Even though winter is in full swing, it's not too early to start thinking about your plans for your spring garden. Our real estate agents recommend landscaping your home's exterior to get the most attention from prospective homebuyers. Once you know what plants and flowers you want to incorporate, you can get an early start by growing your seedlings inside.
Starting your seedlings inside gives you a chance to get a headstart on the growing season. You can better protect fragile seedlings by keeping them inside in controlled conditions when they're at their most vulnerable. It's also typically more cost-effective to grow your own seedlings instead of purchasing them from a nursery. Here are some guidelines to follow when starting your indoor garden.
Valentine's Day is right around the corner! If you've been spending all your free time exploring Chattanooga homes for sale, you might not have had a chance to start making plans yet. Luckily, it only takes a couple of minutes to order a beautiful gift from a local florist.
A great floral designer will be happy to create a personalized gift to impress that special someone. However, it's important to choose a florist who really cares. If you haven't found your favorite florist yet, don't worry! Our real estate agents have tried many area florists and are happy to share this round-up of their favorites.
Are you ready to fall in love with your dream home this Valentine's Day? Our real estate agents are here to help! Contact us today to discuss your goals and get started.
With a history dating back hundreds of years, Chattanooga has plenty of stories to tell! The city's proud tradition lives on in many fascinating sites that you can explore today. Immerse yourself in Chattanooga's rich history with a visit to these popular spots recommended by our real estate agents.
No matter the season, you're never far from a scenic hike when you live in Chattanooga. The city is surrounded by mountains, valleys, breathtaking gorges, and beautiful forests, with trails to suit hikers of every experience level. Winter is an excellent time to explore some local trails, with crisp weather, stunning views, and a different perspective than you will find during warmer seasons. Our real estate agents have all the details on 5 of the best places for winter hiking around Chattanooga.
The New Year is a great time to make a fresh start, and that can include freshening up the look and functionality of your home. If you're looking for ways to give your kitchen a more modern vibe, upgrading your appliances is an easy way to do it. It's especially important for homeowners with Chattanooga homes for sale to ensure their kitchen appliances look good and work properly. If you're tired of dealing with cooktop burners going on the fritz or a fridge that sounds like it's on its last legs, our real estate agents have some tips for determining whether you should upgrade your appliances.
Bread is one of the most fundamental parts of the dining experience and one of the most beloved. In the right hands, a fresh loaf of bread can be a little work of art and the perfect companion to all of your favorite dishes. National Homemade Bread Day, November 17th, is an opportunity to celebrate a dining staple that can tie together any meal, and you'll find no shortage of great bakeries to pick up freshly baked bread in the Chattanooga area. Our real estate agents are here to help you get to know 5 of the best with our guide to finding fresh bread in Chattanooga.
Clutter has a way of accumulating, even if you work to keep it at bay. Certain areas of your home tend to hide clutter, so you'll need to make sure you address these areas if you want to cut down on the chaos.
Our real estate agents point out the following spots where clutter could be hiding in your home and how to tackle this clutter once and for all.
When it comes to preparing your home for the market, tackling clutter is a must! Contact us at Fletcher Bright Realty to find out more about Chattanooga homes for sale. Whether you'd like a larger home with more storage, a first-time homebuyer, or are downsizing offer retirement, we can help you find what you need and love!
Fantastic food, live music, endless outdoor attractions, an affordable lifestyle, and close, tight-knit neighborhoods... what more could you ask for? If you've been searching for the perfect place to retire, then Chattanooga is more than worth your time. The city has seen extensive growth in recent years without losing its welcoming, small-town atmosphere and has plenty to offer for retirees of every interest. Our real estate agents are here to help you get to know Chattanooga, starting with 5 reasons why the city is a great place to retire.
Just as everyone's Irish on St. Patrick's Day, there's a little bit of Italian in everybody on World Pasta Day. Pasta is tasty, versatile, and just plain fun to eat, making it a favorite of our real estate agents. On October 25th, head to one of these top Italian restaurants in Chattanooga for a pasta meal of your choice.
The country's first public zoo opened in New York's Central Park in 1874, Since then, people of all ages have held a fascination with watching and learning about animals. Today approximately 175 million people per year make a trip to a zoo.
Our REALTORS® love to visit the Chattanooga Zoo and see the variety of exhibits and tours. With the zoo welcoming back guests and hosting Boo in the Zoo and Safari Nights in October, we wanted to share 7 fun facts about the wildest Chattanooga residents.
No matter how carefully you examine a home during an open house or private viewing, there will be aspects of a home that a professional home inspector will be needed to identify. While a home inspection isn't always mandatory, getting a home professionally inspected will help you determine whether the house you have your eye on is truly ready for you to move in.
Home inspectors must be licensed in Tennessee and in many other states. It takes specialized training to identify various home building materials, learn current building codes, and spot specific signs of damage or deterioration. Our real estate agents want you to know what to expect when home inspectors are looking at Chattanooga homes for sale.
A Look Around
Overlooking the banks of the Tennessee River, Chattanooga is nestled in the spot where the Appalachian Mountains meet the Cumberland Plateau. It's surrounded by some of America's most spectacular scenery, and autumn just might be the season when Chattanooga looks its best.
For anyone with an eye for natural beauty, Chattanooga is a great place to call home. Our real estate agents are excited to share some of our favorite spots for fall foliage around the Chattanooga area!
House hunting is an exciting but stressful exercise. You're looking for a home you'll fall in love with, but also one that comes closest to your needs, in terms of location, size, and cost. Along with the excitement come concerns about going over budget and other pitfalls.
