Category Archives: Nest
Our rankings in Inc Magazines Annual Inc 5000 show:
• Overall, Nest Realty ranked 884th with 504% growth over the past three years
• Top 5 in Charlottesville (#2)
• Top 5 in National Real Estate Brokerages (#5)
• Top 30 in National Real Estate (#27)
• Top 50 in Virginia (#44)
But what does that mean to what really matters – our clients? As I noted yesterday on Google Plus – this notice is validation of sorts that our incessant client focus is working … and we still have a ways to go.
One of the things that has differentiated Nest from the beginning has been our focus on the client, innovation and implementing technology effectively for the benefit of the client.
We do not do things simply because we can. We do things because we can and they benefit our clients and that in turn benefits our business and our practice.
In short, we are building a brand that means something and resonates with our agents and our clients and the public.
1 – Inventory is low – (good for sellers, not so good for buyers)
2 – Interest rates remain low
3 – Prices (in many market segments) have stopped dropping, and are largely increasing.
4 – Sales volume is up across the board
5 – As always, do your own, supporting due diligence; your market will vary.
Click through to read the full Nest Report. Continue reading
If you’re interested in what it’s like to live in Old Trail Village, about 16 minutes west of Charlottesville … search for all the homes for sale in Old Trail here.
You’re cordially invited to the Official Grand Opening open house for the Nest Realty office at the Gleason Building in Downtown Charlottesville.
Join us anytime between 5-8 on Friday, October 2nd for food and drinks at our new office.
As part of the First Friday’s Art Walk, we’ll be spotlighting art from local artist Amy Varner, who has created a series of landscape and nest paintings for our office. In addition, Whitley Designs will be showcasing their handcrafted line of accessories and jewelry.
Stop by for a quick drink or spend the evening with us – children are