Top Medium Teams in Washington, D.C. – Ranked by Sides

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Rank – State SidesTeam NameCompanyLocationSidesProfile
1Your P&rtnersCompassWashington, DC 219.0View Profile
2The Tom Buerger TeamCompassWashington, DC 169.0View Profile
3The Nancy Taylor Bubes Group Washington Fine Properties, LLC Washington, DC 151.0View Profile
4Babbington TeamCompassWashington, DC 142.0View Profile
5The Rob & Brent GroupTTR Sotheby’s International RealtyWashington, DC 135.2View Profile
6District Property GroupCompassWashington, DC 134.0View Profile
7Erich Cabe TeamCompassWashington, DC 127.0View Profile
8Arrow GroupCompassWashington, DC 99.0View Profile
9Premier PartnersTTR Sotheby’s International RealtyWashington , DC 96.0View Profile
10Dwell Bloc Real Estate GroupCompassWashington, DC 85.0View Profile
11Ron Sitrin TeamLong & Foster Real Estate, Inc.Washington, DC 71.5View Profile
12The Foreman Properties GroupCompassWashington, DC 71.0View Profile
13Joel Nelson GroupKeller Williams Capitol PropertiesWashington, DC 70.3View Profile
14The Burr GroupTTR Sotheby’s International RealtyWashington , DC 68.3View Profile
15Sebastien | Daniel AllianceCompassWashington, DC 67.0View Profile
16The Roth Team Washington Fine Properties, LLC Washington, DC 65.0View Profile
17The Navigate GroupCompassWashington, DC 61.0View Profile

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2023 Washington, D.C. Market Summary

Washington, D.C. started 2023 with a total of 719 single-family homes on the market, with a median home price of $779,500 and an average price per square foot of $511. By the end of the year, inventory had decreased to 709 homes on the market (-1%), with a median home price of $799,000 (+2%) and an average price per square foot of $524 (+2%).

At the start of 2023, the median days on market (DOM) was 77 days – by the end of the year, median DOM had increased to 84 days.

Washington D.C. started the year with 45% of homes taking a price cut (for reference, 35% is the national average for price reductions in a ‘normal’ year.) By the end of the year, about 43% of Washington D.C. homes for sale had taken a price cut.

Finally, Altos’ proprietary Market Action Index (MAI) shows that Washington D.C. started 2023 as a strong seller’s market, with an MAI score of 47; by the end of the year, the MAI had dropped to 34 – a balanced buyer and seller’s market.

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