The Travilah Oak was around when the Constitution was signed. This giant oak tree is impossible to miss on Travilah and Glen Road in Potomac. The tree’s canopy is massive with limbs bigger than most trees. If you visit in the summer, drop by Jed’s Shaved Ice while you’re there.
June 23rd, 2012 Categories: Market Updates
We’re almost half-way through 2012 which make it a good time to take a quick look at some Montgomery County real estate statistics. Want to see others? Just make a comment and let us know what you’re interested in seeing.
Zip Codes with Quickest Sales
More than half of listings under contract in these zip codes went under contract quick – in three weeks or less:
- 20879 – Gaithersburg – 176 Contracts
- 20851 – Rockville – 65 Contracts
- 20817 – Bethesda – 249 Contracts
- 20886 – Montgomery Village – 228 Contracts
Zip Codes with the Most Number of Sales
Contracts in these five zip codes represent 32% of all contracts for Montgomery County: Read the rest of this entry »
June 22nd, 2012 Categories: Market Updates
In this month’s market update, contract activity is up – again – compared to this time last year. Inventory continues to trend down except for upper bracket homes which is flat. Take a quick look at the numbers with some great shots of the Ag Reserve and White’s Ferry.
Since we’re halfway through the year, check out some quick stats showing areas with the quickest sales, most expensive Read the rest of this entry »
This is a quick glimpse of White’s Ferry in the Ag Reserve in Montgomery County, Maryland. New visitors are amazed that there’s only one bridge river crossing from Montgomery County into Virginia – the American Legion Bridge on the 1-495 Beltway. Unless you want to swim, the only other way to cross the Potomac River is via White’s Ferry. A visit here is a great step back in time.
This tree is a landmark in North Potomac. It sits high on a field in Belward Farm visible from Muddy Branch Road. John Hopkins owns this parcel now and will begin development in the coming years. Hopefully this tree will be incorporated into the new campus.
Kentlands and Lakelands are modern, planned communities with turn-of-the-century style. Classic American homes with white picket fences and front porches surrounded by abundant green-space make this a unique and community in Montgomery County – and the entire Metro DC area. See all homes for sale and recent sales for Kentlands and Lakelands.
May 27th, 2012 Categories: Market Updates
We did this month’s report at the Washingtonian Center in North Potomac. Already a great destination, it will get even better with the development of Crown Farm next door.
Contracts are up and inventory is down. Looking for a nice entry-level home? Good luck.