Team Member Since 2016
I began my professional life as a teacher and did this for fifteen years. I loved teaching, but decided to expand my paycheck and my life by opening my own daycare center. Altogether, I worked with children for twenty five years and enjoyed…Read More
I am actually a Henderson County native. My family has lived here for generations, and has also grown apples here for generations.
I have three children, my daughter and twin sons. I also have three grandchildren, my granddaughter…Read More
How can I make the most of the shortage of homes for sale in places like Asheville and Hendersonville?
It’s a good time to be a home seller in Western North Carolina—especially if you’re selling in the right price ranges! Sellers with homes at the cusp of demand can use market forces unseen in more than a decade to realize your home buying dreams. Blossoming home equity, low interest rates, and a healthy selection of attractively priced homes in surrounding communities mean you have a rare opportunity to sell high in your neighborhood and buy low if you’re willing to live a little farther from Asheville and Hendersonville city centers. Improvements to I-26, school desirability, and the imbalance between supply and demand is creating opportunities for savvy people to buy larger homes, acreage for homesteading, or that big mountain view in the surrounding counties.
Mars Hill College
000 St Paul Road
$235,000 Original: $250,000
2957 Old Clear Creek Road
$197,000 Original: $212,000
105 Creekwalk Lane #105