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Money in the Bank – Saving for Short- and Long-Term Goals

Money in the Bank Get a grip on your finances by learning how to save for short- and long-term goals. Written by Maresa Giovannini. Do you feel like you are always one financial step behind the curve? If saving for the future isn’t your forte, there’s no time like the present to start developing new […]

WOW End Unit at Branchlands, 1412 Lilac Ct – $225,000

1412 Lilac Ct in Branchlands Neighborhood UNDER CONTRACT   Hard to find end unit at Branchlands on the very popular Lilac Ct.  Details 1412 Lilac Ct, Charlottesville, VA 22901 Constructed 1996 1390 square feet, all on one level End unit, with bay window Incredible sunroom with windows across the whole rear of the home Natural […]

Earlysville – Brick one level home on a full basement, sited on a glorious woodland lot -$350,000 – SOLD

  Brick one level home on a full basement, sited on a glorious woodland lot. Earlysville brick home on 2 acres with garage for sale in Fairgrove subdivision. There’s  a 24′ x 24′ garage off of the kitchen and plenty of parking in the wide driveway.  515 Willwood Drive – Earlysville, Virginia – reduced $25,000! […]

How’s the Market? Here are the 2016 numbers so far…

Charlottesville Area 2016 1st Quarter Highlights: The 562 homes sold in the 1st Quarter in Greater Charlottesville marked a 14.0% increase from Q1 2015, marking the 6th straight quarter with year-over-year sales gains.  The median sales price of $250,000 was 2.6% lower than Q1 2015, though the $315,204 average sales price marked a 3.0% gain.  Despite […]

Charlottesville First Quarter 2015 Real Estate Market

Charlottesville First Quarter 2015 Real Estate Market Report   Charlottesville Area First Quarter 2015 Highlights:  Median sales price for the region was up 5.1% over Q1-2014, rising from $244,250 to $256,750.  Sellers received 94% of original list price at sale, 2.7 points higher than the five-year average for the quarter.  Closed sales […]

How to have a vegetable garden when the light is all wrong in your back yard.

Yes, you can still have a vegetable garden when the light is all wrong in your back yard.  Plant in the front yard!  You may be thinking that a front yard vegetable garden will be unsightly, or perhaps you live with a Homeowners Association which prohibits vegetable gardens in the front yard.  Trust me, you […]