Here’s this week’s most recent rescue dogs from the Brevard, NC area. Please pass this along to anyone you know who can help and please re-posts these notices so we get the word out to as many people as possible. If you, or someone you know is affiliated with any breed rescue groups, we’d love to hear from you!
Thanks as always for caring about our 4-legged friends.
Husky. Probably about a year old. Needs housebreaking and neutering. Available now.
Stray Brindle Pitt (12-15) male 40 pounds unneutered friendly, does NOT like leash, Pine Crest Apartments. Available Monday December 21.
MOST URGENT. Needs immediate rescue.
Stray male black lab (December 11) Maybe 6 months old, 50 pounds found on Daimond’s Creek. Available Wednesday December 16.
Stray female Retriever(?) mix (December 11) found on Ross Road near the shelter
Available Wednesday December 16
Stray mix female (12-14),less than a year old, 15-20 pounds, very underweight (Pet of the week) Available Monday, December 20.
Stray Plott, young male,found on Diamond’s Creek, about 45 pounds, 2-3 years old, friendly. Plotts are the state dog of North Carolina. Available Monday December 20
Home for sale near Cashiers, NC
In western North Carolina, the typical “buying season” starts sometime around March, peaks in the summer and fall, and begins winding down after Thanksgiving. If you have been considering buying real estate in this area, you may find the winter months a better time of year to be looking. This is especially true if you are looking for land. During the fall and winter months, it’s cooler and the leaves are down making it much easier to see the surroundings and the lay of the land. Plus, with few buyers on the scene, it may make it easier to bargain with sellers.
But whether you are looking for a year-round home, a vacation home, or land where you can build your own dream house, it’s important to stay up to date on the market conditions. It’s true what “they” say about real estate – it’s regional. What is happening in Michigan or California is not necessarily true in other parts of the country. Here in the area around Brevard, North Carolina, the average home is under $300,000 and homes still sell for somewhere around 90-92% of the listing price. Land sales have fallen significantly over the last few years and the average price has dropped accordingly.
Each month we provide a market update and here’s where things stood in November. In November, there were 21 residential closings in Transylvania County compared to 27 closings in October. The average listing price for the month was $594,283 and the average selling price was $539,929, or roughly 91% of asking. Overall, those numbers are significantly higher than October because of the number of homes in the $500+ range that closed this month. There were six properties closed at over $500K and of those, 4 were well over $1M.
For more information about homes and land for sale in Brevard, North Carolina and the surrounding communities of Lake Toxaway, Hendersonville, Pisgah Forest, and others, visit the Clay Team online or call us at 828-551-6291 or 828-551-6290.
“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.” – Lao Tzu
Lake Toxaway, NC
And so it is on beautiful Lake Toxaway in Cashiers, North Carolina. Now you can escape to this legendary location and relax your cares away in this lovely lake front home for sale. Long known as the perfect location for escaping the summer heat, Lake Toxaway is the kind of place you want to come to no matter what time of year it is. It just keeps calling you back.
This unique lake front home is one of only 5 and is the desired end unit with unobstructed views of Lake Toxaway. Your private boat dock is steps away from your back door and the lake side pool and tennis courts are only a short walk away. The POA dues take care of all the yard maintenance, and the unit is being sold furnished with only a few exceptions so all you have to do is pack your bags and head for the mountains.
For more information on this home, visit us online or call 828-551-6290 or 828-551-6291.
The mountains called…it’s time to come home.