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Medal of Honor Museum Moving Downtown

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Medal of Honor Museum Moving Downtown CHATTANOOGA, TN.  “There will soon be a very special place downtown, where you can introduce your children to role models like Chattanooga’s own Charles H Coolidge and several other medal of honor recipients,” Bill Raines says the men can and will inspire. “The youth of today need some positive…

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Wedding Registry for a Down Payment 

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Wedding Registry for a Down Payment Many newlywed young couples do not need an apartment full of gadgets gotten off of a wedding registry before getting a home.  What they really want is a home of their own.  With rising home prices, rising lease rates, and school loans, it is hard for a young couple…

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Funding College with Real Estate

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Funding College with Real Estate Consider the goal of funding a child’s college education in the future. If “other people’s money” in the form of a scholarship is not a possibility, there still may be another way to use some “other people’s money.” A $25,000 investment into a mutual fund paying 5% would earn $1,250…

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Chattanooga Real Estate Market in May

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

The Chattanooga real estate market in May continued to be strong. Median Chattanooga home sales prices were up 6.6%. The Chattanooga homes for sale that were pending in the first 3 weeks of June were down by .1%  Over the past 3 months pending home sales have been up by .4%. The Chattanooga real estate…

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Government Money for Chattanooga Home Repairs

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

There are 2 new programs available to home owners who need help with their Chattanooga home repair. 1 of the programs is to help put new roofs on Chattanooga homes. The Chattanooga Community Housing Development (CCHDO) is offering forgivable grants to replace the roofs of homeowners who financially qualify for the grant.  The funding comes…

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Short Term Vacation Rental Ordinance Passes in Chattanooga

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

On Tuesday, June 27th, the Chattanooga City Council had an city council agenda meeting to decide what direction the City Council would go later that evening on several issues.  One of those issues was Short Term Vacation Rentals (STVRs).  A certain private school in the proposed STVR zone did not want to have STVRs nearby…

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4th of July Fireworks in Chattanooga TN

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

4th of July fireworks in Chattanooga TN. Where to See Fireworks in the Chattanooga Area: ​Lafayette Municipal Park ​- June 30th, 10 PM.​​​ Fairyland Club – ​July 1st around 8:30 PM (at dark)​​​. ​Lake Winnepesaukah – July 1st, 10 PM. Pops on the River – July 3rd @ Coolidge Park, 5 – 10 PM. Veteran’s Memorial Park…

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Emergency Kit for the Car

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Mickey Mantle said “If I knew I was going to live this long, I’d have taken better care of myself.” Similarly, if people planning their summer travel knew they were going to have an emergency, they would have the right things available. Only 5% of drivers carry all recommended emergency supplies in their cars. The…

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Are Airbnb’s Dangerous to Their Neighbors?

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Are Airbnb’s dangerous to their neighbors? It is unfortunate that 3 private school heads chose to appose Air BnB’s near their schools at the Chattanooga City Council meeting on Tuesday, June 13th.  The leaders of those 3 private schools called Airbnb’s places where sexual predators stay.  The truth is that Airbnb does a good amount…

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