– My mom liked my April monthly note; you might too! Interested? Subscribe now and I’ll send you April’s note.
– Getting into and around downtown Charlottesville has been a bit challenging for a while and now they’re asking the question – How will West Main Street be traversed after 1800 apartments and a hotel are built? Slowly. Very, very slowly. (one might think this conversation could have been had before approving nearly 2000 apartments, but that’s just me)
– Getting a mortgage is getting a tiny bit easier. This is a good thing.
– Student debt holds back many would-be homebuyers. Duh. Costs to attend college go up every single year, government keeps subsidizing student loans so colleges have no incentive to lower costs and debt loads keep rising. I know I’m a broken record, but this isn’t going to end well.
– If the courts move out of Downtown Charlottesville, the relatively efficient way real estate transactions are closed in Charlottesville will change dramatically.
– It would be mighty cool if an artist like this was in Charlottesville.
– Tesla is trying to remove the middleman in selling cars. There are some interesting parallels to the real estate industry in this conversation.