This post examines how each of the Central Virginia real estate markets performed in 2010.
The beginning of the month is the perfect time to reflect on what has been happening in the area real estate markets. Listed below are links to reports on the various Central Virginia real estate markets.
If you have any questions on the reports and what they may mean regarding your sale or purchase of a Central Virginia home, I would be happy to talk with you.
If you are relocating to a Charlottesville Virginia horse farm or one in the surrounding area of Central Virginia, it is important to know where to go for horse feed and farm supplies. Listed below are a selection of feed and farm supply stores.
Augusta Cooperative Farm Bureau Inc., Scottsville 434 286-2650
Southern States Charlottesville Cooperative, 810 Harris St., Charlottesville 434 296-6191
Proffit Rd., Charlottesville 434 974-6147
Tractor Supply, 921 River Rd., Charlottesville 984-2190
Spangler S G Farm Supply, 16103 S Constitution RTE, Scottsville 434 286-3200
Pet Food Discounters, 607 Woodbrook Dr, Charlottesville 434 974-6060
Southern State Co-op, Orange 540 672-2977
If you are buying or selling an Albemarle County horse farm or a farm in the Central Virginia area, I would love to help you. My years as a professional in the horse business give me the specialized knowledge necessary to understand what is important to the equestrian buyer. Couple this with my knowledge of the Charlottesville Virginia real estate market, energy and attention to detail and it is obvious that I am the perfect choice to market and sell your existing farm or find the perfect Central Virginia horse propertiy to suit your particular needs. I would love to work with you.
Search all of the Central Virginia horse properties currently on the market.
When you are considering a purchase of a home, one of the necessary things to know is the real estate tax rate for that particular area. In the Central Virginia real estate market there are considerable differences in tax rates among the various counties that make up the region. For some purchasers these rates are still very low compared to the section of the country that they are relocating from. However, many purchasers will need to carefully consider the tax rate, because it may impact whether they can afford a particular home.
The following are the real estate tax rates for the Central Virginia area:
City of Charlottesville – $.95/$100 of assessed value
Albemarle County – $.71/$100 of assessed value
Louisa County – $.62/$100 of assessed value
Fluvanna County – $.48/$100 of assessed value
Greene County – $.72/$100 of assessed value
Orange County – $.47/$100 of assessed value
If you are considering a move to Central Virginia, I would be happy to talk with you about the different neighborhoods that make up the Central Virginia real estate market.
Click here if you would like to search the homes for sale in Central Virginia.