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About knoxvillerob

I love Knoxville - inside it's housing is where I'm usually found, after all I'm a Realtor and a Landlord. I love to shoot things and people with my camera and I probably like ya.

Vegan, Keto & Knoxville Real Estate

Yesterday I had a fun exchange with one of my dear friends who decided to let me be her real estate agent. She was so excited about doing our final walk-through and tacitly planning a get-together house warming. We joked … Continue reading

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Seller Secrets! Book available now

It’s been a life-long goal to write books and take photos . I love shooting photos and teaching with a passion – both have been important parts of my 16+ year real estate career. Each transaction has involved learning more … Continue reading

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The answer to your biggest home buying question…

Imagine the first moment that you get over that hurdle – I’m going to buy a house! It’s a mixture of excitement and terror. The biggest purchase you’re likely to make for a while. Short of having a child or … Continue reading

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Gentrification: a Knoxville Realtor’s perspective

One of my favorite clients recently sent me a link to a listing that had gotten lots of people downtown in quite an uproar about the subject of Gentrification in the east area of Downtown Knoxville. It was a 1920s … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day? Mardi Gras? No Magic Season !

This past weekend we had our first Hutch & Howard Winter Retreat. With the most productive winter any of us have experienced in any of our combined 25+ years we needed a quick respite to regroup and re-energize. It was … Continue reading

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Realty with Various Generations

This week I was honored to celebrate the beginning of my mother’s 70th year of life. She’d probably blush and say she’s still just 69, but I mentioned it the way I did because my not-too-distant cousin Max put it … Continue reading

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