Bowen National Research recently completed a regional housing needs assessment for the city of Asheville, North Carolina that included analyses of the city of Asheville and the four-county region of Buncombe, Henderson, Madison and Transylvania counties. The principal, Patrick Bowen, had the opportunity to present the study several times last week to groups of city officials around the Asheville area.
Bowen National Research is an Ohio-based real estate research firm that conducts a variety of real estate studies throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. Notable studies recently completed by the firm include studies of Springfield (Illinois), Morgantown (West Virginia), Nederland (Colorado), Joplin (Missouri), Evansville (Indiana) and a statewide analysis of Vermont. According to the firm’s President, Patrick Bowen, “Government entities understand the value of the comprehensive housing and retail studies our firm provides and the benefits they offer as a key element to their strategic planning and marketing efforts. Plus, our clients benefit from our experience of evaluating growing and stagnant markets, small towns to entire states, and even studies focused on neighborhoods or downtowns.”
These types of large-scale reports are very beneficial for city, county and state governments, as well as the private sector, as they illustrate the current and future demographic, economic, and housing trends of the selected area. These reports are valued as an essential planning tool for our clients and bring to light issues that may have never been discovered otherwise. This particular report highlights on the overall issue that the city of Asheville is predicted to face: large demographic growth and lack of available housing. To read more about the report please see the link below of the news article summarizing the study or contact Patrick Bowen at email@example.com or at 614-833-9300. You can also visit our website for additional information at www.bowennational.com.