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Keller Williams Commercial Appoints First Female Director

Chattanooga, TN -  After six years of serving as the Commercial Director of Keller Williams Realty, Robert Fisher has passed the torch to Lisa Brown. Brown, along with her business partner, Diane Patty, has served the Chattanooga area for nearly a decade. As Commercial Director, Brown will oversee all Keller Williams Commercial agents working

Tennessee Senators Send Airbnb Bill to Governor Haslam

The Short Term Rental Unit Act, a compromised and highly disputed bill regulating Airbnb and other short-term rental properties, is headed for Governor Haslam’s desk after days of debate. Early Tuesday, the House passed the legislation 67-23. However, the conference committee, selected by the House of Representatives and the Senate, ironed out the details of

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North Shore’s Historic Muzak Building Sold for the First Time in Decades

Chattanooga Property Shop of  Keller Williams Realty arranged the sale of the highly recognized building at 703 Dallas Road in early February   For the first time in 33 years, ownership of the historic Muzak Building in North Shore is changing hands. Humphreys & Associates Contractors, LLC purchased the building from longtime owner, South Central

Local Airbnb Community Brings in $6 Million in 2017

In late 2007, Brian Chesky and Joe Gebbia were two roommates in San Francisco struggling to make rent. Fast forward ten years and the two are known internationally for co-founding Airbnb, an online community marketplace that allows millions of unique accommodations around the world. In recent years, Airbnb has made its way to the Chattanooga

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Why Live In Chattanooga?

In many ways, Chattanooga is the comeback kid of Tennessee. Once called "the dirtiest city in America" by Walter Cronkite, Chattanooga now boasts a revitalized Main Street, premier outdoor recreation and a hearty startup scene. Chattanooga's first turnaround was its riverfront – a $120 million project completed in 2005 that paved the way for

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