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    Hitting a Home Run

    The toughest task that a buyer faces is who to work with. This is especially true for an investment purchaser. You are looking at listings on the internet, and in Knoxville, there won’t be many so your first agent interactions will begin with an email or a call. That’s how it all started for Sue. […]

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    Goldman Partners Realty Named as CoStar Power Broker for 2013

      Goldman Partners Realty is very proud to have been named as a 2013 CoStar Power Broker. We achieved the award as a Top Sales Firm in the Knoxville market.  This award is given to only the top 5 firms in this market by the CoStar Group based on transaction volume in 2013 as reported […]

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    Knoxville – A Great Place To Live and Invest

    Knoxville and East Tennessee is a great place to live and invest.  Here are recent rankings: 2014 – Knoxville ranked in Top 5 of America’s Most Affordable Cities. Source: Forbes March 2014. 2013 – Knoxville ranked in Top 10 Best Places to Retire. Source: Livability.com Nov. 2013. 2013 – Knoxville was designated a Platinum Valley Sustainable Community […]

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    GPR in Knox News

    Steve Goldman, CCIM is quoted in a recent newspaper article about Knoxville’s booming apartment market. Check it out at: http://blogs.knoxnews.com/flory/2014/03/n-knox-apartments-planned.html

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    Housing Board Makes Tweaks to Tax Credit Award System

    By Tom Humphrey NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Housing Development Agency has eliminated a controversial aspect of its system for awarding tax credits and instead will make decisions based on a score assigned to each of the state’s 95 counties based on its need for low-income housing. The THDA board approved the change last week following […]

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    Vapor Intrusion: The Latest Environmental Issue

                          Published by the EPA.GOV Vapor intrusion generally occurs when there is a migration of volatile chemicals from contaminated groundwater or soil into an overlying building. Volatile chemicals can emit vapors that may migrate through subsurface soils and into indoor air spaces of overlying buildings […]

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    Oak Ridge Mall Plan: $80 Million Investment, Nearly 1,000 Jobs

    By Bob Fowler OAK RIDGE — Revamping Oak Ridge Mall — which would include tearing down all of the common areas and leaving the remaining anchor stores as free-standing businesses would be an $80 million venture, according to a news release today from the would-be developers. Crosland Southeast, a North Carolina development firm with a […]

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    Kroger Buys Powell Airport Site

                  A new Kroger in North Knoxville is a step closer to reality. According to a deed filed last month, the grocery chain has closed on a 16.6-acre tract that was once part of the Powell Airport site, in a deal valued at more than $4.3 million. In March, […]

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    Downtown Riverfront Redevelopment

    Blanchard & Calhoun Commercial Corporation Blanchard & Calhoun Commercial Corporation plans to develop the exceptional 23-acre waterfront property formerly known as Baptist Hospital into a mixed-use development overlooking Downtown Knoxville. Upon completion, the site will transform into 300 luxury Class A apartment units overlooking the Tennessee River, 225 student housing suites, a 150 room waterfront […]

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    Cedar Bluff Site, in West Knoxville, Sold for $8.5M

    By Josh Flory An undeveloped property at a prominent site in West Knoxville has changed hands for more than $8 million. An entity linked to Horne Properties recently paid $8.5 million for a 24-acre site at the northeast corner of the Kingston Pike-Cedar Bluff Road intersection. Michael Patterson, Horne’s director of development, said the company […]

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