Team Member Since 2015
I was born in South Africa, but was raised mostly in North Carolina. I graduated from North Buncombe High School in 2010, and from there I attended Duke University. At Duke I explored my family's heritage and culture by majoring in German…Read More
Are open houses worth the hassle?
The higher a home’s exposure, the greater the interest. More interest often leads to a higher sales price and a quicker sale. Exposing listings to the widest possible audience is an essential strategy when serving my sellers. And while it is uncommon to sell a home at an open house, they provide an excellent opportunity to increase the home’s exposure online and in local newspapers. According to industry research, one in two buyers visited an open house before buying. Even being an advocate for open houses, there are times when they’re not an appropriate choice. If your home is remote, you are unable to leave, or you're in need of high levels of privacy, we'll opt for other marketing strategies. Check out all the homes we have open this weekend.
Paul was great to work with, very timely with communication, responded promptly to any questions we had. He made the buying process very easy, we will call him next time we need a realtor!
Becky, Ardenverified Real Satisfied Logo
$560,000 Original: $775,000
301 Piney Knoll Lane
$375,000 Original: $398,000
87 Silent Forest Drive