Real Estate, Design, and Art
Asheville Real Estate Journal
I determined to major in Interior Design at the University of Miami a thousand years ago. (I’m smiling.) Along the way, I discovered amazing homes, such as those here in North Asheville, and chose instead to become a real estate broker and BIC. Still, that background in interior design continues to have advantages in terms of being able to communicate a particular message or intention. For example, I have been known to place docent cards around special design features in sellers homes we have represented.
Communicating effectively to produce results is important to brokers, buyers, seller, and investors. Getting a message across to clients (intention) can help to motivate their action. But that’s not all.
A Discovery: Over the years I have found that my practice of real estate thrives when a conversation has “artistry.” A dialog of this type can inspire real feeling that leads to action. I have come to see that real estate “design” intends to generate action. Real estate “art” may work for a less obvious connection, but is one that is no less powerful as it hinges on a deep sense of change with compassion.
Decades after this discovery, I find myself exploring a new emphasis. Here, at the very intersection of art and design is boomer heaven... AGING IN PALACE www.WhiteHair365.com . Yes!
Be sure to check out my eBooklet at link above and below to see what I mean. And feel free to use it as a way to begin a conversation with clients, family and friends. Bon voyage!