Madison CountyMadison County Real Estate
There are 23 counties that make up the Mountain Region of North Carolina. The focus of this page is Madison County.
In 1851, Madison County, North Carolina was formed from Buncombe and Yancey Counties. It was named for President James Madison. The county seat located in Marshall was originally called Lapland and later it was renamed after the U.S. Chief Justice, John Marshall.
If are a property owner and are considering placing it on the market, this site contains resources for preparing your home for sale, selecting the right real estate agent, pricing your home appropriately, marketing it effectively, going through the inspection processes, and receiving a well thought out market evaluation.