A friend asked me a question the other day ( through Facebook ) about a recent foreclosure that sold in his neighborhood and it triggered something I’ve been meaning to do – If you live in a neighborhood in the Charlottesville/Albemarle or Waynesboro/Augusta areas and would like me (actually the MLS system but it’ll look like it’s from me) to send you emails when a property comes on or goes off the market, has a price reduction or sells, please send me an email and let me know your name, email address and neighborhood . … If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you know this isn’t a veiled attempt to sell you something anything, but a recognition that I have something that could provide value to you.
For just a brief moment, I’ll pull from the archives some advice I learned in August of 2006 about pulling posts that can be applied to comments as well – One of the best (and worst) parts of blog writing is that the author can be held accountable for each and every word written. … If you’re a Realtor, spend the time educating yourself at Jay’s post and elsewhere about the threat potentially posed to us by our own Associations.
(The map is zoomable at the site) The Times starts with : ARRIVING in Charlottesville from the lush, rural Virginia countryside, you almost feel like youâ€™ve stepped back into ancient Rome. The Rotunda, the centerpiece of Thomas Jeffersonâ€™s design for the University of Virginia , was of course built to resemble the Parthenon and the neo-Classical facades of the college buildings seem to be right out of Caesarâ€™s time.
They didn’t invest in an ATM; they’re not getting a HELOC to finance their burgeoning real estate investment club, and I suspect they won’t be pulling money out of the house to buy a new car to keep up with the Jones. … All I can do as a Buyer’s Agent is advise my clients as to the current state of the market, what the comps ( more active and under contract than sold ) indicate is a fair price, and manage and guide them through the transaction.
Lien on me: How one high rolling firm’s troubles trickle down REAL ESTATE- ON THE BLOCK- Face it: Writing’s on the wall in Belmont – particularly this comment – http://www.503Rialto.com We’ve gotten over 1,800 visitors to that website from Facebook. To contrast, we’ve gotten 60 from Curbplaces.com , 29 from Craigslist and 42 from MyCAAR (you have to click the “virtual tour” button there).