Blog

May 4, 2017

Low Housing Inventory Explained

The real estate housing market is facing a unique set of circumstances that began in 2012 which has led to a decrease in housing inventory. Read on to understand the main factors causing this real estate trend. -Elevated pricing is making it hard for mid-level homebuyers First time homebuyers that […]
February 23, 2017

The Controversial Asheville I-26 Connector Project

Why Do We Need The I-26 Connector? Read the North Carolina Department of Transportation’s detailed study and project overview.  There was an environmental impact study and it seems the DOT will be implementing the scenario with the “least” environmentally damaging routes for the three sections of the proposed seven-mile interstate […]
January 5, 2017

Asheville citizens said YES to the proposed Bond Referendum

Asheville citizens said YES to the proposed Bond Referendum. The general obligation referenda will generate $74 million for public improvement financed by the bond. The public improvements include three categories: Housing Affordability, $25 million; Parks and Recreation, $17 million; and Streets, Sidewalks and Bike Lanes, $32 million. To learn more […]
January 2, 2017

2016 Highlights in Madison County

I requested that Land Of the Sky Association of Realtors® donate $10,000 to Community Housing Coalition which aids Madison County – AND THEY DID! Community Housing Coalition is a non-profit that promotes safe and affordable housing in Madison County. Mad Co – a new brewery has opened it’s doors in […]
December 15, 2016

French Broad Real Estate Company Opens Downtown Asheville Office

FBREC has expanded their real estate presence and opened a second location in Downtown Asheville at the YMI Cultural Center on S. Market Street just off of Biltmore Avenue. I am so excited about this new office and the location just couldn’t be better. I am attracting quality brokers who […]