Our local businesses have been hit hard by the economic effects of the lockdown to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Now, more than ever, we believe it is important to support local, independent businesses. To that end, we have compiled a comprehensive list of federal, state, and local resources in place to support businesses and […]
Agents Answer: Where are the Best Spots to Watch the Great American Eclipse in WNC?
Everyone across Western North Carolina is excited about the Great American Eclipse on August 21! The once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view a 100% total eclipse is something everyone is proud to be a part of—as if we’re responsible for the moon’s orbit around the planet. But even though our location is completely serendipitous, we’re making the […]
17 Solar Eclipse Celebrations in Asheville and across WNC
Forty-eight years ago, a nation collectively huddled around their television sets to witness three men make one giant leap for mankind. In less than two weeks, the nation will again come together. This time, however, we will not be staring at screens, but will be in the grass, on the sidewalks, in our back yards, […]
Will the Brunch Bill Come to Beer City?
The Sabbath is getting a little bit boozier for many across the state. On June 30, 2017, Governor Roy Cooper signed a bill that quickly became known as the “Brunch Bill.” Among its several provisions, the legislation allows businesses, including grocery stores, restaurants, and bars, to begin serving alcohol at 10:00am on Sunday instead of […]
2 New Chipotle Locations Coming Soon to Asheville
Asheville is a city of quality independent restaurants and a locally-focused spirit that cannot be broken by any national franchise…except perhaps Chipotle Mexican Grill. Founded in Colorado in 1993, Chipotle quickly grew into an international chain of more than 2,000 locations with a staff of more than 45,000 employees. But when in 2012, when Asheville […]
Real Estate Market Trends for Western North Carolina
Beverly-Hanks & Associates considers national housing industry trends and examines how they are effecting the greater Asheville, Waynesville, and Hendersonville areas of Western North Carolina. To learn more about our housing markets in our region read our 2013 Quarter Three Market Report.
Western North Carolina Real Estate Markets Are Changing
The Western North Carolina real estate markets continue to be very dramatic. Be sure to check out what Neal Hanks has to say about sales pace, home supply, and values across the region. And you won’t want to miss one of our favorite hot spots in Weaverville, Well Bred Bakery and Cafe. Regional information is […]
Home Sales in Western North Carolina Rebound
Home sales are up 24 percent over last year Written by: Dale Neal Building permits are up 20 percent as the critical real estate market keeps digging out of the collapse of the Great Recession. “The news is good. Sales are up, inventory is down, prices are starting to rise,” observed Neal Hanks of Beverly-Hanks & […]
Join Us to Meet Artist Akira Satake This Thursday
Please join us on Thursday, June 13th for a reception as we welcome local award-winning artist Akira Satake to the Beverly-Hanks Real Estate Discovery Center. His original pieces will be displayed for a short time and we are excited to have him with us to answer questions about his work and why he chooses to […]
History of Lake Lure Published by Beverly-Hanks Broker
One of Beverly-Hanks’ own, Lake Lure real estate broker associate, Jim Proctor, has published his first book, entitled “Images of America: Lake Lure.” As former mayor of Lake Lure, Proctor and his family have deep roots in the region. He has compiled more than 200 vintage photos of Lake Lure. Arcadia Publishing published the book […]