The Center for Regional Analysis has been watching inventory listings closely in early 2020 given the implementation of a new rule banning off-mls sales, or “pocket sales”. In this report, we examine the early impacts of the new rule. Link to the Full Report
The Center for Regional Analysis routinely updates data that provide a greater understanding of what drives the Greater Washington regional economy.
Foreign-born, non-citizen workers account for almost 15 percent of the Greater Washington regional workforce.
CRA partnered with Lisa Sturtevant and Associates and Neighborhood Fundamentals to assess the housing needs of seniors in Montgomery County.
Read the study here
The Washington DC Metro area sees the fourth straight year of net-domestic outmigration.
The Growth and Diversification Plan outlines the types of programs best poised to create jobs throughout the Northern Virginia Region. Read the Plan
Public transportation viability and accessibility are vital to the regional economy, especially in the Washington Region where we currently hold the second longest commute time in the nation. The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is facing several challenges due to funding, administration, and performance issues, especially with its Metrorail system. As the system continues in a period of line closures (safe-tracking), rate hikes, and funding issues, we at CRA are keeping a close eye on Metro related […]