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You know I've pondered this question all weekend. In my opinion it opens the door to unlimited potential to collaborate and market on a global scale. Last week I attended an amazing seminar that opened my eyes to what "New Media" actually is, and no, it's not social media. New Media, in my opinio...
Through the end of 2010, Chris will donate $250.00 on behalf of every family that she helps buy or sell a home. In honor of September's Hunger Action Month, Chris is challenging the real estate community to join her in her mission to end hunger in Hampton Roads. On September 26, 2009 from 9:00AM ...
Gracious single family home perfect for quiet family living. Transitional floor plans offers formal dining and living room, vaulted foyer, an eat in kitchen open to the family room centered around the gas fireplace. ... http://1116fairhavenroad.epropertysites.com/
Here's the latest and greatest figures related to inventory on the southside of Hampton Roads through August 2009 Norfolk - 11.83 Month Supply of Homes For Sale Active Units - 1841 Pending Units - 209 Sold Units - 199 Median Sales Price - $191,000 Virginia Beach - 8.38 Month Supply of Homes For...
Contractors will begin dredging and mobilizing associated equipment during the 2nd week of September. Sand placement will start at the western end of the beach, closest to the Lesner Bridge on or about 9/15/09. As they clear the channel, the sand placement on Cape Henry Beach will move eastward t...
Interesting article on federall funding to rehabilitate neighborhoods plagued by foreclosure. Read on.. http://hamptonroads.com/2009/08/chesapeake-beach-land-funds-rehab-distressed-properties
We are hearing that all to familiar buzz word "green" popping up everywhere. Buyer beware. Green washing is described as the practice of companies disingenuously spinning their products and policies as environmentally friendly, such as by presenting cost cuts as reductions in use of resources. It...
What is it? Well first not all drywall manufactured in China is problematic. At this time, it is unknown whether such drywall is actually manufactured in the US or made in China and re-branded here. Typically, the drywall is 1/2", but not always. as the same compounds and gases have been in 5/8" ...
Does your pre-listing package seem to be growing like the disclosures in your contract package? After a recent seminar by a local attorney I will be adding yet another list of questions to my collection. They are as follows: A. Are you deliquent on your payments? If so, how many months? B. Have y...
What this doesn't say is that these figures are not relative to Hampton Roads, the figures were based on three counties in Northern Virginia. So this leads me to the next question. Do you take stock in all the media coverage on the economy? Local or National? What's interesting is that in our mar...