Softness, Mutants, Right-Sized Façades | Monthly Note Archives

Archives of my subscription-only monthly notes. The blog is more searchable. Interested in not waiting a few months to read it? Subscribe 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).  Like it? I hope you do? Please forward to a friend. Don't? Please unsubscribe.   Mutant Cricket...

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Micro Expectations Septic Ethics | July 2019 Note | Monthly Note Archives

Archives of my subscription-only monthly notes. The blog is more searchable. Interested in not waiting a few months to read it? Subscribe 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).  A quick reminder, as much for me as for (new) readers: this note is for consumers, curious…

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Sweat The Details – Looking Beyond Real Estate

Listen to the podcast here It's often better to look through a different lens for inspiration and insight. Jonathan, Keith, and I talked about Nest Realty's recent Lead Broker summit, where we brought the brokers from all of our offices to Charlottesville, and visited four Charlottesville-based companies to learn about their different business practices, and ways they have each succeeded. We visited Crutchfield The Draftsman...

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Home Inspections: Preparing for them, as a Buyer or Seller

RealPodVa continues We've been less consistent than we'd like with the podcast this summer, but that's reasonable. Listen to the podcast here. This was part one of two of a fantastic discussion with my colleague, Deborah Rutter, about home inspections - how to prepare (as a buyer or seller), and how to set expectations. Transcription Automated, thanks to Rev.com, so please forgive errors. Jim: This...

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