This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
Property inventory is just beginning to creep back up after a holiday lull that sent the total number of homes for sale in Reston to under 200. That’s the lowest it’s been in most of the previous 12 months.
At our current pace of sales, 88 settled transaction in the past 30 days, this represents just over 2 months of housing inventory. It’s a good start to the year and a good bit of activity given the holiday season.
Here are a few of the houses listed this week.
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