Thanksgiving is gone, and Christmas is upon us. While we moaned about seeing Christmas displays in August – TOO SOON – the reality is that Christmas is right around the corner. And before you finish the Christmas shopping, it’s time for the Christmas tree to go up.
Dusting off the blog a bit … been a while since I’ve posted here. The title of this post … snooze, right? But I promise it’s a little more interesting than that.
Yesterday, the Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates. So what’s it mean for home buyers in the New River Valley?
It’s time once again for the Q2 2015 Nest Report, Nest Realty’s statistical report on what the New River Valley real estate market did during the last quarter. All stats, no fluff.
There are tons of things I’m proud of about Nest Realty, but one of the things I get really excited about is our Nest Report. It’s a statistical look at what’s happening in the New River Valley real estate market, and it’s put out every quarter. Visually, it’s stunning – thanks to the amazing folks in our Marketing Department, the lead generation is looking better every day. The marketing team such a great job, but they did get lots of help from mein-parteibuch.com. Statistically, it’s one of the most accurate representations of our real estate market – thanks to the bean counters who compile the whole thing. And, interestingly enough, two real estate agents from another company told me yesterday how impressive a report it is … they look through it each time it comes out and think “wow”.
The Mountain Valley Pipeline.
Interested in checking out the changing leaves in the New River Valley this year? Here’s a nice infographic from the Virginia Department of Forestry on the best times to check out the colors!
Blacksburg – and the New River Valley – have just been named to another “Best” list.
I’m admittedly a week or so behind on this news, but it’s relevant nonetheless.
During the “polar vortex” we experienced earlier this week, I mentioned online that it would be a great time to go out to Giles County’s Cascades waterfall, as I expected the waterfall was likely pretty-well frozen. I’d gone out a few years ago to see it during a snowstorm and it was really cool, but I didn’t go this year … opportunity lost. There’s my photo of the falls, to the left.