The National Real Estate Market Continues to Hold Steady Halfway Through 2013

Housing Recovery

 

As we now reach the halfway point in 2013, there are some very noteworthy trends that are emerging nationally that continue to show a steady real estate market nationally. As we continue into 2013, here are some of the trends that are now emerging, and will have a noteworthy impact on real estate nationally, as well as locally.

According to the latest news from CoreLogic, the first indicator of note is that U.S. home prices have jumped 12.2% in May 2013 from a year ago, the most in seven years. The increase suggests the general national housing recovery is relatvively steady, and is, in fact, slowly strengthening. In addition, on average, national residential home prices rose 2.6% in May 2013 from April 2013, which is the 15th straight month-over-month increase, as measured. In many states, including Tennessee, home prices are gradually increasing and showing a generally positive increase.

The other notable indicator shows us that, according the U.S. Commerce Department, there was an increase in home construction, by 6.8%, in terms of overall pace of homes being constructed, in May 2013, as opposed to 14.8% decline in home construction in April 2013. Based on this, while not dramatically increasing, home construction is also holding steady and even gradually increasing, as well as with home prices.

Furthermore, according to Realtor.com, May of 2013 saw median list home prices were 2.10 percent higher than April 2013 home prices. This reflected a general and gradual trend towards higher home prices as a whole, and we see that the home prices are reflecting a steady national trend towards higher home prices, as well as greater consumer demand for homes.

The basic reasons for these trends are many, but generally can be attributed to greater demand, limited numbers of homes for sale, and fewer foreclosures, as well as steady hiring in the job market and relatively low mortgage rates. Based on this data, we foresee a gradual continuation of these national trends, especially with respect to home prices and available housing inventories.

There are still many great deals on homes available as we see home prices gradually rising nationally, especially in the Great Smoky Mountain market. If you have thought about purchasing a property in the Great Smoky Mountain region, now is the time to start looking. We invite you to visit our website to browse the available properties in the area.

Here Are A Few of My Available Listings:

 

Classic Mtn. Chalet w/Mt. LeConte View This high quality classic contemporary mountain chalet features four master suites each with deck access. Fantastic peninsula lot with beautiful views of Mount LeConte. Type: Single Family Home Location: Gatlinburg,Tennessee Price: $279,900 Get more information >
Custom-Built Home on Douglas Lake Custom built home on a lake front peninsula surround by water on three sides with expansive views. Type: Single Family Home Location: Douglas Lake Price: $899,900 Get more information >
Updated & Luxurious Move in ready, recently painted & in excellent condition. Lovely patios front & rear and lawn in back, extras such as dimmable lights, upgraded light fixtures, beautiful 18 heated tile in master bath & oak flooring make the home feel special. Type: Single Family Home Location: Sevierville,TN Price: $239,900 Get more information >

Moving Into July The Smoky Mountain Market Remains Steady

The Road To Recovery

 

For much of the year, we have watched as both the National and local Real Estate markets have gained and shown a steady climb to positive numbers. As we look at the statistics for the Smoky Mountain market through June of this year, we will see that the trend continues. Let’s see what the numbers have to say.

In the category of Residences Sold, we see a slight decrease versus last year of 8%. This represents 53 less homes sold in comparison to the same period in 2012. Even with the decrease in this number, as we look at the rest of the statistics, we will see that the market is still  fairly stable and we expect this to continue and improve.

Homes Sold

In the category of Residential Dollar Volume for the year, we also see a slight decrease. This directly relates to the decrease in number of homes sold, but remains a slight number as prices are still rising.

Dollar Volume

Good news for sellers in the Average Sold Price Category. In line with statistics so far for the year, prices still show a rise versus 2012. As inventory continues to decrease, we expect prices to continue to gradually increase.

Average Price

Available homes on the market continue to decline. Through June, we see a decrease of 3%, or 109 less homes on the market. As activity continues to stabilize, this number will continue to dwindle.

Inventory

As markets continue to stabilize across the Nation, prices will continue their rise and inventory will continue to decrease. Mortgage rates are still at all time lows and there are still plenty of housing options to choose from. Why not start your Smoky Mountain home search now by visiting our website and perusing all the area has to offer?

