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Charlottesville Real Estate Tax Update

February 2, 2014

There are always people looking at this as either good news… or bad news.   Half full or half empty?   On the one hand, it’s nice to see ‘value’ rise in local properties.  On the other hand, who wants to pay higher taxes? Regardless, Charlottesville real estate tax information for the past year has been released,  new […]

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Madison County VA 3rd Quarter 2013

November 2, 2013

Every now and then we like to feature a particular area, to let you see how the overall market is performing.  Here’s a quick snapshot featuring 2 charts for Madison County VA for the 3rd quarter of 2013 market activity totals.  We’ll be bringing you even more detailed information about Madison (and other) counties in the […]

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Antique Homes in Central Virginia

May 17, 2013

We have many clients who are interested in the charm and antiquity of the historic farms and homes in central Virginia.  Below are charts that will show you the state of the market activity, in the past year, for the antique and historic homes in the Charlottesville and Richmond areas of Central Virginia.  

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Gap Between New Homes and Resales

January 29, 2012

The chart below has been compiled by an Economics Blog named Calculated Risk ….  to illustrate the home sales in the country for the past 8 years… with lines showing sales of new construction vs. resales of existing homes.  It’s dramatic and it speaks for itself.  Of course like many others, we believe one of the fastest […]

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Louisa County VA Real Estate Statistics

September 16, 2011

Louisa County lies just to the east of Charlottesville in central Virginia (map at bottom).   Louisa’s charming town of Gordonsville is surrounded by farms and horse properties, and also the Spring Creek Golf community is in Louisa Co.  Property sales details are below. Here are active listings in Louisa Co. at this time. We’ve […]

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Charlottesville VA Real Estate Statistics

September 16, 2011

Charlottesville VA is in the middle of Albemarle County (map at bottom).  As home to the University of Virginia, several federal government offices, and medical centers… Charlottesville is the bustling hub of central Virginia. Though only 10 square miles in size, Charlottesville has a wide assortment of real estate properties. Traditional homes, condos, student housing, […]

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Greene County VA Real Estate Statistics

September 16, 2011

Greene County lies just north of Charlottesville’s Albemarle County (map at bottom).  From fishing at the Rapidan Wildlife Preserve to the amazing mountain views of the Appalachian Trail and the Shenandoah National Park …. Greene County entices lovers of the outdoors. Though not far from Charlottesville or D.C., Greene County offers a variety of properties […]

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Nelson County VA Real Estate Statistics

September 15, 2011

Nelson County lies just southwest of Charlottesville’s Albemarle County (map at bottom). It’s in the mountainous foothills of the Blue Ridge Mts, with scenic views, trees and streams. Wintergreen Resort (with golf and skiing) provides a unique real estate market in a county of rural acreage and farms. In the chart below, we’ve extended the […]

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Fluvanna County VA Real Estate Statistics

September 15, 2011

Fluvanna County lies just southeast of Charlottesville’s Albemarle County (map at bottom). It has diverse appeal, in part because of its rural nature, the large gated lakefront community of Lake Monticello, and Fluvanna’s handy proximity to Charlottesville. Below are the sales in Fluvanna Co. for the past year: Below are details of the active property […]

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Albemarle County VA Real Estate Statistics

September 15, 2011

The City of Charlottesville is in the center of Albemarle County and also in the center of Virginia (map at bottom). With UVa and the medical centers, government facilities, art and school choices, property prices tend to be a bit higher as you get closer to Charlottesville.  In Albemarle County you can also expect a […]

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