"Washington, D.C., traditionally takes a back seat to world cities like London, New York and Tokyo when it comes to real estate investment.
That's likely to change.
Thanks to a proposed $1 trillion wave government spending, investors are flocking to D.C. for opportunities in the commercial and residential real estate markets. All these new programs will need offices, after all, and their employees will need places to live.
This year, Washington leapfrogged London for the first-place ranking in the world's best cities for real estate investment".