The on-going renovation of the Ice House has been a hot topic around town for quite some time now. With the influx of business tenants signing leases in the past several months, we were having a hard time keeping track of who exactly is occupying the space. So, we figured it was time for an update. Check out who's in the Ice House now:
The past month we have had the privilege of enjoying the artwork of Wendy Lam in our downtown office (home of the Wilson Downtown Gallery). We are excited to have her beautiful, brightly colored oil paintings adorning our walls through the month of April.
Just like any product on the shelves at your local store, a home has features and benefits, pluses and minuses, and there are other products to compete with on that same shelf. To gain an edge in your marketplace, your home must be priced right and look better than the competition. How do you accomplish that?
Harrisonburg and Rockingham County are home to a wealth of outdoor adventures -- bicycling, hiking, annual events that get your heart pumping, boating, golfing, camping, and much more. Our local area has received many accolades for boasting a convenient location to several thrilling attractions and get-aways in the Shenandoah Valley. Here's a guide to get you started on your own outdoor adventures... go on, get outside!
We’ve mentioned before that Harrisonburg is known for food, beer, and biking, but the ‘Burg is also home to a wealth of really awesome local bands, from rock and alternative to blue grass and swing. And why not combine the beer, the food, and the music into one fantastic event...
Last month, we introduced you to our new and improved market reports, and reported on interesting statistics in our local Harrisonburg and Rockingham County real estate market, including rolling 12-month averages for several different data points. Year-to-date, though, January had shown nearly 10% less sales than last year. Add in February when buyers made it to the closing table, and we're now at 11.7% more than last year. The first quarter of the year is usually "moody" and year-to-date stats only incorporate a small data set -- which is why we like to look at rolling 12-month averages.