Looking to build? We can help!

As we wrapped up 2019 – a year of watching building begin to make a comeback – we saw resorts expand into new areas, new resorts begin to develop, and cabins to be built in new areas across the county. Wears Valley quickly became a popular destination choice as visitors discovered the roads that lead […]

Gatlinburg investment property is fantastic opportunity!

Gatlinburg investment property

Our featured “Cabin of the Month” for June is a great investment property in Gatlinburg! Measuring nearly 3,000 square feet in all, this investment property’s 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 2 half baths offer plenty of space for vacationing guests! Located right next to the National Park in Gatlinburg Falls Resort, this cabin is performing […]

Indoor swimming pools keep your cabin booked year round!

indoor swimming pools

If you’ve ever thought about ways to increase your rental income, this topic about indoor swimming pools is for you. One of the things we do to help our cabin owners in maximizing the return on their investment is to keep up with the trends and amenities that are the most appealing in our clients’ […]

Vacation cabins are still possible, even in a sellers’ market

With the shortage of cabins on the market and the high demand to replace them by people who lost their cabin in the wildfires almost a year ago, those of you who dream of having a vacation home in the Smokies are facing some tough competition from buyers with insurance checks in hand. But you […]

Should I buy a condo or a cabin?

Should I buy a condo or a cabin?

When people call about buying vacation or investment property, one of the first questions I am often asked is, “Should I buy a condo or a cabin?” The answer is, “Yes, you should!” Both have great, attractive qualities and serve specific goals, so it really comes down to what your personal preference is for owning […]

Fire forces evacuation of Gatlinburg

Prayers for Gatlinburg after fire All of us at Century 21 MVP are so devastated to see our community ravaged this week by a raging fire that quickly swept across 500 acres of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, into Gatlinburg, and down toward Pigeon Forge. As many of you have heard by now, a fire […]