Explore Knoxville, TN

By Jimmy Collins, Knoxville Area Real Estate
(Century 21 Select Properties)
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If you have been through Knoxville lately you may have noticed that I-40 through downtown has been closed. It is part of a project the TN Department of Transportion has dubbed Smartfix 40. It has rerouted the through traffic to what was the Knoxville bypass I-640 and traffic north on I-75 onto I-...

By Rich Dansereau
(Positive Real Estate Professionals)
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Knoxville, Tennessee is home to the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. This 32,000 square foot facility was opened in June of 1999 and is the only facility of its kind dedicated to all levels of women's basketball. The theme of this magnificent facility is Honor the Past, Celebrate the Present, an...

By Rich Dansereau
(Positive Real Estate Professionals)
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. Knoxville is the home to the Universtiy of Tennessee at Knoxville! The university was founded as Blount College in 1794, two years before Tennessee became a state. In 1879 the name was changed to the University of Tennessee! Since it became designated in 1869 as the land grant universtiy in Ten...

By Danny Thornton, WordPress Guru
(R & D Art)
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When I lived in Roswell GA, I wrote a series of post on Suburban Atlanta where I highlighted different suburbs and areas of Atlanta. Well, I have decided to carry that on here in Knoxville and right about the suburbs here, but with a different twist. I am going to write about the many differnet c...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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April's figures show a total of 1,144 closed sales in the Knoxville market versus 1,416 sales in April of 2007. That's about a 20% drop in volume. The median priced Knoxville home this past April was $149,000 vs. $152,000 for the same time period in 2007. That means we're selling more of the les...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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is the title of a great article from U.S. News & World Report posted on Yahoo. Number 6 is my favorite.   Get preapproved before your start looking. Use the right tools, i.e. search sites. Personally I like my website best for our area searches. Use several websites to ensure you cover all the ho...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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OK, spring fever has finally caught up with me.For a cure, me and 2 other hiking buds took the day off this past Friday and did a nice 7.5 mile loop trail over in the Cataloochee Valley of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.The Cataloochee Valley is a fairly remote part of the park and is to...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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Here's the first quarter of 2008 sales report for the greater Knoxville, Tennessee area Home Sales Report Beginning 01/01/2008, Ending 03/31/2008 Single-Family Unit Sales by Price Bedrooms Other Statistics Price 2- 3 4+ Condos Sold Residential Active Condos Active Totals 369 1,493 543 334 18,774 ...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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Here's the March 2008 sales report for the great Knoxville, Tennessee area Home Sales Report Beginning 03/01/2008, Ending 03/31/2008 Single-Family Unit Sales by Price Bedrooms Other Statistics Price 2- 3 4+ Condos Sold Residential Active Condos Active Totals 138 581 211 121 14,117 2,037 Average P...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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Well, spring has official arrived in the greater Knoxville, Tennessee area. Lots of Robins in sight, I mowed our lawn for the 4th time yesterday, and the annual Dogwood Arts Festival is underway.Red Dogwood blossoms in Knoxville, TennesseeBilled as the "best 17 days of spring", Knoxville's Dogwoo...

By Robert Stockdale
(Robert Stockdale, Photography)
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The purpose of this blog will be to discuss issues related to photographing real estate properties that are for sale.  Topics will include equipment and lighting, common problems encountered in photographing interior and exterior real estate scenes, the purpose of photography as a part of the sal...

By Mike O'Neill
(Knoxtours.net)
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You can't take your clients for granted.  Sometimes real estate agents aren't realizing the time and the effort spent in photographing virtual home tours.  I'm always checking what agents are doing on the internet, I sometimes wonder how in the world real estate agents can let some of the photogr...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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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 ...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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That could be because copper theft has reached epidemic proportions in many states including Tennessee.I personally have been witness to two instances. One was a house I was showing and when we walked around back, the basement door had been kicked open, the copper water pipes cut loose with the w...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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Home Sales Report Beginning 02/01/2008, Ending 02/29/2008  Single-Family Unit Sales by Price  BedroomsOther StatisticsPrice2-34+Condos SoldResidential ActiveCondos ActiveTotals11750116711713,4461,992Average Price (in thousands $)71.8155.0303.0169.5264.9224.9Median Price (in thousands $)62.5145.02...

By Mike O'Neill
(Knoxtours.net)
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More than ever people are going to the internet for the information they're looking for, late at night they're searching for those properties with images that define what their dreams are.  "Nearly three out of four homebuyers now use the Internet as a tool when searching for a home, and those wh...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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Wow! This writer has obviously done her homework on ways to prevent plagiarizers from lifting your content and passing it off as their own.Besides the basic Google Alerts and Copyscape, she offers 98 others tips and techniques to make sure your original content stays your own. For example: "62. C...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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Home Sales Report Beginning 01/01/2008, Ending 01/31/2008 Single-Family Unit Sales by PriceBedroomsOther StatisticsPrice2-34+Condos SoldResidential ActiveCondos ActiveTotals1114121619913,3122,003Average Price (in thousands $)86.4161.8285.8173.3259.6231.1Median Price (in thousands $)66.0144.0218.0...

By Kimberly Estes
(East Tennessee Luxury Properties)
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With the Tennessee vs. Auburn game approaching this evening, I must admit I'm in a bit of a quandary.  Which team do I pull for?  I know many people in this area would inform me, politely I'm sure, that clearly there is only one choice.  I was born in Opelika, AL which is the town closest to Aub...

By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
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I'm sure the recent lawsuit filed against the Miami Realtor-Blogger has us all thinking more about what we write and maybe wondering if we're maybe crossing some unknown or unseen 'line' that could land us in court.A great article/blog written by Geanne Rosenberg, a Professor at City University o...

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