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Team Member Spotlight | Meet Madison

My name is Madison Young and I am Sasha Tripp’s Listing Partner! Like all of us at Story House, my overall purpose is to take care of our clients always in all ways. Unique to my role, I work with our seller clients specifically between the stages of the initial meeting and when their home goes under contract – doing


Top 4 Interior Design Trends for Fall 2021

Nights are starting to come earlier, the weather is getting chillier, and Halloween is just around the corner. With the autumn season entering full swing, now is the perfect time to consider some fun interior design change-ups to suit the changing of the seasons. As the weather continues to get colder, the atmosphere of the home zone becomes an even


What Do Supply and Demand Tell Us About Today’s Housing Market?

There’s a well-known economic theory – the law of supply and demand – that explains what’s happening with prices in the current real estate market. Put simply, when demand for an item is high, prices rise. When the supply of the item increases, prices fall. Of course, when demand is very high and supply is very low, prices can rise


Downsizing for Seniors

For aging adults, retirement often comes with the difficult decision to stay at home or move to a senior care facility. While living in your own home provides freedom and privacy, there are medical and financial challenges that come with aging that makes it necessary to move. Downsizing is often the best option for seniors who want to cut costs


Meet Chamber Ambassador – Kristin Sorokti!

Recently, The Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce announce our newest Ambassadors. Our very own, Kristin Sorokti is a current ambassador. Sasha Tripp, Story House Real Estate’s Principal Broker and Owner has been an ambassador and is also on the Chamber Board of Directors. Our team continues to support the Chamber however we can! Read what Kristin has to say about


5 Fall Maintenance Tips

It would be amazing if all you needed to prep your home for fall was hang a wreath and light a bunch of pumpkin spice candles. While yes, those are a crucial part of getting ready for the change of seasons, there are more important (and not exactly fun) preparations that come with being a homeowner. Consider this everything you


Handling Hazardous Materials at Home

Many common household products contain chemicals that can cause injury or death if they are not handled, stored, or used properly. Some of the household products that contain hazardous chemicals are oven cleaners, tile cleaners, toilet-bowl cleaners, liquid drain openers, antifreeze, chrome-wheel cleaners, rust removers, gasoline, motor oil, lead paint, turpentine, lacquer thinner, and muriatic acid. These safety precautions can


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