Here Are a Few Of My Featured Listings:

 

 

Great Rental Income! Over $30K rental income in both 2011 & 2012! This Smoky Mountain chalet is just minutes to Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort. Main level master bedroom features private bath & deck access. Type: Single Family Home Location: Chalet Village Price: $199,900 Get more information >
Spacious Home w/Great Mtn Views Spacious home full of character & detail. A vintage door from the 1890’s welcomes you inside where you will find vaulted ceilings, lots of windows and lots of unique spaces. Type: Single Family Home Location: Gatlinburg ,Tennessee Price: $359,200 Get more information >
Large Home Next to Smokies Once you see this functional work of art that doubles as a spacious home you’ll never want to leave. This home combines unique, one of a kind architecture w/an outrageous view, along with a site that borders the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Type: Single Family Home Location: Gatlinburg ,Tennessee Price: $899,900 Get more information >

 

First Time Home Buyer? Some Tips To Get You Started

Real-Estate-AdvisorsWith mortgage rates being at all time lows, making home loans more affordable than ever more buyers are considering their first purchase. If you are thinking of taking the leap you may be wondering where to start to locate the right home and have a smooth transaction. We would like to share some tips from the team and answers to common myths here today.

Myth 1: You have to have perfect credit to buy a home.

It is correct that the higher your credit score the more options you will have in choosing a mortgage. However, having a score in the lower ranges does not mean it is impossible to obtain a loan. If you are thinking of a purchase talking with a lender will help you to navigate your credit report and verify the loan options that are available to you.

Myth 2: You must have a 20% down payment.

Having a large down payment will lower your payments but is not always necessary. Many loan programs are available that will allow as little as a 3.5% or in some cases no down payment. Talk with your lender about options such as an FHA or Rural Development loan.

Myth 3: Buying a foreclosure will get me a huge discount.

Yes, the banks are looking to thin their inventory but they are also trying to protect their interests as well. Though some foreclosed properties are offered at lower than market value prices this is not always the case. The bank obtains a market analysis of the property and sometimes a full appraisal prior to listing it on the market and price it accordingly to see what the market will bear. In most cases the bank would prefer to lower the price in small increments until they obtain a reasonable offer rather than accept a cut rate offer.

Myth 4: The perfect home is out there if I just keep looking.

When you step into the house that is right for you for the first time you will know it. Prior to viewing homes make a list of the things that are most important to you in a home and of what things would be a deal breaker. Once you have an accepted offer we encourage you to have a home inspection which will reveal if any of your deal breaker items exist or if there are simple maintenance items that you are willing to address so that you do not lose the opportunity of owning the home that was meant for you.

Tips From The Team:

*Give yourself time to look and be flexible. With this being a busy vacation area many properties you are interested in may not be available on certain days, especially weekends. Purchasing a home is a serious investment and is worth taking a few days away from other obligations when you are ready to look. Scheduling a trip during the week instead of on a weekend will make your trip much more productive as more homes will be available and there will be less traffic to delay your day.

*The market is moving at a pretty rapid pace. It is crucial to have a mortgage pre-approval or proof of funds letter in hand when you come to look. Many sellers will not even approve a showing unless we are able to provide this ahead of time.

*All of the areas we serve offer different amenities. Know ahead of time what is most important to you about location such as views, level roads or mountainous and proximity to town. Doing this we will help us make sure we are spending your time here at homes you will love.

We hope that this information is helpful to you as you begin to pursue a new home. We invite you to begin at our website to see all that is available in the Sevier County region of The Great Smoky Mountains.

Here Are A Few Of My Featured Listings:

2 For The Price Of 1 A great opportunity to own two Chalet Village lots for the price of one. Type: Single Family Home Location: Chalet Village Price: $15,000 Get more information >
180 Degree City & Mountain Views Produced over $14k in rental income in 2012. Very private ridgetop retreat w/wraparound covered deck that has amazing 180 degree views of the mountains & city lights. Type: Single Family Home Location: Chalet Village Price: $189,900 Get more information >
A View Second To None Over $40,000 in rental income for 2012! Aptly named A View Second To None, this chalet has breathtaking views of Mt. LeConte. Located just minutes to downtown Gatlinburg & Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort. Type: Single Family Home Location: Chalet Village Price: $269,900 Get more information >

Steady Progress For The Gatlinburg Area Real Estate Market

National real estate news continues to report positive progress for real estate as a whole and the Smoky Mountain area is no exception. The statistics through August reflect the same steady progress that we have witnessed throughout the year and with more positive changes being put in to play, such as the new short sale guidelines we spoke about last week, we expect the trend to continue. Let’s take a look at the progress we have made so far in 2012.

