This is a sponsored post from Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
This week in Reston, 14 properties went from a Pending status to Sold. This is the second week in a row that the additions to inventory have been slightly more than double the number of properties that successfully settled. This is reflective of the slower May that Reston real estate agents were reporting.
When looking at the number of properties that went from Active to Pending over the last 30 days, the activity is strong but we’ll have to see how that plays out as those homes move through the sales process, there are lots of things that can go wrong between Pending and Sold.
Here are few of the properties that sold this past week:
12025 New Dominion Parkway #G-118. Listed $899,900. Sold $860,000.
1329 Dasher Lane. Listed $880,000, Sold $870,000.
2018 Upper Lake Drive. Listed $785,000. Sold $773,000.
11700 Great Owl Circle. Listed $595,000. Sold $610,000.
1920 Crescent Park Drive. Listed $535,000. Sold $531,000.
1713 Whisperhill Drive. Listed $324,900. Sold $325,000.
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