Modern Asheville’s Home of the Year!

IMG_3508Hi Folks! It if finally here — our announcement for House of the Year | 2016. There can be no surprise by our pick. We love the clever blending of classic and contemporary styling along with the endless and undulating outdoor living space. Nothing says welcome home like a dozen marble dolphins spritzing on your trousers. The best news is the next ten people who sign up for our Facebook page will enter a drawing to win the actual “Ivana Trump Approved” home plan and specifications so you can build one of your very own. No, this isn’t a scheme to get you to sell your own home given our low inventory we are just that generous today. Tomorrow — not so much. So enter now!


Internationally known as April Fools Day, today mark’s going in to year of business. Yeah! We are thrilled with our growth and so excited by all the new things coming in April. Stay tuned for some stunning new, mid-century homes for sale, AIA Architecture Week which includes guest lecturers to discuss Architectural Regionalism from In Situ Studio and our Bert King Home Tour, George Smart and his North Carolina Modernist Houses crew will be in town to tour our modern homes and our first Flea 4 Y’all is coming up — all in April. Also, stop by and see us this weekend at our real estate Open House at 42 Mountainbrook in Chunn’s Cove {photos below} and get our third year of business started off right by purchasing this customized, mid-century pad. This Sunday the 3rd from 2 to 4pm…see you there!Mountainbrook Comp

Finishing off and marking this special moment we just closed on three homes for incoming buyers from Los Angeles, Ohio and Florida this week. Our retiring Florida buyer was actually buying his first home having been a New York renter most of his life. We found him a sweet little cottage in Brevard where he can endlessly hike waterfalls around his own piece of heaven. Here is what he had to say about us: “I started my search for my first home in February in western NC. I searched online for houses and brokers before I traveled from FL to NC and met with several agents and viewed many homes. When I met Troy and Kelly I knew I had met the agents that I wanted to work with.

Firstly, they work very well together, you can actually feel the teamwork at play. They are professional, knowledgeable, friendly and thorough and their follow-up is second to none. I had no clue what it takes to buy a home and they walked me through every step, answering ever question, answering every phone call immediately or returning it within minutes and responding to each and every email quickly. I actually felt that I was their ONLY client!Nimitz Comp

I was looking for a small home, with creeks or streams, at least 2 acres and very private and they found it! They arranged a meeting with a lender for my mortgage and had all the connections necessary for me to complete the purchase. Troy traveled over an hour each way from his office to my future home on many occasions to meet with inspectors, exterminators and other workers. I don’t remember either of them saying no, we can’t do that or any negative comments at all. They are positive, upbeat and will make you feel like old friends immediately.

They explained every step of the process, gave recommendations and suggestions on how to get through the myriad of paperwork easily and really knew their stuff. I can’t imagine you will find a more dedicated, professional, responsive and friendly broker anywhere in western NC. Needless to say, I would highly recommend them.”Moa Celebrate Trio

All this because we created a business we love to come to everyday. Cheers to us! Cheers to our growing community!

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