Call us at 423-664-1900

Dog-Friendly Neighborhoods: Red Bank

When looking for a home, we have found many people keep their furry friend’s needs at the top of the list. We thought we’d rate some popular neighborhoods in the area on their dog-friendly options to help you narrow down your home search. To start we rated Red Bank, a popular neighborhood due to the affordability... Read more »

Top 10 Home Inspection Prep Tips

You’ve accepted an offer on your home, congratulations! Now you have a home inspection, a process you may feel anxious over. Thanks to Chattanooga Home Inspectors, we know ten things to address to ensure that simple issues are avoided altogether. Vegetation comes in contact with the structure Vegetation against your home can be viewed by bugs as... Read more »

Marie Kondo Your Move

We specialize in helping you sell and/or buy your home but often there are steps behind the scenes that can boost your chances of making the selling process faster and the moving process easier. If you are someone who needs to sell their home before they move into another, the to-do list might feel daunting.... Read more »

2017 Real Estate Recap

And that’s a wrap…. the 2017 Real Estate Market is closed out and buyers and sellers are marching forward into the new year. Let’s take a minute to recap what happened over the past 12 months. Closed Sales of residential units were up +1.1% for the year, thus closing out a total of 9,766 sales... Read more »

2018 Real Estate “Projections”

Over the last 12 months, many of the topics in this space have used past sales and statistics to provide insights and information. Today we will take a moment to look into 2018 and share some of my personal predictions. Home sales in the Greater Chattanooga region will continue along a positive path in 2018. ... Read more »

“Surban” Living Gains Momentum!

One of the hottest trends in the real estate industry across the country is the merger of suburban and urban areas to create a living style now known as “surban.” Urban planners have historically used the term “mixed use” areas as the descriptor word for a community that offers greater walkability to retail and restaurants... Read more »

“Santa” delivers a bag full of gifts

Old St. Nick delivered a sack full of good news for the Greater Chattanooga housing community with the November market report! Closed sales for the month of November were up +5.7% to the same month last year, which leaves the market with a +1.4% increase Year to Date. Keep in mind that sales in 2016... Read more »

Plan NOW if selling a home in 2018

So, you are thinking about selling your home next summer, because that’s the busiest time of the year for real estate sales. While this is a true statement, take a moment to consider why you should go ahead and call a Realtor now. The traditional mindset has been that you put your house up for... Read more »

Hurry up and Wait

On a recent business trip, I realized there are numerous parallels between airline travel today and a home purchase.  At times both processes are a case of “hurry up and wait”. Most airline travelers today, book their flight in advance and arrive early on the day of travel to ensure they are ready to go.  This... Read more »

Proposed tax reform hurts homeowners

Federal Income tax reform is a hot topic in Washington right now and some elements being discussed may actually harm middle class homeowners, according to the National Association of Realtors. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) issued a “call to action” this past week for its 1.3 million members to contact their Senators and Congressmen... Read more »
Why create a free account ? Sign up for Free
We provide you
Advanced Search System
Favorite & Saved Searches
Instant Property Updates
Enhanced Client Dashboard
And it’s Totally Free !
First Name:
Last Name:
Email address:

Phone Number: