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Home sales have dropped around 18% nationally in April, but Nashville is pushing through with force.
Note: These are interactive charts. Hover over values. In the greater Chattanooga market, prices continued to gain traction. The Median Sales Price increased 11.9 percent to $235,000. Days on Market was up 2.4 percent to 43 days. While the increase is …
In October, mortgage rates increased slightly from the three-year lows seen in September.
Teachers and other public servants who are starting a job for the first time look for a place to live close to their work and find they can’t afford to live there.
New Listings increased 1.5 percent to 1,316. Pending Sales were up 16 percent to 1,039. Inventory levels shrank 12 percent to 2,793 units.
In June new listings in the Chattanooga region decreased 7.9 percent to 1,283. Pending sales were up 11.1 percent to 982. Inventory levels shrank 6.3 percent to 2,794 units.
As home prices rise and inventory tightens up across the country, states and cities are proposing innovative solutions to provide more homes to more people.
New Listings in the Chattanooga region increased 18.4 percent to 1,428. Pending Sales were up 13.8 percent to 1,072.
Nashville is strumming along to growth and development while becoming a major destination for tourists. The adverse effect: Skyrocketing housing costs. Nearly a quarter of homeowners and close to half of renters are paying more than they can afford for …
Realtor.com recently released their hottest markets list for 2019. Coming in at No. 4 is Chattanooga, which had remade itself over the past decade or so into a vibrant city.
Memphis Area REALTORS® organize a Day of Unity to both remember Dr. King as well as commemorate 50 years of the Fair Housing Act.
As the largest REALTORS® association in Tennessee, with approximately 3,400 members in 12 counties, the Knoxville Area Association of REALTORS® is an advocate for the approximately 400,000 households in its area. KAAR’s top priority is to make sure its …