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November 18, 2018
By AARON TAYLOR It’s common knowledge that as the technology revolution evolved many of yesteryear’s jobs were casualties. For instance: It wasn’t that many years ago when the local telephone office was a mainstay employer. Those jobs went the way of many bank tellers, cashiers and travel agents, just to name a few. There will be more in the future.
Aaron Taylor 2018 NETAR...
November 11, 2018
By AARON TAYLOR This isn’t a Halloween story, but it’s about as scary as it gets for homeowners.
Aaron Taylor 2018 NETAR President
Now that the leaves have turned, and nights are cooler legions of things that crawl, hop and slither are looking for a warmer place to live. And this year’s wet summer was prime for critters – especially termites.  As...
November 4, 2018
By AARON TAYLOR Last year the top question for the army of people making their living in the real estate industry was “is this party ending anytime soon?” Back then the local market was in its third year of monthly record-setting sales. With just a couple of months left in this year the conversation – but not the sales pace - has shifted gears. Whatever you want to call it - a slowdown or softening - is in sight. That moves the...
October 28, 2018
By AARON TAYLOR  
Aaron Taylor 2018 NETAR President
Drive by the Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors® (NETAR) office in Gray and on most days, you'll see a crowded parking lot.  When the association or the multiple listing service isn't conducting new member orientations or - in concert with affiliates – hosting lunch and learns or seminars...
October 21, 2018
By AARON TAYLOR September home sales saw the expected seasonal swoon from August, but the local housing market is still in growth mode.
Aaron Taylor 2018 NETAR President
Let's look at a few numbers from the Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors® Trends Report (NETAR) and Realtor® Property Resource® (RPR) for some context to the volatile month-over...
October 14, 2018
By AARON TAYLOR Despite the days in the upper 80s the seasons have changed and fall is upon us. It's the season when the housing market typically begins winding down from the prime buying and selling season. And while you have to look at the local market numbers real close, all the signs of a slowing market are there, which always prompts the question: Which is the best season to sell, or buy, a home....

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