Capitol Hill was hot, hot, hot in August! And we don’t just mean temperature wise. Real estate sales in Capitol Hill were up 58.3% over the same period last year and up 20% over July 2014 with 18 units sold . Additionally, 19 units went under contract making months of inventory available based on closed sales a very low 0.8. Translation: houses are selling faster than they are coming on the market. This is drastically reducing inventory and creating an even stronger market for sellers whose homes are priced appropriately.
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