Here’s a look at what’s happening in real estate in and around the District of Columbia.
February’s winter storms didn’t do much to damper the enthusiasm in the D.C. region’s housing market, an encouraging sign heading into the busy spring season. -Washington Post
The 22 residences would be built like rowhouses, with two units per three-story house. The homes would be built 16 feet wide and the units would be about 1,200 square feet each. -Urban Turf
It may seem like mortgage rates have been vacillating in a tight range, brushing up against 4 percent on the 30-year fixed and then falling back. Rates, however, are still considerably lower than they were a year ago. -CNBC
Five months after it acquired the hole-in-the-ground from longtime owners Monument Realty and Lehman Brothers, a partnership of Jair Lynch Development Partners and MacFarlane Partners has filed its plans to revive the Half Street project across N Street Southeast from Nationals Park. –Washington Business Journal