This month, a few different stories: a lawsuit that will change how real estate is practiced in the US, trails and connectivity, a question for you about a flyer, life stages, and a bit more.
How many homes will come on the market that will fit you?
In 2017, I wrote a story laying out an answer to this question for Charlottesville, and for Albemarle. The logic and rationale remains the same, but the numbers have changed.
So have prices.
There is a lot of Charlottesville -Albemarle real estate market data to be found in 2023. Is more data better?
Setting aside the conversations about the merits, challenges, costs of the Buford Middle School renovations in the City of Charlottesville, people looking to purchase in the City of Charlottesville will need to be aware (as do real estate agents) of where kids will go to school in the coming years.
This month: the deer and the small town, asking questions of clients, silence and minimalism, and the value of showing work.
A thought on factors affecting Charlottesville real estate – work from home, climate migration, cash is kings, worker absence and more.