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I am an architect with 50 years’ experience in guiding my clients toward their wants and needs and converting those into the reality of their dream home. I was licensed in real estate in 2001 and joined Beverly-Hanks to further my lifetime c…Read More
As an architect, I am passionate about the preservation of historic homes, buildings, and properties. I have been very active in this area since the early 1970s and am currently involved in several Hendersonville area associations that specialize…Read More
Is the winter really a good time to sell a house?
Selling a home during winter is both a blessing and a curse. Fewer homes for sale means less competition, but less competition also means fewer showings. Here’s the good news: the buyers who are active tend to be more motivated and you’ll have to deal with fewer showings. There’s no question that homes rarely show as well in the winter as the spring and summer. But, if your home is well lighted inside and out and features cozy rooms, you’ll blast to the top of a buyer’s list. A lit fireplace on a cold day creates a cozy atmosphere that is hard to beat. Use extra lighting and warm rooms to slow your prospective buyers down and appreciate everything your home has to offer. Get my 16 other home staging tips by emailing me and asking for my Home Seller Tips.
Graduate Study-University of Madrid
Washington University School of Architecture in St. Louis, Mo
8 Brushwood Road