Outstanding Relationships are at the Heart of our Commercial Division

Businesses are only as good as the people at the heart of the enterprise. In the case of commercial real estate, the importance of talented and dedicated people rises exponentially. That’s why at NAI Beverly-Hanks, we take great strides to develop, inspire, and retain the top talent in the business. Commercial real estate (CRE) in […]

What is the True Cost of Commuting?

Is your gas tank on empty…again? Do you catch yourself sitting in traffic and daydreaming about where else you could be in that moment? Are you convinced that one day you’ll have an aneurism from dealing with the terrible drivers on I-26? Your commute is costing you. Today, we break down just how much: What’s […]

Mountain-Area Unemployment Rises, but the Asheville Metro Remains Lowest in the State

Unemployment rates were recently released for North Carolina, and the Asheville metro fared better than any other area of the state. It is common for unemployment to trend up during the post-holiday months before construction and tourism see a seasonal rebound. This year is proving no different than normal. January unemployment rates increased for every […]

Asheville Area’s Hourly Wage Jumps

In a closely related breakthrough, Asheville’s average hourly earnings broke $20 for the first time. The rate jumped by nearly 6% from a year earlier; the largest percentage increase since 2008. At $20.20 an hour, Asheville’s average hourly earnings is sixth highest among the state’s metros. Asheville’s current unemployment rate, at 6.8%, is the lowest […]

New Climate Research Center will Bring Jobs to Asheville

Excerpted from: Asheville Citizen-Times Staff Reports, April 17, 2009. Asheville will become home to the Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites, bringing $32 million to the local economy and potentially up to 100 scientific jobs over the next five years.   The Institute will be housed in the National Climate Data Center (NCDC), already located […]