Reston Real Estate: Just Listed


This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.

In my last post about the year in real estate I talked about how the low housing inventory didn’t seem to be driving buyer panic or seller over-confidence.

The market behavior is balanced but very active. As one would expect in this post-holiday week there are very few new listings and only 106 active properties on the market.

What I think is interesting is that 55 properties went into Pending status over the past 30 days and more than half of those did so in the last two weeks!

There are buyers out there looking, so if you’re thinking of selling it might be a good time to clean out the closets and call your agent.

Here are a few of the new listing this week:

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