relocation: Day 102 of 365 Things To Do In Chattanooga, TN - 01/20/11 02:56 AM
Pink, Saturday January 22, 2011, Doors open at 6:30 p.m. at the Chattanooga Convention Center
Pink! is a celebration of life for breast cancer patients and survivors. It benefits the Memorial Foundation and the MaryEllen Locher Breast Centers at Memorial Hospital.
Pink! attendees will dance all night to live music by Party on the Moon (played Eli Manning's wedding in Cabo, Obama's inaugural and Donald Trump's new years eve party at Mar-a-Lago!) and have the chance to bid on premium items in a silent auction.
$200 Regular tickets include cocktails, dinner and entertainment. Regular tables of 8 are $1600 $350 Patron … (0 comments)

relocation: Signal Mountain Real Estate Shines in 2010-Signal Mountain, TN - 01/18/11 09:15 AM
Hot off the press!

Welcome to Signal Mountain and Beyond!  
Signal Mountain real estate sales outpaced the local TN area with "closed sales" up 12.8% over 2009. While the average sale price was down slightly by -- -3.1% the median price on homes was up 8%over 2009 at $285,000.
The slight downward pressure on average sale price contributed to the increase in sales and resulted in an overall drop in inventory from 11.7 months in 2009 to 9.1 months in 2010. This translates to fewer homes on the market and a great time … (0 comments)

relocation: Day 94: Sunday on Signal...starts on Saturday Nov. 13 & 14 - 11/17/10 01:02 PM
– Jeff & Patrice Wishmyer – Full Time Realtors®  with Keller Williams Realty here in Chattanooga are the real estate experts for anyone considering relocation to our "Scenic City".  We are passionate about this wonderful town! is quickly becoming the Relocation Guide for the Southeastern Tennessee area featuring housing, events, attractions, recreation, schools, dining, local news and much more. If you are considering buying or selling a home in the Southeastern Tennessee area...Put Us to Work for You Today! Call us at 423-503-6953 or 424-8749 or write Patrice & Jeff … (0 comments)

relocation: Day 92: Wine Over Water-Chattanooga, TN-Your Guide to Relocation, Real Estate, Heartbeat of Chattanooga, 365 Things To Do In Chattanooga, TN - 11/17/10 12:59 PM
Saturday, October 2, 2010 from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Enjoy a great evening supporting historic preservation Throughout the evening, local restaurants 212 Market, The Acropolis, Bluewater, Broad Street Grill, Easy Bistro, Foodworks, La Cabriole, Niko’s, St. John’s and Table 2 will offer a variety of tasting plates for purchase. Niedlov's and Bluff View bakeries will be providing complimentary breads with some available for purchase.
Saturday, October 2, 5 - 8 p.m. Walnut Street Bridge Enjoy the main event as you stroll the historic Walnut Street Bridge across the scenic Tennessee of the longest pedestrian bridges in the world, while sampling … (0 comments)

relocation: Day 84: Blue Moon Cruises-Chattanooga, TN - 08/29/10 01:18 PM
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Looking for something fun to do on the water in Chattanooga?
Blue Moon Cruises-Chattanooga, TN Come aboard the luxury 70-foot Skipperliner cruise boat for a leisurely adventure on the Tennessee River.
Blue Moon on the Tennessee River On the Blue Moon you will experience the historical, natural, geological and modern wonders around every bend of the Tennessee River Gorge.
The diverse landscape of the gorge provides habitats for more than a thousand varieties of plants, ferns, trees, grasses and flowers as well as a rich wildlife population. Nearly 200 different species of … (1 comments)

relocation: Day 87: Creative Discovery Museum-Chattanooga, TN - 08/29/10 12:29 PM
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Children have to be educated, but they have also to be left to educate themselves. ~Abbé Dimnet
We will be bringing Rozlyn back for more discovery.
Chattanooga's very own Creative Discovery Museum is recognized as one of the premier hands-on children museums in the region.
Tour Creative Discovery Museum Gather the young and young-at-heart and make plans now to visit us at Creative Discovery Museum. Whether it's for a couple of hours or a whole day, time spent at the Museum is worthwhile learning for the whole family.
Birthday Parties Party … (0 comments)

