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Home Buying in Beech Mountain : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Aug 8, 2015
Baldridge0384 asked:
Interested in Ski Beech & Sugar. Interested in what fees at both locations might be and would prefer htg & a/c if possible. I am interested in condos under $100,000.
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Sun May 24, 2015
Susan Gay answered:
It depends on the seller. Some need to sell quickly and will negotiate. Others will wait for their sell price and it doesn't matter how long they have to wait. They have the money to let it sit until they get the price they want. Make your offer and see if the seller counters. ... more
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Wed May 21, 2014
slinkysue43 answered:
Sugar Grove area is very nice and horse friendly! Alot of tourists flock to Boone, then stay nearby, depending on what they are there for, but Sugar Grove would be close enough to everything while still being horse friendly. I love it here! (I live in Sugar Grove!). Good luck! ... more
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Wed Nov 27, 2013
Emily Farthing answered:
Welcome to Beech Mountain, NC - 5606 feet in elevation with Beech Mtn Resort Ski Slope. There is also Beech Mountain Club with golf, tennis, pool, MANY other activities. There is hiking and you will see wildlife. There are many activities in the area.

Call me Emily Farthing 828-387-5571 Preferred Mountain Real Estate.
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Mon Aug 12, 2013
Debbie Canady answered:
Hi, Tina. Beech Mountain is the highest town east of the Rocky Mountains at 5,506', so you should have no problem finding exactly what you want if you look fairly soon. With other areas getting in much better shape and people feeling better about investing in a permanent, vacation, rental or second home, now is the time to come find the property that is just right for you. I have a few places in mind but would need to know your budget and exactly what you are looking for so just give me a call and we can get started! ... more
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Sun Jan 9, 2011
Debbie Canady answered:
I would consider older homes on Beech Mountain as those that were built between 1968 - 1988. In 2010 there were 22 such homes sold. However, these included several foreclosures and a few which were remodeled, in various stages. You also have to consider whether the property had a Beech Mountain Club membership (a $30,000 value), view, etc. That being said, these 22 homes averaged between $80 - $90/sf. If you would like to discuss Beech Mountain properties in more detail, please give us a call. ... more
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Fri Nov 5, 2010
Pat Miller answered:
Good morning Greg, Beech Mountain as you know is very unique sitting high in the clouds. It depends as to the location if you want to be close to the golf course or swimming pool or the town recreation area. Another consideration is do you want full club membership into the Beech Mountain Club? Is a view important and more questions so give me some informtion and then I can direct you to the area. Thank you and I hope you will contact Buchanan Real Estate. Pat Miller/Assciate Broker ... more
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Thu May 7, 2009
Debbie Canady answered:
Excellent question and answers. I am a Realtor on Beech Mountain and am currently involved with a few buyers that are working with different mortgage lenders for their unique situations. If you would like recommendations on speaking with a mortgage lender please feel free to contact me and I can discuss this with you. Good luck in your new endeavor. ... more
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Wed Aug 20, 2008
Debbie Canady answered:
This appears to be a duplication but in the event it is not, you ask a very good question. It depends on what you are looking for on the mountain. You need to consider whether you will be using the golf course, want a view, would rather have a woodsy feeling with or without a creek or if you would rather be by the Buckeye Recreation Center. As for resale or buy a lot and build, if it were me I would exhaust the potential good deals on existing homes first since they are very accessible to look at. If you can't find what you want there are plenty of builders needing the work and over 200 lots to choose from. There are good points with all so just make a wish list and you should be able to make a decision with a qualified real estate agent. ... more
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