Smyrna Real Estate News
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Aug 13, 2016 | via WGNS-AM Murfreesboro
Elissa Hopkins, Karla Kincaid and Rich Katchur have joined Pinnacle Financial Partners as collections and recovery support associates. They are based at the firm's College Street office in Murfreesboro. Comment?
Sunday Jan 29 | via WGNS-AM Murfreesboro
Rutherford County Area Habitat for Humanity has received funding and support from several area businesses for the first of two "House of Faith" builds in 2017. The project marks the 142nd Habitat home built in Rutherford County since 1989 and will be in Smyrna, TN where RCHFH has built several homes. Comment?
Wednesday Jan 25 | via Williamson Herald
Herrington never thought as a teenager, as he performed office duties to help out his mother after school at the local bank where she worked, that he would go on to lead one of the largest, fastest growing banks in Tennessee and the region. The community bank, which began serving friends and neighbors in 2007 and continues to do so, has grown by leaps and bounds, reaching $3 billion in assets in just 9 1/2 years as the fourth largest of 177 banks headquartered in Tennessee. Comment?
Aug 13, 2016 | via WGNS-AM Murfreesboro
Rita Ash, real estate agent with PARKS, is the 2016 recipient of the Leadership Rutherford Pinnacle Award, given to someone who has demonstrated significant leadership throughout his or her career. Rita began her real estate career in 1983, and has been with PARKS for 30 of those years. Comment?
Dec 20, 2016 | via Murfreesboro Post
From left to right are Geoffrey Jones, Jessica Haynes, Becca Wyatt, Kaysone Phongsouvanh, Issac Okafor, Cheryl Fields, Bob Elliott and Bob Lamb of Exit Realty Bob Lamb & Associates, who collected donated goods during the food drive. The Middle Tennessee Association of REALTORS recently held food drives for the hungry in their service areas. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 15 | via The Daily News
Criswell has actively volunteered with MAAR for more than 20 years. At Crye-Leike East Memphis, where she serves as broker/manager, she focuses on residential real estate along with some commercial real estate sales. Comment?
Thursday Feb 9 | via Chattanoogan.com
Ms. Morehead is a member of the National Assocation of Realtors, Tennessee Association Realtors, Georgia Association of Realtors, and the Greater Chattanooga Assoc . Comment?
Thursday Feb 9 | via WBIR-TV Knoxville
Feb. 9, 2017: The Tennessee Housing Development Agency is looking to boost the East Tennessee housing market by helping homebuyers with a loan. The Hardest Hit Fund Down Payment Assistance program will give qualified first-time homebuyers $15,000 assistance on their down payments. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 8 | via Clarksville Online
The Tennessee Housing Development Agency is offering $15,000 in down payment assistance to homebuyers who purchase a home in targeted neighborhoods that were hard hit by the downturn and have been slower to recover in Clarksville and across the state. THDA Executive Director Ralph M. Perrey announced the new program - Hardest Hit Fund Down Payment Assistance program - today at a joint press conference with Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan and Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett. Comment?
Monday Feb 6 | via The Jackson Sun
THDA offers $15,000 incentive to homebuyers Think you can't afford to buy a home? Think again. Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: Ralph Perrey with the Tennessee Housing Development Agency talks to the press in Memphis about a program which will provide $15,000 to help pay down payment and closing costs on rehabilitated properties in certain zip codes. Comment?
7 min ago | via The Motley Fool
There are lots of articles out there talking about how the smartest move you can make for your retirement is to start saving and investing today. And if you're young enough to enjoy the power of compound interest, that is absolutely the best advice out there. Comment?
9 min ago | via JustOneMinute
You see, when Trump blames Dodd-Frank regulations he is over-simplifying. The real issues are more complex. Comment?
16 min ago | via Falmouth Packet
Plans to turn a former shop on Penryn's main street into a private home have raised no objections from the town's planning committee. The owner of 70 Lower Market Street, formerly the Little Yellow House, wish to change the use from part residential, part commercial to residential as prospective buyers of the property were unable to get a mortgage due to its current designation. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Stuff.co.nz
She and her husband, aged 21 and 23 respectively, recently sold their first house in Whangarei and bought a piece of land in Kamo, north of the city, on which they will build a house. The couple were not actively looking for land but a block came on to the market near her family farm. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Real Deal
The affordable-housing crunch worsened last year. In the final quarter of last year, Americans spent the highest share of their incomes on mortgage payments since 2010, according Zillow. Comment?
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