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Single family home sales over the past 5 years

From @jtknopf:

Evolution of single-fam home sales in Church Hill for last 5 years. Median price up 30%, total volume sold up from 73 (2012) to 289 (2016).

Knopf notes that his analysis is preliminary. Data via Transfer and Market Sales Reports.

Puts some nice mappy detail to what feels different about Union Hill and Oakwood/Chimborazo, for sure.


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J 03/03/2017 at 4:02 PM

Ugh. Why have people been building new homes and offices instead of parking lots. Don’t they know that raises property value?

I see places like Sub Rosa bakery and Roosevelt going up. Instead we could demolish those buildings and have perfectly good places to park.

I’m so sick of these people moving into my neighborhood and adding thinks like “traffic circles” which are almost impossible to properly navigate when going 45mph. When I decide I want 5 big macs, I should be able to drive there and park immediately!

This map shows everything that is wrong with Church Hill. More people need to move away and we can have more parking lots and my rent can be cheaper.

BAF 03/03/2017 at 4:40 PM

I built a parking lot of sorts. I built a two-car garage behind my house when I moved to Church Hill. Problem solved.

A percentage of people prefer the convenience of being able to drive where they want when they want. This obsession some have of trying to change the behavior of others to mimic their arbitrary ideals, when others have different needs, is tiresome.

And yes, should I want five Big Macs (or in my case 10 McNuggets with sweet and sour sauce, a large fry and a Diet Coke) I should be able to drive there and park immediately–or even use the drive-thru.

J 03/03/2017 at 6:21 PM

BAF, I completely agree!

I hate when people try to force their ideals on me by not letting me force them to build parking lots.


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