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Beginning January 1st of 2009 the current, 2 out of 5, tax rule will change. Currently if you’ve lived in your Knoxville or Farragut, Tennessee home as your principal residence for any 2, doesn’t have to be consecutive, just cumulative, of the previous 5 years you can exclude up to $500,000 of g...
Those of us fortunate to live in the greater Knoxville, Tennessee have a unique opportunity to enjoy camping and hiking in the nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park. There are over 800 miles of great hiking trails in the back country of the Smokies and many, many beautiful spots to enjoy. Bu...
Before examining the latest Knoxville area real estate sales data I want to touch briefly on some misconceptions potential buyers may have about the local market. There is an overload of negative economic news floating around out there and a lot of it is tied directly to the housing market. Unfor...
My newest listing. It's located in the Gibbs section of east Knox County in a beautiful country setting. Enjoy the down-home values of this delightful 3 or 4 bedroom, 2+ bath, two story in fine condition enhanced by mountain view. Lovely details in this welcoming residence include hardwood floori...
Programs like the ones Congress is doing away with at the end of September 2009 have helped over a million US families, primarily first time buyers, buy homes. The cost to the US taxpayers for all of these programs has been exactly $0.00 Congress needs to take another look at this one.
Fall oficially begins September 22nd in east Tennessee and there's always a lineup of great outdoor activities to get you outside to enjoy the cool air and colorful leaves. The Obed Wild & Scenic River is pretty much the same way now as it was in the late 1700s when the first white settlers walke...
Here's a collection of truly hard to understand traffic signs. I'm sure some of them make perfect sense to area residents but if happen to just be passing it.   For instance, does the sign below mean you can't make a left turn unless there are no planes in sight? Onl...

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