There are times when Charlottesville feels like a big, massive city. More often than not, there are times when Charlottesville feels like a big, massive city. More often than not, Charlottesville feels like the smallest town…
Date Archives May 2015
Nearly a Billion Dollars of Real Estate on the Market in Charlottesville & Albemarle
Some somewhat random data musing for the day — (when I initially wrote the headline, I was including new construction … which massively increases the totals). Excluding new construction, City of Charlottesville has 184 homes…
Quick Market Update from the May 2015 Note
A quick snip from this month’s note:
The Market – Balanced? Overheated? – It depends on your market segment
A friend from another market texted me the other day:
How do you feel about the future housing market? Does it look good or up in the air? Just a short quick thought would be great.
My response to him –
Visit a Wegmans before Buying a House in Charlottesville
Just a suggestion – if you’re considering buying a house in the Charlottesville area in the next 18 months, visit a Wegmans first. Apparently Wegmans is the best thing since sliced bread, and I’ve found…
Leave Now – Google
Did you know – Google has a “leave now” option that integrates traffic? Pretty handy, I’d say. When leaving downtown Crozet for the National Ground Intelligence Center up 29 North: But at rush hour, add…
June 2015 Monthly Note – Market, Thinking about Money & Community
I’m looking forward to writing this one. Interested in one email a month? Click here and I’ll send you the note as soon as I publish it.
Negative (Buyer) Feedback Matters
Feedback matters. I previewed a house or two for an out of town buyer client recently, and they sent some candid, thoughtful feedback that gave clear, blunt, and useful insight.
Sorry if this email reads very negatively, just wanted to explain our thought process. We really appreciate how attentive and responsive you’ve been!