Real Estate Transfers For June 10-16

Thursday, June 17, 2021

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.


Robert Backer: Housing & Appliance Shortages

Gary Dawn Honored For 31 Years Of Service At The Assessor's Office

Habitat For Humanity Constructs 1st House Using EPB Zero Energy Resource Guide


The residential housing inventory shortage has been burdensome for some years. However, since the pandemic began, the lack of homes for sale is creating even more problems – intense buyer competition, ... (click for more)

The Hamilton County Assessor of Property’s office on Tuesday honored retiring Gary Dawn. He was the director of Quality Control for 31 years. He was honored for outstanding service ... (click for more)

EPB, Habitat for Humanity and green|spaces have partnered to develop a cost-effective way to build highly energy-efficient homes that also provides health and environmental benefits. With the ... (click for more)



Real Estate

Robert Backer: Housing & Appliance Shortages

The residential housing inventory shortage has been burdensome for some years. However, since the pandemic began, the lack of homes for sale is creating even more problems – intense buyer competition, high home prices and a historic supply crunch. Thus, the National Association of Realtors is urging a “once in a generation” federal response to address decades of underinvestment ... (click for more)

Gary Dawn Honored For 31 Years Of Service At The Assessor's Office

The Hamilton County Assessor of Property’s office on Tuesday honored retiring Gary Dawn. He was the director of Quality Control for 31 years. He was honored for outstanding service to the people of Hamilton County. A reception was held, hosted by Assessor Marty Haynes. (click for more)

Breaking News

Mayor Kelly Unveils 42.6% Truck Driver Pay Hikes To Fill 32 Empty Positions And Restore Recycling Services

Mayor Tim Kelly on Tuesday announced a plan to resume recycling services in the next 60 days, unveiling a pay hike for drivers in the upcoming budget that will be retroactive for both new and existing drivers. The temporary service interruption was announced on July 29 after he said the number of empty CDL driver positions spiked to 32, and several concurrent absences created ... (click for more)

Walden Rezoning, Intended To Clear Way For Grocery Complex, Violated Land Use Regulations And The Law, Bradley County Judge Rules

A Bradley County judge has found that Walden officials’ 2019 decision to rezone a piece of property so it could be used for a grocery store complex was “illegal, arbitrary and capricious.” Consequently, Judge J. Michael Sharp said in a decision released Monday, the ordinance is declared invalid. The judge denied a request from landowner/developer/attorney John Anderson to ... (click for more)

Opinion

Big Dogs At The City Get Most Of The Salary Money

The current crisis concerning recycling is nothing more than too much pork in the high end paychecks. The top 31 combined salaries in the city of Chattanooga amounts to $3,750,000 per year. That's right folks, millions. The average pay for these people is $121,000 coming from our hard-earned tax dollars. The average income of the citizens of Chattanooga is $26,200 per year based ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Liberty Above Mandates

It is no secret I’ve been on the COVID vaccine bandwagon since the very get-go. Due to my compromised immune system and my age (72) I am one of those at-risk people and I got my first shot the first minute I could; around Valentine’s Day. Since then, I’ve used my opinion pulpit to push the vaccine as hard as possible because I am totally convinced it saves lives. Therefore, this ... (click for more)