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Wed Sep 17, 2014
LaVance Davis answered:
This is west Knoxville, very near to West Town Mall.
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Sat Apr 12, 2014
Danetta426 asked:
This question was asked from http://www.trulia.com/rental/3134456516-6000-Thorngrove-Pike-Knoxville-TN-37914
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Sat Apr 5, 2014
Bob Evridge answered:
It depends....which part of Farragut you live in. Or you might be able to get a transfer. Check out this http://www.kgis.org/portal/OnlineTools/SchoolZoneSearch.aspx to find out which school zone for a particular address. Also, you can read the schools transfer policy here http://knoxschools.org/modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/443879/File/policymanual/policy%20manual/j/JBCD.pdf?sessionid=18b884de79d636d984aa1af706ec213f

Hop this helps.
Bob
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Mon Jan 13, 2014
Cindy McLaughlin answered:
This is a great home in a great neighborhood. In fact, you would be my neighbor. The University of TN hospital is within 2 miles of this home with numerous doctor offices and close to the downtown and campus area. This neighborhood also has two walking tracks, lake access with a park for children, fishing dock, and free boat launch. If you would like to see this home, give me a call. ... more
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Sun Dec 22, 2013
Bob Evridge answered:
I'm not sure that there is any one "local expert" in apartment buildings for sale although I'm sure there are agents who may make that claim.

There is currently only one set of apartments for sale that exceed 100 units. It has 172 units. After that the number goes down to the 30's, 40's and 50's.

I'd be happy to send you information about the ones that are currently on the market. You can click on the link to my website to get my contact information.

Hope this helps.
Bob
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Thu Dec 19, 2013
Jennifer and Frank Goswitz answered:
Hey Jamara! Wilson is the Builder. Picture and home sure does look great! We have other listings with that look for less. Looking for the Ideal home let me know if we can help you.
Frank Goswitz
FGoswitz@gmail.com
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Thu Oct 31, 2013
Bob Evridge answered:
Not sure what your question is about this property. Care to elaborate?

Thanks,
Bob
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Mon Sep 9, 2013
Beth Yobe answered:
Hi! Typically the HOA covers water/sewer, trash, grounds maintenance, association insurance and the exterior upkeep of the buildings.

I would be happy to send you some condos on the market in that area if you are interested. ... more
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Wed Jul 3, 2013
Regina Santore answered:
Hi Angie,

I suspect you're right about it being (at least slightly) overpriced. A quick review of the bottom of that page shows that there have been several recent sales nearby, one on the same street. If you divide the sales price by the square footage on a home, you come up with a "price per square foot" which lets you more easily compare homes in an area. It's not foolproof; it can't always show you that a property had a MUCH better (or worse) location, or extra (or fewer) amenities, or a larger (or smaller) parcel of land. It can help you to see which might have been "fixer-uppers" and which were probably fully updated. Doing that indicates that this home is priced beyond even the highest recent sale for the area. Possibly there's a good reason for that, possibly not.

To be absolutely SURE of a good price for this home (or any other,) you need a real estate professional to review data directly from the MLS, because data you find on online sites is often inaccurate in substantial ways (and I wish I could explain why that is.) If you're interested in having me do that for you, just let me know. As your Buyer's Agent I would be bound to have your best interests in mind, and would help you to negotiate the best price possible for your new home. And once you got that accepted contract, I'd be there to guide you throughout the process, from inspections, to renegotiations, to closing. The best part is that all of these services from me to you are typically paid for by the seller.

You seem like the type of buyer who likes to be informed. I hope this post shows that that's what I like to deliver to my clients - information. I think we could work well together. Give me a call: (865) 742-3248.

Regina Santore, REALTOR
Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace REALTORS
140 Major Reynolds Place
Knoxville, TN 37919
(865) 584-4000
"You get MORE with Regina SANTORE"
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Tue Jul 2, 2013
Annette Lawrence answered:
I always take Tuesday off.
Nothing related to real estate, except updating my Mom, gets done on Tuesday.
This day, Tuesday is my renewal, restoration time.
It all about me and my inner well being on Tuesday.
I always take Tuesday off.

Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Grou[
Palm Harbor, FL
727.420.4041

After 30 years in real estate, adaptability, agility, flexibility, seeing real opportunity, has proven essential. Whenever asked this question I always repeat what ever day of the week the question is presented.
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Sat Jun 22, 2013
Nancy Mullins answered:
Hi - I actually live in Nine Oaks Subdivision and can answer any question you might have. We are midway between the interstate and Halls. Great location and a great neighborhood. Give me a call if you have any questions about this property or the neighborhood.

Nancy Mullins, Agent
Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace REALTORS ®
nancy.mullins@coldwellbanker.com
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Sun May 5, 2013
Patricia Aguilar answered:
Hi Edita here is a link about North Knoxville neignorhood,
http://www.city-data.com/neighborhood/North-Knoxville-Knoxville-TN.html,

North Knoxvile has lots of charming cozy historic houses, and beautiful parks and it very close and convenient to shopping, dining and schools and the downtown area.

If have more questions please feel free to contact me at patricia,aguilar@coldwellbanker.com
or to my cell 865-898-7725,

Patricia Aguilar

Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace Realtors®
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Mon Apr 22, 2013
Debbie Holloway answered:
Hansmore Place is in the Westmoreland Court Subdivision in West Knoxville, near the intersection of Morrell Road and Westland Drive. Not too many homes go up for sale in this neighborhood. The last home sold was in January of 2012. It sold for $299.000 however it was quite a bit larger than the home currently for sale. Prior to that, the last sale was in August of 2010 (which we actually sold). Let us know if we can answer anymore of your questions. If you are relocating from Florida, you will love Tennessee (I speak from experience because I lived in South Florida for 15 years :-) ... more
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Mon Mar 11, 2013
Cynthia answered:
Hi, I am Cynthia Cormany, REALTOR, the listing agent for this property. This particular property has a two car gargage under the gazebo which is located very close to the Main house. The second Home has a covered carport. There are also 2 other additional structures for equipment, one is attached to the 4 stall barn and it has 4 spaces for parking cars or equipment. The second structure is located near the guest house, the second house, and it has 3 spaces for cars or equipment. This is a very nice property with 14.9 acres that are level and include two seperate pastures. In the past the owners have rotated the horses from one pasture to the other and sold the hay. ... more
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Fri Dec 28, 2012
Kenya Stafford answered:
You never know if you'll get a buyer for one of your Open House showings or not. You just never know. Yes, there are statistics and opinions about what houses don't show well due to location, age, etc., however, if you never have an Open House for a particular property, you'll never know. In my opinion, it's such a small request from the seller that would make them happy and let them know we're trying. At the same time, yes you must be safe and stand firm on not having an open house, preferrably no more than monthly, because the property will get stale.

I will always do an Open House if my sellers wants one. It will make them happy and in return, I will feel that I'm meeting their needs.
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Tue Oct 9, 2012
Joni Ford answered:
I completely agree with Brent. We have such a unique and growing downtown community and I see home prices holding and increasing. The rental market is very strong, it's a no-brainer for investors!
Contact me for more information or assistance.
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Mon Jun 11, 2012
Tina Mounger answered:
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Mon Jun 11, 2012
Michael Allen answered:
The numbers that count are not 1 year ago but sine 2005 Dec.We are now back to 2002 prices.Last yr was pretty stable as we were at the lows
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Mon Jun 11, 2012
Michael Allen answered:
About 4300 5 yrs ago about 3200 now,Those numbers inclde all mls
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Wed Dec 8, 2010
marty hartsell answered:
Neely properties has several houses in the Fort and will be able to get you your 4/5 bedroom. I specialize in Fort Sanders sales if you know of someone looking to purchase. marty
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