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Read & Share the Latest Edition of The Housing Interpreter – Digital Magazine

By on September 26, 2014

The latest edition of The Housing Interpreter is now available at  Both The Housing Interpreter and provide a wealth of information about buying and selling homes, the value of using a REALTOR®, and housing related news and stories from around the Richmond region.

In this issue, readers will learn about which trees to plant around the home, when it is best to plant and other do’s and don’ts of planting; how homeowners can stay connected to their home with the latest technology for security, climate control, and entertainment; a sneak peak at Chesterfield County’s plan for a cultural arts center; and much more.

The Housing Interpreter can be downloaded or shared via social media and email.  Those who wish to embed the publication on a blog or website may do so as well.  Look for the latest issue on, where REALTORS® are the Resource for Central Virginia home buyers and sellers.


New Home Search App Launched by the Central Virginia Regional MLS

By on June 19, 2013

Central Virginia Regional Multiple Listing Service is proud to announce the launch of the RVA Homes app. RVA Homes provides the most accurate, on-the-go access for REALTORS® and consumers to search homes, explore real-time listing details, view photos, conduct location-based


Central Virginia REALTORS® Help Clear the Clutter for a Cause

By on September 10, 2014

Each year, the Central Virginia Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) Chapter, (a non-profit organization recognizing REALTORS® for their professional accomplishments in both experience and education), selects a local charity to get involved with and support. This year, they have teamed up

Local REALTOR® Scott McClaine Helps People Make Lifelong Changes

By on August 13, 2014

By Kate Loveluck Richmond Association of REALTORS® For most of us, home ownership is something we appreciate more in our adult lives, when we have the maturity and life experience necessary to fully grasp the concept.  For Scott McClaine, Owner

Governor McAuliffe Announces Television Pilot to Be Filmed in Central Virginia

By on August 4, 2014

By Bethany Cleveland Richmond Association of REALTORS® The governor recently announced that Central Virginia will be the location for the pilot of a new television series by Amazon Prime.  In his press release, Governor McAuliffe reminds us that “the Commonwealth

Second Quarter Housing Market Report: A Strong Foundation for Continued Stability and Moderate Growth

By on July 18, 2014

by Kate Loveluck Richmond Association of REALTORS® Richmond, Va. – According to a second quarter 2014 housing market report just released by the Central Virginia Regional MLS, sales and pending sales remained relatively flat in the Central Virginia Region as a

Law Addresses First-time Homebuyer Hurdle

By on July 5, 2014

A new law took effect which makes it easier for Virginians to save for their first homes. The Virginia Association of REALTORS®’ 2014 signature legislation, First-time Homebuyer Savings Plans HB331, helps Virginians prepare for homeownership, reminds them how important it is,

Local Realtor John Daylor Named Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Virginia Chapter “Man of the Year”

By on June 30, 2014

When local Realtor John Daylor’s friend Bill Torney nominated him for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s “Man & Woman of the Year” competition, he knew he had his work cut out for him. The Man & Woman of the Year

Get the Latest Trends – The Housing Interpreter June 2014

By on June 13, 2014

The latest issue of The Housing Interpreter is now available.  This edition highlights how Richmond is cultivating the city through fresh produce, volunteer opportunities, better housing, home builds, bike paths, and more; and how these efforts have placed Richmond in

The Top Five 2014 Home Projects That Yield High Returns

By on June 6, 2014

Good news for those considering a home remodeling project this year: every one of the 35 popular remodeling projects cited each year by Remodeling Magazine has seen the cost versus value ratio climb between 2013 and 2014, according to the

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When Touring Open Houses, Be Sure to Screen the Host

By on May 27, 2014

Touring new home models can be a fun and enlightening experience— an excellent way to discover preferences in terms of floor plans and view the latest trends in home building. Often, when open houses are held in model homes, a