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September 2018 Loudoun County Market Trends Report: Inventory continues to tighten as prices increase and closed sales decline

October 16, 2018

Overview Continuing the recent trend, inventory in Loudoun County tightens further. There were 1,240 active listings in September, the fewest September listings in over a decade. Monthly active listings have continued their decline from the same month the year prior since July 2015. Likely a signal that inventory will tighten even further, new listings declined 24.7 […]

Last Chance! Weigh in on the Proposals to Route 15

October 15, 2018

Loudoun County wants your feedback on three proposals for Route 15 between Montresor Road and the Point of Rocks Bridge. Time is limited as the survey will only be open through Wednesday, October 17th! The survey presents three options for consideration: • No Build – Keep the road as is. • Option A – Keep […]

You’re Invited to the Rural Summit: November 16, 2018

October 4, 2018

Please join Chair Phyllis Randall at a Rural Summit in Middleburg, VA. Here’s your chance to learn more about the opportunities and challenges facing rural Loudoun County. You’ll also hear some ideas and ways to preserve and maintain this area. Residents are invited and encouraged to attend. Save your seat by sending an RSVP to […]

Are You Election Ready? In-Person Absentee Voting Available

October 3, 2018

On Tuesday, November 6th, a General Election will be held at all precincts in Loudoun County. On the ballot will be candidates for United State Senator, United States House of Representatives, two Constitutional Amendments, and two Loudoun County bond questions. Additionally, some residents will vote to fill Town Mayor or Town Council seats. To verify your […]

October Government Affairs Committee Meeting Guest Speakers: Representatives from the Virginia REALTORS®

September 20, 2018

On October 3, 2018, members of the Government Affairs Committee will meet with two Representatives from the Virginia REALTORS® – Martin Johnson, Senior VP of Government Relations and Erin Barton, Deputy General Counsel. The Committee invited Martin and Erin in order to learn more about their advocacy efforts, the process of developing legislative proposals for the […]

Loudoun County Honors Lars Henriksen with a Resolution of Appreciation

September 5, 2018

Last evening, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors commended members of the Envision Loudoun Stakeholders Committee for their hard work and dedication to serving. During the past two years, DAAR Past President Lars Henriksen and other stakeholders volunteered their time and expertise toward creating a new vision for the future growth and development in Loudoun […]

Another Chance for You to Help Develop the Policies for Short-Term Residential Rentals

August 3, 2018

Loudoun County has launched a second survey to gather public opinion about issues related to short-term residential rentals. Last month, the county began requiring operators of short-term residential rental units to register their property and provide other information, such as their ownership status in the property, the number of bedrooms that could be rented, and […]

DAAR Weighs in on Loudoun County’s Housing Future

July 23, 2018

Holly Weatherwax, 2018 Dulles Area Association of REALTORS® (DAAR) President, and Lars Henriksen, DAAR’s representative on the Loudoun County Comprehensive Plan Stakeholders group, provided suggestions on ways to address the housing needs in Loudoun County. Speaking before the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors on Thursday, July 19th, Weatherwax and Henriksen supported the effort to plan […]

June 2018 Loudoun County Market Trends Report: Prices reach a record high amid low inventory; Overall sales are up slightly as condo sales soar.

July 13, 2018

Overview Loudoun County’s median home sale price reached $500,000 in June—an increase of 6.4 percent on an annualized basis. This is the highest monthly median sales value on record. For the 36th consecutive month, Loudoun County’s active listings declined, reaching the lowest recorded June inventory number in over a decade. At the end of June […]

Weigh in on the Future of Housing Near the Loudoun Gateway Station

June 22, 2018

One of the primary reasons why Loudoun County has not planned new housing developments close to the future Loudoun Gateway Station (Route 606) is because of aircraft noise. The limitation of housing near the Loudoun Gateway Station is based in part on a twenty-year old Airport noise study, the 1995 noise contour lines, and a […]