Asheville Claims the #3 Spot for Best Small Towns to Visit

Hello Asheville, Black Mountain, Fairview, Fletcher and Hendersonvillians, We have hit the big time or have we really!!!! Check out this News Article from the Asheville Citizen Times

What are You Thankful For?

“Thanksgiving” What does it mean to you? Is it just another holiday to eat until your unconscious or do you have a guilty/thankful conscience that takes over and you volunteer at a soup kitchen somewhere, or are you more primitive and sit in a tree stand somewhere making memories with your children that your father and grandfather’s taught to you? What … Read More

Beauty A Blaze

Lake Lure When you even say those words it just evolves in your mind as a pristine, beautiful, enchanting, and alluring place. It was just recently named 1 of 17 Most Beautiful Places to visit in North Carolina. Source: showmenan     North Carolina is also known as Old North State and Tar Heel State and has a lot of … Read More

The “Farm to Table” Restaurant Craze

  5 Farm-to-Table Restaurants in Western NC to Try This Winter I’m excited to say that 4 of the 5 Restaurants featured in this article are in Asheville or the surrounding areas.  As we wind down the summer and fall season of growing and think back to all the delicious home grown food that we grew and love.. The winter … Read More

Asheville Fall Color Forecast for 2016

The Asheville fall leaf color show in the North Carolina mountains attracts visitors from around the world. With the 5,000-foot elevation change within 50 miles of Asheville, our lush Blue Ridge Mountain range puts on one of the longest-running autumn leaf color displays in the country. Pic at top of page is Rough Ridge taken on October 18, 2016 Forecast: The … Read More

Ribbon Cutting for New Offices!

We want to invite everyone to our ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Asheville Chamber of Commerce from 4-7 p.m., Tuesday, May 5, at our new offices located at 771 Charlotte Highway in Fairview. There will be free food, beer and wine as well as drawings for door prizes! Our new location is a mile closer to Asheville than our old offices and just up the hill … Read More

Asheville No. 1 Destination in the Country to Visit in 2015

“Good Morning America” ushered in the new year with a Jan. 1 segment touting Asheville as the No. 1 destination in the country to visit in 2015. “It’s an amazing place. It’s really coming into its own. It’s a glorious natural setting,” said Pauline Frommer, editorial director of the popular Frommer travel guide. She went on to promote the area’s … Read More

Fairview Meadows: Country Living, City Life

Starting a new subdivision is a lot more than laying out a sign. First, is the long process of due diligence- understanding all the variables behind creating a successful subdivision. This includes zoning issues, rates involved… knowing the land. You have to make sure you are good to go before you are good to go. The land then gets surveyed … Read More

Tourism lowers tax burden for residents

Tourists are temporary taxpayers, says Steve Morse of Western Carolina University. Visitors help pay for schools, streets, fire and police protection that residents enjoy in local communities. CULLOWHEE – Steve Morse loves waiting at the red light behind a car with out-of-state license plates. “They are lowering my taxes where I live in Jackson County. Tourists can come in and help … Read More