Clarksville, TN Real Estate News

By Roland Woodworth, eXp Realty
(eXp Realty)
Like Dogs ? The Clarksville Fairgrounds is the place to be. The Clarksville Kennel Club is set to host the All Dog Breed Show, Obiedience and Rally Trial will be held on Saturday and Sunday April 26 & 27, 2008 This is the 23rd Annual ShowLocation: Clarksville, TN FairgroundsTo get more information on this years CKC Show visit the website at http://www.clarksvillekennelclub.com/  Premium List  Looking to BUY or SELL your home ?     Call Roland Woodworth of Keller Williams RealtyRolandWoodworth@TopProducer.com    http://www.clarksvillehomeinformation.com/  
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By Janie Masterson, Realtor GRI CLHMS - Trusted Real Estate Resource
(RE/MAX Executives)
Rivers & Spires  is an award-winning festival with live music, interactive entertainment, activities for the kids and great food on every street corner held in historic downtown Clarksville, Tenn.~April 17 - 19, 2008~Only 7 days until Rivers & Spires 2008!  All of my friends and colleagues will be attending this crazy fun street festival.  This is one of the most exciting events for the Spring and it's a great time to get out and have some fun!  If you are new to Clarksville, TN or just need to ask a question about the festival or need directions, please feel free to give me a call.  I look forward to seeing you there!  Janie Masterson  931 801-3348 Rivers & Spires is planned to have more than 100 performers on six stages. The headliners are:Friday, April 18Hypertension6 p.m.Downtown St...
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By Janie Masterson, Realtor GRI CLHMS - Trusted Real Estate Resource
(RE/MAX Executives)
Spring Fling at Dunbar Cave State Natural Area Clarksville, TN Saturday, April 26, 2008 Sponsored by: Friends of Dunbar Cave Warioto Audubon Chapter Tennessee Trails Association Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency ALL ACTIVITIES BEGIN AT THE VISITOR CENTER AND ARE FREE OF CHARGE. SOME PROGRAMS MAY OVERLAP TIMES; EVENT WILL BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE.  CHILDREN MUST BE SUPERVISED BY AN ADULT. 7:00-8:30 am - Early Morning Bird Hike Hike the trails at the park; watch and identify birds with members of the Warioto Audubon Chapter. Bring binoculars and field guides if you have them. 8:45-9:45 am - Backpacking with Tennessee Trail Association Merri Hinton, an experienced backpacker and long-distance hiker, will demonstrate the needed equipment for backpacking, day hiking and camping. 8:45-9:45 am ...
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By Janie Masterson, Realtor GRI CLHMS - Trusted Real Estate Resource
(RE/MAX Executives)
Dunbar Cave State Natural Area in Clarksville, TN attracts thousands of visitors each year to its natural beauty, scenic hiking trails and enchanting cavern. It also offers fishing, picnicking, golf and cave tours.  The historic 110-acre park was acquired by the state of Tennessee in 1973 and is dedicated to preserving the natural and cultural heritage of the area. History The 8.07-mile cave is the 75th longest cave in the United States and has been occupied by man for thousands of years. More than 30 rare cave drawings and etchings have been discovered in the cave and are on public display. While they can't be carbon dated because the process would destroy them, they are estimated to be a part of the Mississippian Era, which is around 700 to 1300 AD, based on remnants of torches found ...
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By Roland Woodworth, eXp Realty
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The North Tennessee State Fair Presents an Official State Championship Cook-Off4th Annual Gary Silvey's Backyard BBQ Cook-OffJuly 11-12, 2008Jaycees Activity Building Next to the Clarksville FairgroundsClick the links below to access enty forms. Pro Division Vendor App Back Yard Division Sponsored by Budweiser of Clarksville, H & H Contractors and Sites & Sutton Design & Marketing.All proceeds benefit the Gary Groves / Cameron Watts Scholarship Fund at Austin Peay State University
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By Roland Woodworth, eXp Realty
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It's Coming... 2008 North Tennessee State FairThe Clarksville Jaycees are proud to announce the dates for this years 2008 North Tennessee State FairThis year the fair is coming early and with a NEW carnival.... YES A new Carnival !!!Belle City Amusements will be providing our midway area for the 2008 season. June 13-22, 2008   Clarksville Fairgrounds This is going to be another GREAT FAIR and you will not want to miss itLooking for entry forms Click HereI look forward to seeing you at the fair.Roland Woodworth 2002 NTSF Chairman, Col. # 1068                
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By Roland Woodworth, eXp Realty
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It's Carnival time in Clarksville, TennesseeSt. Mary's Catholic School Carnival is coming to town on Wednesday April 9,2008 to Saturday April 12, 2008Tradeind's Shopping Center ( Madison Street near the Dollar movie )Hours: Wednesday - Friday 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM             Saturday 12:00 Noon to 10:00 PMFOOD, GAMES, RIDES FOR KIDS OF ALL AGESThis is OPEN to the PUBLICBe sure to come out and have a great time !
