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Chattanooga Places to Spend New Years Eve

5 Favorite Places to Celebrate New Year's Eve in Chattanooga  

New Year's Eve is one of the most celebrated holidays of the year.  Across the United States (and the world), parties take place in towns and cities to mark the occasion.  People living in Chattanooga have several options from which to choose when they're looking for the perfect soiree to ring in 2017.  Here are five of our real estate agents' favorite places in Chattanooga to spend New Year's Eve.

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Prepping Your Home for Winter's Worst  

Protect Your Home from Winter

Snow and ice can wreak havoc on a person's home. If you live in a Tennessee community where plummeting temperatures are common this time of the year, you understand how winter weather can be your home's worst enemy.  Our REALTORS® from Fletcher Bright Realty have created this list of ten ways to minimize your home's winter weather woes.

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Buying a home 2017
Whether you're a first-time homebuyer or long-time homeowner, buying a house is a huge step. The key to being prepared is to arm yourself with the right information and take the correct steps today to ensure everything goes as planned when you find the right home. If you've decided to make 2017 your year for buying a house, you'll want to begin by doing four things today.

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Avoiding Buyer's Remorse: How to Find a Home You'll Love for the Long Haul

Finding a home you'll love

Buyer's remorse. The two dreaded words that no new homeowner wants to think, hear or see. Buying a home is a big financial commitment. There will always be little things that you want to change, and as a homeowner you have the freedom to do so. But buyer's remorse is real, and the best way to avoid it is with careful preparation.  We've put together some quick-hitting real estate tips to help you avoid buyer's remorse and find a home you'll truly love.

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