Fall in Knoxville Tennessee

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Real Estate Agent with Spin Realty

If you have never been to East Tennessee during October you are missing a color explosion.  The Smoky Mountains are alive with color as the Fall leaves display their colors.  Usually you can't get a room anywhere near Sevierville, Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg if you don't reserve them 6 months in advance.  But this year might be the exception.  With the economy still on the mends many of the hotels might still have some rooms available for those deciding on a last minute trip.   The weather is great this time of year with lows in the 50s and highs usually in the low 70s and little chance of rain.  This year seems to be following suit. 

Another burst of color comes from the University of Tennessee Volunteer football team.  You may not love the color orange but if you are in East Tennessee in the fall you will see it.  From senior citizens to infants Big Orange Country is ablaze in orange.  This year the Vols only have one game at home in October, but it is a big one, Alabama.  Bama will probably come in to Knoxville ranked number one in the nation.  And while the Vols are having a rough year you can bet that their will be enough Orange around Knoxville to let anyone know who the favorite home team is.  And just to warn you people dressed in Orange in Knoxville get really loud when they sing Rocky Top so feel right at home and join in. 

Along with these annual events the 2010 Parade of Homes in Knoxville is going on the first 3 weekends of October.  The Parade of Homes has 26 new homes in it this year scattered all over the Knoxville area.  From homes priced in the $200,000's to over $2 million you can find a house to fit your needs or a home builder to build just the right home.  You can check out information on the Parade at www.theparadeofhomesknoxville.com

And while you are in the area checking out the Fall Colors, Tennessee Football games or the Parade of Homes take a look at some of the beautiful East Tennessee Properties that are available for sale.  From a Mountain Log home to a Lake Front estate East Tennessee has it all.  From Golf front homes to downtown lofts the Knoxville area has it and more affordable than you might think.  With interest rates as low as they are, now is the best time you will ever have to buy a home.


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Greg Reynolds, Affiliate Broker, with Envirian Greater Knoxville Fine Homes in Knoxville TN.

Office #865-675-3788 - Mobile #865-388-2759 - www.Knoxville-Fine-Homes.com

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