Nest Report – Ending 2018, an Eye on 2019

Dig in. Ask me questions. Or call/text – 434-242-7140 . Download the 2018 Annual Nest Report for Charlottesville; we’ve made some changes, such as average age of home in a particular area (29 North: 1997, Crozet, 2001), average home size in each sub-area, and percentage of homes less than 5 years old (Crozet: 40.7%), Earlysville: 7.8%). Check it out. If you’d like a hard copy, please ask….

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Crozet’s Real Estate Market in 2019 & Tips for Buyers/Sellers

Is the Crozet real estate market slowing? Maybe, for some pockets.   We are releasing our Annual Nest Report shortly; if you’d like a copy, please email Jim or Greg. Transcript Jim: Hey. I’m Jim Duncan with Nest Realty (434-242-7140). Greg: And I’m Greg Slater with Nest Realty. We wanted to take this opportunity to talk to you a little bit about the Crozet Market. When…

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January 2019 Monthly Note | Stories, Offers, HOAs, the Charlottesville Market

Here we go. Another year begins of representing clients, helping to grow Nest Realty, and producing the best, most relevant, and interesting content possible that I can. This Month’s Note Charlottesville area market update/thoughts on 2019’s market, incorporating some of my thoughts here. Hiring professional HOA management (it’s a good thing) Never say an offer is coming (and why) Life is a series of stories…

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End of 2018 Charlottesville Area Market Report

The Charlottesville Area Realtors’ 2018 Market Report is out Market data PDFs galore, but what’s it mean to you? Greater Charlottesville Area Albemarle County City of Charlottesville Short takeaways Top-level data is relevant from a public perception/trending perspective, but notsomuch from a “what should I offer?” or “how should I price my home?” perspective. Increasing inventory, stable rates, same to rising demand could lead to a…

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Humanity, Offers, and a Wrap | December 2018’s Note

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).      *Sorry about the lack of pictures. I’ve been sidelined due to injury from riding the bicycle…

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