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Waynesville NC Home in Gated Community with Creek & enough room for the whole family

Check out this beautiful 3BR/2.5BA Gorgeous home in the Villages of Plott Creek in Waynesville NC.

$389,900 MLS#567835 CLICK HERE to view Additional Pictures & detailed MLS info..


Cute, Private 2/2 With Nice Views & Great Deck Space!

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109 Sanctuary Road
Maggie Valley, NC
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-Subject to Freddie Mac First Look Initiative until 3/25/14. Sold As is. Qualifies for Homesteps Financing (ask for details). Up to $500 towards home warranty for owner occupants. Private home with nice views & great setting. Home would make a perfect second home or vacation home. Nice open & covered deck space. One level living w/bath in each bedroom. Vaulted ceiling & wood burn fireplace with lots of glass in great room. Huge boulder accents!

National Park Re-opening!!!!

NC, Tennessee pay to open Smoky Mountains park during shutdown

RALEIGH, N.C. "” Gov. Pat McCrory said Tuesday that North Carolina and Tennessee have agreed to pick up the $380,000 tab to open Great Smoky Mountains National Park for the rest of this week - the height of leaf-watching season in the park.

North Carolina will spend $75,000 from its tourism advertising budget, while Tennessee and two counties will spend the remaining $305,000 to reopen the park that straddles the state line from Wednesday through Sunday.

Like other national parks, Great Smoky Mountains National Park has been closed since Oct. 1 during the federal government shutdown. About 10 million people visit the park annually, including 4 million who enter through North Carolina.

"This is about jobs and the economy," McCrory said in a statement. "Many North Carolina communities depend on tourism generated by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It's critical that we get the gates reopened during the fall season."

He said he is exploring options to open other national parks in North Carolina.

Professor Steve Morse, director of Western Carolina University's Hospitality and Tourism Program, estimated that each day Great Smoky Mountains National Park is closed costs nearly $1 million in consumer spending in North Carolina. The closure is potentially costing North Carolina workers $343,354 in lost wages per day, he said.

"Meet & Greet the Candidates" at Hurley's Creekside Restaurant

MEET & GREET - Hurley's Creekside Restaurant will host a "Meet & Greet the Candidates" tonight from 7 - 9 p.m.Everyone is invited to attend!

Government Shutdown & Road Closures

  • Blue Ridge Parkway: The road will remain open though its visitor centers, headquarters, picnic areas and restrooms will be closed
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park: U.S. 441 from Cherokee to Gatlinburg will remain open but, the parkway, trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, visitor centers and parking lots will be closed.

As we get new updates we will be sure to pass them along.

19K Price Reduction on this Private Cabin in the Woods

37 Shady Rest
Waynesville, NC 28785

(828) 926-5200
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Private Like New Cabin in the Woods Close to Waynesville
Private like new cabin in the woods with lots of decking to take in the year round view & sounds of a nearby rushing stream. Very open floor plan with vaulted T&G ceilings, stone fireplace, and plenty of glass to bring in the outdoors. 2 BR/1BA on main w/sleeping loft.Additional living area & bonus room on lower level. One car garage in the basement. Almost level front yard. Well built home w/extra insulation to reduce heating cost.

Haywood County NC Real Estate Final 2008 Stats

The chart below breaks down the final numbers for all of Haywood County Residential Real Estate Stats for 2008 compared to 2007. As you can see our prices in Haywood County decreased by about 6% over last year. In relation to other parts of the country we can consider ourselves lucky.

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2008: 554






Haywood County Real Estate Sales for September 08 vs September 07

Below is a look at residential sales in Haywood County NC for the month of September 08 vs 07. There a few positives in these numbers. Comparing back to 07 homes sold for a bit more in September 08 which tells us there was a small level of appreciation. You will also see that sellers came off their listing price futher which tells us sellers are willing to negotitate more.

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Haywood County NC August 2008 Home Sales

Here is a look at the August 2008 sales number for residential units. The most noticeable difference is the average list and sales price and the increased ability for buyers to negotiate price.

August 2008

Number Sold Average List Average Sales List/Sale% Days on Market
56 210,389 196,733 93.5 144
August 2007
83 261,854 248,921 95.1 136

Maggie Valley Real Estate

Well, the summer is rolling along and I am happy to report that business has picked up in Maggie Valley and Haywood County. There is not a gold rush atmosphere by any stretch of the imagination, but the phone is ringing, folks are walking in, and other agents are showing our listings. All good news, but you cannot help to be on pins and needles that it will all end tomorrow. As a company we continue to build our listing inventory both residential and land listings. Below is a look at the July numbers for this year compared to last year for Haywood County NC for residential sales.

7/1/08 - 7/31/08 7/1/07 - 7/31/07

Total Closing: 53 68
Average Listing Price: $226,762 $260,109
Average Sales Price: $211,163 $248,423
List/Sale Ratio: 93.1% 95.5%
Average Days on Market: 121 119
The big change from this year to last year is the prices. Yes, the sales volume is down, but the prices are also way down. Hate to beat a dead horse, but good rates, good prices, HUGE inventory! It may be the best time in our history to buy. If you are a first time buyer contact us for more information about the tax credit being offered for downpayment assistance.