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Local Real Estate News
    Local Real Estate News
  • Authorities: Multiple reports of bomb threats across Hampton Roads
    Thursday, December 13, 2018, 2:08 PM
    Battalion Chief Harry Worley with Norfolk Fire-Rescue says a bomb threat was called into the World Trade Center in downtown Norfolk as well as the Chrysler Museum of Art. Crews have responded to both locations and are closing streets.
  • People Changes for week of Dec. 17
    Wednesday, December 12, 2018, 8:50 AM
    Previously: Supervisor at Tortuga's Cafe ∓mp;mp;mp; Tiki Bar and Ultra Craft Cocktail Lounge at the Oceanaire Resort Hotel in Virginia Beach Specialties: Property management, including affordable property compliance oversight; Certified Apartment Manager with the National Apartment Association; licensed real estate agent in Virginia and South Carolina This year's reports examine eight areas of interest in the Hampton Roads real estate markets, economic trends, office, industrial, retail, multifamily, investment properties, residential, and market sentiment.
  • Credit union opens new Hampton Roads location
    Monday, December 03, 2018, 5:20 PM
    Newport News-based Langley Federal Credit Union opened in September a branch at 4625 Virginia Beach Blvd, Suite 197, in Town Center in Virginia Beach. Langley Federal has a lease on the 4,700-square-foot space, according to Fred Hagerman, the credit union's senior vice president and chief marketing officer.
  • Public Records for week of Nov. 26
    Tuesday, November 20, 2018, 12:21 AM
    Divaris Real Estate reports Dunkin Donuts purchased a 3,412-square-foot commercial building on .916 acres of land at 5284 Providence Road in Virginia Beach from Wells Fargo Bank for $1,025,000. The franchisee will renovate the existing building that was formerly used as a bank branch.
  • Mortgage borrower credit scores take nearly a year to recover
    Thursday, November 01, 2018, 4:59 AM
    Mortgage borrower credit scores hit their low points more than five months after making a home purchase, but lender reporting cycles also cause these results to vary, according to a LendingTree study. While consumer scores typically recover, they drop an average of 15 points and take about 160 days to hit lows.
  • Thanks, Amazon: Northern Virginia home sales rocket 90% in November
    Yesterday, Friday, December 14, 2018, 22 hours ago
    The number of contracts signed between Northern Virginia home buyers and sellers surged 90% in November compared to last year, just after Amazon.com Inc. In November, 1,046 such contracts were signed, compared to 533 in November 2018, the Northern Virginia Association of Realtors said Friday. Pending sales - those that have entered into contract, cleared all contingencies, and are ready to proceed to close - were up 11.5%.
  • Flood Insurance Roundtable Brings Key Public, Private Partners...
    Tuesday, December 04, 2018, 9:56 PM
    FEMA, the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation , the Virginia Department of Emergency Management , the Virginia State Corporation Commission , and the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission planned and coordinated the roundtable to bring together key stakeholders to discuss insurance. This meeting includes local, state, federal, and private sector partners, including Virginia state agency partners, floodplain managers, emergency managers, realtors, lenders, and insurance agents from across the Commonwealth to engage in a critical discussion on increasing flood insurance coverage in Virginia and reducing flood risk.
  • Haner: Best tax reform idea? Raise the standard deduction
    Sunday, December 02, 2018, 11:27 PM
    Steve Haner Haner is a former staff writer for The Roanoke Times and former lobbyist, is Senior Fellow for State and Local Tax Policy for the Thomas Jefferson Institute.
  • Alexandria leaders say Amazon wona t quash affordable housing new
    Monday, November 26, 2018, 4:11 AM
    Alexandria officials are confident housing prices and rental rates won't become unbearable when Amazon sets up shop in Crystal City - even with skyrocketing rent in Seattle, where the online retailer has deep roots. "People have looked at Seattle and said that's what's going to happen in Northern Virginia, but we're a different environment," said Alexandria City Manager Mark Jinks at a Nov. 19 informational session about Amazon's plans for Crystal City, and Virginia Tech's plans to establish an innovation campus nearby in the Potomac Yard section of Alexandria.
  • Morning Notes
    Tuesday, November 20, 2018, 10:24 AM
    Activists Speak Out Against Amazon - "Activists who believe the fix is in and the Arlington government already has rolled over for Amazon used what limited opportunities they had at the Nov. 17 County Board meeting to demand more accountability and transparency from elected officials The confrontational stance taken Saturday by a coalition of left-leaning groups on the issue ended the five-day high Arlington officials had been on since" the Amazon HQ2 announcement last week.

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