relocation: Blue Orchid Bistro-Signal Mountain and Beyond - 08/29/10 12:24 PM
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“It all comes back to the basic. Serve customers the best-tasting food at a good value in a clean, comfortable restaurant, and they'll keep coming back.” ~ Dave Thomas
Blue Orchid on Cherry Street in Dunlap, TN
Owners Linda and Randy Slomian and their daughter Executive Chef Christina Anderson trained at Johnson & Wales have brought a wonderful dining experience to the Sequatchie Valley.  Truth is, the Blue Orchid Bistro is an easy drive from just about anywhere, 25 minutes from Soddy-Daisy … (0 comments)

relocation: Day 64 of 365 Things To Do In Chattanooga, TN - Chattanooga Nature Center - 07/10/10 06:14 AM
When in nature...always leave it better than you found it!
Chattanooga Nature Center 30 years young Here in Chattanooga we are so fortunate to have The Chattanooga Nature Center with a  broad display of 30 native species including some that are endangered and/or threatened.
Red Wolf This includes the Red Wolf, one of North America's most endangered animals. There are only ~300 left in the world and CNC has two breeding pair of Red Wolves that are part of the Species Survival Plan.
Common Green Tree Frog Many different species of Reptiles, Amphibians, mammals and birds make up the residents at … (1 comments)

relocation: Chattanooga's growth since 2000 was the fastest in 3 decades - Watchout Knoxville! - 07/09/10 04:34 AM - Chattanooga Real Estate and Relocation Guide and the Heartbeat of the Scenic City!
Chattanooga's growth since 2000 was the fastest in three decades, edging it closer to Knoxville as Tennessee's third-biggest city, according to new census estimates.
After losing residents in the 1980s and growing a modest 2.5 percent in the 1990s, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that Chattanooga grew nearly 10.2 percent from 2000 to 2009.
But the Census Bureau estimates the region's fastest-growing cities were in nearby suburbs to the north and south of Chattanooga, while Chattanooga's oldest neighboring suburbs lost population during the decade.
In its … (1 comments)

relocation: Day 51 of 365 Things To Do In Chattanooga, TN - Hennen's Restaurant - 06/22/10 09:33 AM
Always exceeding expectations!
The Glass Enclosed Wine Room at Hennen' s - ChattanoogaAndBeyond
Located near the Aquarium and all things downtown Chattanooga, Hennen' s is a restaurant we enjoy taking friends, family or real estate clients to when they are visiting from out of town. With Riverbend happening it was our choice tonight.
Wonderful dining atmosphere at Hennen's “The staff is wonderfully trained, the ambiance is second to none in the city, they have a tremendous wine selection, and one of the highlights of the decor is the wine room, which is a large glass enclosed, climate controlled room that … (0 comments)

relocation: Day 46 of 365 Things To Do In Chattanooga, TN - Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park- Chattanooga - 06/12/10 10:19 AM
"We are not trying to entertain the critics. I'll take my chances with the public." - Walt Disney
Classic woody! Ride the Cannonball at Lake Winnie Lake Winnepesaukah, more commonly known as Lake Winnie, is a great, classic park that reminds me of the old Hershey Park back in the 60's. Lake Winnepesaukah opened in 1925 on the Georgia-Tennessee border just south of Chattanooga. Click here for a map and directions.
14 story free fall on the OH-ZONE! Keep in mind that kids under 18 must be accompanied by an adult and their are well published height requirements for most … (0 comments)

relocation: Day 38 of 365 Things To Do In Chattanooga, TN - Riverbend Festival 2010 - 06/03/10 03:24 AM
More than 100 bands for 9 days on 5 stages, downtown Chattanooga, TN.
Coke stage at Ross's Landing (just moved in place) -
More than 100 acts converge on Chattanooga for the nine day Riverbend Festival every June. Started in 1981 over 5 nights the festival has grown to up to 600,000 attendance during the festival and as many as 80,000 on a particular night.
Riverbend Festival 2010, June 11-19 Riverbend is the unofficial start of summer in Chattanooga with folks coming back year after year.
Let the show begin! - This year the festival will open … (0 comments)

