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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 […]

Can’t find the Charlottesville house which haunts your dreams? Remodel the un-perfect house!

Remodel the Un-Perfect House! Can’t find the Charlottesville house which haunts your dreams, in your selected location?  Buy the un-perfect house, in the perfect location, and remodel! These days, I have many buyers who want a master bedroom and a two car garage on the main level, but they don’t necessarily like the newer subdivisions. […]

1st Quarter 2014 Charlottesville Real Estate Sales Data Released

The 1st Quarter Real Estate Sales data for the Charlottesville Area Association of Realtors has been released.  We’re looking good… The voice of real estate in Central Virginia       2014 1st Quarter Market Report Charlottesville Area 1st Quarter 2014 Highlights: – Closed sales were unchanged compared to Q1-2013, with 492 homes sold in […]

Sowing the Seeds of Spring: How to Start your Garden Indoors

Following is a very general article about beginning your garden indoors.  These are basic rules, and I will be providing a more in-depth look at how we find the space and time to begin our garden indoors each your.  Check back, or better yet, subscribe to receive an email when new posts are posted. Sowing […]

The Leaves Turned and They Haven’t All Dropped Yet!

Finally, some color!  I’ve always heard that we need a cold snap and rain to encourage the best Fall color.  We actually had a pretty wet summer, but we had a dry spell and mild temperatures just as Fall was marching in; it seemed we were going to miss that spectacular Fall foliage color once […]