Weekly List Of Just Listed Townhomes In Old Town Alexandria

Dated: 03/16/2016

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Here is your updated listings of new townhomes in Old Town Alexandria/22314.   The average sales price to original list price in Old Town Alexandria was 94.6% last month.  In February 2015, the ratio was 96.8%.   Therefore, homes are being priced pretty competitively in Old Town Alexandria/22314.   Home owners are getting pretty close to their asking price in Old Town Alexandria.  Homes are staying on the market for about 3 months in Old Town Alexandria/22314.  Compared to the rest of the county that is not bad at all and sellers should be happy with these numbers.    We are in a very healthy market in the  DMV.   If you plan on selling or buying a home in Old Town Alexandria in the coming months please register on our website to get regular updates of the area.   


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