A local developer plans to add a new batch of single-family homes to the East End, targeting first-time buyers with prices below $150,000.
Residential Real Estate
Working on a rare piece of undeveloped land within the city, a developer is beginning site work on the first batch of townhomes set to rise in Forest Hill.
The convicted developer’s grand West End home – now a massive eyesore condemned by the city – is once again scheduled for auction as its owner serves his 16-year sentence.
A recent agreement between a local real estate association and a national listing company helped prevent Richmond-area brokers and agents from seeing their properties go dark on at least two popular websites.
The key witness in the McDonnell trial and founder of a dietary supplement company has put his 14,000-square-foot Goochland home on the market with a nearly $5 million price tag.
A newly built and highly customized town house with views of the James River capped last month’s local home sales at nearly $1.9 million. And coming up shortly behind it was a behemoth River Road home with a large unfinished basement.
The owners of a home in Powhatan filed for bankruptcy last week, stalling the foreclosure of their 12-acre property. The riverfront home and a larger tract of land around it have been on the market for more than a year, and this isn’t the first time it has been on the auction block.
A stretch of modern homes that stand out among the historic rowhouses that surround it in the Fan closed its final sale this week.
A condo development on Lombardy Street stalled by the recession is back on the table following a $2.3 million sale of the property.
A 300-home expansion of an existing subdivision in Henrico County has continued to get pushed back by the developer as it addresses concerns from the Planning Commission and nearby residents.