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Regional Property Values

District of Columbia

The District is the only locality where the median home sales price increased in 2008. The most notable increase was in Zip code 20007, which includes Georgetown, where the median jumped 18 percent to $1.075 million. Nonetheless, the three Zip codes east of the Anacostia River (20019, 20020 and 20032) continue to have some of the lowest prices in the region.

Median Purchase Price

January through December

Zip Code '07 Total Homes Sold '07 Median Purchase Price '08 Total Homes Sold '08 Total Homes Sold Change in Median Price
20001 198 460,000 150 425,000 -35,000
20002 498 419,900 333 414,750 -5,150
20003 210 540,000 196 535,250 -4,750
20005 - - 4 820,700 -
20007 237 909,150 199 1,075,000 165,850
20008 112 1,150,000 84 1,090,000 -60,000
20009 126 715,000 96 677,000 -38,000
20010 173 482,000 108 528,000 46,000
20011 43 415,000 290 375,000 40,000
20012 93 489,000 73 550,000 610,00
20015 185 840,000 138 870,000 30,000
20016 237 907,500 209 885,000 -22,500
20017 120 379,500 87 360,000 -19,500
20018 106 380,135 62 362,500 -17,635
20019 291 255,000 93 245,000 -10,000
20020 134 279,000 74 275,000 -4,000
20024 4 540,000 10 700,000 160,000
20032 53 257,500 29 233,750 -23,750
20036 2 2,550,000 1 1,095,000 -1,455,000
20037 9 750,000 3 932,000 182,000
Total 3,212 480,000 2,239 520,000 40,000
 

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SOURCE: Full-value transactions as reported by the District
CHART/MAP: Dan Keating and Nathaniel Vaughn Kelso - The Washington Post

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