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Yearlings and Bucks
The weather was beautiful over the weekend of the 4th, with temperatures barely above 70° and a very nice wind most afternoons. It’s really the first time it’s dried out all summer. I was shocked this morning to see the … Continue reading
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A Few Days Off and Big Changes Upon Return
We did something a real estate agent just isn’t allowed to do, which is to slip away on vacation for a few weeks. We returned to a very different Blue Ridge. The Wal-Mart has been open since June 6, and … Continue reading
Elections and Art Just Days Apart
We’ve turned the corner into summer, at least by my reckoning. The trees are fully in leaf, and the Carolina Silverbell is in bloom. We still have some flame azalea, and the laurel has been beginning to bloom for a … Continue reading
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Dogwoods, Still in Bloom!
The dogwoods are still in bloom for the most part, although if we get the high winds and heavy rain that are predicted, that will probably change. It’s been an interesting spring for the dogwoods. I’ve never seen them with … Continue reading
Such a Thing as Too Much Snow!
My apologies to my regular readers for the long time between posts. I’ve had some technical difficulties, some snow days due to our two recent snow storms, and a few miscellaneous problems that have conspired to keep me out of … Continue reading
A Real Cold Spell
We had a dusting of snow this morning and the temperature was 7° on the deck. That was offset a bit by the fact that it was a beautiful day, with the snow shining on top of the Big Frog … Continue reading
Katydid Season and the Downtown Farmer’s Market
We’ve had a bit of a break from all the rain this week, with some mostly clear days to enjoy. While I’ve heard a lot of grousing about the rain, I’m still enjoying it hugely. We’ve had some beautiful thunder … Continue reading
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Foreclosures and Short Sales: What’s Happening Right Now?
We sell plenty of foreclosures, so we’ve got nothing against them. But are they always the best deal? And are they right for you? I’ve had a lot of questions about this, so here’s my best advice at this point … Continue reading
Mineral Rights, The Old Copper Plant, and the Tennessee Copper Company
Our MLS includes the adjacent area of Polk County, Tennessee including Copperhill, Ducktown, and Turtletown. Our buyers often ask about this area, because prices are relatively low there and Tennessee currently has no state income tax. There is some very … Continue reading
Steep Grades and Fire Protection
Fire Protection and Road Grade Fannin County has begun notating the plats for subdivisions with very steep roads with a legend to the effect that the county cannot guarantee fire protection to the subdivision. According to my sources in the … Continue reading