Category Archives: Charlottesville Real Estate Taxes

VAR Blog Brawl Round 2 – Vote for the Kids!

In my previous post, I resorted to “bribes” to advance to round #2 of the Virginia Blog Brawl hosted by the Virginia Association of Realtors. The good news is that it worked. We made it to round #2! So I want to say thanks to all for casting your vote for my Charlottesville Real Estate […]


Buying Downtown Charlottesville Real Estate

Why Live in Downtown Charlottesville? As I stated in my previous post, I told you where to find those desirable homegrown fresh vegetables in the downtown City Market. Many Charlottesville home buyers are actually looking toward downtown for all the right reasons. There are lots of things going on in downtown Charlottesville, from live arts […]


Charlottesville Real Estate in the News

Could the Albemarle County Budget Shortfall Mean Higher Property Taxes? As you know, the 2008 Albemarle County property tax assessments are out and overall, the word from the county’s assessor’s office is that residential property values in Albemarle County dropped slightly by 2.5 percent, and in rural areas property values dropped 0.5 percent as a […]


How Much Will My Charlottesville Real Estate Taxes Be?

Some Charlottesville home buyers are relocating from areas where real estate taxes are very high while others are coming to the Charlottesville Albemarle County area from localities where real estate taxes are relatively low. The good news is that the real estate tax rates for the counties of Central Virginia (including Albemarle, Nelson, Orange, Fluvanna, […]