Jim Duncan’s February Note: the Charlottesville real estate market, assessments, ChatGPT inevitability, dusty renovations, and a deer story.
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December 2022 Monthly Note
December’s Monthly Note — This month, 18 years and the real estate market, take the chance if you can, World Cup, connecting today, and an app interesting enough to write about (and pay for!)
November 2022 Monthly Note | Appraisals & Race, The Market, Questions for Agents
November 2022 Note from Jim: appraisals and race, the market, a weird thing, questions to ask agents before hiring.
Market FUD Appraisals Baby Back | October 2022 Note from Jim
FUD: Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt. That’s pretty much what we have in the Charlottesville (and national) real estate market right now.
Note from Jim | Horrible Represent Joy Survey
This month: Perspective, sentimental stages as we send a kid to college, the market, calibrating what “horrible” means, the joy of homeownership, getting a survey, and thanks.
Monthly Note | Flawed Expertise Breath Moving | July 2022
The market is moving too quickly for relevant analysis; by the time I publish this note, some new report will be out, and I’ll read it. The gist: I think we either are now, or will be very soon, in a buyer’s market across many segments of the Charlottesville market.
Market Transition, Beach, Inspection | June 2022 Monthly Note
Charlottesville market transition – a fast move from sellers’ to buyers market, home inspection conversations, a beach trip.