The NC REALTORS® Housing Opportunity Foundation - better known as Homes4NC -has partnered with Thomas McClain of Home Sweet Home Land Management Group and The Settings of Black Mountain to promote more affordability through a Homes4NC Dream House at the exclusive community in Black Mountain.
As sponsors of the Dream House, builder Thomas McClain
and The Settings
of Black Mountain will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this 2,699 sq. ft. custom-built home to Homes4NC so that it can increase affordable housing opportunities throughout the state.
Over the last four years, Homes4NC has given more than $175,000 to help low- and moderate-income families with their housing needs, including more than $25,000 in Western North Carolina.
Housing leaders came together October 17 to celebrate the completion of the Dream House and what it means to affordable housing efforts in the area.
Homes4NC director Bill Bass of Bass & Royster in Asheville said during the home's dedication, "The entire real estate community thanks Thomas McClain and The Settings of Black Mountain for their leadership and generosity.
McClain, who is set to lead the Asheville Homebuilders Association next year, added to Bass's comments saying, "Making sure that we have quality, affordable housing at all income levels is important to making our community strong.
That's why this effort by Homes4NC, Thomas McClain
, The Settings and Asheville REALTORS® is so important.
About Thomas McClain, Home Sweet Home Land Management Group Asheville native Thomas McClain started Home Sweet Home Land Management Group six years ago as a general contractor with an unlimited building license.
specialty is building quality homes for the growing family, custom homes and spec homes.
homes are built for gracious entertaining and luxury living.
takes immense pride in the style of home he
creates and his
close attention to detail is evident in the final product.
As is apparent when you enter his
homes - he
spares no expense to create a "Home Sweet Home".
For more information, call Thomas
at (828) 242-3465.