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In the market for a home in D.C. but don’t have a mint? Hello, fixer-upper.

D.C. couple proves that single-family houses can be had for under $500,000 — with a little extra effort.

    Lamond Riggs is in transition again

    WHERE WE LIVE | The Northeast Washington neighborhood is starting to see welcome development.

      Eleven Oaks is a new development that straddles Fairfax county and Fairfax city

      BUYING NEW | The 7.6-acre community of townhouses and single-family houses takes its name from a majestic oak.

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      A look inside the most expensive condo on the market in D.C.

      HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The $13.95 million penthouse has more than 3,000 square feet of terraces overlooking Washington.

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      Housing sale trends in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia

      Explore real estate trends from the last 10 years of property sales in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

      Once with a medical suite, this home is anything but sterile

      Once with a medical suite, this home is anything but sterile

      HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The 5,535-square-foot home in AU Park is well suited for hosting dinner parties.

      Mortgage rates move higher ahead of holiday weekend

      Mortgage rates move higher ahead of holiday weekend

      The 30-year fixed-rate average reached its highest level of the year, rising to 4.08 percent.

      In the market for a home in D.C. but don’t have a mint? Hello, fixer-upper.

      In the market for a home in D.C. but don’t have a mint? Hello, fixer-upper.

      D.C. couple proves that single-family houses can be had for under $500,000 — with a little extra effort.

      Eleven Oaks is a new development that straddles Fairfax county and Fairfax city

      Eleven Oaks is a new development that straddles Fairfax county and Fairfax city

      BUYING NEW | The 7.6-acre community of townhouses and single-family houses takes its name from a majestic oak.

      Upscale mixed-use development opens near National Cathedral

      Upscale mixed-use development opens near National Cathedral

      TOWN SQUARE | Cathedral Commons includes apartments and townhouses for rent as well as retail and restaurants.

      A little lie on mortgage application can cost you big

      A little lie on mortgage application can cost you big

      Lenders are employing new ways to sniff out buyers who say they plan to live in property to get a better rate.

      Lamond Riggs is in transition again

      Lamond Riggs is in transition again

      WHERE WE LIVE | The Northeast Washington neighborhood is starting to see welcome development.

      Developers resurrect long-condemned Isabella apartments in Columbia Heights

      Developers resurrect long-condemned Isabella apartments in Columbia Heights

      TOWN SQUARE | The building, which sat vacant for 20 years, was fully renovated and is now 50 percent leased.

      Closing on a home in the fall? Here’s how a change aimed at helping you could snag you.

      Closing on a home in the fall? Here’s how a change aimed at helping you could snag you.

      REAL ESTATE MATTERS | The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new settlement rules are scheduled to go into effect Oct. 1.

      Why you should avoid Fridays — and the 15th — when closing on a home

      Why you should avoid Fridays — and the 15th — when closing on a home

      The end of the week can be extremely busy. Try scheduling your settlement on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday.