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Monthly Archives: June 2020

    Will New Homes be Available to Buy in 2020?

    By Matt Shelton | June 30, 2020

    In today’s economy, everyone seems to be searching for signs that a recovery is coming soon. Many experts agree that it may actually already be in motion or will be starting by the 3rd quarter of this year. With the housing market positioned to lead the way out of this recession, builder confidence might be a bright spark that gets the... Read More

    Knoxville Homebuyers Are in the Mood to Buy Today

    By Matt Shelton | June 23, 2020

      According to the latest FreddieMac Quarterly Forecast, mortgage interest rates have fallen to historically low levels this spring and are projected to remain low. This means there’s a huge incentive for home buyers who are ready to make a purchase in the Knoxville real estate market. It also means East Tennessee homeowners searching for motivated... Read More

    Home Prices: It’s All About Supply and Demand

    By Matt Shelton | June 10, 2020

    As we enter the summer months and work through the challenges associated with the current health crisis, Knoxville, TN home buyers and sellers are wondering what impact the economic slowdown will have on home prices. Looking at the big picture, supply and demand will give us the clearest idea of what’s to come. Making our... Read More

    Tips for Buying a Lakefront Home

    By Matt Shelton | June 5, 2020

    Summer is fast approaching and visions of lazy days on the lake might have you thinking about purchasing a lake house. Even if you are a home buying pro, there are definitely some things you need to know about lake living before placing an offer on your first lake home. First, understand your ownership goals... Read More

    The Benefits of Homeownership May Reach Further Than You Think

    By Matt Shelton | June 2, 2020

    More than ever, our homes have become an integral part of our lives. Today they are much more than the houses we live in. They’re evolving into our workplaces, schools for our children, and safe havens that provide shelter, stability, and protection for our families through the evolving health crisis. Today, 65.3% of Americans are able to... Read More