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Henderson County Business

Deed transfers

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The following transfers were filed in the Register of Deeds office between April 29-May 3.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | homes | deed transfers

Henderson County Business

Developer seeks OK for 377 homes on Clear Creek Road

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The Asheville developer who proposed the Tap Root Farms development on Butler Bridge Road is seeking approval from the city of Hendersonville for another big development — 377 single-family homes and townhomes on either side of Clear Creek Road south of I-26.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | Tap Root development | Ken Jackson

Henderson County News

Reappraisal Q&A

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Tags: housing | real estate | 2019 tax reassessment | housing starts

Henderson County News

Mid-priced homes likely to see biggest appraisal spike

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There were as many tax office staffers on hand as there were taxpayers when Darlene Burgess, Henderson County’s tax administrator, convened the first public information session to explain the 2019 reappraisal. The crowds may get a lot bigger when the new home assessments hit mailboxes six weeks from now.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | local government budgets | 2019 tax reassessment | 2019 reappraisal | home construction | housing starts | 2019-20 county budget | 2019-20 local budgets

Etowah Business

Cummings Cove
 to add 34 homes

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ETOWAH — A developer plans to add 34 units in a Cummings Cove in a combination of single-family homes and duplexes designed to appeal to down-sizers.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | real estate

Henderson County Business

City OKs 67-home subdivision on Howard Gap

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Tags: housing | Hendersonville City Council | Development | affordable housing

Henderson County News

Habitat neighborhood wins affordable housing award

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Tags: housing | Habitat for Humanity | Dodd Meadows

Henderson County Business

Developer plans cottages on 90-acre site on U.S. 64

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LAUREL PARK — An Ohio developer that has built homes and apartments in the Carolinas has plans for 56 two-bedroom cottages on a 90-acre piece of land across from Hunters Crossing on U.S. 64.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | Laurel Park | Laurel Park Town Council

Etowah News

Etowah, Mills River good places to start

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A financial website has ranked Etowah and Mills River tops in the state for first-time homebuyers.   Read Story »

Tags: Mills River | housing | Etowah

Henderson County News

Housing construction surges in first quarter

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Tedd Pearce, owner of Tar Heel Construction Inc., has seen boom and bust in the home construction business.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | economy

Henderson County Business

Mills River retreats on affordable housing

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MILLS RIVER — Taking a tentative step toward higher density housing, the Mills River Town Board last week looked at a “middle ground” land-use proposal that would allow developments of quarter-acre lots for the first time.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | land-use planning | affordable housing

Henderson County Four Seasons Politics

LIGHTNING EDITORIAL: Mills River should face housing issue

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The Mills River Town Board last week accepted a recommendation on affordable housing like it was a hot potato.   Read Story »

Tags: Mills River | housing | economy | economic development

Henderson County News

Construction value rises

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The value of construction rose by 11 percent through the first eight months of the year despite a fall in the number permits issued for new residential units, the Henderson County Inspections Office said.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | economy | construction

Hendersonville Business

City Council OKs Foxchase expansion

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The Hendersonville City Council on Thursday authorized 10 more homes and a duplex in Foxchase off U.S. 64 East, brushing aside an on-street parking prohibition that some current residents wanted and the Planning Board recommended.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | Hendersonville City Council | real estate | Windsor Aughtry

Henderson County News

Grants available to remove old house trailers

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Henderson County residents with an abandoned manufactured home on their property are invited to apply for a grant to have the home removed.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | land-use planning

Henderson County Business

Foxchase expansion goes to City Council

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Foxchase, the Windsor Aughtry development that has been selling medium-priced homes at a fast clip, won a positive recommendation from the Hendersonville Planning Board to add 10 more single-family homes and a duplex on Half Moon Trail off U.S. 64 East.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | real estate

Henderson County Business

Home builders to make repairs for needy

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Each year the Hendersonville Home Builders Association holds an annual TEAM Day (Together Everyone Achieves More), which provides skilled labor to repair homes for elderly low-income residents of Henderson County.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | Housing Assistance Corp.

Mills River News

Mills River seeks input on multifamily housing

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The Mills River Planning Board wants to know what residents think about higher density housing.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | Mills River Town Board

Henderson County Opinion

LIGHTNING EDITORIAL: County should OK affordable housing project

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The Henderson County Board of Commissioners has a good record in helping to create jobs. Next week, the board will get a chance to do something for the people that work those jobs.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | Housing Assistance Corp. | land-use planning

Henderson County News

Housing agency carries on battle for 'workforce' apartments

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Advocates of affordable housing believed they had found an ideal site and chosen a well-designed attractive development that would provide apartments for 64 families.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | Housing Assistance Corp. | land-use planning

Flat Rock Business

Buyer wants to resurrect Braewood plan

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FLAT ROCK — A Fletcher developer who bought the 88-acre Braewood property in a foreclosure sale this month said he would like to resurrect a site plan that called for a 121-home residential development on West Blue Ridge Road next to the Mill House Lodge.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | Flat Rock Village Council | construction | Braewood

Henderson County Business

Housing construction up 29% in 2013

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The value of new residential construction is up 29 percent so far in 2013 while commercial building is running behind last year's level, Henderson County building inspections records show.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | economy | economic development | construction

Henderson County News

Housing agency grant will fund urgent repairs

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The Housing Assistance Corporation of Hendersonville has been awarded a $25,000 state grant to pay for urgent repair work on homes of low-income families.   Read Story »

Tags: housing | economy | Housing Assistance Corp.

Mills River News

Mills River cautiously eyes affordable housing

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MILLS RIVER—Mills River Town Manager Jaime Laughter says developers are showing increased interest in higher density housing, given the growth expected from the new Sierra Nevada brewery, a new supersized Ingles and a new sewer line serving the Jeffress Road area off N.C. 280.   Read Story »

Tags: housing