This is starting to fall out of the category of “news”, but Prince William County and Manassas once again was by far the hottest residential real estate market in Greater Northern Virginia in July, with year-over-year sales up 103% over July of 2007. Culpeper County came in second with a 25% increase, and nowhere else was there a positive double-digit change. This makes the sixth straight month where Prince William and Manassas topped the rest of the area by a wide margin, a market leadership that doesn’t show any sign of slowing down as the total inventory of available houses on the market fell again for the fourth straight month. Meanwhile, the area as a whole saw year-over-year sales remain flat.
Despite this consistent and significant market performance, local apologists for illegal aliens continue to maintain that the Rule of Law Resolution is bad for the residential real estate market. They’re really going to have a hard time maintaining that ridiculous position for much longer as the evidence that the rule of law is good for our community in every measurable way.
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