Good. â€œThe Wells Fargo team, and its predecessor Wachovia Bank, have been supportive from the outset and they continue to be,â€ Adams recently said. â€œWells Fargo asked if we would be interested in staying aboard as the development management team if they acquire the property at the sale and we've said yes.â€ I've always liked Read More
Archives for June 2011
Think about Seth Godin's lamentation the next time you shop at a chain. They're shutting down Jimmy Wang's store. Shutting down a succesful (sic) little business. Walgreen's is moving into town, my town, a town with three or four small drugstores and plenty of places to buy stale cookies, thank you very much. I've written about Brother's market before, an anchor in my little town. The only place to get hand-picked fresh food, Read More
It's been a while since I've taken an in-depth look at Zillow; generally I tell my clients that it's good for content but not actual good, conclusive, base-any-real-decisions-on-what-it-says. Last week I noted that Zillow's zestimates are admittedly wrong and inaccurate in Charlottesville. This week, Read More
The alternate title to this post was "Priorities."
The hard part about living in Charlottesville is making time to take advantage of opportunities.
I could have been showing houses, or writing, or emailing clients. Instead, I made a memory with my daughter. Read More
I have long said that a very small percentage of the (American) populace will make green decisions - conservation of resources, smarter use of resources, building green, etc. - because energy efficiency and other green choices save - green not solely for altruistic reasons. With that preface, come to the Seeing Green: Savvy Solutions for your Business and Your Community workshop tomorrow at City Space (press release after the jump); I'll be on the panel - "Been Read More