Buying a Home in Western North Carolina
Are you thinking of buying a home in Western North Carolina? Blue Realty can help.
An Efficient House-Hunting Experience
Whether you are a first-time home buyer, looking for an investment or vacation property or searching for a new mountain home, we understand that house-hunting can be a challenge. At Blue, we strive to make your experience enjoyable and efficient by providing you with a variety of pricing options and up-to-date marketplace information on all the homes and properties available in Western North Carolina. Once you find options that interest you, we can also provide you with insider information based on our local mountain knowledge and experience.
Mountain Homes to Suit Your Needs
WNC offers plenty of excellent neighborhoods, communities, towns and cities to select from, and each one boasts its own unique mountain lifestyle while still being close to city comforts and amenities.
Blue Realty Knows Western North Carolina
Our passion for the mountain areas in Western North Carolina is contagious and shines through in our work. We live, work and play here and are excited to share our experience and knowledge with you.
Luxury Mountain Communities
WNC also has several luxury mountain communities with top-notch properties waiting to be developed. There are plenty of neighborhoods outside of smaller cities like Hendersonville and Waynesville that boast spectacular views and peaceful surroundings. One such luxury community outside of Waynesville is Avalon, one of the up-and-coming mountain neighborhoods in Western North Carolina.
Building Your Dream Home
A benefit to purchasing property in neighborhoods like Avalon or Kenmure is the ability to build your own home to your personal specifications. We work with a team of experienced architects and designers like Moss Creek to plan and execute your dream home.
Tips for Home-Buyers
It may surprise you, but unlike other real estate agents, we recommend that you take your time when buying a home. It’s important to know the pros and cons of each property to make sure it is a good fit for you. For example, homes in the mountain community of Avalon have city water, which means you won’t have to worry about digging a well or putting in a pump. That may or may not be a deal-breaker for you, but it’s good to know.
We also recommend that if you are going to build a house, choose a flat surface to build on. We’ve seen buyers put a lot of money into a foundation built on a hill. While sometimes that is unavoidable, you can save yourself some cash by choosing a flat surface and not having to worry about leveling the land out.
For more tips on buying and/or building a home in WNC, visit the Blue Realty blog.