Asheville's Second and Vacation Homes FEATURES

By
Real Estate Broker/Owner

As Asheville’s second and vacation homes specialists where investment strategy plays a part in the decision-making process, our clients, in particular, seek innovation .  So, if you wondered what people who are relocating to Asheville North Carolina find so attractive, we can assure you that, in addition to the views, the quality lifestyle, and the opportunity to live in  Asheville, “The Happiest City in the USA” –quality of construction is on the List.  Also, as  second homes real estate experts, we know that, should they decide to sell their homes in the future, certain features add value.

Value-added Features Relocating Buyers Seek

 Research has shown that a home's market value increases by $20 for every dollar decrease in utility bills, and this home offers energy saving appliances, water savings, and daylighting...  (as in the photo here)  

Energy Star windows                              

Energy saving daylighting

Energy Efficient Appliances

Low-flow toilets and low flow faucets

Low-flow showerheads

Low-VOC paints, caulks, sealants and finishes

 "Green" carpet and hardwood floors

Passive solar gain in the winter, good tree shade in the summer

 

Luckily for people relocating to Asheville, there are homes available in our area with these features and more. Let us know if you would like more information. We are here and happy to assist you!

Comments (3)

Carolina Mornings Realty
Asheville, NC

Let us know if you would like more information. We are here and happy to assist you!

Aug 27, 2010 01:52 AM
Corey Atherton
Suncadia Real Estate Sales Company - Cle Elum, WA

Very nice post and exceptionally informative. You must really know a great deal about the "green factor" in sustainable home sales. Which of the above "value-added features" do you think is most important?

Sep 11, 2010 07:15 AM
Carolina Mornings Realty
Asheville, NC

Good question. Personally, it depends on whether you are looking at personal/environmental importance or resale importance? Right now for me personally, having a passive solar home is the easiest, most affordable and would add value. Moreover, the decrease in energy costs is phenomenal. Until the green factor become ubiquitous, affordable and accepted as white bread, we still have a ways to go.

Sep 14, 2010 09:15 AM