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Welcome to the Georgetown Real Estate Blog!

This website is dedicated to topics directly relevant to buying and selling real estate in Georgetown Washington, DC. It provides you with insight on the latest developments and trends in the local housing market. The Georgetown Real Estate Blog also provides you with additional information that can be useful to you. The topics discussed here are varied and will educate you to become a better informed buyer or seller.

In addition to the articles posted here, be sure to check out our Georgetown Market Report. There you will find valuable, real time information on the Georgetown housing market. And be sure to sign up for our Monthly Newsletter which explains this data and how it affects you. If you want to know what it’s like to live and work in Georgetown, visit our About Georgetown page. Finally, for more information on any of the topics discussed here, or to make an appointment to speak with Melanie, please use our Contact page.

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Historic Designation and Home Ownership

The Georgetown Historic District, was the first Historic District in DC and only the sixth...

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by Melanie Hayes

DC’s Advisory Neighborhood Commission And You

What is an ANC?  DC's Advisory Neighborhood Commissions explained Advisory Neighborhood...

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by Melanie Hayes

Fitness Centers In Georgetown, DC

Working Out In Georgetown From Boutique to Luxury DC is a very fit town and Georgetown boasts...

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by Melanie Hayes

EastBanc’s “Entrance to Georgetown” new housing development finally cleared

Last hurdle finally cleared for a new housing development in Georgetown After a protracted...

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by Ryan

Property Tax Rates and DC Real Estate

How DC Property Tax is calculated and what it means for your home purchase or sale Property...

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by Melanie Hayes

The Top 3 Home Buying To-Do’s

The Top 3 Home Buying To-Do's Making a move can seem overwhelming as there are numerous...

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by Melanie Hayes