Melissa Houston

Residential Broker Associate
LSE

Beverly-Hanks, REALTORS®

Biltmore Park

Email: [email protected]
Cell: (423) 488-4315 Office: (828) 684-8999

Melissa Houston

Residential Broker Associate
LSE

Beverly-Hanks, REALTORS®

Biltmore Park

Email: [email protected]
Cell: (423) 488-4315 Office: (828) 684-8999

Team Member Since 2021

Experience

There is so much to love about these beautiful mountains and vibrant communities of Western North Carolina. After visiting Asheville and Black Mountain in 2013, my husband Matthew and I had our first discussions…Read More

About Me

I grew up near Chattanooga, Tennessee with three older siblings and an identical twin. I have always loved travel, poetry and languages, history, and of course literature and art. I have degrees in both literature and fine art from…Read More

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How has remote work and mobility impacted our real estate markets in WNC?

According to the Counselors of Real Estate, the pandemic universally caused a movement away from urban cores. This trend is particularly true for those with higher incomes who could afford to move. This newfound geographic flexibility is one reason why Western North Carolina’s luxury housing market is up 267%. Most people moving from urban areas remained within their original region (84%). The overwhelming majority of home buyers continue to be local to North Carolina or the states immediately adjacent. With the added mobility remote work offers, people are moving to areas with a proven high quality of life or to more affordable regions where they can buy more home for their money.

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Accolades

  • APCA Leadership Award

Service Areas & Specialties

Community Organizations

  • National Assoc. of Realtors
  • Asheville Board of Realtors

 

Interests

  • Visual Arts
  • Painting/Drawing
  • Dance
  • Cooking/Dining
  • Dog/Cat Lover
  • Fitness
  • Reading/Writing
  • Music
  • Gardening
  • Hiking and Camping
  • Running
  • Travel

Education

University of Georgia

Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design