Talking to Realtors in Richmond about Podcasting and Blogging; two extremely useful tools that, when used well, can help make the implementer a better practitioner.
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The Charlottesville area real estate market in early 2019 is showing strong signs of shifting to a buyer market in some pockets.
The market is turning. And I’ll be writing about this in depth in the coming monthly note (subscribe here). Your micro-market matters more than top-level reports. That said, I think the Charlottesville area real estate market is turning. Sellers – take note; price and prepare accordingly, with great advice. Buyers – be aware, and choose wisely, with great representation. Get the CAAR reports
I’m writing less here on RealCentralVA, and that’s ok. Things ebb and flow, and now (mid-2019) is an ebb. I’m focusing for now on my Monthly Note (JimsNote.com), while I’m posting here with less frequency. Rather than stress about it, I’m accepting the ebb so I’m ready for the flow.
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). Remember the Charlottesville Ice Park? It’s gone. Patience I wrote a few years ago about how “the louder they are, the…