Sequoyah Hills (Knoxville, TN)
By Jamie Smith
(Jamie Smith's Knoxville Real Estate Team at Keller Williams )
Sequoyah Hills, Knoxville Home For Sale Magnificent Sequoyah Hills classic home with recent renovations by Schmid and Rhodes. This beautiful Sequoyah Hills, Knoxville estate offers park-like grounds with a pool, sports court, pool house, and a guest apartment complete with a kitchen. This is all situated on a 4 plus acre, private lot in desirable Sequoyah Hills. The home features a state of the art smart home system which includes audio, lighting and elaborate security with cameras. This  Sequoyah Hills, Home is a masterpiece and an absolute must see for the discerning Knoxville buyer. Additional information on this home for sale is available by request.  For those new to the Knoxville area, Sequoyah Hills is a neighborhood in Knoxville, TN, located off Kingston Pike between the city's ...
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By Chiara Petro, Your KEY to Home Sweet Home - Knoxville TN
(eXp Realty - Angie Cody Team)
Today, I'd like to visit Sequoyah Hills, Knoxville TN.  This is one of the older and more stately areas, that is soaked in history. It is situated on a peninsula created by the Tennessee River between downtown Knoxville and West Knoxville, and is named for Cherokee Indian Sequoyah who developed the Cherokee alphabet. Sequoyah Hills is bordered on the east, west and south by the Tennessee River and Kingston Pike on the north. Sequoyah Hills was originally developed in the 1920's as an area for the rich to escape city life. Homes sit atop 40-foot bluffs giving residents sweeping views of the Tennessee River. There are a number of historical homes here, and one of the most notable homes currently on the market is a replica of the Washington Rotunda, built in 1928. For December 2011, there ...
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By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
Reading the weekly real estate transfers from the Knox County Register of Deeds office I see about the usual for the year number of property transfers recorded. This past week we had a total of 148   And as has been the case for 2009, mid to lower priced homes dominated the sales figures with the $100,000 to $150,000 the largest category once again. Since the $100,000 to $150,000 price range is such a hot place in an otherwise lackluster real estate market let's take a look at some of the homes that buyers found enticing enough to buy recently. This beautiful contemporary home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and a 2 car garage sold recently for $150,000   One level living with a nice level yard and sold for just $134,000   This great looking home in the Cedar Bluff Road area closed at just $1...
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By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
  The Knox Country Registrar of Deeds office recorded the following real estate transactions in Knox County this past week. More than $1,000,000                  2 $1,000,000 to $500,000               6 $300,000 to $500,000                21 $200,000 to $300,000                39 $150,000 to $200,000                51 $100,000 to $150,000                73 $50,000 to $100,000                  46 Under $50,000                           33 This beautiful Farragut home closed recently for $1,426,000 This spacious 2800 square foot Knox County home closed at $240,000   This attractive Knoxville home sold recently for $120,000   So as you can see by the number and quality of homes sold this past week in Knoxville and Knox County, area homes are still selling well and there are some great buys...
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By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
It's almost time for back to school purchases in Tennessee. To make things more bearable for parents, the state of Tennessee holds an annual sales tax holiday for school supplies and clothing. The sales tax holiday starts one minute after midnight Friday, August 1, and runs through 11:59 p.m. Sunday, August 3. Here's what qualifies: Most any clothing item priced under $100. No jewelry or sporting goods. You can use the layaway if you make final payment during the sales tax holiday period or put something that qualifies into layaway during that period and pay for it later. Schools supplies like binders, backpacks, pens, pencils, art supplies, etc. are included but referance books (do they still sell encyclopedias?) and computer peripherials like printers and CDs are NOT included. Compute...
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By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
We hear a lot about setting goals and how powerful they can be in our lives. It stands to reason that if you want to own a home of your own then setting a goal to make that a reality will make that happen more quickly and more surely than if you merely wish for it or think about it every now and then. Here are 5 tips that will greatly increase your chances of living in the home of your dreams much sooner than you thought possible.   First, and most important, you have got to write your goal down and be very specific what you're after. Don't just write; "I want to own a home.". Instead write; "I want to own a 2200 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 car garage home with a fireplace and a large, wooded lot.". Being specific lets your mind's eye see you goal and focus on achieving it.You...
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