July went into the record books as the fourth-warmest month in U.S. history as temperature records fell across the country. Although Washington, D.C. had its warmest month in history, with an average temperature of 84.5 degrees, breaking the previous record of 83.1 set in the previous July 2010 and Baltimore was hot as well, there were a few signs that pace of sales activity in the region cooled in July as the debt ceiling debate raged on in the Nation’s Capital.
Here are the latest reports:
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Note: For alternative reporting on our region, look for the same information contained here in about 3 weeks from NAR and next January from Case Shiller.