Residents of the Glenmore neighborhood aren’t fond of the sounds from the shooting range nearby. Looking in the Charlottesville MLS, the oldest home I can find in the Glenmore neighborhood was built in 1993; the shooting range has been there for 40 or 50 years â€¦ what’s the solution? If Glenmore wants to pay for sound dampening, I can imagine the range would entertain that offer.
Some year-end Charlottesville real estate market data for you: And a â™«â™«â™«â™«â™« a Happ-y New Year â™ªâ™ªâ™ª Context coming on Monday, 3 January … as well as the answer to the question, “Is 2011 the right time to buy a house in Charlottesville?” (Answer: Maybe)
Moving Median Home Price for Charlottesville Metropolitan Statistical Area for the Past Year: Moving Median Home Price for Charlottesville Metropolitan Statistical Area for the Past Five Years: Condos – Sales and Inventory Report 2006 – 2010 (PDF) Attached Homes – Sales and Inventory Report 2006 – 2010 (PDF) Single Family Homes – Sales and Inventory Report 2006 – 2010 (PDF)
Have a look at this: These Are The 15 Housing Markets That Will Get Crushed The Hardest By 2012 .
Note that the traditional hotspots are there, and nowhere in Virginia is. And then there’s this – Charlottesville MSA home prices are predicted to rise in 2011. I’ll let you know in 2013 if they’re right.
As always, ignore data prior to November … Condo/attached home median prices seem to be declining a bit; these could be caused in part by the Walker Square condos that recently saw significant price reductions…