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
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 realtor.com® 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 beverly-hanks.com, each home listed for sale is linked to each school's report card as reported by the independent website education.com.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
$356,400 Original: $375,000
103 Woodhaven Drive #19