Homes for Sale in Washington, DC
Homes for Sale in Washington, DC

On the Market in Washington, DC

5119 CATHEDRAL AVE NW
$1,850,000 | 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths
1105 P ST NW
$1,734,750 | 5 Beds | 3/2 Baths
2516 Q ST NW #Q301
$1,590,000 | 2 Beds | 2.5 Baths
3030 CHAIN BRIDGE RD NW
$22,000,000 | 8 Beds | 10/3 Baths
3005 45TH ST NW
$18,000,000 | 8 Beds | 8/5 Baths
2815 WOODLAND DR NW
$11,500,000 | 4 Beds | 5/2 Baths
2430 WYOMING AVE NW
$9,975,000 | 6 Beds | 7.5 Baths
3053 P ST NW
$8,750,000 | 9 Beds | 8/3 Baths
3101 CHAIN BRIDGE RD NW
$8,100,000 | 8 Beds | 9/3 Baths
3245 N ST NW
$7,995,000 | 6 Beds | 4/2 Baths

Sold Listings

1530 SWANN ST NW
$2,050,000 | 5 Beds | 3.5 Baths
3429 34TH PL NW
$1,900,000 | 5 Beds | 3.5 Baths
421 E ST NE
$1,255,000 | 5 Beds | 3/2 Baths

Guide to Homes for Sale in Washington, DC

Adams Morgan in Washington, DC
Dupont Circle in Washington, DC
Brookland Pint in Washington, DC
Georgetown Waterfront in Washington, DC

A planned city, Washington, DC is home to some of the best entertainment venues in the area, a wonderfully diverse population, an abundance of terrific restaurants and a historical charm that is unmatched anywhere else in the country.

Surrounded by Virginia, Maryland, & the Potomac River

Washington, DC is divided into four unequal quadrants: Northwest, Northeast, Southwest and Southeast. The city is belted by Southern Avenue SE and the Potomac River to the south, the river and Western Avenue NW to the west, Eastern Avenue NE to the east, and the intersection between Western Avenue NW and Eastern Avenue NE create the northern point of the district.

DC is surrounded by Virginia to the south and Maryland to the north. Cities and neighborhoods bordering the district include Bethesda, Silver Spring and College Park to the north, Hyattsville and Largo to the east, Arlington, McLean and Annandale to the west and Alexandria to the south.

Washington, DC Homes for Sale

Depending on where you want to live, one housing style might be more popular than another. Homes for sale in DC include detached single-family homes, row houses, condos, as well as numerous apartment buildings. A terrific thing about DC is that you can find anything from sprawling single family homes in beautiful neighborhoods to condominiums or co-ops. One of the most popular styles is the historic row homes, some of which date back hundreds of years.

Music Venues & DC Nightlife

There are plenty of world-class restaurants, nightlife and a plethora of diverse cultures throughout DC. Many neighborhoods in the district supply a wealth of nightlife experience including H St. Corridor, U St. Corridor, Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle, to name a few. Dupont Circle is most notably home to Eighteenth Street Lounge. The 9:30 Club is a terrific music venue and is located in the historic U St. Corridor. You can go almost anywhere in the city and find a wonderful restaurant or café serving cuisines from virtually every region around the world. For large events, residents and visitors alike often find themselves a theVerizon Center. This arena is home to the NBA Wizards and also serves as an entertainment arena, where America’s biggest acts come to play.

Arts, Parks, & Museums

Arena Stage and the Kennedy Center are two of the premiere destinations for theater-goers. The Kennedy Center is home to the National Symphony, the Washington National Opera, and the city’s ballet. It is also close to the National Mall, where you can find plenty of terrific museums including the National Gallery of Art and the National Air and Space Museum.

South of the mall, at the Tidal Basin, you can see featured rows of Japanese cherry blossom trees that originated as gifts from Japan. Despite being a bustling city, Washington, DC has plenty of green space, and residents are able to enjoy everything from quaint parks to tree-lined neighborhoods. Some of the city’s most notable parks include Rock Creek Park, Anacostia Park, and Hains Park.

Getting Around in DC

Major highways, including I-95, I-66, and I-395, all lead into Washington, but terminate shortly after entering the city. The Washington Metro offers both train and bus service within the city and to its suburbs. Union Station is the city’s main train station and is a transportation hub for passengers on Amtrak, VRE, MARC, and the Metro system. Three major airports serve the capital: Reagan National Airport, Dulles International Airport and BWI Airport.

Washington, DC is a dynamic city with a large historical background. Lately, the city has revitalized many of its neighborhoods that have led to an influx of newcomers. Its rapid transit system, diverse entertainment, and unmatched attractions are just some of the reasons why DC is a place that many people want to call home.

