the Races. All bets may have been off nationwide but DC continued tobest thenation as it saw positive gains…

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It’s the Rescue Me Year for two reasons and it has nothing to do with Denis Leary:1) The federal first-time homebuyer $8,000 tax credit had a BIG impact on the market by giving first-timers a major incentive to buy in the DC metro area and across the country.

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Charles Dickens couldn’t come up with as dreary an outlook as in The Year of Bleak Housing. Wary buyers stayed on the side lines in DC and across the country as prices kept dropping due to …

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Burst My Bubble Year makes it official as widespread housing declines continued to hit DC and the rest of the country for a full second year of a gooey meltdown.

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The Year of Peaking Prices started off well in the early months with a still “hot & spicy” real estate market with buyers urgently stirring up bidding wars, but by year’s end the top business story hitting the headlines…

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It was the Boom Boom Pow Year as lenders lent more, builders built more, and buyers bought more.”Gotta get-get” was the theme song of these heady days. Even though prices started to go through the roof…

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DC and the rest of the country entered The Year of the Mad, Mad, Mad World of Real Estate. It definitely was a madcap pursuit of the riches as buyers realized they could get bigger and better with the lure of McMansions in the outer DC suburbs…

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