Aside from the fact that this will screw up/skew the Days on Market data, click on the image below for a real shock. I think this may be an ongoing trend in the condo conversion developments such as Hessian Hills, Barracks West, 1800 JPA … as such, if you’re looking at an investment, now may be a very, very good time to pick up a condo or three. … Charlottesville is a fairly dense locale and it’s only going to get more dense and more densely populated … these locations are very good and will still be good in three, five, ten years and beyond.
Date Archives September 2008
Trulia, Zillow, Cyberhomes or the Charlottesville MLS?
My thinking is this – search for homes here or here , and then do more research at one of the places below, as well as the respective localities’ websites for tax records, GIS information, etc. … Trulia has 285 homes . Zillow has 91. Cyberhomes has 53 homes for sale . I’ll take function over form every day of the week. * as of 11 September 2008.
A New Theme
If you read only via RSS, I thank you and I’m much the same. (please take a moment to visit and let me know your thoughts) A few changes – – Added widgets to some of my various profiles. … – Eventually I’ll display an updating graph charting the region’s median prices – I’m working on the color scheme, but really want to have a simple, clean look with the focus being on the content and the contact.
Learning About the Bailout
I’m starting my education at the Big Picture’s linkfest . God knows somebody should start reading this stuff – our “representatives” in Congress will likely finish reading it well after they’ve voted to approve it.
Things to Do In and Around Charlottesville
A great list from CVillain .
Read the Fine Print
In everything – real estate contracts, buyer brokerage agreements, gym memberships, massive bailout bills that may fundamentally alter our financial systems … … Decisions by the Secretary pursuant to the authority of this Act are non-reviewable and committed to agency discretion, and may not be reviewed by any court of law or any administrative agency.
NGIC Employees can choose Their Own Buyer Representation
Neither I nor my company will not be one of those going on this trip to court the future residents of Central Virginia, but that doesn’t mean that our Buyer Agency services offered won’t be available to these employees; we just won’t have the initial one-on-one opportunity to introduce ourselves. … An important note – the Charlottesville/Albemarle/Greene (otherwise known as “Central Virginia) region does not have reliable public transit (yet) – although local government officials are doing their respective best to extract whatever they can – (bolding mine) Supervisor David Slutzky (Rio) asked how many people might be in that â€œcontractor tailâ€ in addition to the 1,000 personnel being relocated.