Monday, May 17, 2010

Housing Inventory Down, Prices Up in D.C. Area

According to the Washington Post the glut of homes for sale in the Washington area has shrunk dramatically since the housing market's darkest days in 2008, and supply is now close to healthy in some spots. The number of area homes for sale last month was down 25 percent from April 2008. "There are tons of buyers out there, but there aren't enough good houses, especially entry-level homes under $400,000," said Vivianne Couts, a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker in Fairfax.
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Tuesday, May 11, 2010


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Did you know that Target partners with museums and design schools to make art more affordable and accessible. Target is also the national sponsor of the American Architectural Foundation’s (AAF) Great Schools by Design program. The goal of the program is to improve the quality of our country’s schools and the communities they serve by promoting collaboration, excellence and innovation in school design. With AAF, Target launched Redesign Your School, the largest national design competition open to high school students in the country.
After all, great design is more than aesthetic and style; it's about promoting creativity and innovation that leads to extraordinary experiences both in your home and in your life. Sounds like Target & OPaL are on the same page.