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By Roland Woodworth, eXp Realty
(eXp Realty)
If you have not heard the news, Clarksville has a NEW Classic Video Arcade. Retro's has a full snack bar as well if you are on your way to or from class.Located at 138 University Ave. just across from Austin Peay State University.                         Retro's has games for ALL ages... Play all day for only $6 per person. Just keep your armband and if you need to leave, you can come back later the same day and continue your play. This is a great way to learn to play the games that you always wanted to play without dropping all the Quarters.                            Meet our Security Team !                         
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By Nicole West
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I just want to take a moment to brag that I am going to be an aunt again.  I best friend in the world (Rachel) is gona to have a baaaaaby.  I am so excited.  She told me last month at my son's birthday party but told me I couldn't tell anyone.  Do you know how hard that was for me?  She told me I tell people now.  So, I am telling the world and I don't know any better way than to share it on Active Rain.  Gonna have a baaaaaby!
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By Roland Woodworth, eXp Realty
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By Janie Masterson, Realtor GRI CLHMS - Trusted Real Estate Resource
(RE/MAX Executives)
It is with great respect and honor that I welcome Kim James to Active Rain.  Kim and I work together here in Clarksville, TN and she is just a great person and a terrific Realtor.  Active Rain is going to provide Kim with the vehicle that she has been searching for....a great place to socialize with other Realtors and Associates of Real Estate, while learning everything she can about the business.  Kim brings with her a wealth of knowledge and she is always sharing her information with others.  She is just a doll, and I know you all are going to get to know her real soon.Kim, concentrate on the Newbie group and you won't go wrong.  Read, read, read, and watch those training videos....they are the best.Take Care, 
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By Janie Masterson, Realtor GRI CLHMS - Trusted Real Estate Resource
(RE/MAX Executives)
Realtors spend a lot of time in, on, and leading automobiles around town.  With the prices of gasoline going up, up, and out of sight, where should we turn?  Should we all go out a buy a new fuel efficient car?  If you are like me, you probably don't know the differences in the new "Green Cars."  I can't tell an EV from an FCV?  I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one.  I have been researching these new fuel efficent autos for a while now trying to decide which type and brand to buy.  I am all for the Green Thing these days, and I want to do my part, plus save a ton of money and the world!  What are these things? What happened to the cylinders, like 4,6 or 8?  Do we still have those?  Leather or cloth seats?  Now I know what that means.  Why make things so complicated? Here are the definit...
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By Janie Masterson, Realtor GRI CLHMS - Trusted Real Estate Resource
(RE/MAX Executives)
Clarksville TN Ranks 10th in nation in growthMARKETING A NEW IMAGE MAKEOVER GETS CREDIT FOR CLARKSVILLE, TN SUCCESSMore soldiers at Fort Campbell and a rising number of retirees moving a little closer to home have helped make Clarksville the nation's 10th-fastest-growing metropolitan area.The four counties in Tennessee and Kentucky that surround Fort Campbell grew nearly 4 percent from 2006 to 2007 and have shown a steady population increase over the past seven years, according to U.S. Census figures released today. The growth outpaced that of the Nashville metropolitan area, which includes the booming counties of Rutherford, Williamson, Wilson and Sumner. Nashville grew 2.34 percent, to rank 42nd.Clarksville economic officials are using the numbers to their advantage as they try to div...
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By Nicole West
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Here are a few tips for getting the most out of your truck rental experience.  For a more detail explanation of each tip: Click here.Book you truck early. It only takes two people to get a truck.   Determine length of rental.    Move mid-week or mid-month.  Drive safely. Start packing early. Get help early.  Ask about truck rental protection.  If you are renting a truck in Clarksville make sure to give me a call.  I am a Budget Truck Rental agent located at 2631 Ft. Campbell Blvd.  
