Team Member Since 2012
Our initial foray into Real Estate was as investors, buying single-family properties, overseeing cosmetic remodeling and landscaping work, and selling those houses at a profit. Karen then took the opportunity to become a licensed mortgage…Read More
The Asheville area is now my home, and I couldn't be happier, but it took a few stops to finally get here. I was born in Canton, Ohio -- and attended high school in Culver, Indiana. From there I turned south, attending Van…Read More
What is the “typical” home buyers are purchasing?
Each year, the National Association of Realtors® reports its insights into the characteristics of the homes purchased across the United States the previous year. Last year, 83% of the homes purchased were detached single family homes. There was only a median of 12 miles between the homes that recent buyers purchased and the homes that they moved from. Heating and cooling costs were the most important environmental features for recent buyers, with 84% finding these features at least somewhat important. For buyers 36 years and younger, commuting costs were more important than heating and cooling costs at 39% and 31% respectively. For buyers 36 years and younger, the expected length of time they plan to remain in the home they purchased was only 10 years, compared to 20 years for buyers 52–61 years.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
$356,400 Original: $375,000
103 Woodhaven Drive #19