Albemarle County Real Estate

Charlottesville Home Sales Look Better Than They Feel

We spend a lot of time looking at stats at Nest. We also spend a lot of time talking amongst ourselves about how the market ‘feels.’ The general consensus among our agents is that the market feels pretty soft…and we have some statistics to back up that feeling. For example, market-wide, showings are down showings are…

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A Drive Through Bundoran Farm

If you haven’t driven through Bundoran Farm, then put it on your schedule this summer.  It’s one of the most beautiful spots in Albemarle County.  Not only is the land naturally spectacular, but the planning by Celebration Associates (and implementation of the plan) is top notch.  I drove through last week with my trusty flip and…

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Albemarle County Single Family Home Sales

I know we’ve got a few loyal readers out there who live for our market reports…and to you we apologize for the delay in getting our most recent report up. Thankfully for everyone, April was one of the busiest months we’ve had in a long time.  The expiration of the tax credit caused a lot…

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Things to Do in Charlottesville – Go to an Orchard

Go local. In this case, local strawberries at Chiles Orchard in Crozet. These are some of the orchards in Charlottesville, Albemarle, Fluvanna and Greene: And besides, spending an hour or so with the family is a much ore fulfilling experience than going to the grocery store. Right? Thanks to BuyLocalVirginia.org, these are some of the…

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Albemarle County Real Estate Inventory Levels

A few months ago, we took a closer look at inventory levels for homes throughout Charlottesville and Albemarle County.  Since I’m a big believer that inventory levels are a predictor of future real estate values, I’d like to take another look…this time for single family and attached homes in Albemarle County. As you may recall,…

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Charlottesville Real Estate: The NGIC Effect on Our Local Real Estate Market?

As we all know, the National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) is bringing a lot of jobs to our area – some are estimating 1000…and maybe more.  And with those jobs is increased promise that the influx of jobs will help boost the Charlottesville real estate market.  Is that a crazy thought?  Absolutely not. Real estate…

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Things To Do in Charlottesville: Spring Edition

UVa magazine has published their 15 Reasons to Love Spring in Charlottesville .  Charlottesville is packed with great outdoor activities from the Downtown Mall to Skyline Drive.  Whether you are into sporting events or farmer’s markets, we’ve got it all. Here are their 15: 1. Blossoms 2. Foxfield 3. Festival of the Book 4. Baseball 5.…

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March 2010 Charlottesville Real Estate Market Update

The snow has finally melted (well, most of it) and the Spring Market is in full swing in Charlottesville.  We’ve actually been seeing some positive signs in the marketplace, including some good news nationally, some encouraging trend lines, and even a fair amount of multiple offers on well-priced properties. For the first time in about…

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Good News for the Charlottesville Real Estate Market?

With the exception of a small few, every homeowner in Charlottesville and throughout the country is looking for positive real estate news.  As compared to 2009 – when there wasn’t much – we’re starting to see some good news starting to trickle in…and that’s a good thing. REAL Trends just reported that Long and Foster…

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Charlottesville Market Snapshot: January 2010 Albemarle Detached Homes

Albemarle County detached home sales continue to suffer a bit, according to January Charlottesville home sale stats.  Average sale price and median sales price fell from both 2008 and 2009 levels, while Days on Market increased over 42 days from 2009 levels. However, there were some positive signs.  January sales of Albemarle single family homes…

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