Soon after Fannie Mae announced last month it would opt out of the lease for its 720K SF headquarters at the Midtown Center in Washington, DC-five years early-speculation intensified that the federally sponsored mortgage giant would move its downsized HQ across the Potomac River to Reston, VA.

Now, real estate data powerhouse CoStar is joining a trend that has seen a migration of DC-based firms to Virginia.


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