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Arielle Walsh

Is 15 years long enough to be considered a local? Moving to Asheville in 2003 remains one of my happiest decisions. A proud alum of the UNCA Literature Department, I came for their Creative Writing program and stayed for the weather/porches/theater/friends/husband. In addition to my real estate license (2012), I’m a licensed NC Appraiser Trainee (2017) focusing on commercial real estate. Currently in the midst of working toward sitting for my General Appraiser’s License, it takes years of study and 1,000s of hours of practice. But I believe there is no better way to understand a multifaceted market area such as WNC than by observing its many parts. My extensive knowledge of the regions’s vibrant residential and commercial markets uniquely positions me to help sell or advise on a variety of properties. While I live in Asheville I routinely work in the surrounding counties and am familiar with their particular real estate climates. Helping clients has been and continues to be a tremendous honor.

I’m also member 45,896 of the British Cloud Appreciation Society, a volunteer and booster for Planned Parenthood South Atlantic, and a cat-mom to two cats, Truman and Rudy. My husband, Devin, and I also own and run Mountain Mojo, a coffee shop in nearby Fairview. When I’m not baking muffins, photographing a new listing, or touring a warehouse, I’m probably reading (avid bookworm), running, cracking open a new novel, or finishing a good book.