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Knoxville Home Sales Report: March 2018

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Deep Thoughts

  • It's still a strong sellers market. Don't worry, buyers, this too shall pass. 
  • I have 99 problems, and only 1 listing. Seriously, there are no listings and that's making a lot of problems.  
  • The Fed bumped rates, but are still pretty low. However, they are saying they are going to get more aggressive raising them as the year goes on. Like I said, buyers, this too, shall pass. 
  • Prices are up across the board: supply, demand. You know the drill. 
  • Appraisers haven't quite gotten the supply/demand memo, and even though the market will bear higher prices, some appraisers are saying no.
  • All I know at this point is to expect the unexpected and anything goes. Should be a pretty fun Spring!

 *All information provided by KAAR (Knoxville Area Association of Realtors). My opinions are just that: opinions. I'm not really an expert in anything, but I do like to write about real estate. 

Knoxville Home Sales Report: September, October, & November 2016

Knoxville Home Sales Report: September, October, & November 2016

Hey, girl, hey! Hey. Yeah, so... I'm a little behind on this here home sales stuff. And yeah, I'm kind of embarrassed about it. But the good news is this: I'm gonna catch you up in a jiffy! First let's take a look at the charts (with info courtesy of the Knoxville Area Association of Realtors, secret service code name, "KAAR." Ready? Set. Go!

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Knoxville Home Sales Report: August 2015

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Welcome Our New Agent: Anna Compton

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Anna Compton is graduate of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, where she earned an MS in Geography and a BS in Logistics and Transportation. During her time at UTK, she was an exchange student in the Netherlands and loves traveling all over the world and the USA.

Her real estate strength lies in her neighborhood knowledge and passion. She is the current Co-Chair of the Cumberland Estates Neighborhood Organization, was appointed to the Knoxville Neighborhood Advisory Council, and completed the City of Knoxville’s “Building Strong Neighborhood Organizations” leadership training program.

When Anna isn’t putting her expertise to work for buyers and sellers, she enjoys cooking, gardening, hiking, camping, indie music and movies, photography, and walking her beloved basset hound, Sonny.