Assessed values in the City of Charlottesville and County of Albemarle are up across the board and now the respective localities have voted to increase taxes - The City is raising is meals tax 1% and the Read More
I’m planning to dig into the data a bit more than usual as we’ve just ended the first quarter of 2015 and there have been some interesting new trends and surprises. As the outline is developing, I’m sorting what to cut and what to write about here on RealCentralVA; I’m aiming to cover 3-4 topics this month.
- The Charlottesville real estate market - 1st Quarter
- Perhaps an in-person happy hour to discuss the market. Interested?
- Dual Agency (recognition by clients about Nest’s Read More
Believe it or not, not everywhere in Charlottesville has hardwired, broadband internet available. Wouldn't be great if "maximum download/upload speed" was a searchable field in the MLS? My clients - like 98.64% of my clients - require broadband internet. Broadband internet, for this story, and most people = Fiber, Cable, DSL and not a satellite or a 4G connection (although 4G can be pretty darn fast). Check and Verify Internet Connectivity Check that you can actually have internet access at a home before you buy - Read More
What’s the future of Charlottesville, Albemarle and urban/suburban/rural Albemarle? A reader inquires: Jim I have been reading your posts for some time now. I thought I would reach out to you and ask your opinion on the development area plan in Pantops (Riverside Village/Hyland Ridge) and the effects it will have on surrounding real estate prices such as the Franklin Subdivision and Read More