Acreage in Hixson! Come see this ranch style home on 11.0 acres and get the peace and quiet you’ve been longing for. This home has one car garage built-in with 3 bedrooms, optional Den or fourth bedroom. There is a partially unfinished basement that could be finished. The great wrap porch gives way to wooded and scenic views. There is a 3 bay, detached garage/workshop to store your cars, boats, ATVs, etc and an extra outbuilding for even more storage. This is a mechanic, craftsman, artists, etc…dream come true. All of this within minutes of schools, stores, Chester Frost, and more.
Retiring in Tennessee has some great advantages and one of those is the scenic landscapes and less population in Southeast Tennessee in the Chattanooga area. After all, it is Scenic City! Location! Nestled between the South Cumberland Mountains and the Appalachia, Chattanooga is convenient to the Cherokee National Forest, the Blue Ridge Mountains in North … Read more
Just because the home is “For Sale By Owner” doesn’t mean you should buy the home without a realtor. There are many things to look out for and be aware of when purchasing a home and most states have provided regulations to protect the buyer. If you’re not using a realtor to purchase a home … Read more
The Sate of Tennessee grants realtors the legal right to complete certain information in a binding agreement between Seller and Buyer. First, notice that each line in the contract is numbered on the left and when discussing questions you may have with your realtor you can include the line number which will help clarify your … Read more
The Sate of Tennessee grants realtors the legal right to complete certain information in a binding agreement between Seller and Buyer. This post will cover Section 1 and I will do my best to explain what is in it. Please to understand that I am not an attorney and can not give legal advice. This … Read more
Our number-one remote-working town in the US is Chattanooga, known as “Gig City,” which rolled out a citywide fiber network in 2010. As we recounted in a 2018 story, Chattanooga has been pushing hard to attract tech workers and companies based on its affordable real estate, business-friendly administrations, and widely available broadband internet. In 2019, according to the Census, 6.8% of Hamilton County, TN residents worked from home, compared with 5.7% of all Americans.