Isn't Washington DC supposed to be the one market immune to the housing crises? Maybe not.
DC Rents Are Falling. Are House Prices Next?
But now rents in DC have started softening. While demand has certainly risen--DC has been gaining population for the first time in decades--in normal times, it might easily have been absorbed.
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But but but according to the e Washington Post, there middle of a real estate boom in DC.
This is big because Congress is likely to pick up on this.
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