Ashley Martin joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner Realtors as a sales associate in the company’s Woodruff office in Five Forks.
She has also worked in human resource management.
Martin holds an Associate’s degree in Equine Science and a Masters in Business Administration.
Jessica Moss joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner Realtors as a sales associate in the company’s Augusta Road office.
She has over 20 years of experience in sales, marketing and strategy.
Moss has experience in rentals, home flips and secondary suite construction.
Tom Owens joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner Realtors as a Sales Associate in the Pelham Road office.
He served in the Air Force and worked for over 20 years with the US Postal Service.
Wanda Alexander joined Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices C. Dan Joyner Realtors as a Sales Associate in the Pelham Road office.
She was a small business owner in Greenville for over 33 years and worked with builders, surveyors, landscapers, electricians, plumbers, roofers and all trades related to real estate.
Cliffs Realty closes over $129.7 million in second quarter transactions
Cliffs Realtythe official broker of The Cliffs, announced on July 21 that its brokerage teams closed 149 transactions totaling $129,758,578 in the second quarter of 2022.
Brokerage sales included:
- Over $35.7 Million – The Cliffs of Walnut Cove
- Over $48 million – The Cliffs at Glassy, The Cliffs at Mountain Park, and The Cliffs Valley
- Over $45.9 million – The Cliffs of Keowee Falls, The Cliffs of Keowee Springs and The Cliffs of Keowee Vineyards
For more information, visit cliffsliving.com/real-estate.
Terranova Group Recognized for Protecting Two Historic Charlotte Estates
The Terranova Group LLCa Greenville-based real estate developer, announced on August 11 that it had received the 2022 Preserver Award: Top Real Estate Developer from Preserve Mecklenburg Inc.
The company received an award in recognition of its efforts to protect and preserve two historic landmarks in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region:
- Frank R. McNinch House – a 100-year-old estate said to have been inspired by President George Washington’s home, Mt. Vernon
- Knowlton Shaw House – a 1928 estate that once housed one of Charlotte’s mayors
In addition to the preservation of these two historic homes, Terranova Group’s master plan includes transforming the grounds of the estates into new residential enclaves, including:
- Foxcroft Square on Sharon Lane – will include eight private residences with pre-designed but customizable house plans ranging from $2-2.5 million
- Mecklenburg Park near the entrance to the Charlotte Country Club – a collection of eight cottages, priced at $1.495 million. Adjacent to the cottages are two estate sized sites reserved for custom homes
“Terranova Group is an exemplary partner in Preserve Mecklenburg’s efforts to keep Charlotte’s history alive through the preservation of its oldest homes and businesses,” said Dan L. Morrill, founding member of Preserve Mecklenburg. “(Founder) Rob Haney understood the mission from the start. His vision and creativity in preserving the McNinch and Knowlton-Shaw houses in perpetuity while simultaneously developing new residences for families to build their own legacies is remarkable.
For more information, visit foxcroftplace.com or tnovagroup.com/mecklenburgpark.