This is a sponsored post from Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
Reston saw a good jump in the number of houses that went from Pending to Sold this past week with 22 houses successfully getting to the settlement table.
Inventory has dropped slightly to 290 properties for sale in Reston. There are 85 pending home sales; and an inventory of just over three months.
Here are a few of the homes that sold this week.
11300 SUNDIAL CT #902. 2BR, 2.5BA , Original List Price, $269,000. Sold Price, $257,000
1209 WEATHERSTONE CT. 3BR 2FB, 2 HB. Original List Price, $550,000. Sold Price, $540,000. Seller Subsidy, $6,000
11990 MARKET ST #1404. 2BR, 2BA. Original List Price, $620,000. Sold Price $578,000
12350 LIMA LN. 3BR, 3BA. Original List Price, $647,000. Sold Price, $590,000
11613 WINDBLUFF CT #9B1. 3BR, 2.5 BA. Original List, $310,000. Sold Price, $300,000. Seller Subsidy, $7,000
11406 FAIRWAY DR. 3BR 2.5 BA. Original List $529,900, Sold Price $531,500. Seller Subsidy, $ 1,600
12016 TALIESIN PL #24. 1BR, 1 BA. Original List, $299,000. Sold Price, $287,500. Seller Subsidy, $10,000
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