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The condo market in downtown Asheville right now is in high demand with 4 closings and 18 units pending in the past 4 months. Depending on the location of the building and its amenities the current price ranges from $200 - $300 a square foot . Here are some units and their prices as of April 20th...
04/20/2007
The single most important driving force in the Asheville, North Carolina Market today is this: How many minutes from downtown Asheville do you want to live? The answer to this question usually influences many other decisions that buyers will make about purchasing a home or land since proximity to...
04/20/2007
 I am currently involved in working with an investor who is looking to develop some property close to Asheville, North Carolina. The property can range anywhere from 3 -30 acres with frontage on a major highway, three quarters a mile away from Interstate 40, and a half mile away from the Blue Rid...
04/15/2007
 This May 11th -13th will be the semi-annual LEAF (Lake Eden Arts Festival) Festival in Black Mountain. This event blends art, music and dance with a multi-cultural flavor that makes it one of the most popular festivals in the Asheville area. There is also a strong focus on engaging youth in the ...
04/06/2007
 One of my recent closings had an unusual twist right at the end. I should have suspected that this deal would take some twists and turns when our home inspector found a code violation that was three owners old (but that's for another blog). Anyway, the seller of this Asheville multi-family prope...
04/06/2007
I have just started to post to localism both pictures and blogs about different communities. I have not gone down to the specific neighborhoods yet like Renee, but we attract a lot of out of state buyers who look  first for specific communities around the Asheville, North Carolina area. I have to...
03/29/2007
There was a meeting of concerned citizens of Fairview, North Carolina last Saturday, March  24th to discuss a variety of issues concerning sustainability and the fast paced development that is occurring in the community. The main issues that the group addressed were:Rising property taxes as home ...
03/28/2007
Creston is, in my opinion, one of the best conservation subdivisions in Western North Carolina. It encompasses about 1,100 acres and only has 135 homesites. It is located only about 15 minutes south of Black Mountain on a beautiful mountain.  Over half of this property has been placed in a conser...
03/28/2007
The small town of Black Mountain is located approximately 15 miles east of Asheville in Western North Carolina. The community name is due to its location,  being nestled in the front range of the Black Mountains, which are part of the Appalachian Mountain Range.  These are the highest mountains i...
03/21/2007
Montreat,  North Carolina is a small little community of 630 located nesteled into the mountains about 14 miles east of Asheville. This is a quiet and serene community that was originally founded as a spiritual retreat. As the towns website indicates, there is no commercial development in the tow...
03/21/2007
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