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Sun Nov 13, 2016
Armando Lopez asked:
I live in Maryviille, Tennessee and I work for Denso Automobile International Corporation.
I have a deep interest in a beautiful cabin setting in a beautiful location, and since I live…
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Wed Nov 4, 2015
Ericksonwd asked:
It takes me to my property but as a viewer and prospective buy vs as the person listing the property. Help!
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Wed Jul 22, 2015
Ericksonwd asked:
mail. So I am wondering if there is another way to list this on your site.

Thx,
Whitney Erickson
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Tue Apr 8, 2014
Cyndie Cornelius answered:
Mr Meadows,
Your question has been presented to me as a question about home buying in Townsend Tennessee.
Because of the answers below I am unsure of the question and where you are actually looking for real estate.
The truth is that the best way to look for property is to find an agent that is knowledgeable in the areas that you are looking in. Then interview that agent and make sure they HEAR you...so to speak.
If you do a good job in selecting an agent, you will have answers to any and all of your questions through one source and won't have to send emails to dozens of agents. As a buyer you want loyalty. Agents want loyalty as well, and will work very hard for you if they feel your commitment to them.
The truth is that these days, we are all inundated with emails.If you perhaps pick up the phone and call the agent to ask your question, you will indeed come closer to getting your answers quickly.
If you are looking in Townsend, as this question was proposed to me, give me a call. I am familiar with many of the properties on the market here, and I will be more than happy to answer your questions.
I am an Accredited Buyers Agent and I understand the buyers needs.
Hope this helps you.
Cyndie
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Sat Jan 18, 2014
Cyndie Cornelius answered:
Mr. Burke is correct in his analysis of your question and has answered it beautifully!
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Sat Jan 18, 2014
Cyndie Cornelius answered:
Relocation to a new area is always a bit scary. Knowing where to start, begins with some individual knowledge of what your experience is in the job market, as well as your desire to purchase or rent, available cash to accomplish this move etc. Townsend's location is convenient to a broad job market. From Knoxville, to Maryville, or even into Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, and Sevierville...you can find possibilities for employment.
I would start with the job market that is most suitable for me. Once that is in place, you will know where you should live to make reasonable commute possible.
Hope this helps.
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Sat Jan 18, 2014
Cyndie Cornelius answered:
Since your question has nothing attached to it, I can not tell which property you are referencing.
Here in Townsend, could be in a restricted area or an unrestricted area. In addition to deed restrictions, you must also check with the local governing body to see how much land is required per horse to be certain you are in compliance. If you have a specific property in mind, let me know, and I will check it out for you.

Cyndie
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Sat Jan 18, 2014
Cyndie Cornelius answered:
Hi Carol,
The closest hospital is Blount Memorial Hospital. It is a straight shot down 321 to Maryville.
At this point there is not one stoplight between Townsend and Maryville, so it is only about 20 minuets. It is a well thought of Hospital and I have had a couple of personal experiences, all good. I live in Townsend and I can tell you it is a great location. Far enough away from the hustle and bustle, but close enough to all the amenities of a small college town like Maryville.
45 minuets and you are in Downtown Knoxville.

Cyndie
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Sun Feb 24, 2013
Kimberly Hazel/ Melanie Hunley answered:
Blount county information shows about 50 inches of rainfall and 12 inches of snowfall annually.
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Sun Jul 8, 2012
Lka answered:
There is no home here. The home, which was two singlewide trailers with one roof over, have been removed. Presently there is an inhabited RV on property. This can be a Mobile Home, Park Model , RV property. This is zoned, unrestricted. There is city water, Sevier Electric with 30amp/50/amp and a 220- 7 breaker electric box, and septic. The lot is totally private, on dead end road with a Smokey Mountain VIEW. Taxes are $48 yrly. There is Comcast Cable and high speed internet ready to go.
Property is located .02 miles from National Park entrance, 9 miles to cades cove, 20 miles to Maryville, tn. Grocery store, Dollar General, Pizza Hut, Subway is 1 mile away. Completely private on dead end road and property is level, surrounded by 70 foot trees, with big grassy yard. Please call 352-682-3914. No e-mails please. For Sale $45K. I am the owner, LKA - call anytime.
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Thu May 17, 2012
mickey answered:
Gary,
I have some land with a well and septic. It is located in the Cosby area of Tennessee. It is located in the Sonshine Ridge Subdivision.


http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/Sonshine-Creek-Road-364-Cosby-TN-37722/2120337105_zpid/

Call me, Dottie Campbell, or my husband, Rusty if you are interested.
Thanks,
Dottie
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Tue Jun 7, 2011
Rudy McDowell answered:
HI, Tcvolino. These questions would be best answered by the lender you're considering gettig your HELOC through. But if used, lender you're doing your purchase through may frown on you using these type of funds. Typically you can't use borrowered funds (i.e. credit cards, student living allotments, HELOCs) to buy a home. Check with your lender first ... more
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Thu Apr 16, 2009
1stfinagroupltd answered:
Hello

Saw your posting online. I am a private lender willing to work with you. Flexible repayment terms and a timely closing schedule.We offer at typical rates of 4.7% APR. Get back via email for details. 1st.fingroup.ltd@gmail.com

Regards
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