Kathy Chieco

I am originally from New York City before moving to South Florida where I spent over 20 years. I moved to the Asheville/Weaverville area in 1997 where I owned and operated three very successful retail businesses. During this time I also operated as a Pharmaceutical Sales Representative.

Due to my love for the mountains and the people of Western North Carolina, I made the move into Real Estate in 2004. I was featured on a nationally televised program highlighting first time home buyers. The program, entitled "My First Home" aired in March of 2008 on The Learning Channel. I was featured as the Real Estate Professional helping and guiding one of my clients as they made their first home purchase.

I have been a consistent TOP PRODUCER in the real estate industry winning many local and national awards including:

CENTURY 21 BRONZE AWARD FOR SALES IN 2005

CENTURY 21 MASTERS RUBY AWARD IN 2006 AND 2007.

CENTURY 21 QUALITY SERVICE AWARD FOR 2009 AND 2010

CENTURY 21 PINNACLE SERVICE AWARD FOR 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 & 2016

CENTURY 21 MOUNTAIN LIFESTYLES TOP PRODUCER FOR 2012

CENTURY 21 EMERALD AWARD 2015

CENTURY 21 SILVER AWARD FOR 2012, 2014, and 2015

Kathy servers the needs of clients and customers in all areas of Western North Carolina.

When you think of Real Estate - Think KATHY.
Marshall, NC
Real Estate Market Information
Homes Owned: 256
Homes Rented: 134
Median Home Price: $117,600
Area Schools: 3
Best Score: 4/10
Average Score: 3.0

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Weaverville Regional Office

145 Garrison Branch Road, Weaverville NC 28787

Marshall, NC

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Closest Airport
Asheville Regional
Closest College
MARS HILL COLLEGE
Closest Major Sports Team
ASHEVILLE TOURISTS (A)
Closest Junior College
ASHEVILLE BUNCOMBE TECH COLLEGE

Demographic Data | Marshall, NC

Median Age: 43.62
Married: 45%
Households: 390

Overview

Population by Sex
441 Male
428 Female

Occupancy Types
70 Vacant
256 Owned
134 Rented

Employment

White/Blue Collar Jobs
45% White Collar
55% Blue Collar

Transportation to Work
98% Drive
0% Public Transportation
1% Walk/Bike/Other
1% Work from Home