Category: Real Estate Market And Trends

Quick Asheville Market Snapshot

This spring the inventory is very low. There MLS system is currently showing less than 1200 homes for sale in Buncombe County. According to Realtor.com the median listing price is $359,000. The price per square foot is $206 and the

New Trends From NAHB and KBIS Show

REALTY 828 attended the National Association of Home Builders show (NAHB) and the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show(KBIS) in Orlando, Florida on January 9-11. This show had over 1500 exhibitors in the home building and design industry and over 600

East Asheville Is The New Place To Be

East Asheville is quickly becoming the new cool place to be. A ton of other communities such as West Asheville and Kenilworth have sold so many in-fill lots that traffic is a nightmare and the prices are so high that

Is Staging a Home of Value in a Hot Market?

Miller Shire, SpaceScapes Staging and Design It’s no secret that the Asheville market favors the seller now. Prices are up and inventory is down. It only makes sense that some sellers are wondering if it’s necessary to stage your home

May Is Selling Season!

The month of May in Asheville is prime time selling season for homes. The blooms are out, the weather is great and everyone wants to find a home in Asheville and the surrounding areas. In Buncombe county the amount of

New Trends In Home Design for 2017

To stay up to date on current trends in the building industry, REALTY 828 attended the International Builders Show (IBS) and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Orlando, FL on January 10-12. In the show’s past, automation of

3 Great Reasons To Sell Your Home Now

The Real Deal Thinking of selling your home after the holidays? Don’t get lost in the masses with other sellers when you may close the deal more quickly and for more money by listing now! The holidays can prove a

There’s No Place Like Home

The Real Deal There’s no place like home in Asheville. And right now, the real estate market is hot! First-time buyers and upgraders are taking advantage of record low mortgage rates to lock in lower monthly housing payments and save