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Minim House: Hot New Trend?

The Minim House is a 212-square-foot home that won the Washingtonian Award of Excellence at the American Institute of Architects' Washingtonian Awards back in 2015. The environmentally-friendly, tiny home uses solar panels and a rainwater t...

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Throwback Thursday

Now home to the Lofts at Columbia Heights, Girard's Delicatessen was a neighborhood fixture seen here in 1954. Click on the photo to see what it looks like now!

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Amazon: A New Hope

Everyone is buzzing about where Amazon will locate HQ2, it's new, second campus outside of Seattle. Whichever city wins the bid is promised a huge influx of Amazon employees so it had better have the infrastructure to accommodate the growth...

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Two-Million-Dollar Babies

You may have read a few years ago that $2 million is the new $1 million when it comes to the DC luxury real estate market. As property values rise, a million dollars just can't buy what it used to. According to DC's Office of Revenue Analys...

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Throwback Thursday

Think it's hard to park in DC today? Check out this parking map of the area around the White House from 1922!

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Supply and Demand

As a basic principle of economics, the relationship between supply and demand dictates price in a free market economy and in no area is it more relevant than real estate. We you call me to list your home, in order to find the best price, we...

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Throwback Thursday

This photo of the C&O (that's Chesapeake and Ohio) Canal in Georgetown was taken on a walk in December of 1956. There are big plans to turn the area into large pedestrian mall. Click photo to see how to get there to take your own stroll!

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Where Are We Going?

Transportation innovators like Uber and Lyft have changed the game when it comes to how we move about this oddly-designed city. Some of us remember a time when taxis were the only available option and the fare was determined by how many map...

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Pre-Paid Property Tax

In light of the recent passage of the GOP tax bill, area residents were scrambling to pre-pay their 2018 property taxes before the end of the year. The new law will cap the amount of state and local taxes that an individual can deduct at $1...

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Throwback Thursday

Under Construction in 1960 when this photo was taken, St. John's Episcopal Church now makes its home at the corner of 16th and H Streets NW. The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) founded in 1955...

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