This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
The past seven days, we saw 31 Reston properties go from Active to Pending and 13 properties go from Pending to Sold.
The Reston real estate market is bolstered by a strong job market and general desirability. There’s still a lot of “softness” in the broader regional housing markets.
It’s important to remember that from the buyer or seller’s perspective the real estate market can only be viewed through a local lens, sometimes even hyperlocal. In any case, the Reston market continues to be strong.
Here are a few of the houses that sold this past week.
1645 Bennington Hollow Lane. 3BR, 3.5BA. List Price: $614,500. Sold Price: $614,500. Seller Subsidy: $0.
1577 Church Hill Place #1577. 2BR, 2BA. List Price: $315,000. Sold Price: $315,000. Seller Subsidy: $0.
2316 Hunters Run Drive #2316. 2BR, 2 BA. List Price: $259,900. Sold Price: $245,000. Seller Subsidy: $1,300.
1984 Solaridge Court. 3BR, 2.5BA. List Price: $679,000. Sold Price: $660,000. Seller Subsidy: $3,000.
11990 Market Street #914. 2BR, 2BA. List Price: $638,500. Sold Price: $633,000. Seller Subsidy: $0.
1848 Golf View Court. 3BR, 2FB, 2 HB. List Price: $499,000. Sold Price: $500,000. Seller Subsidy: $8,000.
The latest Reston Home Insider explains why buyer fatigue is so common right now and ways to push through it.
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