Planning Your Relocation to Asheville North Carolina

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Real Estate Broker/Owner

If you are relocating to Asheville and have reviewed properties online, you may be surprised to find that the information does not fit the reality. We are your local experts and are happy to provide a dependable perspective on the real estate market, various neighborhoods and features that might be important to you.

 Asheville’s housing market offers a wide variety of housing and prices. As of July, 2010, the average house price sold is approximately $252,000. We are in a “seller’s market” meaning home buyers have a healthy inventory of homes from which to choose. If you are looking for a second, vacation or permanent home, this could be an outstanding time in a long time to invest in Asheville’s Real Estate market.

Relocating to Asheville invites exploring neighborhoods. There are so many great possibilities for you here that one weekend, or even a week may not be enough time to find what you seek. Before you arrive, let us know your preferences— from the darling West Asheville bungalows, to the new green-built homes, from the grand Victorians, to the small farms— we are here to explore with you! The options are numerous. And we know the special finds.

 

Asheville Area Relocation- NSEW

North – Here are the neighborhoods of Albemarle Park, Beaverdam, Grove Park,  Kimberly, and Lakeview Park. A bit to the north but within 10 minutes of downtown Asheville is Weaverville. South – Here you will find the beautiful neighborhood of Biltmore Forest, Biltmore Village, Biltmore park, Arden and Skyland. East –Here are the neighborhoods of Chunns Cove, Haw Creek, Oakley, and about 10 to 15 minutes to the east and/or southeast, Fairview, Swannanoa and Black Mountain. West-  West Asheville, Malvern Hills, Emma and a bit further from downtown- Candler and Enka.

Montford (our wonderful historic district) is located in the “central” district along with Kenilworth and the urban center of Asheville.

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