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Author Bio: Tre Pryor, a lifelong resident of Louisville, is a Realtor® with RE/MAX Champions. A graduate of the University of Louisville with a degree in Marketing, he has 18 years of professional experience including consultation work for Fortune 200 companies. He uses his extensive Internet expertise to help his real estate clients realize superior results. Tre lives with his wife, three sons and daughter in the Springhurst area of Louisville. Mr. Pryor is also the Editor-in-Chief of the LouisvilleHomesBlog.com where visitors can get targeted real estate news and advice for home buyers and sellers in the Louisville area. View All AR Posts By Tre Pryor Louisville Real Estate LouisvilleHomesBlog.com Tre Pryor on Google+
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Take a look at this kitchen! Looks brand new right? Would you be surprised to find out that the home is 3 years old? De-cluttered and clean this Louisville kitchen is a winner! As you might have heard, it's a buyer's market. Which is great! If you're a buyer. But most of us have to sell our curr...
10/04/2010
Predicting the future is always a tricky business. Nothing is a "sure thing." There are no "locks." Learning from the past and studying trends is about all the real estate prognosticator can do. Dr. Alex Villacorta is a statistician who works for Clear Capital, a company that studies all things r...
09/30/2010
With a great variety of house styles, Crescent Hill is a great draw for buyers looking for lots of character in their home. One of the early East End communities in Louisville, Crescent Hill has a great deal of variety and tradition. Big homes, small homes, flat lots, sloping fallaway lots, it’s...
09/30/2010
Here you see a great example of a grand home in The Highlands If there’s a hot spot in Louisville real estate, it’s the Highlands. In fact, the Highlands are so popular that neighboring subdivions have “borrowed” the Highlands name for themselves so it’s tough to know where the Highlands begins ...
09/30/2010
Indian Springs is one of my favorite neighborhoods in Louisville's East End. Partly because we used to live there. It's a great place! Another reason is because like GlenOaks, Glenmary, Hurstbourne, Lake Forest and Polo Fields the neighborhood is built around a beautiful, green golf course. Give...
06/14/2010
Glenmary is an outstanding community off Bardstown Road just south of the Gene Snyder. It began in the late 1980's and is continuing strong today with new homes being built in the Glenmary Estates section of the neighborhood. Similar to GlenOaks, Lake Forest and Hurstbourne, Glenmary is carefull...
05/11/2010
The Bridges of Razor Creek is a new development within Jeffersontown that began in 2004 and is filling out nicely. Elite Homes, famous for their Extreme Makeover Home Edition build for the Hughes Family, is both the developer and builder for this community. The development is off a less busy str...
04/01/2010
The CJ did a little piece on Monday about where the new construction numbers are and where they're heading. It should be no surprise to anyone following the situation that most of the action is taking place at the low end of the price range due to the Federal home buyer's tax incentives, but I di...
02/03/2010
Graymoor-Devondale is an unassuming neighborhood in an amazing part of town. Close to shopping, schools, the expressway and just minutes from Downtown, this neighborhood really does have it all. Just north of Lyndon, Graymoor-Devondale is the merger of two previously separate neighborhoods. Also...
01/16/2010
Last year I wrote a Louisville Kentucky Real Estate Review of 2008 focused primarily on home values. This year, I thought I'd do something a little more fun. I took some time to look through all the big stories of 2009, with an eye on Louisville real estate to see which ones have had the biggest ...
12/31/2009
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