(Click through to see the video) What's a Realtor to do when the sellers' best interests conflict with MLS rules and/or Virginia Real Estate Board regulations? As noted in 2007, For a web site, either the firm or the licensee must include disclosure of their status as a real estate licensee in a prominent place, or have an easily identified link to such a disclosure if the Read More
Archives for April 2009
If you're not paying attention to what's happening at Bundoran Farm, you should be. They are building, and blogging about, their Geobarn as they develop the Baldwin Center for Preservation Development. * This is a test post - I'm trying out a few new things ... the search module you see below as well as the video Read More
It's been a while since the Carnival has been to RealCentralVA, but it's just as wide and varied as I remember. With nearly thirty entries to choose from, making a "top 5" selection was a bit of a challenge, but I chose the following, in no particular order, for my readers - hoping they will learn something from what others have to offer. The Relocation blog guides us to psychology rather than mere statistics: Looking for Housing's Read More
Continuing the "Blog Wayback" Series -
From May 2008 - How Much Do I Charge For Sending Out a Referral?
Karma. Just (hopefully good) Karma.
I don't like the feeling when I pay a referral fee (although they do pay the bills occasionally), so I don't want to transfer that same ill feeling to another agent. Inspiration for this post - Ardell's Read More
Thanks to Marijean and WCAV for the profile during their Blog of the Week segment. Know this - some of the most informative, educational and entertaining contributions to this blog are provided by the commenters, and for each and every one of them, I am grateful and humbled that they choose to spend time here. RealCentralVA is a real estate blog in Charlottesville that tracks the Read More
Thanks to the Charlottesville Bubble Bloggers for pointing this out. From the Big Picture: Let's review your tax dollars at work: Godlman (sic) Sachs CEO Hank Paulson lobbied the SEC to allow the 5 largest iBanks to be exempt from net capital rules, and then leverage up 40 to 1. Which they did, especially with Mortgage-backed paper and Read More