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The One South Realty Group, formed in January of 2008, is an independent brokerage located in Richmond's Fan District and we see the world a little bit differently. We have both sought out and adopted the most progressive sales and marketing practices from many different industries to help us better promote our properties and ourselves. From day one, we set out to create a methodology designed to reach our audience quickly, clearly and powerfully.

It has worked well, if you believe the numbers...

While the recent market upheaval has caused many casualties, One South has grown from the 'Original Gang of 5' to one of the premier brokerages in the Metro within a very short time frame. Attracting agents from many companies, large and small, who sought a better way, One South grew into the teeth of a market undergoing fundamental change. By focusing on the techniques that work, we have achieved one of the highest average sales prices in the region all while maintaining one of the shortest marketing times of any brokerage in the Richmond Association of Realtors. Achieving the highest prices in the shortest period of time for our clients is always the goal. Focusing our effort to those two ends, we have demonstrated that real estate is still thoroughly local and quality representation matters.

Featured Projects


Citizen 6 | Floyd Ave

Citizen 6, located along Floyd Avenue, is a unique opportunity for 6 home buyers to own not only a new home in the Fan, but one with a unique and exciting aesthetic which departs sharply from much of the neighborhood’s perceived architectural style.  


Ginter Place Condos

In early 2012, we were approached by the developers of Ginter Place to discuss taking the lead role in the project’s sales.  Of the 70 units, 15 had sold in the first 4 years of marketing the property.  Ginter Place was in danger of becoming a failed condominium project with a conversion to apartments. [ […]

From the Blog


The New Glossary // Real Estate Terms for Today

In the post-bubble Google-dominated world of real estate brokerage, the terms used have changed.  These days terms such as 'AVM Opt-Out' and 'Organic Search Results' now are as important as 'Contingent Contract' and 'Enhanced Title.'  Below are some of the new terms that need to be … [Read More...]

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Branding 101 // Why Do You Matter???

Who are you? What do you do? WHY DOES IT MATTER??? If you keep those three things in mind (especially the latter) when you undertake any marketing effort, then odds are, you will create something that is effective. At One South, we believe that your message should be consistent, … [Read More...]

Some of Our Sales


The Reserve Unit 3 | Downtown

The Reserve project, located along 25th Street and E Franklin in the Church Hill, Shockoe Bottom and Tobacco Row area of Downtown, was a interesting project in that it combined both historic warehouse renovation with ground up, new construction. The warehouse component of the project was 9 unique units filled with the character and texture […]


2813 Live Oak Lane | Oak Park

Builder Jon Rasich of Bellevue Homes is known within the Richmond community as building homes that perform.  Using the best materials and most advanced techniques while taking advantage of lot orientation and other natural features, Jon’s homes are built to a standard unique in the industry. Jon selected One South to represent him in the […]


424 Dellbrooks Place | Riverlake Colony

Deal Facts One South Represented the Purchaser Resale Located just off River Road in Riverlake Colony, this home blended elements of the ‘Transitional’ style adopted by the home builders in the early 1990′s with the Colonial styles of the prior period. Riverlake Colony, developed in the 1990′s, was one of the first new development of […]


“The Cube” 1910 Texas Avenue | Maymont

Built in the late 1980s by a renown local architect, The Cube overlooks the James River between Maymont Park and Hollywood Cemetery.  The name comes from the fact that the main room is a perfect cube of 19 x 19 x 19.  The home is unique to Richmond in that it represented a sharp departure […]