Explore Concord Farragut, TN
By Shawna Turner
(Smoky Mountain Realty )
Comments 0
  Good Day!   Knoxville has partly cloudy skies, 83 degrees with a 10% chance of rain today, Wednesday May 16, 2012.   The Knoxville real estate market is active and strong with many pending homes and many new ones coming on the market daily. Buyers are discovering the old saying "he who procrastinates, loses" is so true.  With the market becoming stronger, waiting can cost you the opportunity to find a great home.     If you are in the market for a great home and a fantastic deal, I can help!   The selling season is upon us and the buyers are now looking at homes. Many folks start their search now, so that they can close over the next several months! It is important whether buying or selling to be informed!  Check here for periodic updates or give me a call!   The newest listings for t...
By Christine McInerney, The McInerney Team, Knoxville TN Homes For Sale
(Great Life RE)
Comments 1
The Concord / Bluegrass subarea of Knoxville  TN area is located right in the middle of what is commonly referred to as West Knoxville in Knox County and is best known for its' friendly suburban feel, good schools, centrally located and convenient location, close proximity to area lakes (Lake Loudon), slew of area parks, and good shopping.  The Concord / Bluegrass area in nestled between the Northshore / Choto, Farragut, Westmoreland, Cedar Bluff subareas and many of the homes in the Northshore / Choto area are zoned for Bluegrass, AL Lotts, or Farragut Elementary, West Valley or Farragut Middle, and Bearden or Farragut High School.  If you are thinking of Selling or Buying a home in Concord / Bluegrass area you may be interested in this recent market report. Please note that these stat...
By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
Comments 7
Because Daylight Savings Time doesn't officially start in those states that observe it until NEXT Sunday morning at 2:00 AM.Those 'helpfull' folks in Congress (the ones with the 11% public approval rating ;-)) enacted an energy bill in 2005 that included extending Daylight Saving Time by about a month. As of 2007, DST starts the second Sunday of March and ends on the first Sunday of November.Here's the DST schedule for the next few years in case you want to get a head start: 2007: March 11 - Nov. 42008: March 9 - Nov. 22009: March 8 - Nov. 12010: March 14 - Nov. 72011: March 13 - Nov. 6Understand that the sun, moon, and stars still keep to their regular schedule but timewise, starting next Sunday morning, it will be dark a bit longer in your mornings and stay light a bit longer in your ...
By Grant Hessman, Grant Hessman
(Keller Williams Realty - Knoxville)
Comments 19
According to a recent RISMedia article, while 80% of prospective home buyers used the Internet last year to search for properties, only 42% visited an Open House.
By Jim Lee, Portsmouth NH Realtor, Portsmouth, NH
(RE/MAX Shoreline)
Comments 5
So I'm browsing through the MLS tonight searching for some homes to email a new client and all of a sudden I realize I'm getting confused about what time of year it is. In east Tennessee we have 4 very distinct seasons; there is no confusion at to when it's Summer, Spring, Winter, and Fall because of the colors and what's typically in bloom. After checking the calendar and confirming today is indeed the first day of August you might understand my confusion better when you see that I'm looking at home photos like these below.This photo with no leaves at all on the trees tells me this photo was likely made in the Winter. Wonder how long this home has been on the market?The photo below with the blooming pink Dogwood and other blooming bush in the background tells me this is a Spring shot; ...

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