Monday, October 23, 2017 / by Britni McCollum
We are a busy Keller Williams real estate team seeking another “rock star” buyer specialist to join our top producing team.
Strong team and Keller Williams brand image
Manager follow up and coaching
Full-time office staff support
State-of-the-art lead generation program
Powerful advertising and cutting edge technology
Seamless transaction system keeping your transactions on track for successful, fast closings
Fun work space environment
NC Real Estate License
Proven working experience as a real estate agent or willingness to learn.
Effective written, verbal and phone communication skills.
Ability to work independently with little management involvement.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, strong sales mentality, and negotiating ability.
Proficient wit ...
Wednesday, October 4, 2017 / by Britni McCollum
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Tuesday, September 5, 2017 / by Britni McCollum
Fall is already in the air in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. This year’s fall colors are expected to be the most stunning in decades due to the high temperatures and dry soil levels we experienced. The peak season will start toward the beginning of October for Western North Carolina. For “leafers” traveling to WNC, here is list of where to stay and what to do in Asheville and surrounding towns during the peak leaf season!
Drive on the Blue Ridge Parkway to view the most stunning fall colors!
Where to Stay during LEAF season 2017:
There are many great places to stay during fall in Western North Carolina. Here are a few of our favorite towns. Try searching for campgrounds, cabins, bed & breakfasts, hotels, or short term rentals on Vacation Rental Buy Owner or Airbnb.
Asheville, NC (AC Hotel, Hotel Indigo, Aloft Hotel, Renaissance Hotel, The Inn on Biltmore, Grove Park Inn) ...
Monday, August 28, 2017 / by Britni McCollum
The Breakfast Salad at Sunny Point Café. Photo courtesy of Sunny Point Café
Asheville is flourishing with outstanding, one-of-a-kind restaurants. It can be difficult to choose where to go when nearly every restaurant offers a farm-to-table menu accompanied by stellar reviews of the service and atmosphere. The options can seem endless, which is a good problem to have.
One of our favorite meals in Asheville is brunch! We’ve compiled a list of our Favorite Brunch Restaurants in Asheville. Some may consider these to be the best restaurants in asheville (brunch, lunch, or dinner). We want to hear from you - What is your favorite place for brunch in Asheville?
Photo Courtesy of Sunny Point Cafe
Sunny Point Café – If you aren’t in a hurry (or close to hangry), you must visit Sunny Point Café. A West Asheville staple that specializes in award-winning “upscale comfort food”. Due to ...
Monday, August 14, 2017 / by Britni McCollum
Let’s face it – not all home storage is created equal. Whether it be your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom or linen closet we run into the never ending battle of needing more room. Living with a small storage space can be a challenge, but it’s not impossible! Choosing less square footage doesn't mean you necessarily have to make do with less, just that you need to be super smart about how you organize the space you do have.
In a study by the National Association of Home Builders consumers complain about the size of their closet space, or the lack there of, says Gopal Ahluwalia, Director of Research NAHB. If you are buying a home that was built before 1950 chances are the closet is small and shallow with little room for storage. The homes that are being built today have an average square footage of 2,120, dedicating 25 - 30 percent more space to closets. The reason for the additional storage space is our culture tends to accumulate more and mor ...