1 - Watch out for wire fraud. 2 - Confirm everything. 3 - Question things that don't seem quite right. 4 - We have seen and heard of this scam at some of our Nest offices (one of the benefits of having a growing reach). 5 - Read the whole story. From Read More
Archives for May 2017
I'm continuing my somewhat-consistent-series in which I write down stories that I find myself telling to virtually every client with whom I work. Pictures from the Potty is a fun one. I like the Face Time story, too (it's not what you expect). And then I get into the standard segments ... recapping the past month on RealCentralVA and RealCrozetVA, a few of the relevant stories I'm reading (or, noting the browser tabs I've had open for a couple weeks), update on the Charlottesville area real estate market, value of community, and a brief Read More
I've referred to this chart so many times in the past few days, I thought I'd write another post. (most of) The Charlottesville real estate market remains highly active. But ... Amazingly, we are entering the seasonally and expected less active part of the market.
- That green bump at the end is likely representative of new construction closings- 70 of the 296 December 2016 closings were new construction; 50 of the 256 in Read More
Every house has them ... those little things that make a house unique, sometimes good, sometimes not so good. Ideally, every transaction would be so easy, unstressful, remarkably friendly and amicable that the seller and buyer would meet and talk about these home's idiosyncrasies. The Latent Gas Much of the house runs on gas, gas provided by liquid propane. The gas range is in the kitchen, the gas fireplace is in the living room, and the liquid propane tank is about 50 feet away. As my seller told me (and I told the buyer's agent) - Read More