Corrected tweet: Active homes in 22901 zip: MLS - 334. Zillow - 317Trulia - 351. Realtor.com - 338. Who to trust? (hint: the MLS)— Jim Duncan (@JimDuncan) May 31, 2012 I remember how in late 2008 I was so excited to finally be able to Read More
Archives for May 2012
Charlottesville Tomorrow reports that Judge Moon has dismissed the most recent lawsuit seeking to prevent the Meadow Creek Parkway's completion.
Judge Norman K. Moon of the U.S. Western District Court has dismissed a lawsuit from the Coalition to Preserve McIntire Park that claimed the Read More
You can have the most walkable neighborhood in the world, but if the only places you can walk to are your neighbors', the neighborhood is not truly walkable; this seems to be something lost on Albemarle County, whether intentionally or circumstantially. Now the County seems to be grasping this disconnect - Charlottesville Tomorrow reports that the County is debating the Neighborhood Model. Having islands Read More
We saw this as we were finishing up our little hike this weekend at Sugar Hollow â€¦ I said earlier this year that one of the things that stinks about living in Charlottesville is choosing what to do. Sugar Hollow remains one of my favorite ways to spend a Read More
Highlights: - Days on Market (an inherently flawed data point, yet still relevant trend) are down in Charlottesville, Albemarle and Fluvanna. - Average Sales prices are down (not surprising) - Total sales across the MSA are down (not surprising) - Total inventory is down. (this may not be a good thing, but so far this year, it has been perceived as good in Charlottesville) see: Read More
I noted five years ago that Charlottesville's traffic's perspective wasn't that bad, when put into the appropriate perspective. In the years since I wrote that article, traffic hasn't gotten any more tolerable and the City and County continue to demonstrate an astonishing capability to do nothing - expensively. (see: Places Read More