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NOTE: AT THIS TIME, DUE TO AN OVERWHELMING FIRST DAY RESPONSE FROM AFFECTED RESIDENTS, ALL FUNDS HAVE BEEN ALLOCATED. APPLICATIONS WILL STILL BE RECEIVED AND CONSIDERED ON A FIRST-COME/FIRST-SERVED BASIS AS ANY ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ARE MADE AVAILABLE.
Morning classes followed by lunch and expo.
Economic Forum with guest speakers in afternoon.
Expo and happy hour concludes the day.
Vendors, themed booths, guest speakers, prizes, education credits and more. All classes plus economic forum will be approved for education credits.
Class times may vary, so call or email to confirm and for more information.
Flyers and registration packets will be available by July 2014.
Virginia’s typical seasonal decline has set in. November sales and prices were down and there were no changes in unemployment or interest rates to counter-act this seasonal trend. Year-over-year metrics are also down since Virginia experienced an unusual uptick in sales last November (a break from tradition as shown in graph below). Nonetheless, Virginia’s housing market is poised for full recovery and there are a number of reasons to look forward to next year. First, the U.S. Census reported increased housing starts in November, especially in the U.S. South which includes Virginia.
Get a terrific three-minute overview of the current Virginia housing market with the video edition of our quarterly Home Sales Report, hosted by VAR team member Director of Public Relations Stacey Ricks.
It’s a great way to see what’s happening in the state. (Brokers, it’s perfect for your next sales meeting.) And for all the details be sure to grab your free copy of the full Home Sales Report, too.
Over 200 Realtors descended on Charlottesville this week for the tenth anniversary of the Property Management Coalition Conference. The Charlottesville Daily Progress stopped in and chatted with members on Wednesday. Check it out: