Team Member Since 2020
Buying or selling a home is, for most, a monumental event. My role as your professional real estate agent is one with many facets. I am here to assure you are always informed, navigate the transaction process smoothly, address expected and…Read More
I grew up in the Mountain State of West Virginia, and have always been drawn to the mountains. My wife, Amanda, and I moved to Asheville in early 2013, and desire to make the area our “forever home.” We are attracted to the spirit of the…Read More
How do I know how fast is fast?
With the current demands on residential internet, finding a home with high-speed internet has moved from a luxury to a necessity. With the home now serving workplace and educational needs, future-proofing a home’s bandwidth is a priority. Internet download speeds of 100 Mbps or higher are considered fast because they can handle multiple online activities for multiple users at once. Per the FCC, a broadband connection has a minimum download speed of 25 Mbps and a minimum upload speed of 3 Mbps. Cable and fiber-optic services are your best bet for fast internet speeds. Fiber-optic internet is less vulnerable than cable to slower speeds during peak usage times. If internet speed is important to you, be sure to ask for help. I can determine the internet services available in an area.
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