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    • Buying an Investment and a Vacation

      Nestled snug in the Smoky Mountains, Sevier County is a premiere vacation spot. Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville offer year-round tourism appeal, from spring flowers blooming to summer camping adventures…

      Written by Jane Terrell
    • Real Estate Market Analysis

      August 2015 home sales analyses are in, and the news is good. On the national scale, new home sales have reached their post-recession peak, and have offered a glimpse into…

      Written by Jane Terrell
    • Hickory Hollow

      Sevierville’s neighborhood of Hickory Hollow looks as though it jumped off of a postcard. Steep, winding roads curve with the landscape, providing the homes with spectacular views. The Smoky Mountains…

      Written by Jane Terrell
    • Halloween Events in the Smokies

      Look out, Smoky Mountains! Little goblins, witches and pop culture references are about to overtake our hallowed hills. Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville offer a variety of exciting events to…

      Written by Jane Terrell
    • Fall Festivals

      Though the tendrils of summer are gently wrapped around October so far, with our temperatures still rising into the 70s, fall is slowly working its way in. From the crisp…

      Written by Jane Terrell
    • Making a Home in Wears Valley

      Scenic mountain views abound in Wears Valley, located between Pigeon Forge and Townsend. Wears Valley residents have their own entrance into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, America’s most visited…

      Written by Jane Terrell
    • Moonshine: A Smoky Mountain Pastime

      The Whisky Rebellion. Prohibition. The Roaring Twenties. From carriages to cars, the moonshine business has rumbled along mountain roads for hundreds of years, thriving on secrecy and darkness. Moonshine isn’t…

      Written by Jane Terrell

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