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This blog deeply analyzes the Richmond, Virginia housing market, and provides expert neighborhood analysis for investors and investment minded individual purchasers.
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EMERYVILLE, Calif., April 1, 2010 - The national real estate brokerage ZipRealty (NASDAQ: ZIPR, www.ZipRealty.com) today announced that a version of its popular iPhone and iPod Touch application will be available for the expected launch of Apple's newest device, the iPad, on April 3. iPad users, ...
04/02/2010
 I didn't want to write this post, but I felt impelled after meeting an agent earlier this week.  When I first saw her website and photo, I remember thinking that she needed to update her hairstyle a little, but she looked very professional.  When she walked into my office, I thought she'd sent h...
03/26/2010
Do you believe the internet is the "future" of real estate.  Well, you're right... that is, if you are living in 1987.  Do you have a functional website that allows users to surf an IDX and view homes from the MLS.  Congratulations, You are now living in 1999.  So what does it take to be current?...
03/25/2010
The Richmond Times Dispatch published an article by this title this morning. On the surface this story seems bad, but in actuality, it may be even worse than it initially seems.  Foreclosures only tell a small portion of the story.  I've had clients who quit making payments months, even years bef...
01/28/2010
Pat Lashinski Has some interesting points for the nationwide market, but I remain a little more pessimistic for the Richmond Market. Judge for yourself. . . .
01/28/2010
2006 was a great year.  The Pittsburg Steelers won the Superbowl.  Blue Ray Discs were made available for sale in the United States and the Democratic party regained control of both houses of congress.  I'll avoid commenting on the latter. Here in Richmond, and accross the nation, Realtors and ho...
01/26/2010
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What I mean by moving up: When folks buy their first homes, they usually make their selection based on conditions at the time.  Key factors are price, mortgage limitations, and down payments.  Once families move into their first homes, after a few years, many often find that they are in a differe...
05/01/2009
Introduction:While Richmond, Virginia enjoys a lower home foreclosure rate than many areas in the nation, there are some areas in greater Richmond that have forclosure rates much higher than the national average.  In this article I would like to focus on the Zip Code 23222, which has the highest ...
02/13/2009
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