Ooltewah Real Estate News
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Yesterday | via Chattanoogan.com
Laura Perry, attorney at law and president of Homeland Title, presented over 200 realtors, builders and lenders with key material regarding the new disclosure regulations on Residential Lenders. Comment?
Thursday Aug 13 | via Chattanoogan.com
Signature Brokers announced the addition of Paula Eggert Powell to The Winslett Team at the Ooltewah-based real estate firm. Comment?
Sunday Aug 9 | via Chattanoogan.com
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. Comment?
Jul 8, 2015 | via Chattanoogan.com
Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC announces Teresa Groves has joined the Chattanooga area's locally-owned, independent real estate company. Comment?
Jun 29, 2015 | via Chattanoogan.com
The president of the Greater Chattanooga Association of Realtors was starting out on vacation with his wife, Tina, and their two children when they got caught up in last Mr. Close, who is from Signal Mountain, said, "On the evening on Thursday, June 25th, my family and I witnessed a horrific event that will forever live in our minds. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 18 | via Business Journal
Success on that front depends, in many respects, on its ability to grow in Nashville. On Monday, we reported the bank has officially shifted its headquarters to Nashville after several years of aggressive investment in Middle Tennessee. Comment?
Monday Aug 17 | via Business Journal
The third-largest Tennessee-based bank has had its corporate executive team in the Baker Donelson building for the past four years. Even still, the bank kept its official headquarters in Lexington, Tenn., where Chairman Jim Ayers first bought a small community bank nearly three decades ago - the foundation of what is now a more than $2.5 billion-in-assets bank. Comment?
Thursday Aug 13 | via Lebanon Democrat
"Bill has a breadth of corporate and government service experience and has made exemplary contributions to numerous boards in the private and political sectors," said Robert A. McCabe Jr., Pinnacle's chairman. "He is an extraordinarily valuable addition to our board, and we are pleased to welcome him as a director." Comment?
Apr 1, 2015 | via WGNS-AM Murfreesboro
Middle Tennessee banking executive Pieter van Vuuren has been named to serve on the THDA Board of Directors, Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey announced. Comment?
Friday Jul 31 | via Business Wire
Subject to the satisfaction of the remaining closing conditions contained in the merger agreement, the transaction is expected to close late in the third quarter. At that time Pinnacle will have total assets of more than $8 billion and operate 42 offices in 13 counties, including all four of Tennessee's urban markets. Comment?
12 min ago | via Greenwich Citizen
After yet another drop in the Shanghai stock market and Hang Seng index on August 6, Daniel Chang heard his cell phone ping. The real-estate agent was on a business trip in Shanghai, and he was mid-bite during a dinner when he saw his phone light up from a message on his app, WeChat. Comment?
16 min ago | via Southland Times
Just like the TV ads say, you can pay off your mortgage in 10 years. There's probably even a free set of steak knives in there somewhere ... "Annual income A 20, annual expenditure A 19, 19 and six, result happiness. Comment?
32 min ago | via Los Angeles Times
As head of the Los Angeles office of global engineering firm Arup, Jon Phillips has a panoramic view of the economy - through his diverse array of clients. When the real estate market crashed in 2007 and 2008, the firm shifted a significant chunk of business overseas to projects in China and the Middle East. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Burlington Times News
North Carolina's crippled housing market was limping along when Shawn Pendergraft decided he'd take over a foreclosed Raleigh home in 2011. He backed up a moving van, unpacked his belongings and changed the locks. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Statesboro Herald
Ronnie and Henrietta Brunson prepare to tear up the mortgage on the Habitat for Humanity home they purchased in 1995. Comment?
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