Cherry blossoms blooming are not the only pretty sight in DC this week. A short trip through any neighborhood reveals brand new “For Sale” signs. Announcements from brokers, large and small, in a myriad of shapes, colors and sizes proclaim DC home for sale inventory is on the rise. This morning, a search of the area reveals listings everywhere.
American University Park has two listings under $500,000. A couple of weeks ago, there were only a few homes for sale there (all close to $1,000,000). You could spend a lot of time in the Adams Morgan area looking at homes for sale. There are over 200 homes on the market in an area that had little for sale last month. If you are still thinking about Brookland (the latest hot spot), almost 50 homes are for sale. It is the same all over the city. DC home for sale inventory is on the rise. Capitol Hill, Cleveland Park, Dupont Circle, H Street, Shaw and Tenleytown all have homes for sale.
If you would like to see any of the homes for sale, up close and personal, fill out the form below and I will make arrangements for that to occur at your convenience. After all, now is the time. DC home for sale inventory is on the rise.
Washington DC in Springtime
You can read about neighborhoods elsewhere on this website. You can listen to the nightly news and hear what’s happening or not happening on Capitol Hill. There is no shortage of news about what goes on in the Capitol of the United States. What you may not have heard and you may not know…Nobody does Spring like Washington DC.
This is but a taste of the visual delights we enjoy each Spring
The area around the Tidal Basin draws the most attention. There is the Cherry Blossom Festival that draws crowds from all over the world. It is a spectacular sight, blooming cherry trees against a backdrop of our Nation’s monuments. It is but the tip of the floral iceberg. If you have the time and inclination, you can drive out Rock Creek Park and enjoy Forsythia, azaleas and tulips and jonquils and a smorgasboard of color. Weeping willows green up and dance in the breeze. Tiny flowers spring through soil awakening from and long winter’s nap. It is Springtime in Washington and we bloom from the shores of the Potomac to the foothills below Sugarloaf Mountain.
If you decide to make the journey, don’t be fooled by the narrow window offered on the festival blooming. Our area is blessed with a relatively long process. If you miss them on the Tidal Basin, you can see them in Olney. If you would like to find out more about moving to this area, you can contact me via this form.
This is your Nation’s Capitol, Washington DC and I promise you Nobody does Spring like Washington DC