In the category of Total Residences Sold we see an 18% increase over 2011. We would also like to point out that this is the highest number of single family homes sold in Sevier County since 2007.

The Total Dollar Volume Sold category shows almost $7,000,000 more real estate sold than last year. With mortgage interest rates so low buyers are very active in the market and homes are moving.

The Average Sold Price is still down however, we have maintained that as distressed properties are liquidated this will improve. The new guidelines for certain short sales that go in to place on November 1st will help move these properties along at a much more rapid pace.

Homes continue to spend less time on the market as buyers are ready willing and able to invest in real estate and sellers are taking advantage of the number of buyers in the market. Smoky Mountain properties are spending an average of 2 weeks less time on the market than they did in 2011.

We encourage those of you who have been dreaming of a home in the Smoky Mountains to take advantage of the current low interest rates and explore the wide variety of homes available in the area. If you are thinking of selling but were holding out for the right time, we are happy to provide you with a free market analysis to see what the current market value of your home may be. Our team is ready to help make your real estate goals a reality.

Here Are A Few Of My New And Reduced Listings:

Your Hillside Retreat Has produced over $27,000 in rental income for 2012 so far following great income history for both 2010 & 2011. This authentic log cabin sits atop the most beautiful lot in the subdivision. Type: Single Family Home Location: Pigeon Forge Price: $267,500 Get more information >

 

Picture Perfect Views Beautiful and private 2 acre site with postcard views. Literally, we have post cards from the 70’s that have the view from this home’s deck on them. A picture perfect view for sure. Type: Multi Family Home Location: Chalet Village Price: $422,500 Get more information >

 

Heirloom Quality Throughout Not often does a living piece of history come available for sale, perhaps once a generation. Such a time is this. Heirloom quality throughout this solidly built stone cottage boasts quality not often seen in homes built today. Type: Single Family Home Location: Pittman Center Price: $365,000 Get more information >

 

The Smoky Mountain Real Estate Market Is Heating Up

As we look at the statistics for single family homes in Sevier County through the end of May we are met with positive news in several categories. Buyer activity in the market continues to be strong, distressed properties are closing and disappearing from the market and higher priced homes are starting to move. Let’s take a look at what the numbers have to say.

2012 continues to stay ahead of last year in the category of Total Residences Sold. With a difference of 21% or 94 more homes than the same period last year there is no doubt that the market is active.

May gave 2012 some momentum and overtakes 2011 with a 4% increase in the Total Dollar Volume Sold category. This is an increase of just over $3,000,000 in real estate sold.

The Average Sold Price is the only category that is still not ahead of 2011, showing a 14% decrease. This can be attributed to the continued liquidation of distressed homes and as the year continues we can expect to see this number looking more positive as well.

In the last category of Average Days On Market we continue to see signs that we are in an active and improving market as we see the time on the market decrease by 9% vs. last year.

If you have been thinking of putting your Smoky Mountain property on the market now is a great time to get a free market analysis and measure what the market may have to offer. Properties are certainly moving and buyers are continuing to stream in to the market. Thinking of purchasing? There are still several great deals available and a wide variety of properties to choose from. Why not take a look at our website and see if your dream property is waiting for you here in the Smoky Mountains?

Here Are A Few Of My Featured Listings:

Consistent $$$ Maker At A Great Price!! CONSISTENTLY RENTED OVER 200 DAYS PER YEAR FOR THE PAST FOUR YEARS, WITH REVENUE RANGING FROM $38,000-$41,000! Wonderful and spacious 3-level cabin tucked away in Gatlinburg and only a short drive to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! Type: Single Family Home Location: Gatlinburg ,Tennessee Price: $250,000 Get more information >

 

Simply Unforgettable Over $20,000 in rental income for both 2010 & 2011! Located near Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail this charming log cabin is sure to please. Beautiful wooded setting, very private and serene. Type: Single Family Home Location: Gatlinburg ,Tennessee Price: $199,900 Get more information >

 

Updated & Mountain Views Want a great investment property? Then this is it! Already on a rental program and has a great rental history. Recently updated, offers private bedroom suites, and has a sky walk to balcony and mountain views. Type: Single Family Home Location: Chalet Village Price: $219,900 Get more information >

 

Are Short Sales The Best Way to Get A Great Deal On Smoky Mountain Real Estate?

