Seriously, don’t cry for me, or for you, or for anyone or anything else. Be happy that I’m going away for a little while for a complete internet and phone detox. Trust me, it’s sorely needed.
This week, Neighborhood of the Week revisits one of West Knoxville’s oldest neighborhoods, which also happens to have a lot of Cool Homes You Can’t Afford in it: Sequoyah Hills.
This week Neighborhood of the Week heads to Bearden to revisit a little community just off the north leg of Northshore that may be one of West Knoxville’s best kept secrets: Westwood.
Here are a couple of charts to wrap up the year that was 2013. As fun as it is to track sales and pricing on a monthly basis, I think it’s also good to pull back a little bit and get the big picture at the end of long, hard year. And even though sales were down at the end of 2013 year over year, you can see by this first chart that we came a LONG way in 2013 over 2012. Check it:
Happy Snow Day, Watchers! So..before we get started…let me break some big news to you guys about some changes heading your way…
Ain’t nobody got time to get behind on their Home Sales Report blogging, and since I’m just now getting the December 2013 numbers out to you (and still have to write my 2013 Year End Wrap Up post!), let’s drive this thing like we stole it. Ready, set, GO!
The weekly poll can’t feel its toes. Go vote and try to warm it up a little.
So, yeah, last week’s Snowmageddon kind of got in the way of real life, but Foreclosure Watch is back and ready to rock once again! In this week’s installment, active foreclosure listings were WAY up, pending listings were WAY down, and closed listings stayed the same. Seriously, just when I think I can take my eyes off these darn things for a second…
Neighborhood of the Week? Yeah, not so much lately, but stick with me, folks. I’ll (hopefully) get back in the swing one of these days. Pinky swear