With high oil costs and escalating fears over environmental damage, many Americans are looking for ways to use limit their energy consumption.
A new report suggests the District's housing market, unlike most around the country, is back to full speed, according to The Washington Post.
If great travel options are important to you, now might be an opportune time to consider buying real estate in Washington, DC, as that metro just found out it will have a significantly improved train terminal in the coming years.
People who buy one of the homes for sale in Washington, DC, could be in good shape - the District is one of the few cities to have fully recovered from the recent recession.
For those looking to live in an area that has this state of mind, you might want to consider buying one of the homes for sale in Washington, DC.
People considering buying one of the homes for sale in Washington, DC, should take special note of news that the District has been undergoing a sharp rise in the sale of luxury real estate.
Amtrak recently announced its proposal for a $151 billion project that would revolutionize the so-called Northeast corridor and provide commuters, residents and tourists a viable alternative to air and car travel, according to Crain's Business.
Policymakers in Washington, DC, are considering loosening the restrictions on the height of the city's buildings, according to US News and World Report.
Housing prices in the metropolitan Washington, DC, area have surpassed their 2007 peak, according to the Washington Business Journal.
In a stark reversal from a few years ago, real estate agents in the District are encountering motivated buyers, multiple offers and shorter listings for many of the properties they advertise.