Posts tagged Charlottesville assessments

Who Knew E*Trade Owned Homes?

Apparently E*Trade own 225 Bedford Park Road in Foxchase in Crozet (technically Charlottesville, but really Crozet). As far as I know, this is the first foreclosure in Foxchase and is an indication that foreclosures are not isolated to any particular price point. … Now it’s being offered for $167/foot (apparently the previous owners finished approximately 600 square feet as well).

… Most Recent Sales History Previous Owner (ed note: I’m choosing to leave this out; if you’re curious you can find it) Owner E*TRADE BANK Sale Date 10/23/2009 Sale Price $869,126 Deed Book/Page 3811/403 Validity of Sale (For Internal Use) Foreclosure

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City of Charlottesville’s Assessments Decline

In its annual review of Charlottesville properties, the City Assessor’s Office released figures that show the total value of property — including new construction — declined by .76 percent. … The city has 12,820 taxable residential parcels, and approximately 54 percent will have a decline in value and 40 percent will not show a change, excluding improvements and new construction. … Here are some details of this year’s figures: — Assessment for existing residential property declined in value by 2.19 percent.
… — When new construction is added to the value of existing property, the total value of property in the city declined by .76 percent.

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