Metrostudy covers all of Northern Virginia: a total of 15 counties, including the emerging markets in King George, Orange, Warren and the West Virginia counties of Jefferson and Berkley. Our survey team drives over 10,000 miles and over 1,000 subdivisions every 90 days to provide you with the valuable information you need on future lots, vacant developed lots, homes under construction, and homes that have been completed.

Northern Virginia News

Ben Sage Shares Insights Into Housing Shortages In The Greater Washington, DC Region

Senior Director for the East Region, Ben Sage, recently shared his market expertise with the Washington Business Journal. In an article about the housing shortages in the Greater Washington, DC Region, Ben shared Metrostudy data about housing prices and demand, and spoke on how builders are adjusting to demands for denser neighborhoods and lower prices. …

Government Shutdown Affecting New Home Sales in the Mid-Atlantic

Metrostudy announces the results of its latest Sentiment Survey, which asked new home industry executives to reflect on sales performance in the fourth quarter of 2018 and share their expectations for the first quarter of 2019. We also asked respondents to identify the most-concerning work issue today. Most survey respondents (60%) work in the metro …

Metrostudy’s Senior Director for East Region Speaks at HCCA Northern VA Meeting

Northern Virginia Building Industry Association (NVBIA) representatives, including Metrostudy’s Senior Director for the East Region, Ben Sage, were invited to speak to the Heavy Construction Contractors Association (HCCA) of Northern Virginia at their dinner meeting on November 16, 2018.  The event was held at the Chantilly National Golf and C.C., and fellow panelists/participants included: Matt …

Metrostudy Metro DC and Baltimore Consulting Team Presents Latest Sentiment Survey Results

Metrostudy’s latest Sentiment Survey asked new home industry executives to reflect on sales performance in the third quarter of 2018 and share their expectations for the fourth quarter. We also asked respondents to identify the most-concerning work issue today. A considerable majority of survey respondents (68%) work in the metro Washington, DC area, but other …