“Charlottesville” technically means “the City of Charlottesville,” but has come to mean Charlottesville, Albemarle County that surrounds it as well as parts of Nelson County, Fluvanna County, Greene County, even parts of Orange County. discount real estate services buyers Charlottesville – Discount from what ? … ngic mailing – I think it’s safe to assume based on the volume of searches coming to my site that a mailing was recently sent out to the NGIC folks ( start here!
If you read only via RSS, I thank you and I’m much the same. (please take a moment to visit and let me know your thoughts) A few changes – – Added widgets to some of my various profiles. … – Eventually I’ll display an updating graph charting the region’s median prices – I’m working on the color scheme, but really want to have a simple, clean look with the focus being on the content and the contact.
It’s been a long time since I’ve run a poll. In late 2006 : – 49% of readers identified themselves as “Curious Consumers.” – 7% were “active buyers or sellers” – Nearly 30% were “real estate professionals or related fields” I’m curious – who reads this blog now?
In attempting to clean up the back end, I deleted an FTP account (and all the files) of someone who did some back-end work for me. … Lessons learned – 1) Work with a host who backs up frequently 2) Work with a host who knows how to restore a backu 3) Backup youself.
I found this blog, titled Discovering Urbanism , last week with this genesis, which shares a lot of my interests which focus on Charlottesville’s real estate and real estate market (location, location, location and “how do I get around?)… I discovered what should have been obvious all along: issues like transportation and zoning are pretty boring unless they are about the particular roads and lands that real people use.
You make this blog so much better, and I am grateful for the time the time, energy, thought and insight you provide here. The knowledge I gain from your comments istremendous, and I sincerely appreciate every one of you. ( photo courtesy )
One of the key concepts of the real estate blogging space has been the original content and unique voices found at each different site; this originality seems to be waning a bit this year as the medium grows and the same content is published at different sites. … For example, and I’m not alone in my writing responsibilities, I write at a couple of places – – RealCentralVA – a blog focused on the Charlottesville/Central Virginia real estate market and trends affecting same.