Tag Archives: Albemarle real estate data
Residents of the Glenmore neighborhood aren’t fond of the sounds from the shooting range nearby. Looking in the Charlottesville MLS, the oldest home I can find in the Glenmore neighborhood was built in 1993; the shooting range has been there for 40 or 50 years … what’s the solution? If Glenmore wants to pay for sound dampening, I can imagine the range would entertain that offer.
Some year-end Charlottesville real estate market data for you: And a ♫♫♫♫♫ a Happ-y New Year ♪♪♪ Context coming on Monday, 3 January … as well as the answer to the question, “Is 2011 the right time to buy a house in Charlottesville?” (Answer: Maybe)
Moving Median Home Price for Charlottesville Metropolitan Statistical Area for the Past Year: Moving Median Home Price for Charlottesville Metropolitan Statistical Area for the Past Five Years: Condos – Sales and Inventory Report 2006 – 2010 (PDF) Attached Homes – Sales and Inventory Report 2006 – 2010 (PDF) Single Family Homes – Sales and Inventory Report 2006 – 2010 (PDF) Continue reading
Have a look at this: These Are The 15 Housing Markets That Will Get Crushed The Hardest By 2012 .
Note that the traditional hotspots are there, and nowhere in Virginia is. And then there’s this – Charlottesville MSA home prices are predicted to rise in 2011. I’ll let you know in 2013 if they’re right. Continue reading
As always, ignore data prior to November …
Condo/attached home median prices seem to be declining a bit; these could be caused in part by the Walker Square condos that recently saw significant price reductions across the board. Prices over the past 90 days seem stable, as do the recent 7-day rolling averages.
Inventory seems to be picking up …