The A2 project, located in the Fan District near the GRTC Bus Depot Development, will be a collection of 6 3 story town homes with a decidedly different aesthetic. Drawing on modern design principles for inspiration, 510 Architects have created spaces that are clean, simple and effective. Featuring 2 to 3 bedrooms, garages and porches, […]
One South Realty is…
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.
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.
The Tribeca Brownstones have moved on to Phase II. Phase II of the Tribeca Brownstones are being built along Dobson Street near the VCU campus and Hollywood Cemetery. Slightly smaller in scale than Phase I, the beautifully crafted and wonderfully designed collection of 6 homes both compliment and support the elegant brick exteriors of the […]
Along the 2600 Block of Kensington Avenue in Richmond’s Fan District will soon sit a development of 8 new town homes. The project, dubbed Huntt’s Row, will offer decidedly upscale and historically compatible newly constructed homes on one of the Fan’s most walkable blocks. The homes will blend a traditional exterior aesthetic with an interior […]
Located along the James River at the corner of 7th Street and Semmes Avenue, 7 West will be, when complete, one of the most striking and notable developments along Richmond’s waterfront. Slated to be 14 modern townhouses with walls of glass, rooftop decks and garage parking, 7 West is a contemporary urbanite’s dream. Construction is […]
ONLY 3 REMAIN! Our vision for the Carillon project is to create a neighborhood that compliments the historic Marburg house. In terms of architecture, we want to blend in with the existing neighborhood and not stand out. Our homes are based upon many Universal design elements that can appeal to a wide range of clients […]
Coming soon to Richmond’s Tobacco Row! Announcing One Shiplock – a contemporary luxury condominium tower along Richmond’s Historic Tobacco Row. Visit OneShiplock.com for more information about floor plans, finishes and standard features. If you’d like more information, just register below:
From the Blog
Rules of Thumb. Back-of-the-napkin math. Smell tests. Gut feelings. Field tests. These are all terms we have heard used to describe 'quick and dirty' analysis. In real estate, it is always the goal to find the best opportunity in the market and by understanding some basic 'rules,' you can … [Read More...]
When the question 'does size matter?' is uttered, many things come to mind (and yes, you may snicker now if you wish.) I think that most of us would argue, in most cases, an organization's size and performance are related. On some level...whether in business, athletics, academics ... being of a … [Read More...]
The MLS (Multiple Listing Service) is the database Realtors use to find properties. We us it to find properties currently for sale or may have already sold. We use it to see which were pulled from the market (or never sold) as well as about any tiny fact you you can imagine about a home. [ You … [Read More...]
I really don't like the statement. As a Realtor, I hear it all the time. When out with clients looking at homes, eventually someone will see a cracking drywall seam, frayed piece of vinyl or fogged window, sigh wistfully, and say 'you know ... they just don't build 'em like they used to.' In … [Read More...]