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A Hendersonville Native, Rhonda Hollifield grew up and currently resides in Etowah. She graduated from West Henderson High School and obtained a Master of Science and a Bachelor of Science degree from Western Carolina University.
Rhonda became a full time Realtor in 1994. Having grown up in a Real Estate oriented family and personally investing in Real Estate, it is easy to relate to the needs of today's sellers and buyers. Over 80% of her business comes from referrals and satisfied past clients and customers. In 2012 she sold 30 homes and was in the top 5% of Realtors in the Hendersonville, NC Board of Realtors.
Rhonda believes in giving back and has served many years on the Professional Standards Committee for the Hendersonville Board of Realtors.
As a real estate professional, Rhonda has been involved in both building new construction and investing in residential rental properties. In her real estate career, Rhonda has been trained by Mike Ferry, Floyd Wickman and completed Keller Williams BOLD.
As a commitment to her clients and my career, she continues to increase her level of knowledge as she has earned the CRS, Certified Residential Specialist designation, the ABR, Accredited Buyers Representative designation and the GRI, Graduate of the Realtor Institute designation.
Please let Rhonda know if she can help you in achieving your real estate goals and dreams...She is the professional that you want on your side!
Henderson County, nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains and formally part of the Cherokee Nation, was settled by Appalachian Mountain Pioneers and became a county in 1838. It consists of 375 square miles with the county seat being Hendersonville.
The economy is based on manufacturing, agriculture, tourism and retirement.
Henderson County Apple Orchards
The apple is our main crop, as Henderson County ranks seventh in production among all the counties in the United States. The annual Apple Festival is frequented by locals and many from surrounding states to celebrate the harvest of the crop that averages an income of $22 million or more in a normal year. It is held annually over the Labor Day weekend, making it a great time for a visit.
Hendersonville has many advantages, whether you are moving for a new job opportunity, or relocating to your dream retirement home.
Historic Hendersonville is centrally located around some great cities. Only 23 miles from Asheville, and 47 miles from Downtown Greenville SC. To Atlanta, only 188 miles. Charlotte NC is 102 miles. Knoxville Tennessee is 130 miles, and Historic Downtown Charleston, SC is 245 miles away. Take a weekend vacation get away to Myrtle Beach, SC, 284 miles away. Or Gatlinburg, Tennessee at 106 miles.
If you are looking for temperate weather,Henderson County is ideal. Daytime average winter temperatures run around the 30′s during the winter, and in the high 70′s to low 80′s in the summer. With dry and fresh mountain air, the spring and summer are a festival of showy colors. Average rainfall is slightly about the national average. We average one snowfall a year which usually melts away by the following day. The hmidity level is low, creating a dry mountain air. Our elevation from downtown is 2100 feet.
If you want to learn more about Henderson County, take a look at the City Data site and get the stats for about anything you want to know.
If you are considering relocating to Hendersonville, NC and will be looking for a job, or if you want to check out the job situation prior to making a move, here are some helpful links to get you started.
If you are seeking a temporary job before accepting the job that is right for you, here is a link, listing agencies that can get you started. You will find the name and phone number for each of them.
We have a fantastic Career Placement Center at the Blue Ridge Community College Job Links Office. To me this is where you get the most bang for your time. They offer all kinds of workshops, like resume building and interview skills, and they will assist you in offering you the best places to look for the jobs you are interested in. And all of their services are free, the best kind.
You can also check http://Indeed.com and enter the zip you are looking for, or the town, and it has several categories to allow you to narrow down the search.
If you are in the medical profession and are looking for some place new to work, this is a great place. We have two hospitals here and both have online human resources offices.Pardee Hospital is located just blocks from Downtown Hendersonville. Park Ridge Hospital is located north of Downtown Hendersonville in Fletcher NC. Both are large and have a good choice of job options.
If you are looking for security prior to relocation, these sites should get you where you want to be.
Disclaimer: ActiveRain Corp. does not necessarily endorse the real estate agents, loan officers and brokers listed on this site. These real estate profiles, blogs and blog entries are provided here as a courtesy to our visitors to help them make an informed decision when buying or selling a house. ActiveRain Corp. takes no responsibility for the content in these profiles, that are written by the members of this community.