Screen Shot 2017-02-03 at 12.07.58 PM.pngInterested in buying a home in Washington D.C.? Real estate research site NeighborhoodX helped buyers identify which areas of DC are affordable at this time by putting together all the data in one great graph! Using neighborhood home prices by price per square foot, you can compare popular neighborhoods and decide where to begin house hunting

Prices range from about $140 per square foot to a whopping $2,000 per square foot. From this data, the most affordable area was Anacostia and the highest priced neighborhood in DC is Georgetown. 

In the graph you’ll find data researched for 20 Washington D.C neighborhood.

See the the Neighborhood price ranges for Washington D.C compiled by NeighborhoodX here. 

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