RE/MAX Renaissance Of Hixson Recognized At Annual Awards Luncheon

Friday, April 26, 2019
Pictured, left to right, are:  Sandy Stoker, Jill McIntyre, Mike Purcell, Brenda Purcell, Erica Klein, Bev Boss and Katie Ashley.  Not pictured, Alexia Cain and Guy Ferro.
Pictured, left to right, are: Sandy Stoker, Jill McIntyre, Mike Purcell, Brenda Purcell, Erica Klein, Bev Boss and Katie Ashley. Not pictured, Alexia Cain and Guy Ferro.

The annual awards luncheon of RE/MAX Properties and RE/MAX Renaissance was hosted by owners Frances Vantrease and Beth Dodson on April 17 at the Ruth Chris restaurant. 

Katie Ashley and Brenda Purcell were awarded the 100 Percent awards while Mike Purcell and Bev Boss received the Executive Club awards. 

Brenda Purcell was recognized with the "Over the Top" Award and Bev Boss got the"Team" Spirit Award. 

Additionally, the Hixson office was congratulated on their one-year anniversary.

 


Kim Bass: April Housing Market Statistics

Downtown Living Tour Returns May 18

Bridges To Be Placed By Helicopter At The Course At McLemore On Tuesday


The warm weather is here, and homebuyers are returning in force this spring. For well-priced homes in desirable locations, the competition can be fierce. For much of the country, the first quarter ... (click for more)

A variety of Downtown Chattanooga apartment options will be available to tour and explore on Saturday, May 18, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. for the second annual self-guided Explore Downtown Living Tour. ... (click for more)

The Course at McLemore on Lookout Mountain will have two bridges lowered into place, making the golf course even closer to completion. Helicopters from Air Crane Atlanta will carefully lift ... (click for more)


Real Estate

Kim Bass: April Housing Market Statistics

The warm weather is here, and homebuyers are returning in force this spring. For well-priced homes in desirable locations, the competition can be fierce. For much of the country, the first quarter of 2019 experienced less foot traffic, which impacted potential home sales. In some areas of the country low affordability, higher prices, and lower inventory situation contributed to ... (click for more)

Downtown Living Tour Returns May 18

A variety of Downtown Chattanooga apartment options will be available to tour and explore on Saturday, May 18, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. for the second annual self-guided Explore Downtown Living Tour. Organized by River City Company and sponsored by FirstBank, 14 apartment developments will be open to those who have an interest in urban living or want a unique way to spend a Saturday ... (click for more)

Breaking News

4 People Shot At 2 Hixson Locations; 2 Killed On Ardis Lane; 2 Men Shot At Northgate Crossing Apartments In Hixson

Four men were shot in two overnight shootings in Hixson. Two people were shot and killed on Ardis Lane. At approximately 10:07 p.m., Chattanooga Police responded to the 6700 block of Ardis Lane on a report of persons shot. Upon arrival, police located two men suffering from gunshot wounds. Hamilton County EMS responded and pronounced Kirtus Thompson, 27, deceased on ... (click for more)

Greg Vital Says Ancient Stone Cairns, Part Trail Of Tears Route Found On His Meigs Farm; Asks TVA To Reroute Project Viper Transmission Line

Lawyers for Georgetown property owner Greg Vital notified the Tennessee Valley Authority on Thursday that a second archaeological study of the site found 15 different Native American artifacts, not one, as TVA said in its official report in April. “There are 14 more historically significant cairns in a distinguishable pattern within a hundred yards of what TVA said was the only ... (click for more)

Opinion

Chattanooga's Shooting Epidemic

These shootings continue and something has to be done to try and stop them whether they are domestic, robbery or gang related. We obviously can not remove these handguns from every man, woman and child. I suggest that merchants that sell handguns raise the minimum age to 21 years for the purchase of handgun ammunition only. This 21 age requirement would not include ammunition ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Alabama’s Flat-Out Wrong

Ever since Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed into law the most nauseating abortion legislation in the history of the United States on Wednesday, I have tried to find a worse decision by the lawmakers in any state to equal such absurdity and I most certainly cannot. While I am confident those in the State house would have voted differently had each been asked, “What if it was your ... (click for more)