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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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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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Consumer Sentiment about the Housing Market

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Consumer Sentiment about the Housing Market; Housing Opportunities & Market Experience By Nathan Walldorf, ABR, GREEN, GRI, SFR, e-Pro President, Greater Chattanooga Association of Realtors   The National Association of Realtors (NAR) recently began a new initiative called the Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) report to monitor consumer sentiment about the housing market. On…

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Chattanooga TN Riverpark Extension Opening Parties

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Chattanooga TN Riverpark Extension Opening Parties The TN Riverpark Extension opens today Friday, August 12th.  At 9:45 AM this morning the festivities began, but there are plenty more festivities coming up this weekend to celebrate the fact that the Riverwalk’s addition from Ross’s Landing to South Broad Street at the foot of Lookout Mountain is…

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Chattanooga May Be the Location for Upcoming Dept. Of Energy Facility

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

On May 23rd, the U.S. Department of Energy opened a new National Laboratory in Chattanooga, TN. The office is located inside of EPB in Chattanooga’s Innovation District.  This is a big deal for not just EPB, but Chattanooga as a whole, as it opens the door to the possibility of an even more serious relationship…

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Don’t Miss Chattanooga’s Sunbelt Ironman 70.3!

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

This weekend Chattanooga host the Ironman 70.3, offering gorgeous scenery and a relatively fast course, if you’re a super-athlete, that is!  Chattanooga is one of only 3 U.S. cities to host an Ironman qualifier for the World Championship Ironman 70.3. The 30 fastest racers, who qualify for the world championship, will be headed to Queensland,…

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Home Feature Trends in 2016

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Home Feature Trends in 2016 After selling real estate for 10 years, I have seen many different home feature trends. In the 80’s there were brass fixtures and wallpaper. In the late 50’s and early 60’s, Pepto-Bismol pink & baby blue tile was popular. I have even seen some gold speckled mirrors from the 70’s….

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Is Chattanooga Safe?

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Is Chattanooga Safe? Recently, the Riverfront Business and Resident Partnership in Chattanooga, TN had the Chief of Police, Fred Fletcher, as a visiting speaker. He had some very encouraging statistics to share as well and work for us to do as caring citizens. According to Chief Fletcher, Chattanooga is winning in the fight to keep…

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Chattanooga to Host the 2017 Ironman World Championship

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Chattanooga to host the 2017 Ironman World Championship Andrew Messick, the Chief Executive Officer of the Ironman competition, chose Chattanooga, TN to host the 2017 world championships for it’s beauty and for the way it captures the attention of athletes.  Messick compared Chattanooga to other beautiful areas of the world where the competition has been…

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Chattanooga Top 5 for Manufacturing Growth

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

According to the editors of Chief Executive Magazine, Chattanooga is one of the five best cities in the U.S. right now for growing manufacturing businesses.  Once nicknamed as the “Dynamo of Dixie,” Chattanooga has a history for it’s manufacturing power.  Several decades back, 40% of Chattanooga’s workforce was employed in manufacturing, but those numbers dropped so…

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