crozet real estate

Nest Realty’s Jim Duncan Featured in RE Weekly

  Crozet has become an increasingly popular area in recent years and has been a focal point of planned growth and expansion in Albemarle. Situated just 12 miles west of the City of Charlottesville, homeowners and visitors alike are being drawn to the quaint town of Crozet for a variety of reasons. It’s charm and…

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First Quarter 2013 Crozet Real Estate Market Update

This article was written by Nest agent David Ferrall for the Crozet Gazette… 2012 was a big year for local real estate. The Charlottesville MSA (metropolitan statistical area) saw a sales increase of 15% over 2011, and in the first quarter of this year experienced the 7th straight quarter of year-over-year sales increases. Reason to…

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Old Trail Home Sales Strong in 2012

In many ways, Crozet’s Old Trail was the region’s real estate bubble poster child.  Launched in 2005, demand and home sales ramped up in a frenzy in the community’s early days.  Initial home deliveries were in late 2005 and Old Trail tallied 13 sales in the final 2 months of 2005. Then sales went off…

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Charlottesville Real Estate Market Update: November 2012

Sales activity continues to plug along in a positive direction for the entire Charlottesville MSA. Overall, year-over-year sales in November were up 15.7% (from 165 to 191) from last November. The three-year sales trend also continues to be positive…more proof that consumers have increased confidence in housing. Post-election activity has been brisk in the Charlottesville region as sales…

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Digging a Little Deeper: Albemarle County Real Estate By Price Ranges

We all know that real estate is local.  Taking national stats and trends and trying to apply them to our Charlottesville real estate market isn’t always relevant. Along the same lines, stats and trends in our overall local market don’t always translate to smaller sub-categories and market niches.  For example, if you’re selling a $400,000…

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Old Trail Home Sales On The Rise

With a fair amount of uncertainty in the Charlottesville real estate market, there are still a few bright spots.  Located in Crozet, single family home sales in Old Trail over the last 12 months are up 60% from the previous 12 months (24 vs 15).  Construction activity is up with a combination of custom homes…

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Charlottesville and Albemarle Real Estate Focus: Inventory Levels

I was watching a great video recently featuring real estate guru Steve Harney.  Steve is a mastermind in real estate trends…and even more masterful in taking complicated economic data and simplifying it for everyone to understand (including me, the Uva English major).  I’ve had the fortune to see him speak twice in the last six…

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Western Albemarle Home Sales History

Single family home sales in Western Albemarle (which includes Ivy and Crozet) seem to be showing some positive signs over the last few months. Total sales per month were higher in 4 of the last 5 months of 2009 as compared to 2007 and 2008 sales. A few more quick Charlottesville real estate statistics: –…

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Top Crozet Neighborhoods for Holiday Lights

Looking for some great Holiday Lights this year?  Let Charlottesville’s most innovative real estate brokerage save you a little bit of time.  Our Realtors done some legwork by scouting out some of the best neighborhoods in the Charlottesville area for Holiday Lights.  We’ll spotlight a few ‘Best Of’ lists over the next several days, but we’ll get…

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