Countryside HomeCrafters, LC
There are several areas around town that could be a possibility for you. It really depends on the price range --also the type of tenants you might be looking for. If you are thinking UVA Students ---then you would want to get as close to UVA as possible. Also depending if you want under grads or grads that also changes the mix a little bit. If you are thinking renting to a couple, family etc then you can consider in the city or also in the county. Do you have an advocate working for you in Charlottesville? If not, I have been a Realtor since 1980 and am very familiar with the market.
Nest Realty Group
126 Garrett Street, Suite E
Charlottesville VA 22902
Earned Designations: Associate Broker, CRS, ABR, GRI, SRES, SFR
Licensed to sell Real Estate in Virginia I have been a Realtor here in the Charlottesville Area since 1980 and am very familiar with the market.
It depends on how much you want to spend, and if you want a townhome, single family residence or farm like situation.... For example, a variety of properties are available at the moment for a great price close to downtown.... You have to be prepared to jump in when they come on the market...
There is on site property management and there is not a single vacant 2br unit currently available. They stay rented at $1100/month. And your purchase price will be well below 100K. Property taxes already paid in full through 2013.
You would also already have a tenant in place upon closing while we rent it back from you and take our time finding the perfect home here in cville! This is phenomenal opportunity for whoever snatches it up. Any interested parties can call me for even more information at 434-987-9010.
Yes, definitely. Interest rates are low and it's a buyers market, but this won't last. I would look for properties in close proximity to the University of Virginia or Martha Jefferson Hospital. There are several townhomes or condominiums available and may offer easier maintenance than a single family home. I would be happy to help you with your search. Please feel free to contact me any time.
how much I can rent for a $200,000 house in the city of Charlottesville, north eastern Albemarle and eastern Greene County areas?
Also, where can I find the housing price trend in these areas?
Because you are so far away, you would be well advised to consider using a property manage too.
Then you can start your search here:
Best of luck
I would suggest looking at the north eastern Albemarle and eastern Greene County areas. We has seen an increased need for rentals there due to the expansion of both the DIA and NGIC. Although most of our rentals are still based roughly on the school year calendar, we have seen that change a bit over the past two years. Depending on the type of property which you would like to purchase, you can also consider buying and marketing to either students or UVa Hospital employees if you want to focus on the city of Charlottesville. Please feel free to contact me if you would like more information.