Jim's preface: Affordable housing in Charlottesville + Albemarle (and America) is at, or nearing, crisis stage. I love this post because I learned a lot from it. I hope you do, too.
Archives for April 2018
Archives of my subscription-only monthly notes. The blog is more searchable. Interested in not waiting a few months to read it? Learn more here. For these posts, I don’t do much formatting/changing as I’m more concerned about simply having the content here forever (because I own the blog, and I don’t own Tinyletter) Those Read More
Alison Wrabel at the DP reports: After three work sessions, the Planning Commission on Tuesday recommended to allow whole-house rental, where no owner is present, only in the rural area and for no more than seven days in a month and no more than 45 overnight stays per year. Whole-house rental was not recommended for the development area. The panel also Read More
These are a few Charlottesville development stories on my radar that I will be referencing for the next few days and weeks in conversations with clients:
Market, Stories, Day One, Fever ... a few keywords to pique your interest in this month's note. Interested? Subscribe here, and join the dozens who read every month.
- Looking at the current state of the Charlottesville area real estate market
- Stories I tell at first showings
- Day One
- Feverish bike riding
- Blog roundup from last month. I've been writing on this blog quite a bit less, and focusing on the monthly note more.
- What Read More
More to come, but short takeaway is what I've been saying here, and to clients is this. Some pockets of the Charlottesville - Albemarle real estate market are smoking hot, others are not. Your market will vary. I'm going to update this post, but wanted to get this out. Download here Charlottesville Q1 2018 Market Report Read More