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7 Ways to Manage the Stress of Moving   By:  Richard Barbee,  M.Ed., GRI, CRS Broker with Realty Executives Associates      Change is always a challenge.  Learning ways to change well is a major life skill.  Each year brings a number of transitions at home, at work, in relationships, and so on.  ...
10/22/2008
Interviewing a Real Estate Agent - Part 1           Many homeowners feel overwhelmed when it is time to list their property for sale.  Homeowners are flooded by a mountain of information about agents, companies, listing strategies, and more.  With over 4,000 licensed real estate agents and numero...
10/22/2008
  Living Space          We spend our lives in places and spaces.  Playgrounds, classrooms, worship centers, restaurants, and such serve as the background of memories and relationships.  Of all the spaces we inhabit, our homes carry special and permanent significance.  The romantic view is that ho...
10/22/2008
http://www.ci.knoxville.tn.us/  http://www.cityofknoxville.org/about/  http://www.knoxville.org/  Here are 3 links that provide helpful, relevant information on the Knoxville, TN area.  If you are thinking about relocating to Knoxville, TN, please check these out. I love Knoxville.  There are so ...
10/22/2008
http://www.forbes.com/lists/2007/1/07bestplaces_Knoxville-TN_2546.html The above link will take you to Forbes magazine's ranking of Knoxville, TN as the #5 overall location for locating your business.   I am proud of Knoxville, TN.  From the University of Tennessee to the Knoxville Zoo to the Oak...
10/22/2008
It is very easy to lose heart.  It is far too easy. Steadfast is one of my favorite words.  Can you see this word in action?  A traveler, stepping against the chilling winds, lowers his head with total resolve to move forward.  No steep road or falling rain could penetrate his decision to break t...
10/22/2008
In my view, very few people create extended, consistent wealth by doing only 1 thing well.  One example is Roger Staubach, great quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys in the 1970s.  Staubach completed 4 stellar years at the U.S. Naval Academy.  He served a commission for a few years of active service...
10/21/2008
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