Over $130 Million in Career Sales
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Like many people, Scott discovered Asheville by working as a counselor at summer camp. In 2003, after 3 summers working at Camps Timberlake and Merri-Mac in Black Mountain, Scott moved to Asheville. He earned his real estate license in 2006 and has worked full-time as a Realtor ever since. His undergraduate and graduate degrees are both from the University of Mississippi (B.S. in Marketing & Management 2000, Master of Business Administration 2003).
Scott’s expertise is in listing and marketing real estate. His background is in internet marketing and e-commerce; as a result, his listings consistently receive 2-3 times more showings than the market average. He is also a Guild member of the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing, a designation reserved for agents who have extensive experience listing and selling properties over $1 million.
Scott’s approach to real estate is to educate his clients about the market as much as possible so that they can make an informed decision when it comes to pricing a listing or making an offer. His laid-back, friendly personality (remember, he’s a Southerner!) is refreshing to buyers and sellers alike.
Scott’s wife Lisa also holds a real estate license. They have 2 boys. When he’s not listing or selling real estate, Scott is probably standing in a river trying to entice a trout to take his fly, playing tennis, struggling to keep up with his sons on a snowboard, or reliving the glory days in the Asheville flag football league.
• Licensed since 2006 in North Carolina
• Ranked in the top 2% of all Realtors in Asheville in sales production since 2006
• Top-producing agent in Black Mountain in 2008, 2013-2015, 2018, and 2019
• Top-producing agent overall in Black Mountain since 2006
• Over $130 million in career sales
Areas of Expertise:
- Luxury Home Marketing
- Second Homes and Vacation Homes
- Short Sale and Foreclosure Listings
- Commercial Real Estate
- Multi-Family Properties
- Vacant Land