Agents Answer: Where’s the Best Place to Stay Fit in WNC?

At Beverly-Hanks, our goal is always to help our clients Live the Life You Choose. This time of year, that means helping you keep your New Year’s resolutions! If your resolution is to purchase or sell a home in 2017, you know we’re always here for you. But chances are, at least a third of… Read more »

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) wants to qualify more low- to moderate-income buyers for homeownership in 2017. As of January 27, FHA mortgage insurance premiums will drop from 0.85% per year to 0.60%. FHA mortgage products were created to provide homeownership opportunities to creditworthy borrowers who are overlooked by banks and other conventional lenders. This… Read more »

WLOS Home of the Week: 99 Bear Woods Trail

Welcome to 99 Bear Woods Trail, Asheville Don’t miss this unique opportunity to own 100+ acres bordering the Blue Ridge Parkway! This beautifully crafted and perfectly sited post-and-beam home offers luxury with a distinct mountain twist. Interior features include cathedral ceilings, a commanding stone fireplace, a formal dining room, fully finished basement, and radiant heat… Read more »

Sales pace graph for homes in WNC, EOY 2016.

Beverly-Hanks President Neal Hanks, Jr. has delivered the 2016 End-of-Year Market Report. Watch the video below for his short report, or continue reading for a summation. When highlighting our regional real estate markets, we consider several metrics: sales pace, home prices, the supply of homes for sale, and the availability of financing. Here’s how the… Read more »

Meet Darcy Wilson-Varney and Donette Moore, the agents for this week's WLOS Home of the Week.

Darcy Wilson-Varney and Donette Moore give clients the very best in the business. Team D&D are consistent team leaders and multi-million-dollar producers. Learn more about each dynamic “D” below. Meet Donette Moore Buying and selling real estate involves some of the biggest decisions you will ever make. Donette Moore utilizes her many talents to assist… Read more »

The Grove Park Historic District is a Living Nod to Asheville’s History

The inviting Grove Park neighborhood, just northeast of downtown, is considered to be one of the finest residential locations in Asheville. “We moved to this beautiful part of Asheville seven years ago. We love historic urban neighborhoods, and this was just perfect for us,” says Suzanne Escovitz, a Grove Park neighborhood resident. Grove Park was… Read more »