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relocation: What a great commercial for our Scenic City, Chattanooga, TN - 05/26/10 02:32 PM
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relocation: Day 31 of 365 Things To Do In Chattanooga, TN - Boccaccia Ristorante Italiano - 05/26/10 02:26 PM
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Boccaccia Ristorante Italiano - Plans for our anniversary today included dinner at a restaurant that is new to us. We were excited to try something new but as we headed downtown we were drawn back to one of our favorites, Boccaccia Ristorante.
Located in the Southern Saddlery Building at 3077 Broad Street between Southside and St. Elmo in Chattanooga, Boccaccia is nestled in a restored brick building that provides a warm, relaxed atmosphere. Look for the wooden fencing just past the building because there is not much signage.
Outdoor dining at Boccaccia … (0 comments)

relocation: Day 32 of 365 Things To Do In Chattanooga, TN - Miller Plaza - 05/26/10 02:24 PM
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Urban park, pavilion, stage, weekday lunches and whole lotta fun! Miller Plaza downtown Chattanooga, TN Chattanooga's Miller Plaza is 26,000 square feet of urban park that was constructed at the intersection of Market Street and Martin Luther King Boulevard. The 5,600 square foot enclosed Waterhouse Pavilion provides a great lunchtime picnic and event venue. The stage, landscaping and  seating provide the perfect setting for many regular events including the Rhythm and Noon concert series, the Chattanooga Market Plaza Party on Thursdays and the Nightfall Concert Series on Friday evenings, late spring through September.
Lunch in the Waterhouse Pavilion … (2 comments)

relocation: Day 19 of 365 Things To Do In Chattanooga, TN - Raccoon Mountain - 05/21/10 05:43 AM
45 mile off road bicycle trail network on Raccoon Mountain...4 miles of tunnel in the mountain!
Off road bicyclists at TVA's Raccoon Mountain Vistors Center Today we took the drive out to Lookout Valley and up to Raccoon Mountain to the visitors center at TVA's Pumped-Storage Plant. It didn't take us long to see some wildlife and mountain bicyclists.
Intake/dishcarge entrance to the mountain As we traveled the road along the river (Nickajack Lake) the first evidence of the pump station is the baffle system located at the intake and discharge area. The ride up to the entrance is pleasant … (0 comments)

relocation: Glenn Miller Orchestra coming to Chattanooga Choo Choo - 05/21/10 05:40 AM You may start tapping your feet to this clip from Sun Valley anticipation of the return of the Glenn Miller Orchestra to Chattanooga on May 29, 2010 as part of the 100 year anniversary of the Choo Choo. [caption id="attachment_797" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Glenn Miller Orchestra playing Chattanooga Choo Choo"][/caption] … (0 comments)

relocation: Decision time in Chattanooga, May 28 - 05/19/10 08:25 AM Where will you be? Gregg Allman at First Tennessee Pavilion or Big Sam's Funky Nation at Nightfall or maybe shuttle back and forth!

relocation: Realtors advised to use the internet/blog their way to Volkswagen business! Potential Real Estate Boom! - 09/08/08 12:46 AM
“You need to develop some action plans to help handle the traffic,” said Taylor Jernigan, former president of the Montgomery (Ala.) Area Association of Realtors. Relocating executives “were coming in so fast at one point.” 
The message was clear, "Chattanooga Realtors looking to land Volkswagen business should step up their Internet advertising and prepare to show off the community, according to one Alabama agent who has experienced the opening of an automotive plant in his state.". Read the Times Free Press Article
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