2017 Labor Day Events in Asheville and WNC

The best part of a long Labor Day weekend is not laboring over anything—except maybe getting that old grill going. Labor Day marks the unofficial end to the summer season, and your last significant respite before after-school activities crank up, tourists rush in to see our beautiful fall colors, and (gasp!—already?) end-of-year holiday plans begin […]

2017 July 4th Events in Asheville and across WNC

Get out the face paint and fly those flags this Fourth of July weekend! If you’re keen to venture away from the home grill this year, there are many great fireworks shows across the region. Last year, our agents weighed in on their favorite fireworks locations to help you narrow down your choices. But don’t […]

Find Asheville’s Hidden Gems at Roberto Coin

Strolling the beautiful stretch of architecture that is the Grove Arcade in downtown Asheville, what also catches your eye is the array of fine dining and one-of-a-kind shops that immediately fills you with surprise and curiosity. And as you wander down Page Avenue, you stop in your tracks. In a nearby storefront, a display case […]

White Labs Slated to Begin Production in January

Production is slated to begin in January 2017 at White Labs on 172 South Charlotte Street, and locals are excited. The international yeast producer and beverage consultant announced their expansion to the Asheville area in January 2015. Since then, homebrewers, professional craft brewers, and beer drinkers alike have kept a thirsty eye on the renovations […]

Agents Answer: Where is the Best Place to See Original WNC Art?

Western North Carolina has a long and rich history of various arts and crafts. From traditional Cherokee rivercane baskets, made for thousands of years, to innovative multimedia art from the area’s newest residents, there is an overwhelming amount of art to experience. If you’re not sure where to start your journey of discovery, our Beverly-Hanks […]

HOME OF THE WEEK

WELCOME TO 26 FULTON STREET, ASHEVILLE Charm and style describe this Arts-n-Crafts bungalow just a short stroll from downtown Asheville. Original details such as high ceilings, original hardwoods, and wood-burning fireplace evoke the charm of days past. Modern updates with a new kitchen and period style bath make this charmer current. Add an awesome yard […]

Western NC: A Center of Innovation

On Monday, business leaders from across North Carolina met for the AdvantageWest Economic Summit in downtown Asheville. The topic of the evening was “The Western North Carolina Innovation Ecosystem: What’s Missing?” Our region is known as a center for creativity and is becoming better known still as a center of innovation. Mark Erwin, the head […]

Brokers Starting To Embrace Property and Lifestyle Video

Beverly-Hanks & Associates, Realtors featured In National Photography/Videography Blog Photography For Real Estate Tips and Techniques for Real Estate Photography Larry Lohrman Heath Cowart who works in Western North Carolina sent me this example of a life style video project that he recently did for Beverly Hanks and Associates, a large broker in his area. Notice that the […]

Live The Life You Choose (urban): Downtown and Montford

Live the Life You Choose, Urban Style “I like to think of downtown Asheville as an urban village,” says Harli Palme, who lives in Montford with her husband Kevin and their two young children. “I love to walk around downtown and Montford and view the architecture and the skyline, and to see people I know […]

Downtown Condo Market Update

While many market segments continue to struggle with excessive inventory, the downtown condominium market has bucked the trend. There is no question the uniqueness and overall desirability of Asheville has buoyed sales pace and values. There are currently 38 active units on the market right in downtown Asheville.  Overall, the market remained healthy this year, […]