Real Estate Radio in Charlottesville – Recap

Once again, we covered a lot of ground. I’ll update this post later today with specific notes and links.

A huge thanks to Coy Barefoot, WINA and the Charlottesville Podcasting Network for the podcast.

- Short sales
- Brief market update for Charlottesville, Virginia region
- Where to search for homes in Charlottesville – Zillow, Trulia, Roost, Realtor.com, Nest, mycaar? (hint: start here)
- Sellers’ responsibilities to verify that their Realtors are putting good pictures online; if sellers are not checking up on their Realtors, they should be.
- Green building gaining ground – it’s about saving money, not necessarily the environment.
- Chickens. Coincidentally, the Daily Progress had a story on Saturday about locally-kept chickens in Charlottesville. (Update 26 November 2012: This is the correct link to the Daily Progress’ “Flying the Coop” article;  they killed all their links prior to 2009 so I have to manually go back and find/correct all links to their stories.)
- Home Valuation Code of Conduct – I pulled a lot of what we discussed from this post on BHB.
- Videos for clients.
- Learning from home inspections and home inspectors
- CvillePedia – the new wikipedia for Charlottesville and Albemarle, courtesy of Charlottesville Tomorrow

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About Jim Duncan

A Charlottesville Realtor who tries to stay on the bleeding/cutting/functional edge of technology and real estate trends. I have been selling real estate for the past 10 years, lived in C'Ville for twenty+ and am married to one of few Charlottesville natives left.
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