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Tennessee's a Desirable Place to Live! A recently released Harris Interactive poll asked Americans where they would choose to live if they did not live in the state where they are now. 2,498 U.S. adults were surveyed online between August 10 and 18, 2009, and Tennessee made the top 10! 1. Califor...
10/12/2009
When buying a home in Knoxville TN, most of the home buyer's effort is put into finding the right home. But very little thought is usually put into writing the purchase offer. Often the real estate agent drags out a "standard purchase contract." The truth is there is no such thing as a standard p...
07/12/2009
A number of reasons exist for wanting to sell off your house quickly. You can avoid the stress of worrying about whether or not your house will sell while it is on the market. Your property is going to appear to be worth less the more time it spends on the market. Ultimately, quick sales are much...
07/10/2009
Raise your deductible. If you can afford to pay more toward a loss that occurs, your premiums will be lower. Buy your homeowners and auto policies from the same company. You'll usually qualify for a discount. But make sure that the savings really yields the lowest price. Make your home less susc...
06/14/2009
Send change of address to: * Post Office: give forwarding address * Charge accounts, credit cards * Subscriptions: notice requires several weeks * Friends and relatives * Bank: transfer funds, arrange check-cashing in new city * Insurance: life, health, and auto * Automobile: transfer of car titl...
06/08/2009
Today one of my local competitors / friends showed up on Twitter I saw that there were 3 tweets promoting his website and realized he had created 3 Twitter accounts.  Ok, a few people think and find ways to use more than one account.  One of his accounts used a community name and then the word RE...
06/01/2009
In 2008, Congress enacted a $7500 tax credit designed to be an incentive for first‐time homebuyers to purchase a home. The credit was designed as a mechanism to decrease the over‐supply of homes for sale. For 2009, Congress has increased the credit to $8000 and made several additional improvement...
05/25/2009
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