This is a sponsored post form Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
Only nine properties went from pending to sold in Reston last week. That small number is consistent with the very sluggish November/December numbers we were seeing.
What’s much more encouraging is the large number of pending home sales, which is at 66. More than half of those properties went under contract in the past two weeks. That confirms there is a lot of activity in the market — certainly more than at this time last year.
Overall inventory is at 218 active homes for sale, or about a three-month’s supply.
Here are a few of the homes that sold this past week in Reston.
11990 Market St. #2014. 3BR, 3 BA. List Price: $1, 362,834. Sold Price: $1, 362,834. Seller Subsidy: $ 0
12001 Market St. #276. 1BR, BA. List Price: $299,990. Sold Price: $295,000. Seller Subsidy: $0
2078 Beacon Heights Dr. 3BR 2.5 BA. List Price: $939,000. Sold Price: $918,000. Seller Subsidy: $0
12148 Captiva Ct. 4BR, 2.5 BA. List Price: $325,000. Sold Price: $305,000. Seller Subsidy: $6,800
11685 Bennington Woods Rd. 4BR, 3.5 BA. List Price: $799,900. Sold Price: $794,000. Seller Subsidy: $0
12001 Taliesin Place. #23. 2BR, 1.5 BA. List Price: $329,500. Sold Price: $322,500. Seller Subsidy: $5,800
12195 Chancery Stations Circle. 3BR, 3 BA. List Price: $749,000. Sold Price: $740,000. Seller Subsidy: $580
11400 Washington Plaza W #1003. 2BR, 2 BA. List Price: $440,000. Sold Price: $440,365. Seller Subsidy: $0
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