Real Estate

Brandi Pearl Thompson: Real Estate As An Essential Service

Since the conversation surrounding COVID-19 started in recent weeks, many are asking what it means to be considered an “essential service.” Ultimately, each state has to answer this question, and it is important that we all follow the order exactly as it is directed. In short, we wrote to elected officials to stress the importance of adequate shelter, as well as the role real estate plays in the economy. When we all started following ... (click for more)

Diane Barnes, warehouse manager for Habitat. She started the Women Build home program in Chattanooga in 1996 and has been a part of every Women Build Project since then. Photo was taken at the beginning of the Women Build project.
Diane Barnes, warehouse manager for Habitat. She started the Women Build home program in Chattanooga in 1996 and has been a part of every Women Build Project since then. Photo was taken at the beginning of the Women Build project.

Habitat Continues Construction Work Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Top 10 Real Estate Transactions In Hamilton County In March


Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga is continuing efforts to protect its staff, volunteers and community during the COVID-19 pandemic, while also continuing necessary construction work on the Women Build house and other essential exterior repair projects. Habitat is continuing these ... (click for more)

Here are the Top 10 real estate transactions in Hamilton County in March: 1. $63,150,000.00 1348 PASSENGER ST, CHATTANOOGA 2. $11,500,000.00 201 MAIN ST W, CHATTANOOGA 3. $3,564,000.00 Parcel: 155K E 002 4. $2,524,154.00 6171 ENTERPRISE PARK DR, CHATTANOOGA 5. $2,110,000.00 Parcel: ... (click for more)



Home Sales Continue To Rise Despite Uncertainty

Real Estate Transfers For March 26-April 1

Brandi Pearl Thompson: The 2020 Census And How It Affects Our Community


According to figures provided by Greater Nashville Realtors, there were 3,346 home closings reported for the month of March. This figure indicates a 3.4 percent increase from the 3,237 closings ... (click for more)

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 ... (click for more)

Real estate is still happening, and the government is still happening too. Even though we are in these unprecedented times, we can still do our part to make sure that our community is represented ... (click for more)


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