In 2015, 1520 Arlington homes sold between $3,700,000-$30,000.
Arlington 2015 Home Sales
In December, 2015, 225 Arlington homes sold between $2,150,000-$120,000.
Arlington Home Sales: December, 2015
In November, 2015, 183 Arlington homes sold between $1,933,539-$30,000.
Arlington Home Sales: November, 2015
In October, 2015, 208 Arlington homes sold between $2,000,000-$126,000.
Arlington Home Sales: October, 2015
Deadline for Notable Tree Program is No. 15.
Arlington County’s Natural Resources Division’s annual program provides a variety of native tree species free to Arlington residents. On Oct. 24 at the nursery on Four Mile Run behind Barcroft Recreation Center, hundreds of Arlingtonians took advantage of the program.
In September, 2015, 258 Arlington homes sold between $3,700,000-$115,000.
Arlington Home Sales: September, 2015
Local Realtor to appear on “House Hunters International.”
An Arlington-based real estate agent is getting a brush with fame. While recently in Roatan, Honduras, for scuba diving lessons, Stacy Hennessey of McEnearney Associates, Inc. made a quick decision buy a house that she can rent to vacationers.
In August, 2015, 257 Arlington homes sold between $2,550,000-$110,500.
Arlington Home Sales: August, 2015
Office located in Liberty Center.
A new real estate firm specializing in urban development and custom single-family homes has opened in Arlington.
In July, 2015, 323 Arlington homes sold between $2,070,000-$115,000.
Arlington Home Sales: July, 2015
In June, 2015, 354 Arlington homes sold between $3,650,000-$7,000.
Arlington Home Sales: June, 2015
Pair of luxury baths add comfort and charm to 30-year-old Arlington condo.
Approaching retirement, Kathleen David and her husband decided it was time to sell their multi-level townhouse and find a suitable one-level living option. The plan was a condominium that could be purchased at a favorable price and upgraded within a budget.
In May, 2015, 288 Arlington homes sold between $2,482,000-$118,000.
Arlington Home Sales: May, 2015
County Board moves forward on Affordable Housing Master Plan despite citizen objections.
After nearly five hours of public comment and debate, a request to advertise the Affordable Housing Master Plan for public hearings throughout July was approved by the County Board in a 4 - 1 vote.
153 homeowners qualify for program to add solar features to their homes within the next seven to nine months.
Residents of Arlington are showing an increasing interest in solar power. Eighty-one residents have already installed solar panels and solar water heating systems in an attempt to go green, while 153 others are in a new program considering installing these features to their homes or businesses.