A boost in manufacturing will create more jobs, which would boost the economy, which in turn would result in healthier real estate markets throughout the region...
Murphy, NC (PRWEB) July 1, 2010
Manufacturing has always been considered a major industry in most of Western North Carolina, particularly in Cherokee County, though a large percentage of that industry has disappeared through the years. This has mostly been due to manufacturers relocating their operations to places like Asia in order to cut down on production costs. With the recent problems on increasing quality issues like tainted food and hazardous chemicals found in products manufactured overseas, however, some off shored operations are making a gradual return to America, which is welcome news to Broker/Realtor and Murphy, NC land developer Dex Hubbard.
"A boost in manufacturing will create more jobs, which would boost the economy, which in turn would result in healthier real estate markets throughout the region," says Hubbard, a noted expert in Western North Carolina and Murphy real estate.
Located in Cherokee County, Murphy effortlessly blends small-town charm, numerous attractions, and recreational opportunities amidst the magnificent backdrop of the Appalachian Mountains. It's an irresistible package that constantly attracts visitors and homebuyers looking for Murphy, NC homes that are available for sale. With its laidback local atmosphere and strong sense of community spirit, Murphy is an ideal place for families and retirees, as well as for owning secondary or vacation homes. An abundance of outdoor recreation awaits residents and visitors alike, ranging from golf to horseback riding, to fishing and white water rafting.
Born and raised in North Carolina, Dex specializes in properties throughout the region, among them real estate in Murphy, Robbinsville, Hayesville, and Andrews, plus properties in nearby areas like Union County, Young Harris, and Blue Ridge. "Western North Carolina is a truly special place to live in, and I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else," he adds.