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Teardowns: Tearing apart or building up the neighborhood?

In Battery Park, a homeowner confesses that her allegiances are in conflict.

    Fairfax City’s Country Club Hills seems from another era

    WHERE WE LIVE | History plays a role in the attitude and the environs of community.

      Taking luxury condos to another level

      BUYING NEW | Quarry Springs, a gated community in Bethesda, Md., promises luxury well beyond the norm for the D.C. area

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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.

      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.

      Tudor-style waterfront home on Lake Barcroft lists for $1.875 million

      Tudor-style waterfront home on Lake Barcroft lists for $1.875 million

      TOWN SQUARE | The four-bedroom, five-bathroom estate has Gothic-style antique wood carvings as well as a koi pond and a private dock with a pontoon boat.

      Post Real Estate contributors win three national journalism awards

      Post Real Estate contributors win three national journalism awards

      Columnist Kenneth R. Harney and freelancer Audrey Hoffer are recognized for excellence in writing contest.

      Watching French tall ship from his beach reinforces landowner’s plan to build at the Potomac shore

      Watching French tall ship from his beach reinforces landowner’s plan to build at the Potomac shore

      Tracking the L’Hermione gives him a fun respite from snags in St. Mary’s County renovation project.

      Historic waterfront estate in Virginia heads to auction block

      Historic waterfront estate in Virginia heads to auction block

      TOWN SQUARE | The 617-acre Green Plains Estate in Mathews County was once owned by John Cabot’s family.