How’s the Bethesda MD Real Estate Market?
Bethesda is a desirable area of Montgomery County given its proximity to DC and excellent schools. The real estate market is generally very strong in this area. There are three primary zip codes: 20814, 20816 and 20817.
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What Are Homes Selling for in Bethesda?
How Long is it Taking to Sell a Home in Bethesda?
Are Home Sellers Getting Their Asking Price?
Find out What’s Selling in Your Bethesda Neighborhood with our free Market Snapshot tool that gives you up-to-date home prices and market trends.
The Myers Team helps you make an informed decision about buying or selling a home in Bethesda in Montgomery County by first giving you insight into hyper-local market conditions. A home’s value is affected by so many different factors: foreclosures in the neighborhood, the high school assignment, the home’s condition and the competition, to name a few.
Bethesda MD homes are very desirable because of the close proximity to Washington DC and the outstanding schools. Home values in Bethesda are higher than in other areas of Montgomery County because of this. At the end of 2012 in Bethesda’s zip code 20814, the average sold price for single family homes was $911,865 and $405,891 for townhomes and condos. In zip code 20816, single family homes sold for $958,576 and townhouses and condos sold for $448,947. And at the end of 2012 in Bethesda’s 20817, single family homes sold for $963,747 and condos and townhomes sold for $419,859 .
Is it a good time to sell my Bethesda MD home?
With interest rates at historic lows it could be a great time to sell your Montgomery County MD home. Our Team can give you an in-depth evaluation of What Your Home is Worth.
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Is it a good time to buy a home in Bethesda?
Low interest rates and neighborhoods with lots of inventory (including foreclosures and short sales) provide a “perfect storm” for buyers. But, how do you know you are getting a good value? We can help, and to get you started, we’ll send you a free Buyer’s Tool Kit with tips to help you find your ideal Montgomery County home.
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Thinking About Moving to Bethesda Maryland?
If you are relocating to Bethesda, you need to know about the home choices you have in neighborhoods. You can search for homes in Bethesda MD on this site. Bethesda’s luxury condominium buildings along Route 355, are some of the most expensive real estate in Bethesda, including Adagio, Chelsea Tower, Parkside, Springlake, Sumner Village, The Christopher, The Kenwood, The Promenade and The Willoughby. Route 355 is also known as Wisconsin Avenue, which starts in Georgetown and continues under various names up through Montgomery County.
There are townhomes in the neighborhoods of Bethesda Crest, Edgemoor, Glenbrook Village, Westlake Terrace, Whitley Park and Wildwood Hills.
Single family homes can be found in zip codes 20814, 20816 and 20817 and include the neighborhoods of Alta Vista, Ashburton, Avenel (known for the PGA course TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm), Ayrlawn, Bannockburn, Bradley Hills, Bradmoor, Burning Tree with its famous golf course just off River Road, Carderock which is just outside the Beltway – bordered by Seven Locks and Persimmon Tree Roads, English Village, Hillmead, North Bethesda, Parkwood, Rosedale Park in downtown Bethesda, Westmoreland and Wyngate.
Call your Bethesda MD Realtors – The Myers Team at 301-910-9910; or fill out a form for a free Bethesda MD Relocation kit, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bethesda MD Highlights
Bethesda is close in to DC – much of it is ‘inside the Beltway’ as we call it – in the lower portion of Montgomery County with both suburban developments and urban areas. Bethesda has large employers like the National Institutes of Health, the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Lockheed Martin, Marriott and the National Naval Medical Center. Bethesda has over 55,000 residents. Downtown is known for Bethesda Row and Woodmont Triangle with upscale shopping and restaurants, clubs, art galleries, and much more within walking distance of the Bethesda Metro subway stop. You can enjoy the performing arts at Strathmore and Imagination Stage. The Women’s Coop Market is a local landmark.
Consult the Experts on Buying and Selling a Home in Bethesda
The Myers Team knows Bethesda MD real estate values and neighborhoods. Our most recent home sales in Bethesda include a townhouse in Bristol Square and a single family home in the Ashburton neighborhood off Old Georgetown Road. Call us today at 301-910-9910 for your free evaluation of what your home is worth.
Relocating to Bethesda, MD?
We have helped dozens of buyers move to Montgomery County. Our Montgomery County MD Relocation Tool Kit is chock full of local information and maps customized for you. Let us help you have an unfair advantage when moving to Montgomery County Maryland.
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