We are very pleased to announce that we have added a fantastic new agent to The Harrisonburg Homes Team! Matt Ogden is an energetic, charismatic, and intelligent guy with lots of professional experience and strong ties to the area. Needless to say, we're thrilled to have him on board and we want you to get to know him as well - read on to learn a little bit more about Matt.
We love our downtown and we love the work that Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance has done to make Harrisonburg a vibrant, unique, and developing place. Every year HDR throws a big party (aka Renaissance Night) to raise funds and celebrate downtown. We think this is a great event and we're passionate about supporting the downtown we love - so, this year The Harrisonburg Homes Team is the main sponsor of Renaissance Night. We're going to the event and we think you should too! We'll give you 6 reasons why you should clear your evening on Saturday, May 21st and attend Renaissance Night.
With four months of 2016 in the books, the Harrisonburg and Rockingham County real estate market is speeding along nicely. The spring market is a seriously busy time. So far this year, we've seen plenty of new listings hit the market, and more times than not, they go under contract within a month or two. Buyers are excited and active, and sellers are closing quickly and for top dollar! Check out our Market Report Infographic for all the details.
On April 26, 2016, around 100 people gathered on the Court House lawn to witness the unearthing of a 50-year-old piece of history. The group of onlookers gathered around the stairs of the Court House as the time capsule was opened. Here's a recap of what was found inside, with photos from the event!
Your walls comprise a large portion of your home. Think of them as a giant blank canvas on which you get to decorate. We’ve compiled 15 fabulous ideas to help jump-start your creative juices for decorating vertically + tips for actually getting it done.
The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce is celebrating its 100th anniversary on April 26th. To commemorate their century of service to the community, a little piece of history will be revealed on the Court House Lawn at 2:15pm. A time capsule that was buried in 1966 will be dug up and its contents rediscovered. We know that there is a lengthy list of items in the time capsule, but no one knows exactly what's inside... five decades has a way of erasing such memories.