Charlottesville Real Estate – update

Charlottesville Real Estate update (YTD Mar 4, 2009)



(Photo – taken by Charles McDonald, Charlottesville Virginia)
Let’s Talk Charlottesville Real Estate!
We are very fortunate to live in such a wonderful area. We have four season, Blue Ridge Views and the University of Virginia! Sales are starting to pick up in Charlottesville and our year is moving along nicely!
In Charlottesville City we have SOLD 48 HOMES.
There are currently 327 HOMES on the market.
Our average DOM (Days on the Market) is at 159 Days .
Our Average selling price is $291,716.
NOTE: These are just homes in the city of Charlottesville
Click Here for a link to see Great Neighborhoods in our area!
Some of our Spotlight Neighborhoods are: Glenmore Foxchase Old Trail Forest Lakes Dunlora
When you are looking for the right home, visit Charlottesville Real Estate for details about our area and other homes on the market. This includes Charlottesville, Albemarle County and the surrounding counties like Nelson, Greene, Madison, Fluvanna, Orange and Louisa.
Come visit Charlottesville Real Estate and tour our area anytime!

About The Author

Charles McDonald, Associate Broker at RE/MAX Assured Properties and dedicated Buyers Agent is the author of this blog, and several other sites on the Internet. Charles and his group of experts in the Charlottesville area are always available to help you with your Real Estate needs. Call our group anytime at 434-981-1585 or to search for homes visit: Charlottesville Real Estate
Copyright © 2009 Charles McDonald, All Rights Reserved.
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