Real Estate Transfers For March 19-25

Thursday, March 26, 2020

NOTICE: The Hamilton County Register’s Office did not publish this data. All information in the Register’s Office is public information as set out in T.C.A. 10-7-503. For questions regarding this report, please call Chattanoogan.com at 423 266-2325. GI numbers, listed when street addresses are not available, refer to the location of transactions (book number and page number) in Hamilton County Register Office records.


Habitat For Humanity Cleveland Closes Offices And ReStore

Robinson Team Of Keller Williams Named Top Producer Of 2019 By Keller Williams Realty Downtown

Live It! Realty Adds New Agent


Considering the most recent news and announcements from the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Habitat for Humanity International, Governor Bill Lee and local ... (click for more)

Robinson Team of Keller Williams was presented the honor of Top Group at Keller Williams Greater Downtown Realty for 2019 in Volume, as well as second group in Closed Units for 2019 in Chattanooga. ... (click for more)

Jenny Noblit, founder of Live It! Realty, announces the hiring of Doug Dodson. With deep roots in Chattanooga, Mr. Dodson joins the team to further the agency’s mission of investing in relationships ... (click for more)




Real Estate

Habitat For Humanity Cleveland Closes Offices And ReStore

Considering the most recent news and announcements from the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Habitat for Humanity International, Governor Bill Lee and local authorities, Habitat of Humanity of Cleveland has made the decision to close its offices and ReStore until Tuesday, April 7. These precautionary measures have been taken to limit the ... (click for more)

Robinson Team Of Keller Williams Named Top Producer Of 2019 By Keller Williams Realty Downtown

Robinson Team of Keller Williams was presented the honor of Top Group at Keller Williams Greater Downtown Realty for 2019 in Volume, as well as second group in Closed Units for 2019 in Chattanooga. For the first time, the Robinson Team sold over $110 million in volume, but this is not the first time the Robinson Team has been recognized for excellent work in the real estate industry. ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Georgia Coronavirus Deaths Now At 83, 2,683 Cases

Georgia state health officials said Sunday evening that 83 people in the state have died of the coronavirus. That total is up from 80 just this morning. The cases have climbed to 2,683, up 32 from this morning's report. It was at 800 on Monday. Officials said 678 have been hospitalized, which is 25 percent of the total number of cases. Whitfield County has eight cases. ... (click for more)

Tennessee Now Has 1,537 Cases Of Coronavirus, Claims 7 Lives

Tennessee conoravirus cases are now at 1,537, 164 higher than reported Saturday, said state Health Department officials. The death total has also climbed, claiming a total of seven people who have died from the virus in the state. There are 133 people hospitalized in the state from coronavirus. Hamilton County now has 37 cases, including one death. Metro Nashville Public Health ... (click for more)

Opinion

Focus On Treating COVID-19, Not The Blame

Our novice senator needs a lesson in first responder process. The house is on fire and she has run off to find who brought the matches. There will be plenty of time to do this hunt of witches. Now is the time to focus on what the whole of Tennessee needs from the good senator. That being hospitals, care facilities and health departments having the tools and supplies they need ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: More Suicides Than Virus

In a week where six Tennesseans died of the coronavirus, it is disheartening indeed to learn more people in our state died of suicide last week. While the actual number of those who took their lives across the state isn’t yet known, the fact that nine in Knoxville died by their own hand within a 48-hour period last week is frightening. What is worst is the prediction the coronavirus ... (click for more)