Introducing you to Balsam Mountain Preserve is my first and foremost priority. If Balsam Mountain Preserve is the community that you desire, then helping you find the right property will be my pleasure. A true advantage is that I live here with my life partner, Scott Huse. We have a great partnership and know the property and owners. We can assist you in becoming involved and not sitting on the sidelines. I don’t know about you but sitting on the bench would not be my first choice!
Working as a Buyer’s agent, I can help you find the right deal and advise you completely during the transaction. Previously I worked under the developer which meant that I was the Seller’s agent. This may not sound like much but when you are building relationships with prospective buyer’s information is shared. Any information that is gathered can no longer be held in private and must be shared with the Seller. While this may not sound like much now it can be powerful when you are negotiating to get your best price/or terms it can mean a great deal. With this said, I can now be your true advocate in a transaction. Allow me to navigate this property and show you all the special things that you should know when purchasing property.
Highlights of Balsam Mountain Preserve: the lowest density community in western North Carolina. Offering a very unique concept rarely found in today’s homogenized, digitized world – a true sense of place. It is truly a blessing to wake each day and hear only the birds chirping or water rushing in a creek. The quiet is something that brings peace to life and allows the spirit to soar. Let me show you the extensive beauty of this community, and why I call it home. Of course, if Balsam is not going to be your home, I am involved in the local communities of Sylva, Waynesville and Asheville. Helping you in any of these would be a great pleasure. Let my 25 years in the business and over $175 million in sales work for you.
Please enjoy this slide show I put together displaying the breathtaking views and fall colors of Balsam Mountain Preserve.