Biltmore Park Offers Asheville’s Largest Area of Mixed-Use Space outside of Downtown

Biltmore Park is a master planned community in South Asheville, designed with a new urban concept. The 750 acres of mixed-use commercial and residential real estate mix the charm of neighborhoods of years past with the amenities of a modern community. Anchored by 120 rental apartments, 156 condominiums and townhomes, and nearby affluent communities (Biltmore […]

Biltmore Park by the Numbers

Biltmore Park is the largest mixed-use community in Asheville outside of downtown. The modern 42-acre Town Square was designed a decade ago with an innovative urban concept to serve one of the fastest growing areas of town with walkable residential, commercial, and office space. Anchored by 120 rental apartments, 156 condominiums and townhomes, and nearby […]

Commercial Real Estate Update

Brewery To Begin Pouring Soon Repurposing of former stockyards and auction house industrial sites is almost complete. New Belgium Brewing will be making beer in about six weeks at its West Asheville/River Arts District brewery. The Asheville Citizen-Times, Tony Kiss, reported that New Belgium will open its Liquid Center tasting room in February 2016, with tours […]

Ultimate Neighborhood Give Back Challenge Celebrates Day of Service in Waynesville

Home improvement expert Ty Pennington arrived in Waynesville, NC to celebrate the first annual Ultimate Neighborhood Give Back Challenge, a nationwide search for people and organizations who are leading projects that make meaningful impacts in their communities. For winning the contest, Haywood Pathways Center received $50,000 plus Pennington’s help for a day at the project […]

Asheville Citizen-Times interviews Neal Hanks

This past week the Asheville Citizen-Times interviewed Neal Hanks, President of Beverly-Hanks & Associates, Realtors on trends occurring to homes for sale in the greater Asheville, Hendrsonville, and Waynesville areas. Neal spoke with reporter Dale Neal from the beautiful Rose Hill community located in Leicester, North Carolina. Watch The Interview While speaking with Dale, Neal […]

Kitchens Sell Houses

by Carla Hill It’s a tool used by house flippers all across the nation. Stagers know its power. Real estate agents push its importance. What is this not-so-well-kept secret of real estate? A kitchen can sell a house. A kitchen is the heart of a home. This is true all across the globe. The old […]

Real Estate Info. Now Available On Your Cell Phone!

Imagine this: you’re driving around and see a for-sale sign. Pulling over to the curb, you open your cell phone. Seconds later, all of the information about that property and several others is right at your fingertips. With BHINFO, you can search real estate listings in a flash, right from your cell phone. Find information […]

Real Estate Minute: Neal Hanks

Apples and Oranges February 14, 2011 The headline of Sunday’s mountains section of the Asheville Citizen-Times newspaper reads “Slow Start for Home Sales.” The article outlines a decrease in unit sales as compared to January of 2010. While statistically accurate, important information is missing from the article. This time last year the market was being […]

For second year, Asheville rated top arts destination

Excerpted from: Asheville Citizen-Times Staff Reports, April 17, 2009. Exciting, reliable, budget-friendly locales captured readers’ hearts and votes as cities nationwide vied for top ranking in AmericanStyle magazine’s 12th annual Top 25 Arts Destinations poll.   For the second year, Asheville, with a storied crafts legacy dating to the turn of the century, held the […]