As we have all watched the national housing market work through difficult times in the last few years many have realized it to be a good time to buy. With mortgage rates at all time lows and a wide variety of inventory we agree that it is a great time to consider purchasing. There has been a lot of buzz that purchasing a short sale home is the best avenue for getting a deal. Although it is possible to get a great deal on a short sale, we believe there are numerous other avenues to finding a great home at a great price. Let’s explore some common questions and answers about short sales.

What is a short sale? A short sale occurs when the current owner of a home is negotiating with their current lender to accept less than the full amount of what is owed on their mortgage as a payoff. This gives homeowners the opportunity to put their home on the market at prices that may be lower than when they purchased and helps them to avoid a foreclosure if they are having trouble making their monthly mortgage payments.

Are short sales deeply discounted? Not in most cases. When a homeowner begins the process of negotiating a short sale with their lender the first thing they are usually told is get an offer to purchase and then we will negotiate. Often, homes will be put on the market at a lowered price to encourage offers with a disclaimer that the final price will have to be approved by the seller’s lender. Once there is an offer on the table the bank will usually request a comparative market analysis from two different agents to determine the current fair market value of the property. Most agents do price short sales at the current market value but this is not always the case. Though the seller is selling for less than they owe on the property the banks still look for offers that reflect the current value.

How long does it take for the bank to respond to an offer? This is the question with no true answer. Once you submit an offer the wait time for a response can range from thirty days to several months. There are many factors that go in to their decision-making process. They will require a large amount of financial information from the seller, the above mentioned comparative market analysis from an agent and sometimes an appraisal just to begin the approval. As they move forward other things may come in to play, such as a second mortgage or past due property taxes that will also have to be negotiated.

Will the bank or seller make repairs to the property? Not usually. In a short sale situation the bank does not own the property and cannot make repairs. Most homeowners in this situation do not have additional funds available to make repairs. In most cases a short sale property will be sold as is. We always recommend a home inspection by a qualified home inspector prior to purchase.

We still find that there are a wide variety of homes on the market that can be purchased at a great price whether they be short sales, foreclosures or  traditional listings. Sevier County Tennessee has held a reasonably stable market through 2011 and moving in to 2012. There are a lot of properties to choose from and homes are moving. In an active market with low mortgage rates available it will be easy to find your Smoky Mountain home or investment property. Take a look at our website to see all that is available in the Sevier County real estate market.

Have other questions about short sales? I am a Certified Short Sale Specialist and would love to hear from you! Call, email or post your questions on our Facebook page.

Here are a few of my featured listings:

Mountain Chalet With A View Over $20,000 rental income in 2010 & 2011! Nice spacious chalet with fantastic Mt. Leconte views. Type: Single Family Home Location: Chalet Village Price: $139,900 Get more information >

 

Hot Buy On Authentic Log Cabin Over $30,000 in rental income for both 2010 & 2011!! Soaring ceilings and three walls of glass create a dramatic feel and bring the expansive views into the living space of this modern day cabin. Type: Single Family Home Location: Pigeon Forge Price: $149,900 Get more information >

 

Wide Open Spaces Dances With Bears is a spacious chalet with soaring ceilings and an open floor plan. Type: Single Family Home Location: Chalet Village Price: $179,900 Get more information

 

A Very Busy Start For Smoky Mountain Real Estate In 2012

2012 saw a flurry of activity in January with February picking up even more momentum. There was a marked increase in the number of buyers in the area looking at property and offers being written. So how did January end up for the Smoky Mountain real estate market? Let’s take a look at the numbers released by The Great Smoky Mountain Association of REALTORS. Please note that in an effort to provide the most accurate data available with a focus on our specific area, going forward our monthly market statistics will exclude any properties outside of Sevier County.

In the category of Residences Sold we see great numbers with only 7 less residences sold than the same month last year.

