A few stories that have been sitting in my “to read” list
- You need to deal with your digital legacy right now. Good, important, and sobering to think about, and plan for one’s mortality.
- America’s ‘Retail Apocalypse’ Is Really Just Beginning. Wonder what Charlottesville/Albemarle will look like in the future.
- A few comments on the Seasonal Pattern for House Prices
- The Social Network That Helps Planners Understand Pedestrians and Cyclists; this reminds me of the Cville Bike mApp from 2012;
- Lots of new bills in the Virginia General Assembly; are you paying attention?
- Interesting bit of trivia about how Rio Road got its name.
- “The railroad stop No. 10 was near the road. It was written as “R.10,” which became “Rio.”” — I wonder if this is true.
- Since 1978, 12 Counties Have Accounted for a Third of U.S. Flood Insurance Claims
- Zillow 2018 Housing Predictions.
I’m curious about one of these predictions, particularly as it relates to the Charlottesville area market.
Zillow's 2018 Housing Market Forecast
1. Inventory Shortages Will Drive the Market 12% fewer listings
2. Builders Return Focus to Entry Level
3. Millennial Move to the Burbs – Affordability
4. Many Owners Remodel vs Sell
— Ted C. Jones (@DrTCJ) November 20, 2017