Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Morning Real Estate Review


Fairfax home prices climb, homes selling faster (Fairfax News) Following the general trend for the region, homes in Fairfax experienced better selling conditions this February than last February.

10 G Street, NE wins LEED Gold for Existing Buildings
(Globe St.) Brokers find that LEED certification is a major factor in office leasing.

2001 L Street sells to Minshal Steward for $61m (Citybiz real estate) The 10-story office building was built in 1985.

Fairfax County agrees on $2.78m in subsidies for affordable housing for the mentally ill (Washington Post)

Buying cheaper than renting in nearly 100 major U.S. markets (HousingWire) 98 out of 100 markets in the Trulia survey prove to give better deals to buyers than tenants, thanks to continually rising rents.

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