Vick Dyer Blog

Did you and your family enjoy the Museum of Appalachia’s Homecoming this fall? If you’re looking for more things to do in Knoxville, you may want to consider the Knoxville Food Tours. They are a great way to sample gourmet cuisine while learning about local history. This is an ideal outing for couples, families, larger groups, private parties, and more. Consider a walking tour on Fridays and Sundays or sign up for one of the two available van tours on Saturdays. All tours include at least six different ... read more
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When you are considering buying a home in Knoxville, you may not have considered how your credit score will affect your mortgage application. Many people are surprised to learn that they do not qualify for the interest rates that are frequently advertised. It is important to be aware of your credit rating and to do everything that you can to keep it strong. If you are not sure what your current credit rating is, there are a number of websites that offer free credit checks. A banker who is working on a mortgage appl... read more
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The historic Tennessee Theater of Knoxville will host the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra showcase selected works from the Leonard Bernstein classic Candide on the 17-18th of October. This Broadway has often been called “the most labored-over show in theater history” due to its long road to stage. While trying to condense the biting satire of famous French philosopher Voltaire into an operetta took decades to accomplish correctly, the music was instantly memorable. This one of those events in Knoxville you don’t... read more
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The current housing market is very fluid with many positive and negative factors influencing it. Many of these factors work for and against both buyers and sellers. Yet there is one metric which has declined which is good news of buyers and sellers of homes for sale in Knoxville are: days on the market or DOM. Metric Change The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) recently changed their methodology for how they measure how long homes listed for sale were on the market prior to selling. The newer method is felt t... read more
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Knoxville residents don’t want to miss the amazing entertainment that will take place during the 2012 Homecoming at the Museum of Appalachia. With three days of music, craft vendors, historical demonstrations, and food, this is one of the family friendly events in Knoxville that you’ll want to attend this fall. The homecoming festival features five stages of music with Southern Appalachian bluegrass, old-time country, gospel, and folk music from more than 400 musicians. There will be 175 artisans offeri... read more
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