The BRC Survey Tool allows our Mountain Guides to quickly determine which North Carolina mountain communities are best for you.


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North Carolina Mountain Communities


Blue Ridge Communities was formed by a group of experts on the mountains of North Carolina to guide potential buyers through the process of analyzing the various areas in the NC Mountain region and help assist in locating a community that best fits a buyers needs. Whether you are just looking for some general information on the area or are interested in buying a home or home site in the short term, Blue Ridge Mountain Guides can provide all of the information needed without the pressure of contacting a development directly.

For those in search of Blue Ridge Mountain Properties, there are many options to choose from. Blowing Rock Real Estate and Blowing Rock Communities offer access to a quaint mountain town with all of the dining, cultural, entertainment and recreation options one would desire in the NC Mountain region. Boone Real Estate and Boone Communities offer access to a larger city feel with elements of a college town setting. Asheville Real Estate and Asheville Communities offer large city conveniences but the quaintness and cultural awareness of a mountain town. Waynesville is just a short drive from Asheville and offers all of the appeal of a quaint mountain town with modern conveniences.



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... continued These are challenging times in the US real estate market and the real estate in the North Carolina mountains is no exception. This can create opportunities as well as challenges.

Many offerings might seem like opportunities but turn into horror stories. Blue Ridge Communities has done your home work for you. On this web site we have provided general information about the regions and towns in the mountains as well as closely scrutinized all of the communities in this region.

What we have provided is a select group of communities that meet our stringent criteria to recommend to our clients. Like other similar businesses, Blue Ridge Communities is not compensated to represent developments. BRC hand picks developments to promote based on financial stability, development quality, life-style, access, quality maintenance programming, VALUE and reasonable dues and fees.

BRC receives a co-brokerage commission at the time of sale. All BRC mountain guides are concerned about is educating their clients, identifying communities that meet their clients needs and "guiding" them through the mountains to help them find what they are looking for.

They have the answers that you will never get from each community directly like: what have others paid when purchasing, is now the time to buy in a given community or is there a special incentive around the corner and what other concessions might be available from the developer.

In this market, most people who are in search of a retirement home, second home or permanent residence in the mountains are not interested in the high pressure tactics applied by many sales agents at various communities. This often leaves those interested in gaining knowledge and seeing various communities reluctant to ask questions and visit property. Since BRC guides and not tied to any one community, they are able to provide objective, credible data in a low pressure setting to assist in the process.

North Carolina mountain real estate has been targeted by many retirees and second home buyers for the quality of life and outdoor activities that exist in this area of North Carolina. North Carolina real estate has experienced and influx of buyers as many have migrated to both the coastal and mountain regions of the state. These mountain communities offer a wide array of activities which include golf, hiking, fly fishing and horse back riding. Many North Carolina mountain communities are gated, private communities.

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