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The media attention is just one of many reasons
that central Virginia has experienced record-breaking real estate transactions
every year since 1998. According to the Charlottesville Association of
Realtors, sales for 2003 increased 2.8% from the previous year’s record. The
first quarter of 2004 has shown that the upcoming year could very well be
another record breaker with sales above this time last year. Charlottesville
house prices typically range from $180,000 to $300,000 for a contemporary 3-4
bedroom home…. The median price for a home in the Charlottesville metro area
is $122,400, according to the 2000 census.

From a website that has a Google sponsored link
for “charlottesville real estate” –

The media attention is just one
of many reasons that central Virginia has experienced record-breaking real
estate transactions every year since 1998. According to the Charlottesville
Association of Realtors, sales for 2003 increased 2.8% from the previous year’s
record. The first quarter of 2004 has shown that the upcoming year could very
well be another record breaker with sales above this time last year.
Charlottesville house prices typically range from $180,000 to $300,000 for a
contemporary 3-4 bedroom home. Charlottesville has many exquisite historic and
custom built-homes, these range from $500,000 to over $1,000,000. The median
price for a home in the Charlottesville metro area is $122,400, according to the
2000 census.

Wrong. Old.
Irrelevant data. Who cares what the median house price was in
2000???

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