A quick trip through the RealCentralVA archives – Why should you get Title Insurance? … CLUE reportsâ€™ impact on real estate
It’s been a long time since I’ve run a poll. In late 2006 : – 49% of readers identified themselves as “Curious Consumers.” – 7% were “active buyers or sellers” – Nearly 30% were “real estate professionals or related fields” I’m curious – who reads this blog now?
At one point last year when I was coaching soccer, before daylight savings time expanded the amount of daylight available, there were four teams practicing on one field – each got a quarter of the field. … Most likely, there is no “one” solution – private enterprise needs to be encouraged and supported by local government.
Courtesy of the C-Ville blog citing a newsletter from the Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors – All those home builders banking on selling houses to new National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) employees may be in for a rude awakening.
… Posts of enduring interest for buyers This is where I point prospective buyers/renters – the rental market is far more fragmented with the “for sale” market – The HooK’s classifieds C-Ville’s classifieds Daily Progress Blue Ridge Apartment Council Craigslist Charlottesville MLS While I make my living representing buyers and seller clients, often it is in their best interest to rent for at least six months to get a feel of the area, a lay-of-the-land, if you will.
In attempting to clean up the back end, I deleted an FTP account (and all the files) of someone who did some back-end work for me. … Lessons learned – 1) Work with a host who backs up frequently 2) Work with a host who knows how to restore a backu 3) Backup youself.
So says Brian McNeill in today’s DP, and he covers most of the angles – water, infrastructure, proffers (I’d love to know what they’re trying to re-negotiate). Albemarle Place is planned for 65 acres of…