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Chattanooga Events October 13th-15th, 2017

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Chattanooga events October 13th-15th, 2017 + Chattanooga Fall Festivals in October Events this Weekend: ​Incline Art Crawl – Friday & Saturday 6-10 PM ​Saturday & Sunday, 11 AM – 7 PM ​on Old Mountain Rd in St Elmo. Read More Here. Prater’s Mill Country Fair – October 14th 9 AM – 6 PM.  October 15th…

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Selling a Home Tips, What to Do Before Selling Your Home

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Selling Your Home Tips, What to Do Before Selling Your Home Here are a few items to take care of before putting your home up for sale.  This list can make the sale process quicker and easier. A pre-sale home inspection. An inspector will be able to give you a good indication of the trouble areas…

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Should I Hire a Large Real Estate Team?

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Should I Hire a Large Real Estate Team? Some real estate teams are great.  You do need to know that the 10 person+ real estate team will have you working with someone on the team other than the main face of the team most of the time.  Lately, I’ve even seen a team where one…

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6 Ways to Boost Your Curb Appeal

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

6 Ways to Boost Your Curb Appeal Daily Real Estate News | Tuesday, September 26, 2017 The exterior of the home creates a huge first impression. 99% of real estate pros say that curb appeal is a critical factor in attracting a buyer, according to the National Association of REALTORS®’ 2016 Remodeling Impact: Outdoor Features…

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How to Protect Your Chattanooga Real Estate Investment

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

It’s much easier to play a game when you know the rules so you can avoid mistakes that may keep you from winning. Chattanooga Homeownership isn’t a game but there are some rules that will protect your Chattanooga real estate investment and increase your enjoyment. Most people want a home of their own to raise…

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How Tax Reform Could Impacts Home Owners

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

How Tax Reform Could Impacts Home Owners Tax reform could limit or nullify the tax incentive to owning a home.  Taxes would rise on millions of middle class home owners and home prices could drop if the tax incentives of owning a home are taken away with tax reform. NAR (National Association of Realtors) says,…

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Lookout Mountain Wide Open House

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Lookout Mountain Wide Open House September 17th 11 Lookout Mountain homes will be open on September 17th, so get out there and check them out. Herman Walldorf & Co., Inc. Homes that will be open: 202 Red Riding Hood Trl, Lookout Mtn, GA. Open 2-4. 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,668 sq ft. Creek running through…

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Investing in Real Estate

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Investing in Real Estate The grass tends to look greener on the other side of the fence. Maybe that’s why some people invest in things they don’t understand. It has been said that the grass is just as hard to mow on the other side of the fence so stay with what your most familiar….

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Your Home’s Equity Could Be the Answer

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

A home equity line of credit, HELOC, is a mortgage loan made to homeowners to be used on an as-needed basis. A lender, such as a bank, will approve a borrower for a specified amount based on the equity in their home and all the necessary paperwork is signed to authorize the loan. The line…

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