If Albemarle/Charlottesville/UVA could somehow morph their collective expertise from commissioning studies about transportation issues into actually doing something about transportation issues, we would all win. From today's C-Ville: When the Albemarle County Planning Commission unanimously approved the 54-acre rezoning of UVA's Read More
Archives for August 2010
Y'all know I love Nest's signs. It's been a while since we've played with the design, other than refinements here and there. With all the technology in the world, homebuyers still drive through neighborhoods looking for homes. Thus: Real estate signs matter. Mobile is huge. And getter huger: Read More
Editor's Note: This is the second of a three-part guest post series. I asked David Jenkins, who last wrote here about vacant homes and homeowners' insurance, to answer three common questions that homeowners have. Also, this is a link to a CLUE (loss) Report.
An inspection was done on the home, why does the insurance company need to see if any losses occurred at the home or come Read More
It would appear that the google won't be bringing fiber to Charlottesville. Blue Ridge Internetworks already has several miles of fiber in the City of Charlottesville, and now more fiber is on the way? This can only be good for the Charlottesville real estate market. More internet infrastructure Read More
I've said many times that pricing a home to sell means pricing it right from Day One. Now, Redfin provides statistical proof. Read More
I was saving this post and data for Friday, but the release of the national housing data spurred me to publish today. Why June and July rather than just June or just July? Both are post-tax-credit months and are indicators of the state of the Charlottesville real estate market. Keep the national data in the proper context; that data is meaningful, but not as meaningful as data localized for your real estate Read More