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Alexandria, Virginia: Current Home Prices & Inventory

More than 58% of the homes currently available for sale in Alexandria, Virginia are condominiums.  See Alexandria Virginia Condominium Inventory -- November 2007

However, there are still a good number of single family homes and townhouses in all price ranges available throughout Alexandria City.

As of December 5, 2007, there are 338 townhouses and single family homes on the market in Alexandria.  65 homes sold in the last 30 days.  This means that there the current inventory represents a 5.2 month supply of Alexandria homes available.  Despite media reports to the contrary about the Northern Virginia housing market, at least in Alexandria there remains a healthy and stable resale inventory.  Additionally 69 Alexandria homes are currently under contract and pending sale.

Where are the homes in Alexandria?

The chart below shows the current amount of homes available in the highest inventory areas of Alexandria.

Inventory of Homes Alexandria December 2007

 

Here are some other articles about several of these neighborhoods:

November Update on Cameron Station Sales

Old Town Alexandria: Homes For Sale -- Something Old, Something New & Market Statistics

Del Ray, Alexandria: A Popular and Eclectic Neighborhood

 

The table below details current pricing in each of these popular Alexandria communities:

 

Neighborhood

Price Range

Average Price

Cameron Station

$430K-$900K

$622,444

Del Ray

$470K-$789K

$603,100

Old Town Alexandria

$265K-$2.25M

$946,187

Potomac Greens

$737K-$1.30M

$897,230

Rosemont

$395K-$2.20M

$974,906

Stonegate

$499K-$739K

$616,500

Single Family Homes are Available in ALL price ranges in Northern Virginia

 

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Comment balloon 10 commentsBrian Block • December 05 2007 11:45AM

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Brian, this is a fabulous presentation of inventory.  How did you get the bars to be different colors on the chart?  May I borrow this idea for my local blog?
Posted by Lisa Heindel, New Orleans Real Estate Broker (Crescent City Living LLC) about 10 years ago
LISA: Thanks for your comment and compliments.  Feel free to borrow this idea for your local blog.  I just sent you an e-mail with detailed instruction for changing the colors on the bar chart.
Posted by Brian Block, Northern Virginia & D.C. Real Estate (RE/MAX Allegiance, Managing Broker/Branch Vice President) about 10 years ago

But this makes sense given the demographics of your area.

And might I say that you do an excellent job of keeping your Localism posts out front and consistent. I need to do the same thing myself. I'm bad ;-(

Posted by Jennifer Monroe, Real Estate REALTOR®/Broker in Beautiful Charlotte (Savvy + Company Real Estate) about 10 years ago
JENNIFER:  Thanks for your comment.  I appreciate your support and compliment.
Posted by Brian Block, Northern Virginia & D.C. Real Estate (RE/MAX Allegiance, Managing Broker/Branch Vice President) about 10 years ago
Hi Brian. Knowning your fondness for charts, you might be interested in the Google Chart API.
Posted by Mike from MRIS (MRIS) about 10 years ago
Nice job...I'm usuing the graphs in my localism posts more and more now...give a little more visual effect for the consumer.
Posted by Neal Bloom, Realtor CRS-Weston FL Real Estate (eXp Realty) about 10 years ago
MIKE:  Thanks for the information about this graphing resource.  I'll take a look.
Posted by Brian Block, Northern Virginia & D.C. Real Estate (RE/MAX Allegiance, Managing Broker/Branch Vice President) about 10 years ago
NEAL:  Thanks for your comment.  I know that consumers like to see these graphs.  Most people are very visual learners.
Posted by Brian Block, Northern Virginia & D.C. Real Estate (RE/MAX Allegiance, Managing Broker/Branch Vice President) about 10 years ago

Brian,

I don't know the area but it is surprising to see Potomac Greens has fairly low inventory. It is a nice looking presentation with the color graphic and chart.

I'd like to know as well how did you get the charts to be different colors? May you share it?

Dave

Posted by David Dee, Real Estate - San Gabriel Valley (L.A.) & N. Orange County CA (IRN REALTY) about 10 years ago
DAVE:  Thanks for your comment.  I just sent you a detailed e-mail about manipulating chart colors.
Posted by Brian Block, Northern Virginia & D.C. Real Estate (RE/MAX Allegiance, Managing Broker/Branch Vice President) about 10 years ago

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