Residential Dollar Volume for January is down $3,911,688. This may seem like a large number however, with the end of the year this may be largely attributed to foreclosure listings that went under contract in December and closed in January or received price reductions as the banks work to get them off the books. This is actually positive news, knowing that other properties on the market will be competing with less foreclosures in inventory.The Average Sold Price was also down somewhat from last year with a 17% decrease. This may also be related to the liquidation of foreclosure properties.

The category of Active Listings for January 2012 shows an increase of 13%. With the increase of buyer activity and the relative stability of our market the beginning of this year has proven to be a great time to list property for increased exposure to qualified buyers.

As we see lending rules getting tighter we are seeing that getting a property from accepted offer to closing has been taking a little longer than it used to. Because of this we would also like to note that an additional 97 properties went under contract in January but have not yet reached closing. Most will likely close in February and we will begin to see the positive effects of how busy January turned out to be in terms of buyer activity.

 Are you thinking of purchasing your own Smoky Mountain dream? Now may be a great time to start looking. With the expansive inventory of property available and extremely low mortgage rates there are many great opportunities to take advantage of. Take the first step by visiting our website to see if your perfect Smoky Mountain get away is already on the market waiting for you.

 Here are a few of my featured listings: 

Hot Buy On Authentic Log Cabin
Over $30,000 in rental income for both 2010 & 2011!! Soaring ceilings and three walls of glass create a dramatic feel and bring the expansive views into the living space of this modern day cabin.
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Pigeon Forge
Price: $149,900
Get more information >

 

Smoky Mountain Dream Come True
Produced $24,329 in rental income for 2011! This is what Smoky Mountain dreams are made of, the perfect mountain get-away that combines the best features the area has to offer.
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Price: $259,900
Get more information >

 

Come Home To A Resort Setting
Just one mile from Ober Gatlinburg is where you will find this super affordable condo. Nestled in a resort like community you will enjoy all of the best amenities the Smoky Mountain area has to offer.
Type: Condo
Location: Gatlinburg ,Tennessee
Price: $75,000
Get more information >

 

 

December Shows Smoky Mountain Homes For Sale Are Still Moving

We wanted to take this time to look at how the last month of 2011 shaped up for the Smoky Mountain real estate market. We are still seeing a reasonably healthy market with only minor changes from 2010 and plenty of homes in inventory. If you are looking at purchasing investment property now may be the time. A recent article by www.WBIR.com says Pigeon Forge is getting more national attention as a top travel destination.  The article notes that Trip Advisor recently released its 2012 list of the “Top 15 US Destinations on the Rise” with Pigeon Forge making the list at number four. Trip Advisor said one of Pigeon Forge’s advantages is its close proximity to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and its outdoor activities as well as other attraction options like Dollywood. Let’s take a look at the numbers and see if the Smoky Mountain area may be the perfect place for your next investment.

 In our first category, Total Residences Sold, we see that 2011 is only down by 64 homes from the previous year.

Total Residential Dollar Volume is also down from last year showing a decrease of 9%.

The Average Residential Sale shows only a small decrease of $8,647 from 2010.

Our last category, Active Listings, still shows an increase from last year with 7,071 homes available on the market to choose from. This is a change of 659 homes for sale.

It would seem that the Smoky Mountain area market is still somewhat stable. With plenty of homes on the market as well as all of the national attention as a top destination, this could be the perfect time & place to look at a potential investment home. Get started by looking at the wide array of homes available at our website.

 Here are a few of my featured listings:

 

Smoky Mountain Views Found Here!
Magnificent mountain views but just minutes to downtown Gatlinburg. This mountain get away is perfect for the buyer looking for a prime location at a great price.
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Chalet Village
Price: $154,900
Get more information >

 

Beautiful Ridge Top Property! Great Deal
Beautiful ridge top property with level building site. Clear a few trees to have a wonderful mountain view. Gravel driveway to the top of the ridge. VERY MOTIVATED SELLERS!
Type: Land
Location: Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Price: $39,900
Get more information >

 

Walk To Arts & Crafts Community
A very unique and artistic log home. Very private yet within walking distance to the arts and crafts community in Pittman Center. Beautiful mountain view from the stone patio,covered front porch w/hot tub, and lots of stained glass throughout.
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Gatlinburg ,Tennessee
Price: $168,500
Get more information >

 

 

 

 

The Smoky Mountain Real Estate Market Is Active

As we take a look at our month end statistics for Smoky Mountain real estate we continue to see a reasonably active and healthy market. Using data published by The Great Smoky Mountains Association of Realtors let’s explore how things are looking as we move towards year-end.  The GSMAR data we use is year to date and it compares this year to the same timeframe for last year. Though come select areas are still outperforming last year, we will look at the overall view of the entire residential market in this area through November.

