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Knoxville Real Estate Firm Hosts Career Night April 19

Posted by Kate Spears on April 10, 2012 in No Category
If you are a goal-driven, service-oriented entrepreneur who is serious about taking your career to the next level, then joining a Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, REALTORS® office may be the right choice. Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, REALTORS® has five offices in the east Tennessee area, and will be hosting a Career Night at each of their locations on Thursday, April 19 at 5:30 p.m.  The Principal Broker at each location will be present to answer any questions you may have about obtaining your Tenne... read more
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Located at the center of Knox County in Tennessee are three examples of historic buildings designed by some of America’s fine architects. Nationally renowned architects with works still standing in the city include Alfred B. Mullett (Greystone), John Russell Pope (H.L. Dulin House), and Edward Larrabee Barnes (Knoxville Museum of Art). Let’s consider these three men, and these three structures: Knoxville Museum of Art Designed by one of America's Finest Architects -- Edward Larrabee Barnes Greystone by Alfred ... read more
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Remodeling Projects that Pay Off the Best ROI

Posted by Kate Spears on April 02, 2012 in No Category
Whether you are certain you plan to sell your Knoxville home soon, or not, remodeling is always beneficial for two reasons: it protects the investment you have in your home, and it creates a more pleasant home for you to enjoy.  One of the important considerations in deciding which remodeling projects to do, is determining which remodeling projects pay off the best return on your investment. As of spring 2012, studies show that siding, window, and door replacement projects are returning more on resale than many oth... read more
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Relocation Tips From Your Knoxville Realtor

Posted by Kate Spears on March 30, 2012 in No Category
Knoxville World's Fair Park & Sunsphere Do you anticipate a relocation in the near future, but have to sell your home first? That situation can be stressful, especially if it is your first business related relocation.  Check out this great Realty Times article highlighting tips for making a stress free move. Here are a few relocation tips from your Knoxville realtor, that may make for a more smooth relocation: Contact a Realtor. As soon as possible, contact a realtor for relocation advice. If you plan to s... read more
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Knoxville is a great city to live in from an architectural perspective – it has a unique blend of old and new, with a mixture of architectural styles from various periods. Period buildings range from Greek Revival (Old City Hall), to the modern Knoxville Museum of Art. Let’s take a look at three examples of Knoxville architectural history: Knoxville Post Office. The Knoxville Post Office is an authentic example of the Art Deco architectural style designed by Baumann and Baumann architects, opening in 1943. The Old ... read more
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