Breakfast links: Prince George’s County receives $2.5 billion for economic growth | Greater Greater Washington

April 14, 2022
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On April 14, 2022, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, Do residential properties in D.C.’s historic districts outperform the rest of the city in value appreciation?, was cited by Greater Greater Washington:

Residential properties in DC’s historic areas have underperformed in value appreciation compared to homes in the rest of the city, despite the properties in these neighborhoods being generally more expensive, according to a recent analysis from the D.C. Policy Center.   (DC Policy Center)  

Breakfast links: Prince George’s County receives $2.5 billion for economic growth | Greater Greater Washington

Related: Do residential properties in D.C.’s historic districts outperform the rest of the city in value appreciation? | D.C. Policy Center

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