ReMax Welcomes Realtor Misa Ankar

Friday, June 13, 2014

Misa Ankar has joined ReMax Renaissance Realtors here in Chattanooga. 

Ms. Ankar was born and raised in San Diego, California where she attended and received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of San Diego.  After her time in San Diego, Misa moved to Chattanooga in July of 2005 to be with her husband, Charley Ankar, who is a native Chattanoogan and a local dentist at Shallowford Family Dental.

Subsequent to real estate, Ms. Ankar took 2 years to stay at home with her daughter, Arianna Rose and her son, Charles Kavi. Prior to being a stay at home parent, she was a pharmaceutical sales representative for 3 years. She was also an account manager for local healthcare publishing company, True North Custom.

Ms. Ankar states that among her reasons for pursuing a career in real estate is that "Chattanooga is a very promising city for property owners – a city great because of its scenery and developing areas, and a wonderful place to raise a family."  

"Misa Ankar has the experience and know-how of selling but she also has the heart of gold to build great relationships," ReMax officials said.


Planning Agency Staff Recommends Denial Of Request For Doctors Office, Pharmacy On Shallowford Road

The Regional Planning Agency staff is recommending denial on a rezoning request for a doctors office and pharmacy at 7683 Shallowford Road. Wanda Threat is making the request. The staff said it is not in accord with the Land Use Plan. The approximately 1.2-acre site would only have access from Shallowford. The plan is to use an existing building for phase 1 and eventually ... (click for more)

8 Apartments, Commercial Space Planned At Corner Main Street, Central Avenue

A developer is proposing eight second-story apartments and 7,500 square feet of commercial space at the northeast corner of Main Street and Central Avenue. The site being developed by Richard Zavala is just over half an acre. The main entrance will be on Cemetery Avenue and secondary access through an alley. The two-story building will front both Central Avenue and East ... (click for more)

Cathy Goodman Named Interim Director Of Cleveland Schools

The Cleveland City Schools Board of Education voted to appoint Cathy Goodman interim director of schools at a special-called board meeting Monday morning. Ms. Goodman has been the assistant director of schools/director of personnel since 2011. She has 38 years of experience in education as a teacher, principal, and supervisor and started working for Cleveland City Schools in ... (click for more)

16-Year-Old Who Was Shot In The Head In East Ridge Dies

Monserrate Ferrer, the 16-year-old who was shot in East Ridge on Friday, has died. Investigators will meet early next week with the Hamilton County District Attorney's Office to discuss the case. The shooting that involved two juveniles was at the 4200 block of Bennett Road. Responding officers found a 16-year-old boy in the bedroom with a gunshot wound to the head. East ... (click for more)

The City Failed To Watch The Chattanooga History Museum Dollars

The tell tale signs of the History Museum's folly have been evident for years. When I was a former member of City Council I interviewed Dr. Daryl Black, Ph.D. to determine if I should argue for or against the annual funding of his organization. His interview, the multi-year history of administrative non-performance (despite consistent repetitive funding), and a review of the organizational ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Greenholtz: A No-Brainer

I am going to make this as simple as I possibly can. There are three fine lawyers now running for Criminal Court Judge and anywhere you go there will be people who like and admire Tom Greenholtz, Boyd Patterson and Mike Little. But when we select a judge, it should never be based on popularity. That’s why Gov. Haslam picked Greenholtz over both Little and Patterson this summer to ... (click for more)