Lease Purchase Agreements 

In today’s challenging real estate market, sellers may be forced to relocate before their home is sold and leave an empty house behind. Not only is this a financial burden, but empty homes are more difficult to sell and while finding a tenant is an option, this solution may cause problems if the renter does […]

Life in a College Town

Life in a College Town

When retiree Sharon Baiocco and just-getting-started Amber Ward moved to Charlottesville, the University of Virginia was a factor in both their choices. Baiocco, a former dean at a university in another state, and her sports-loving high-school-teacher husband, John, knew they wanted to be on the East Coast near their children in Richmond and New Jersey. […]

News & Views 1.19.2012

News & Views 1.19.2012

PCA Announces “ARTS INSPIRE” Call For Submissions Piedmont Council for the Arts (PCA) seeks proposals from Charlottesville-area artists interested in receiving a $500 stipend to lead a hands-on arts workshop with under-served youth. Workshops can involve any arts genre(s), including visual art, music, theatre, dance, film, and/or literary arts.    Selected artists will be paired […]