Archives: March 2009

Cleaning Up Harrisonburg

Saturday, April 11th has been nominated as the day for clean up in Harrisonburg this year. Blacks Run/Downtown Clean Up Day is a time for volunteers to work hard to clean up our city. Last year, volunteers picked up 1.86 tons of trash from Downtown and Blacks Run! So gather...

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Virginia Will Soon Cut Down on Cul-de-Sacs

According to WHSV, Governor Tim Kaine has new policies in place to cut down on cul-de-sacs, starting this July. Why? It will create better “flow” through neighborhoods for emergency vehicles, school buses, and public transportation. It could also be cost effective — snow plows, street sweepers, garbage trucks, etc. wouldn’t...

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What You Get In Harrisonburg for $250,000

Our previous post about “What You Get In Harrisonburg for $500,000” was quite popular, so I thought I’d let you know what you can get for your quarter-million. Seems like a lot of money, but around here, you get a good amount of home and property for your hard earned...

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Visiting Harrisonburg? Find a Place to Stay!

Our real estate team has put in hours of work to provide you with a Relocation Guide full of valuable information for those moving to the Harrisonburg area. So to highlight our Lodging section, here is a list of some great places to stay in Harrisonburg during your next visit:...

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Amazing Facts About Today’s Real Estate Market

New home construction was up 22% in February compared to January of this year. It is the first time housing starts have increased since June 2008, when they rose 11%. (source: US Commerce Department) Nearly one-quarter of first-time buyers are single females who purchased their first home on a median...

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