Monthly Archives: December 2015

    • Repairs that Affect Home Value

      If your home is for sale, there may be countless things you’ve done to attract buyers. From de-cluttering to home staging, you’ve been busily preparing for showings and the buyers…

      Written by Jane Terrell
    • Bear Creek Crossing

      A rental resort community, Bear Creek Crossing is bursting with amenities, spectacular views and is conveniently located. Rental resort communities are the best option for a maximum return on investment…

      Written by Jane Terrell
    • Amenity or Deal Breaker?

      Whether you’re in the market searching for your dream home or trying to sell you home to move higher up the real estate ladder, it’s important to look at a…

      Written by Jane Terrell
    • The Homestead in Wears Valley

      The Homestead in Wears Valley offers the best of two worlds: mountain living with city convenience. Located in Sevierville with the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in its backyard, the…

      Written by Jane Terrell
    • The Crowd-Funding Effect

      From starting businesses to funding emergency medical care, crowd-funding has taken off and changed the way people see investing. It was only a matter of time before the same mentality…

      Written by Katie Harrison
    • Cobbly Nob: Amenities with a View

      Just ten minutes from downtown Gatlinburg, The Village of Cobbly Nob is surrounded by gorgeous views and bursting with amenities. The amenities, varied architecture and proximity to attractions make The…

      Written by Katie Harrison
    • Winter Home Sales

      Each season has its own impact on home sales, and winter is no exception. Winter has long been saddled as the worst time of year to sell a home, as…

      Written by Katie Harrison

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