In the category of Total Residences Sold, this year is down from 2010 by only 69 residences sold or 5% less.

Total Residential Dollar Volume Sold was also lower in 2011 with $225,111,411 or 9% less than the same period in 2010.

The average 2011 residential sale is still not far off from the 2010 average at  5% or $7,577 lower.

In the last category of Active Listings, 2011 shows plenty of inventory available with 6,870 homes available. This is a 10% increase over the same period in 2010 with 641 more homes on the market.

The real estate market in The Great Smoky Mountains is active. With plenty of Smoky Mountain homes to choose from and mortgage rates still very low, it could be the perfect time to start shopping. Contact your lender to see what kind of great rates are available, visit our website to look at the variety of homes available, then contact our team of professionals to take care of the rest!

Here are a few of my featured homes:

 

Functional Work Of Art W/Stunning Views
Once you see this functional work of art that doubles as a spacious home you’ll never want to leave.
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Chalet Village
Price: $950,000
Get more information >

 

New Construction Full Of Style
Newly built this one is full of style & character. Native stone accents outside with a great exterior color combination. Hand made kitchen cabinets andbathroom vanities crafted from super rare wormy chestnut.
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Price: $159,900
Get more information >

 

Handcrafted Custom Home W/Views!
$35,999.58 Rental Income from June 2011 forward. This custom home overlooks the golf course and has amazing mountain views. All the custom features you are looking for are found right here.
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Price: $1,500,000
Get more information >

 

Are Homes In Gatlinburg Currently An Unbelievable Buy?

Mountain homes across the East Tennessee Smokies have been attractive investments for many years. A recent article through the National Association of Realtors cites some evidence that the U.S. housing market could recover in 2012. Everyone knows that 2011 was a tough year for our country’s housing market. The market has been struggling to find a bottom and build some momentum for most of this year. However, there are forces building that will eventually propel sales and improve prices. NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun thinks 2012 will show improvement. Currently the Chief Economist feels restrictive mortgage credit conditions are keeping home sales low. In addition, confidence among consumers has been uncertain. These major factors are holding the market back. When new jobs begin to increase an escalating buyer confidence will emerge. Demand will be driven by the increase in human population growth.

If we see the economic improvements in 2012 inventories of homes should decline aided by weak new home construction. The decline in home inventory would stabilize prices and perhaps drive them higher. Mortgage interest rates are also currently projected to move up in 2012.

None of the 2012 improvements are guaranteed to occur. However, our year-end market in 2011 has good factors for home buyers. First, prices are well off of their highs and the inventory of properties for sale is abundant. Second, for qualified buyers, mortgage interest rates are close to historical lows. In addition, many foreclosures and other distressed properties are forcing prices down. When market forces change and buyer confidence rises, demand will lower inventory and prices will rise. If real estate is in your plans go on our website and begin your search at home. When you narrow your possible residences to purchase, call and set up an appointment with our team of professionals. Everything we do is geared to find you the Smoky Mountain home of your dreams. Call today!

Here are a few of my featured listings:

 

Wonderful Family Home/Fenced Yard!!
Great family home with additional space for possible, media room, in-laws quarters, or teenage paradise. 2 car garage, fenced back yard, and close to Knoxville or Sevierville.
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Sevierville,TN
Price: $269,900
Get more information >
Mountain Streams/View/Private Home
Fantastic creekside location on 1.84 acres in beautiful Pittman Center. Enjoy the ridge top views and private mountain stream from this log cabin. If privacy is what you want this is it. Even a level driveway and easy parking. Comm swimming pool access.
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Pittman Center
Price: $299,900
Get more information >
Sky Walk To Balcony & Mountain Views
Want a great investment property? Then this is it! Already on a rental program and has a great rental history. Recently updated, offers private bedroom suites, and has a sky walk to balcony and mountain views.
Type: Single Family Home
Location: Chalet Village
Price: $229,900
Get more information >