As 2015 starts, I’m representing five buyers who are building four houses with four different builders, with each house currently at different stages of construction, ranging from not-yet-fully-designed to just under roof and dry.
Should be a fun note this month. Interested? Two clicks and you’ll get just the one email a month from me.
It’s that time of the year again, when the Virginia General Assembly convenes to kill bills in committees, pass commendations of citizens, and I try to track the bills that are interesting (to me) and relevant to my little segment of the real estate world.
These are all the bills that I’m tracking on Richmond Sunlight, if you’re interested, ranging from foreclosure procedures to milk production to photo red enforcement to the decriminalization of marijuana. There’s a lot the government tries to mess with.
Three bills to give a taste of what’s interesting in the Virginia General Assembly this year are –
As seen in Belmont the other morning:
Boring matters. Piecing together minute pieces over time matters.
Supporting beat reporters who go to boring public meetings is a crucial component of a free society.
Local media – local beat reporters specifically – the ones who go to the boring-est meetings when we can’t (or won’t) – matter. Seeing pictures of Neil and/or Sean as the lone attendees at public meetings makes me ever more thankful that they’re where they are.