3 Real Estate Myths To Stop Believing NOW

3 Real Estate Myths To Stop Believing NOW

Who didn’t love playing the telephone game as a child? I know I did! It was absolutely fascinating to see how twisted and tangled a message became as it passed in a whisper from one friend to the next. As an adult, I’m still intrigued by how easily information can get...
Want to Sell? Show Your Landscape Some Love

Want to Sell? Show Your Landscape Some Love

  You’ve spent time staging your home’s interior to seal a sale—it’s clean, decluttered, and smelling fresh, with colorful accents in every room. But what about the exterior? Consider this blog post a not-so-subtle nudge to not forget about it. After all, it’s the...
Grove Arcade

Grove Arcade

The Grove Arcade is considered one of downtown Asheville’s architectural jewels.  E.W. Grove commissioned architect Charles Parker to “create the most elegant building in America”.  Parker envisioned the building to have a 5-story base and a 14-foot tower.  Grove died...
The Drhumor Building

The Drhumor Building

On the corner of Patton and Church Streets is a building you may have never noticed, but stop and take a closer look.  Even better, step inside and imagine it is 1929 and you are there to see your local banker.  Constructed in 1895, by Asheville native William...
The Princess Anne Hotel

The Princess Anne Hotel

Opened in January 1924, the Princess Anne Hotel is a notable example of guest accommodations constructed for Asheville during early boom years of tourism and development.  Asheville was also home to several hospitals and convalescent homes for tuberculosis patients...