Once again, an hour wasn’t enough. It never is. Thanks to Rick Moore and WNRN for the opportunity and Charlottesville Podcasting Network for the podcast.
I read more so you don’t have to.
If you’re thinking about buying a home in the Charlottesville area in 2010, when should you begin looking?
I’m doing something differently this time. I’m posting the links to most of the subjects we discussed, but will be elaborating and expanding on them for throughout the course of the week. While we may have discussed each issue for only a few minutes, I think that each one warrants a separate blog post so as not to be missed.
So, skim these links or wait until the posts come out. I’m also going to post the transcription when it’s done.
Foreclosures in Charlottesville:
A quick look at some of the foreclosures in the Charlottesville/Albemarle area shows that there are foreclosures ranging from $25,913 to $1,010,000
Biscuit Run may become a park:
Update 28 December 2009: Windfall for Biscuit Run developer? Tax credits could become cash (at the Daily Progress. h/t Charlottesville Bubble Blog)
- The HooK
Tax Credit: Who qualifies for the homebuyer tax credit?
First time homebuyers
More on Home Sales – nationally
Home Sales up as Buyers Respond to Tax Credit – National Association of Realtors (read with the biased grain of salt)
More on Home Sales – Charlottesville/Albemarle
Predictions and Prognostications:
Prepped but Didn’t Get to:
U.S. Lifts Limit On Aid To Fannie, Freddie
OFHEO – Rankings by *Metropolitan Statistical Areas and Divisions Percent Change in House Prices with MSA Rankings** Period Ended September 30, 2009
OFHEO says Charlottesville real estate has appreciated over 5 years