Sometimes I like to drop some non numbers related real estate science and since we are still smack dab in the middle of High Listing Season, I thought it would be a good time to answer one of the most common questions I get not just this time of year, but pretty much all year long: “What do I need to do to get my house ready to sell?”
Yeah, so it’s hotter than July outside, but it’s just now time to take a look back at the May 2014 Home Sales Report numbers from the Knoxville Area Association of Realtors. Am I little late getting these to you? Maybe. Is that because the Knoxville real estate market has me busier than a one legged man in an ass kicking contest? Definitely. So, come on now, y’all, let’s hop to it!
This week Neighborhood of the Week stays in Farragut to revisit a large neighborhood with an even bigger sense of community: Village Green.
The weekly poll is trying to get an idea of how much its home is worth. Go vote and tell it to call a real estate agent.
Are you ready for the summer, Watchers? In this month’s installment of Foreclosure Watch, active listings were slightly up, pendings were slightly down and closings were way down. I think closings being down is simply due to the fact that there are just fewer foreclosure listings overall and closings were bound to fall off sooner or later. We’ll keep an eye on it in coming months, though. In closed listing news, 37918 has taken over the lead spot with 35 closed foreclosure listings so far this year. Now for the breakdown – Current Knox County Foreclosure Property Statistics* Current On-Market…
Who has two thumbs and feels like the pinball in the pinball machine right now? This gal. That’s right spring selling season (yes, it may feel like summer, but we’re not quite there yet), is still in full effect and is showing no signs of slowing down.
This week Neighborhood of the Week heads south down Alcoa Highway to revisit one of my personal favorite Knoxville ‘hoods: Lakemoor Hills.