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We are believers in sharing our knowledge — whether about a new project, a oft-used technique or just about the condition of the market in general.

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Development Projects

We love development A large part of our practice comes from representing builders and developers in their new build or renovation projects. Whether a multi-unit repurposing of an existing building, a ‘ground-up’ townhome project or ...
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11.11.22 – Jazz Happy Hour at the Historic Ellen Glasgow House

You are invited to attend reRVA Jazz Happy Hour Ellen Glasgow House  |  Friday, November 11th   |  4-8pm RSVP here join us for a fun-filled jazz evening at the historic Ellen Glasgow House in heart of downtown ...
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RVA Neighborhood Spotlight: Church Hill

Did you know that Church Hill is considered the first and oldest neighborhood in Richmond? The story began when William Byrd II was granted the land by King James. Upon arriving in the area and ...
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Fall Home Maintenance List

Finally, the crisp smell of fall is in the air. The kids are back in school, holiday gatherings are on the horizon, and if you plan to sell your house before the end of the ...
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510 N 31st St

An elegantly modern and recently constructed home in Richmond’s oldest and most historic neighborhood. This home gracefully pays homage to the magnificent older homes and architecture found throughout Church Hill while also providing a very ...
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RVA Neighborhood Spotlight: Scott’s Addition

In its early years, Scott’s Addition was known primarily as a commercial and industrial district. Today, the area has drawn an impressive amount of investment from developers, creatives, restaurateurs, retailers, breweries, and urban dwellers who ...
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Investment Opportunities

Calling all new or experienced real estate investors, home builders and developers! Do you know which property is right for you? How do you turn your properties into community assets and maintain them in tip ...
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RVA Neighborhood Spotlight: Museum District

The Richmond Museum District, formerly referred to as “West of the Boulevard,” is another unique neighborhood built upon its history, architecture and community listed in the National Register of Historic Places. A must-see when visiting ...
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Recap: 2nd Annual Mural Scavenger Hunt & Dunk Tank Fundraiser

We had a blast hosting our 2nd Annual Mural Scavenger Hunt and Dunk Tank Fundraiser. Although we reached record high temperatures on May 21st in the City of Richmond, it didn’t keep us away from ...
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2nd annual mural scavenger hunt + dunk tank fundraiser

After a three-alarm fire destroyed much of one of Richmond’s most beloved elementary schools back in February, we started looking for opportunities to support Fox Elementary and Richmond Public Schools (RPS).We're excited to to host ...
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Lessons From A Successful Condo Conversion – Victory Lofts

Victory Lofts- 15,800 sq ft warehouse building in the Oregon Hill neighborhood originally built in 1890 The Victory Loft Building in Richmond VA is a case study of the successful (and highly profitable) ‘apartment-to-condominium’ conversion ...
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Housing bubble vs. Today

There is a lot of speculation about what is going to happen with the housing market. Surging home prices, slowly increasing interest rates and a very competitive climate have many people believing a housing bubble ...
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