Team Member Since 2017


As a lifelong believer in quality customer service and building relationships with clients, I gain energy and great satisfaction from helping, communicating, and providing service to others. I am a decisive, action-oriented, and proactive…Read More

About Me

I am outgoing, socially minded, and my friends tell me I can be pretty darn fun. This may be the reason that I am still married to Lee Ann after more than 30 years. Together, we have moved to seven different cities, bought and sold nine homes,…Read More


Family Time!#bh
Family time on the ZIP line at NAVITAT in Asheville. #bh
Spring is on the way to Asheville! Now is the time for buyers and sellers.#bh
Winter 2017 Snow in Asheville#bh
Getting the "beat" at the Drum Circle in downtown Asheville.#bh
My 1st IPA...turned out well! At least that's what all of my friends said!#bh
Looking Northwest from Asheville#bh
Norman is happy to see me#bh


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If I don’t have children, why should I care about a community’s schools?

Even if you don't have school-age children, schools matter to almost everyone. A 2013® survey of nearly 1,000 prospective homebuyers showed that 91% said school boundaries were important in their search. The same study found that half of homebuyers are willing to pay more than their budget, and more than half would give up a bedroom or garage to get into the right school. Homes in better districts tend to enjoy more price stability and sell more quickly than homes in less desirable school districts. At, each home listed for sale is linked to each school's report card as reported by the independent website

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