Team Member Since 2016
Let me be your Real Estate Artist. Paint me your picture and let’s find it together!
My appetite for real estate stems from a history in advertising for a local Asheville alternative newspaper, as well as collegiate studies in photography, d…Read More
Nichole was raised in Central Pennsylvania and grew up in love with the arts and with a heart for outdoor adventure. As a student at Pennsylvania State University, Nichole focused her sites through a camera lens, learning the great histories…Read More
Is the first offer always the best offer?
It depends... It depends on the whether a neighborhood is in demand, whether the clock is ticking, and if there are other contingencies. If it depends, then why is the "first offer" tenet trumpeted loudly by well-meaning agents? Today, home buyers learn of new listings almost immediately through online alerts. Timing is everything in real estate. Experienced agents know that the combination of alerts and low supply drives the sense of scarcity to peak during the first weeks a home is on the market. Demand fades as the weeks pass, and with less demand, offers become less exciting for sellers.
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