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Real Estate

Looking for a Cattle Farm in Virginia?

by Gayle August 12, 2012

Recently we have seen an increase in the number of people searching for large cattle farms in Virginia. If you happen to be one of these people, visit our Virginia Cattle Farms for Sale  website for  many of the cattle farms over 75 acres for sale.

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Virginia Farm Seekers

by Staff July 6, 2012

Wow.  This really sounds like a new great program from the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) and the Virginia Farm Bureau’s Young Farmers Committee. They have created a new program which offers a designation called a Certified Farm Seeker.  Those folks who are exploring the possibility of purchasing their own farms will have [...]

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Charlottesville Area Farm Sales April 2012 – June 2012

by Gayle July 5, 2012

Looking back over the last three months of farm sales….It doesn’t look like we are gaining any ground in selling the large farm inventory that is currently on the market.  What does that mean for you?  It’s  still  a great time to purchase a farm in Charlottesville or central Virginia!

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Central Virginia Farm Sales Trends

by Gayle June 17, 2012

Each month I update the Charlottesville Farm Sales and Land trends on this blog to help our visitors and clients understand the farm and land market in Virginia. As they say, real estate is local and what is reported by the national news media may or may not be relevant to our local real estate [...]

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Communities Clustered Around Farm Crops and Animals

by Staff January 6, 2012

Whether you’d like to live in the middle of farm animals or crops… or whether you’d like to have your own little plot of land for your garden … or whether you’d like to share community gardens, crops and food sources… the trends right now are in your favor. Gone are the days when all [...]

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Country Properties and the Automatic Valuation Model

by Gayle December 15, 2011

The Wall Street Journal just ran an article about the Fuzzy Math of Internet Home Values. The article says that online home valuators  have in their disclaimers that their valuations are just estimates and may be off anywhere between 20 and 50 percent in either direction. The article goes on to say that in some locales [...]

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