Families that need two or three bedrooms can be particularly challenged by the high price of homes in the D.C. region. While it’s easier to find a studio or a one-bedroom condo priced under $400,000, it’s less common to find a single-family home, townhouse or larger condo within that price range. It’s especially rare in the city and in the suburban counties with higher home prices such as Fairfax County, Va. The median sales price for a home in Fairfax County was $695,000 in April, according to Bright MLS.