Why Not Consider Moving To A Retirement Community In Beautiful Weaverville?

Why Not Consider Moving to a Retirement Community in Beautiful Weaverville?

oving to a Retirement Community in Beautiful WeavervilleIf you’re looking for a retirement community in North Carolina, one of the best places to live in is Weaverville. It used to be a resort town that attracted people from the South who wanted to escape the humid, hot weather by spending time in the mountains. The healthy climate, the natural beauty of the area, and its close proximity to Asheville’s attractions make Weaverville a perfect blend of a big city and a small town.

Long before it acquired its name, the town was inhabited by a community of farmers. Records dating back as far as 1803 indicate that roads were being built in the area.

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Real Estate In Asheville Holds Many Opportunities For Those Looking To Acquire Rental Properties

Real Estate in Asheville Holds Many Opportunities for Those Looking to Acquire Rental Properties

Real Estate in Asheville Holds Many Opportunities for those Looking to Acquire Rental PropertiesReal estate in Asheville, North Carolina is attracting a lot of attention.  Asheville is a great location, in terms of scenery and in terms of access to major highways, and has countless possibilities for residents and visitors alike.

Asheville also has a number of post-secondary schools nearby including UNC Asheville, Western Carolina University, Warren Wilson College and Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College, to name a few.

This represents a real opportunity for anyone interested in owning rental property to make a solid real estate investment in Asheville.  In addition to the regular needs for residential rental space in a city, where there are a lot students, apartment rentals are in high demand with many students looking to rent for the duration of their stay in college. That makes a great investment potential for real estate in Asheville.

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Asheville Real Estate Report 3rd Quarter 2012

2012 3rd Quarter  snap shot of the current Asheville Real Estate Report for Buncombe County. Data presented is from the Western North Carolina Regional MLS: Currently, there are 7,660 residential properties listed Volume SOLD YTD is $2,465,119,265 versus $1,911,586,716 last…

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