Just down the street from another multimillion-dollar listing, the longtime home of a downtown financial firm’s co-founder has hit the market.
Residential Real Estate
An alternative approach to selling higher-end homes has paid off for the head of a local auction house.
A mansion near the University of Richmond and a Gottwald family home have continued this summer’s trend of big-time residential deals.
A lawsuit against four local former Long & Foster agents has been settled, while a major acquisition by Warren Buffet’s empire is seen as having little visible effect on the firm’s Richmond presence.
A pair of local developers’ bet on an overlooked part of Church Hill is beginning to pay off.
Another $2 million sale – the fourth in two months – has kept Richmond’s high-end home market hot through the summer.
After a year on the market, a 200-year-old reconstructed home near the University of Richmond has changed hands – from one “Greengate-r” to another.
With a homebuilder on board, a neighborhood in the works for more than two years is beginning to take shape in rural Goochland County.
Three months after its local operation faced several departures, a national real estate brokerage is adding a pair of recently high-profile home rehabbers and an executive returning from NoVa.
After trying her hand at a pair of national real estate firms, a second-generation broker is scaling back with the opening of her own, smaller-sized agency.