adventures in knoxville real estate by suzy trotta

Knoxville Foreclosure Watch: February 1, 2012

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So, if the groundhog sees his shadow tomorrow, will we have 3 more months of this unseasonably warm weather, Watchers? This week on Knoxville Foreclosure Watch, active and pending listings were down a good bit, while closed foreclosure listings were almost triple what they were last week.

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Knoxville Neighborhood of the Week: Crestwood Hills

© 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved. This week Neighborhood of the Week heads back out west to revisit a large, affordable neighborhood that’s just a hop, skip and a jump away from a community swimming pool : Crestwood Hills. © 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved. Located between Middlebrook and Kingston Pike just west of Walker Springs and east of Cedar Bluff, Crestwood Hills is another one of Knoxville’s many 1960s/1970s era neighborhoods. That means there are plenty of nice big trees, many good size lots, and yes, you guessed it, tons of ranchers, split foyers and…

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Knoxville Neighborhood of the Week: Crestwood Hills

© 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved. This week Neighborhood of the Week heads back out west to revisit a large, affordable neighborhood that’s just a hop, skip and a jump away from a community swimming pool : Crestwood Hills. © 2008 Robert Stockdale Photography, All Rights Reserved. Located between Middlebrook and Kingston Pike just west of Walker Springs and east of Cedar Bluff, Crestwood Hills is another one of Knoxville’s many 1960s/1970s era neighborhoods. That means there are plenty of nice big trees, many good size lots, and yes, you guessed it, tons of ranchers, split foyers and…

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Neighborhood of the Week: Crestwood Hills

This week Neighborhood of the Week heads back out west to a large, affordable neighborhood that’s just a hop, skip and a jump away from a community swimming pool : Crestwood Hills. Located between Middlebrook and Kingston Pike just west of Walker Springs and east of Cedar Bluff, Crestwood Hills is another one of Knoxville’s many 1960s/1970s era neighborhoods. That means there are plenty of nice big trees, many good size lots, and yes, you guessed it, tons of ranchers, split foyers and split levels. Like nearby Gulf Park, Crestwood Hills has a community recreation center and swimming pool. There…

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