Plagued by lack of inventory, more cities and states are doing away with single-family zoning to offer more housing options.
California has a shortage of affordable housing and some say it’s because we are “drunk on sprawl”—meaning there is too much land and space devoted to single-family residences and not enough land zoned for multi-family use. One of the things that is nice about the Northern Virginia market is that, although the market is pricy, there is a wide variety of options. The market includes ranges from budget to super-luxury. We have tiny homes and sprawling estates. You might be surprised to see the actual make-up of what’s available by price category and size. Check out our charts and see for yourself.