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By Nicole West
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Cockroaches!  Need I say more.  You never know who used the boxes before you,  what was in the box (food???) nor do you know where the box has been.  I recommend you always buy new boxes when moving your household.  We offer new boxes at our location.  Purchase as many as you need.  We will give a full refund on unused boxes.  Provided we don't find any cockroaches or eggs. 
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By Roland Woodworth, eXp Realty
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30th Annual Queen City Road Race - April 13, 2008 - Austin Peay State University Governors StadiumFeaturing a challenging 5K Race through Downtown Clarksville, a 1-Mile Walk, 1-Mile Fun Runs and 1-Mile Wheelchair Races.For complete details click belowRegistration forms will be distributed beginning in February through local schools' physical education departments and at all locations of Cumberland Bank and Trust. Entry Fees $12 for the 5K Race before race day$15 for the 5K on race day$5 for all 1-Mile events (no late fee)This year's event will feature a new 5k relay race... we have a team and are ready to beat your team... sign up today! Contact InformationClarksville Parks & Recreation DepartmentClarksville, TNPhone: 931-645-7476=========================================================...
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By Janie Masterson, Realtor GRI CLHMS - Trusted Real Estate Resource
(RE/MAX Executives)
Clarksville, Tennessee Real Estate Is Strong!Clarksville is a beautiful city in Northwest Middle Tennessee.  I know you've heard of it, that is if you've been listening to the news lately.  Of course, the media likes to paint the terrible picture of the housing markets, but Clarksville is one to brag about.  Or at least I do.  Just this week, Clarksville was on the news again!  Did you know it's the 10th fastest growing city in the U.S.  The entire United States of America, and Clarksville is number 10.  Well, I want to take a moment and let you know what is contributing to this growth. And, to say thank you to everyone that reads this blog.  Without you, we would not be here.  According to the MLS in 2006, Clarksville-Montgomery County had a record setting year. There were 4,127 closed...
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By Roland Woodworth, eXp Realty
(eXp Realty)
Looking to BUY or SELL in  Clarksville and the surounding areas ?Call Roland Woodworth of Keller Williams RealtyLicensed in both Tennessee & KentuckyRoland can show you any home listed by any agent or any company.If you see any home on the net that interest you, call Roland to schedule an appointment to view.Looking to sell your home... Let Roland prepare a FREE Market Analysis for your home !RolandWoodworth@TopProducer.com    www.ClarksvilleHomeInformation.com 
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By Janie Masterson, Realtor GRI CLHMS - Trusted Real Estate Resource
(RE/MAX Executives)
 Middle Tennessee enjoys mild, pleasant weather most of the year amid the rolling hills at 500 feet above sea level.  Clrksville, TN is about the same number of feet above sea level as Birmingham, Al where I grew up.  Only on a few days of the year does the area experience severe hot or cold conditions.  Much of the annual rainfall occurs during the early spring and the late fall but a shower during any season is not unusual.  Yearly precipitation as a hole is moderate, with occasional snowfall during the winter.  The coldest month is January, during which the low averages 28 degrees; the warmest is July, with an average high of 90 degrees.  However, extremes do occur - Clarksville experienced well-below zero temperatures on December 22, 1989, and a cold snap every spring, usually aroun...
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By Roland Woodworth, eXp Realty
(eXp Realty)
  Get ready as Kickers does it again !LIVE IN CONCERT - APRIL 18, 2008COAL TRAIN & COWBOY TROY Kickers has seen some of the biggest names in the Country Music industry perform on it's stage. Names such as, Merle Haggard, David Alan Coe, Daryl Singletary, Doug Stone, Joe Diffie, Sammy Kershaw, Rhet Akins, Confederate Railroad, Richochet, Jeff Bates, Ken Mellons, Billy Dean, John Conlee, John Anderson, Johnny Lee, just to name a few.         ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  ~  Looking to BUY or SELL Real Estate in the Clarksville - Oak Grove - Ft. Campbell, KY area..Call Roland Woodworth of Keller Williams RealtyRolandWoodworth@TopProducer.comwww.ClarkvilleHomeInformation.com   
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