Should Your First Home be an Investment Home?

It’s a weird position to be in. You’ve left home, perhaps graduated college, found a steady job with decent benefits, and saved up a small nest egg. First of all, congratulations! You’ve got this adulting thing down. You know the next step in your personal journey is to buy a home and start building equity. […]

How Do Absolute Real Estate Auctions Work, and What Can I Expect at 98 Raven Cliff Lane?

On October 24, 2017, something special will be happening in the Asheville area: The luxury property at 98 Raven Cliff Lane in Arden will be sold in an absolute auction. Beverly-Hanks is excited to be working with the seller and auction house on this one-of-a-kind sale. If you have been keeping an eye on this […]

Real Estate Investing

What Should You Know? MSN Money.com’s powerful chart demonstrates what a fantastic return investment real estate has been from January 2000 through November 2011. What is investment real estate? According to Investopedia.com, it is “real estate that generates income or is otherwise intended for investment purposes rather than as a primary residence.” If you’ve been […]

Best Back to School Real Estate Investment Cities (DATA)

Published By : Scott Garner on Wednesday, Aug 10th, 2011, 5:50 am The back to school season is often characterized by parents and students making last-minute mad dashes to purchase school supplies, uniforms, bus passes or books. This year, parents with college-bound students or investors interested in college towns may be considering an unusual back […]

Land in Lieu of Stocks

Land as an investment can be an accessible purchase for almost every potential investor.  The 30+% loss in value of the Dow in 2008 has the astute actively seeking long-term stability in other investment vehicles. It could be recreational timberland, path of progress development acreage, a residential lot for a future retirement home, or farm […]