U Street Corridor in Washington, DC
Petworth Sign in Washington, DC

Real Estate Market Stats

Basic Stats Overview

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Last Updated: 10/16/2017
M/M Y/Y
Homes for Sale 1,580 +5.1% +9.6%
Months Inventory 2.16 +4.6% +4.2%
Contracts Pending 1,305 +11.1% +3.9%
Solds: 90 Day 2,171 -10.6% +5.7%
Average List Price/Sold Price 99.41% -0.3% +0.6%
Active/Pending Ratio 1.21 -6.6% +5.8%
Average Price M/M Y/Y
Active $1,025,977 +2.3% +12.1%
Pending $620,099 +5.3% +3.7%
90 Day Sold $652,532 -4.9% -1.7%
Median Price
Active $646,450 -0.4% +11.8%
Pending $499,900 +10.0% +2.6%
90 Day Sold $535,000 -3.9% -2.8%
Days on Market
Active 58.40 +4.7% +0.1%
Pending 32.66 -7.8% -3.8%
90 Day Sold 28.06 +5.8% -6.6%
M/M Y/Y
Homes for Sale 308 +7.5% +12.7%
Months Inventory 2.74 +7.3% +6.9%
Contracts Pending 196 +5.1% -7.7%
Solds: 90 Day 332 -17.2% +8.1%
Average List Price/Sold Price 98.65% -0.2% +2.1%
Active/Pending Ratio 1.57 +2.5% +19.1%
Average Price M/M Y/Y
Active $1,904,799 +9.4% +12.6%
Pending $767,979 +9.3% -10.6%
90 Day Sold $942,867 -9.7% -11.4%
Median Price
Active $1,144,500 +20.1% +21.5%
Pending $577,000 +13.5% -4.0%
90 Day Sold $722,500 -7.3% -9.3%
Days on Market
Active 72.27 +3.9% +0.1%
Pending 37.30 -14.9% -14.5%
90 Day Sold 31.76 +16.7% -8.8%
M/M Y/Y
Homes for Sale 592 -1.2% +8.1%
Months Inventory 1.87 -2.1% +2.7%
Contracts Pending 621 +11.3% +8.5%
Solds: 90 Day 944 -9.1% +4.4%
Average List Price/Sold Price 99.70% -0.4% +0.2%
Active/Pending Ratio 0.95 -14.7% -1.1%
Average Price M/M Y/Y
Active $955,204 -1.2% +10.0%
Pending $648,889 +3.9% +3.6%
90 Day Sold $719,812 -2.9% +1.6%
Median Price
Active $729,000 -5.6% +7.4%
Pending $579,000 +5.9% +0.7%
90 Day Sold $647,500 -1.2% -0.4%
Days on Market
Active 50.80 +10.5% +14.7%
Pending 32.50 -1.4% +5.1%
90 Day Sold 24.63 +4.7% -9.7%
M/M Y/Y
Homes for Sale 680 +9.4% +9.4%
Months Inventory 2.25 +9.3% +4.0%
Contracts Pending 488 +13.3% +2.7%
Solds: 90 Day 895 -9.7% +6.1%
Average List Price/Sold Price 99.49% -0.2% 0.0%
Active/Pending Ratio 1.39 -5.0% +6.5%
Average Price M/M Y/Y
Active $689,537 -1.7% +12.3%
Pending $524,068 +6.2% +13.8%
90 Day Sold $473,869 -2.8% -0.3%
Median Price
Active $475,000 +1.3% +11.6%
Pending $410,000 +5.2% +2.5%
90 Day Sold $410,000 -3.7% -4.3%
Days on Market
Active 58.73 -0.9% -11.6%
Pending 31.00 -12.2% -8.6%
90 Day Sold 30.30 +2.6% -3.3%

How Much is Available?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Active Inventory
The number of Homes for Sale in Washington, DC homes listed for sale. Lower inventory favors sellers in negotiations.

How Many Months of Inventory?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Months Inventory
The number of homes listed for sale in Homes for Sale in Washington, DC divided by the number of homes sold in one month. Higher inventory favors buyers.

More Actives or More Pendings?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Active/Pending Ratio
Ratio of homes in Homes for Sale in Washington, DC listed for sale versus those under contract. The lower the number, the hotter the market.

Are Sellers Negotiating?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, List/Sold Ratio
Shows a comparison between the final sales price of homes sold in Homes for Sale in Washington, DC versus their list price.

What is Average?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Average Sale Price (90 Days)
Average list price of homes for sale in Homes for Sale in Washington, DC

How Fast Are They Selling?

Data Source: MRIS Listing Data, Days on Market (Sold Listings 90 Days)
Average days from Listing Date to Sold Date for Homes for Sale in Washington, DC homes that sold in the past 90 days.

Featured Washington, DC Neighborhoods

Adams Morgan
54 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $500,000
Anacostia
41 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $280,200
Brookland
38 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $550,000
Capitol Hill
112 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $724,900
Chevy Chase
23 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $960,000
Cleveland Park
26 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $489,250
Columbia Heights (DC)
81 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $659,618
Dupont Circle
49 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $435,000
Foggy Bottom / West End
71 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $620,000
Homes for Sale in Georgetown Washington, DC
75 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $1,267,500
Glover Park
19 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $415,000
H Street
22 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $700,000
Kalorama
22 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $1,397,000
Ledroit Park / Bloomingdale
27 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $815,000
Logan Circle
50 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $714,000
Mount Vernon Square
16 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $520,000
Navy Yard
2 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $525,000
Penn Quarter / Chinatown
36 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $494,950
Petworth
81 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $615,000
Shaw
34 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $660,000
Southwest Water Front
34 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $349,000
Tenleytown / AU Park
26 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $949,900
Trinidad / Gallaudet
35 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $525,000
U Street Corridor
55 Homes for Sale
Today's Median Price $685,000