S&P Case Schiller Says - Washington DC Ranks Top in Year Over Year Gains in Home Prices
Although the data released today by S&P/Case-Shiller shows that the majority of the country is showing a continued decline in home prices, Washington, DC had a healthy 3.5% increase over the previous year. Washington was one of only four ...
Posted by Gretchen Koitz on January 25, 2011 in Real Estate News
Downtown Bethesda Condo - Luxury Modern'rificness - Just Listed
A Unique Chance to Live in the Heart of Downtown Bethesda
Want to live a block from the metro and the Downtown Bethesda core, when you roll out of bed you’re practically at the new Equinox Bethesda? Welcome to 4818 Hampden Lane....
Posted by Gretchen Koitz on January 24, 2011 in Bethesda Real Estate
Bethesda/Chevy Chase Restaurant Week 2011 Reminder!
When DC’s Winter Restaurant Week wraps up, all you have to do is to cross into Maryland and enjoy a similar offering in Chevy Chase and Bethesda. Over 30 restaurants will participate this year with two and three course lunches and dinners ...
Posted by Gretchen Koitz on January 19, 2011 in Local Events
Washington DC Ranks #9 For Young Entreprenuers
Washington DC Ranks in Top Cities for Young Entrepreneurs
Under30CEO, an online resource for young entrepreneurs, recently asked its followers to let them know what cities in the US were friendliest for starting businesses. Among the items ...
Posted by Gretchen Koitz on January 14, 2011 in Commentary
Forbes Say DC Real Estate Will Flourish: Why It Doesn’t Matter
Why Am I just Seeing Picture of Washington DC
And why just the list of cities that will Flourish and Flounder in 2011? My apologies but I'm having trouble linking out to other post to help support my claim that these real estate studies that look ...
Posted by Gretchen Koitz on January 7, 2011 in Chevy Chase Real Estate
Is Washington DC Seduction City USA For International Real Estate Investors?
...Actually even Better!...
DC Noted as 2nd Best Places in The World For International Real Estate Investment
More good news for some segments of the DC real estate market? Yep!
DC joins NYC (who nudged us out of the number 1) in being ...
Posted by Gretchen Koitz on January 5, 2011 in Main