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Challenges Seniors May Face When Looking to Buy a New Home

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Challenges Seniors May Face When Looking to Buy a New Home  Written by Jim Vogel Though some may think that buying a new home is a young man’s game, there are plenty of seniors out there who are busting that myth. There are plenty of reasons seniors want to buy new homes – to be…

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November Yard Prep

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

November Yard Prep As you’re getting your yard ready for the long winter, here are three to-dos. 1. Mulch. Apply winter mulch to perennials and roses after a hard frost and as the ground starts freezing, recommends the Morton Arboretum. 2. Bird-friendly space. Don’t snip the stems of perennials. Seed heads of coneflowers, black-eyed Susans, and others are…

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Home Lighting Conversion Plan

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Home Lighting Conversion Plan In 2007, Congress passed an energy act that required new energy-efficient standards for basic light bulbs. Standard incandescent bulbs are being phased out and eventually will be unavailable. The alternative bulbs differ considerably in price. LED bulbs are the most efficient, but they also cost the most. CFLs are a less…

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Tennessee is one of the cheapest places to live

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

Tennessee is one of the cheapest places to live The cost-of-living index, plus the cost of state income, property, and sales tax rates from the Tax Foundation, rates these states as the cheapest places to live.  Tennessee is number 3. 1. Mississippi 2. Arkansas 3. Tennessee 4. Kansas 5. Oklahoma 6. Missouri 7. Michigan 8….

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How to Protect Your Credit

by Nathan Walldorf in Blog.

How to Protect Your Credit One of the “big” three credit bureaus recently announced that a massive hack has exposed the personal information of up to 143 million people. To add perspective to that statement, that is about two-thirds of American credit card holders or close to half the population of the United States.  Part of…

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Chattanooga Events October 13th-15th, 2017

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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

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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?

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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

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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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