) Looking at the baseline in January for Charlottesville and Albemarle , we will hopefully be able to get a feel for what the Charlottesville real estate market is doing.
We love being able to put in an address Walk Score, but it makes it SO much better when you donâ€™t have to constantly look up the Walk Score for each address for each property youâ€™re interested in buying / leasing. 2. … Even if our clients choose not to show the â€œSearch by Walk Scoreâ€ search panel, they can still enable the functionality to allow their visitors to see the Walk Score for each listing in both the search results and property details.
I’ve spent the day at a Charlottesville Realtor Economic Summit, and the following was a very good presentation by Barry Merchant, the chief economist for the Virginia Housing Development Authority. More analysis will come later this evening, but I wanted to put this up in the meantime.
We expect to be copied – on our signs, on how we market, on how we work with clients – and that, in and of itself, is a good thing. … Heck, I and we copy other people as often as we can … first mover is cool, but sometimes the real skills are recognizing emerging trends and technologies and then having the gumption, wherewithal and ability to implement said trends and technologies.
This is why I read Dean Bruner’s blog (the Dean of UVA’s Darden School) : Of course, we shouldnâ€™t blame the media, for growth is yesterdayâ€™s news. … Thus, even here at the depths of a recession, business practitioners (and even government officials) should study the attributes of growing companies and marketsâ€”and especially the attributes of those leaders who take enterprises through exceptional periods of growth. …