I’ve been busy actually showing and listing houses, so posting has been light.
In the meantime:
* Aspen or Austin? – this is an excellent post about the future of Charlottesville, sponsored by the Virginia Piedmont Technology Council, one of my favorite local groups (but unfortunately I rarely have the time to attend their events) Here is the podcast.
Statistically the average Realtor (NAR member) sold fewer transaction sides in 2006 than in 2000. … Furthermore, the increase in NAR membership even outpaced the increase in new households.
When you compare the price per square foot in the Central Virginia region to here, we are downright affordable! (or here!) A modest mean price per square foot in the Charlottesville are is about $150 per square foot, give or take $50-$75 dollars.
Increasing education requirements for new and current real estate agents in Virginia – getting a real estate license in Virginia is dangerously easy. Kudos for this bill.