It’s all relative. One of the top criteria my clients (and most buyers/people) is safety/crime/neighborhood quality. And I never assume. I had a client years ago who had a (mostly hyperbolic) opinion on the safety of where they wanted to live, “so long as we’re not stepping over needles, we’re good." “Neighborhood quality” is relative. You can evaluate neighborhood quality/safety online, but the best way - truly the best way to Read More
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Stability in the Charlottesville - Albemarle real estate market (for the most part) continues ... A snip from this month's Note: I'm a bit all over the board this month, as I'm looking at a few broad and a few specific data points. Short story - stability continues. Mostly. A few points that piqued my interest: - Are single family home sales up or down? Year to date in Albemarle County, sales are up about 6%, median price is down about $2K to $384,900. In the Read More
I'm hoping to have the note sent out this weekend; it should be a good one. One email a month. Usually less than 1,500 words. Track the Charlottesville real estate market and other tangential insights and stories that you won't find anywhere else -- two clicks here and it's all yours. A few things for this month -
- Charlottesville real estate market update; I'm going to look at a 3 month total instead of only the one.
- Offer some tips & insight for Read More