A word of advice: You may find your time and sanity better spent avoiding the WalMart in Charlottesville (it’s on Hilton Heights RoadÂ by driving a few minutes to the West and visiting the Waynesboro…
It’s a shame that he’s ” throwing in the towel ” because the comments speak to the value that his site has brought to his community, but it’s good that the site will continue. … Two Three Four points (just read the whole thing) with which I particularly agree, and if I could copy and paste his entire post, I would, because each one is poignant.
And our location basically at the hub of Charlottesville and the economic engine that is the University of Virginia and Harrisonburg and the economic engine that is James Madison University gives us a unique opportunity to attract the industry of the 21st century. The future of industry is in the kinds of technological innovations that will come out of UVa. and JMU and the former Stanford Research Institute that is now working with both of our regionâ€™s major universities on the next computer mouse and the next Internet, to name two projects that SRI led in its early years in California.
They say that pictures say what words cannot – Listing volumes for Waynesboro and Augusta List to Sell for Waynesboro and Augusta Days on market : 2005 – 104 2006 – 105 2007 – 126 2008 – 144 Contact me if you would like more detailed information, market statistics or other market data for Waynesboro and Augusta. This market is not immune to the current market volatility.
– One thing that didn’t make it in last week’s Daily Progress story – (Hopefully) more on homeowner’s insurance and vacant houses – about 33% of the houses currently on the market in Central Virginia are vacant – so this is a very pertinent issue. – A breakdown of the state of the Central Virginia (including Charlottesville, Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Nelson – not Louisa ) real estate market by price range.
While I had planned to release the market report for the Charlottesville market today, I have noticed that even properties that closed ten days ago have not yet been closed in the MLS. In an attempt to provide the most accurate data, I’m going to wait until Sunday afternoon to write the report. (and I still need to find the best report to present the median price) Thanks for your patience.
Keep in mind that these commuting numbers are from 2000 ; I predict that 2010 will show these numbers to have at least tripled: In 1970, 799 people were commuting from Waynesboro/Augusta/Staunton to Charlottesville/Albemarle. … However, their market now has about seventeen months of inventory ( PDF here ) versus about five months of inventory at this time in 2007 and almost four months of inventory in 2006.