VCU/West, VA Real Estate News

By Lane Midgett
(1776 Real Estate Group Richmond, VA Local Expert )
Sanders, VCU quietly make NBA draft history LeBron James' free agency and the five first-round picks from the University of Kentucky dominated the headlines from last week's NBA draft. And rightfully so. LeBron's choice of teams could well influence the NBA's power structure for more than a decade, while the Wildcats' embarrassment of riches was unprecedented -- gee, maybe if they'd had a sixth they might have reached the Final Four. Courtesy of reader John Hendrix of Gloucester, here's another compelling draft storyline: The Milwaukee Bucks' selection of VCU junior center Larry Sanders with the 15th pick makes the Rams the first program in Virginia to produce first-round choices in consecutive years -- the Utah Jazz chose VCU point guard Eric Maynor at No. 20 last year. Moreover, the R...
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(Long and Foster Real Estate, Richmond Virginia)
Homes prices in Richmond Virginia ,especially condos, are good buys right now. A 4 BR room house can house 4 students or better yet a condo may be just the thing. 2 or 3 students can live comfortably and have access to a kitchen and can study with out going to the library. Condos are being priced competitively around 125-225,000 near VCU.Houses are priced  around 150000-300,000.  Sellers are more reasonable and buyers have great interest rates and good inventory from which to choose. Builders are giving many upgrades and pricing nicely for a good return in a few years. The market is not going to stay down for long and your students still have to go to school ,as well as other students in the years  behind them. So you have built in buyers or rental property for ever.  There is no time ...
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By Nathan Hughes
(Bandazian & Holden)
For the details, see "Fire at VCU's new business school" at The Richmond Democrat. I am just glad that this one did not spread like the one a couple of years ago at the new dorms (that were also under construction, by the way).  I hope this isn't going to be an ongoing trademark of any projects built under the VCU banner. I like all of the development that VCU is doing, and the business that it is bringing to the area -- but please don't burn down the city in the process! To read  other comments on this post, you'll have to visit Richmond Business & Commercial News!
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