March 18, 2018
By AARON TAYLOR Even though the low inventory of homes for sale and strong consumer demand is driving prices higher, it's still cheaper to buy than rent in the Tri-Cities region – at least for now.
Aaron Taylor 2018 NETAR President
Reports on rental and ownership affordability from Attom Data Solutions are one way to look at the buy-rent question. Those reports...
March 11, 2018
By AARON TAYLOR This is the time of year when real estate professionals are busy preparing for the housing market's prime buying and selling season. But, it's also when they take time to observe the 1968 anniversary of Fair Housing Act. 
Aaron Taylor 2018 NETAR President
This year, Realtor® from Northeast Tennessee will join Realtors® across the nation...
March 4, 2018
By AARON TAYLOR The next time you have a few seconds to burn do a Web search for “what’s my home worth?”  Google told me it found “about” 435 million results last week. Two years ago, the number was 137 million to the same question.
Aaron Taylor 2018 NETAR President
If you scroll through the links you’ll find page after page promising to show you your...
February 25, 2018
By AARON TAYLOR Rebecca Donatelli recently wrote a blog that made a point that hits close to home at the Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors®(NETAR).  Rebecca, a top producer in Cleveland, debunked four myths about real estate agents. Her blog was picked and distributed nationwide by the National Association of Realtors® in the online version of the YPB Lounge. It can be found at...
February 18, 2018
Starting a new year with an 11.5% increase in home prices and an 8.5% increase in single-family resales is a pretty good footing. That's the bottom line from the Northeast Tennessee Association of Realtors® (NETAR) Trend Report. Yes, inventory is about what it was during the final months of last year even though...
February 11, 2018
By AARON TAYLOR  There have always been multigenerational households here in Northeast Tennessee. But if trend watchers are right there's going to be more in the future.
Kelsey Ramirez at Housing Wire wrote, "multigenerational living, where two or more adult generations live under the same roof, is becoming a growing trend....