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D.C. home prices reach record high

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Home prices in D.C. reached a record high in July, surpassing the boom of 2005 and making it the third jurisdiction in the Washington region to hit a record this summer, new data show. Prices in the region's core -- D.C., Arlington and Alexandria -- all topped highs set by the housing boom in the 2000s. Median home sales in the District reached $457,500 in July, beating the previous high of...

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