It’s true that everyone loves a good deal, especially when buying a home. 

Throughout the month there are usually at least a handful of properties with reduced prices. 

Some people might think a “price improvement” holds a bad connotation - but typically, that’s not the case. It really boils down to how motivated the seller(s) are, for many possible reasons.

If you’re a motivated buyer looking for a great deal on a home in Metro DC, price reductions are a huge advantage for you. I combed through many homes in DC proper with lowered prices this week and the ones below are the ones I think you shouldn’t miss!


4900 PALISADE LN NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20016 | Living In Metro DC

Beautiful home in Kent boasts 4 Bedrooms & 4.5 Baths. It has been reduced $250,000 since being listed in July!

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3966 GEORGETOWN CT NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20007 | Living In Metro DC

REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE.  This Townhome offers a light-filled and open floor plan. Reduced $180,000 from the original list price in September.

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4512 Q PL NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20007 | Living In Metro DC

An open-concept living area with living room, gas FP & dining area.  Reduced $100,000 since July.

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3901 20TH ST NE, Washington, District of Columbia 20018 | Living In Metro DC

Meticulously renovated house located on a corner lot in Michigan Park.

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1303 SPRING RD NW #1, Washington, District of Columbia 20010 | Living In Metro DC

Walk Score 95!! Seller pays condo fees for One Year on this gorgeous 3 BD/3 BA CONDO in Columbia Heights. Reduced $150,000 since being listed in May.

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5103 8TH ST NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20011 | Living In Metro DC

NEW PRICE!! Reduced $50,000. This front porch home features an open floor plan with 3 levels of living.

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3821 17TH PL NE, Washington, District of Columbia 20018 | Living In Metro DC

Steal This Deal! BEAUTIFUL, detached brick colonial w/attached garage & off street parking! Now $50,000 less than when it hit the market in September.

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