As you search for Chattanooga homes for sale, you need a strategy. To get you started, here are several things you should do before you get serious about house hunting.
Who said going out to eat only meant sitting inside a restaurant? Food trucks present a unique opportunity to grab a quick bite while enjoying the outdoors. Best of all, food trucks usually pull up to some of the coolest breweries, events, and gathering spaces in Chattanooga. If you're looking for a cool way to taste the most interesting local foods in town, our real estate agents encourage you to hunt down one of these Chattanooga food trucks.
Based on data from the National Association of REALTORS®, existing-home sales bounced back at a record pace in June, showing positive signs for a recovery from the pandemic-influenced downturn. If you are looking to buy right now, chances are you'll be met with some competition. Luckily, there are several ways you can make your offer a stand out. Beat the competition with these tips for making a winning offer on Chattanooga homes for sale.
Whether you're paging through a well-worn hard copy with notes in the margins or pulling up the latest release on your smartphone, there's still nothing like finding a quiet, peaceful place to enjoy your favorite books. National Book Lovers Day, which takes place every year on August 9th, is the perfect opportunity to celebrate your love of reading, and our real estate agents are happy to report that there are plenty of great places around Chattanooga to enjoy a day of reading outdoors. Get to know 5 beautiful local spots, with our guide to some of the best parks for reading near Chattanooga.
Coolidge Park – 150 River St., Chattanooga, TN 37402
Located downtown with easy access from Chattanooga homes for sale, you'll find that Coolidge Park has everything you need for a relaxing day of reading or an afternoon of family fun. Coolidge Park is home to a lovingly restored historic carousel, with hand-carved animals created by a team of local artisans. There's tons of open space in the park so that you can find a quiet place to read, along with a host of activities and a busy schedule of special events to enjoy when you're done reading.
Are you tired of the same old freezer food? Freshen up your plate with local produce from Chattanooga area farmers markets! Farmers markets across the region are opening back up to the public, and our real estate agents are excited to fill our pantries with the wonderful taste of Tennessee. If you're ready to get back to healthy eating, we suggest stopping by one of these fantastic farmers markets full of locally grown foods!
There's nothing quite like a delicious scoop of ice cream on a hot summer day.
Our real estate agents agree it's one of the best and tastiest ways to cool off! Luckily, Chattanooga has many ice cream shops serving scoops of all your favorite flavors. Here's the run-down of the top local ice cream stores you'll want to visit.
Updating a kitchen has always been one of the best methods to add value to a home and help attract potential buyers. But it doesn't have to cost a fortune! There are many easy, affordable home improvements that can breathe new life into this space. Our real estate agents provide the following ideas that will help you refresh your kitchen even on a strict budget.
Flipping a home isn't just profitable but fun and exciting. Our real estate agents here at Fletcher Bright Realty know many of the best Chattanooga homes for sale that might be attractive to investors. Beautiful homes of many different architectural styles can be found right here in Chattanooga.
House flippers of all experience levels have a reason to rejoice: Tennessee has been named a Flip Friendly State for 2020 according to a recent Bigger Pockets article.
Although it's best to transplant plants when they're just getting green in early spring or dormant in fall and winter, sometimes moving a plant in the summer must be done. Regardless of the type of plant you're moving, it's important to make sure you follow specific steps to achieve the best results. Our real estate agents advise clients with Chattanooga homes for sale on how to get their yards in tip-top shape for showing. They share some transplanting tips that can set you up for success.
There are plenty of things to think about when you are buying Chattanooga homes for sale. Especially, if you are planning a move from a different state! From the logistics of the move to setting up new utilities when you arrive, the following are some considerations you will want to stay on top of when moving across state lines.
You've done your homework. You've been pre-approved. Now, you want to be one of this year's 5 million homebuyers. Finding your dream home takes patience, research, and a little luck. Whether you buy the first or 50th home you view, use the list below crafted by our REALTORS® to help determine that the search is over, and you've found the home of your dreams.
"There's nothing to do!" How many times a day do you hear that refrain from your kids? TV and online activities are fine in small doses, but they shouldn't be a constant source of entertainment.
Our real estate agents share some of their favorite screen-free ways to entertain their kids. You might even find a new activity you enjoy!
Running out of ways to occupy your time? Cloth face masks are so easy to make that you can work on them while binging Netflix. Here are instructions for sewing a simple face mask along with a list of places around Chattanooga homes for sale that are accepting donations.
How to Make a Cloth Face Mask
With Chattanooga families sheltering in place, gardening is a great activity to enjoy the great outdoors without leaving your home. For those new to the hobby, there are many plants that thrive in our corner of Tennessee. Choosing plants that thrive locally will increase your chances of having a successful garden.
Our REALTORS® suggest the following eight plants that are perfect for the Chattanooga area:
Moving is a stressful experience, and it's even more so when you have pets. You have the added responsibility of looking out for their well-being, managing their anxiety, and making sure they settle happily into their new home.
Our REALTORS® suggest the following 7 tips for moving with pets:
In Chattanooga, we are fortunate to have many local businesses that make our community a wonderful place to call home.
Due to current events and restrictions, these small businesses need us, more than ever. Here are a few ways that you can support small businesses in Chattanooga while social distancing.
Getting cabin fever after a long winter? Chattanooga offers a variety of exciting opportunities to get out and about during springtime. Our real estate agents have compiled a checklist of lively activities to put on your spring calendar.
Springtime is right around the corner, and that means it's almost peak home-buying season. If you've been thinking about adding your house to the inventory of Chattanooga homes for sale, it's a great time to do it.
Our real estate agents have been talking to many local homeowners who are ready to take advantage of the spring market. We're anticipating a hectic season, which means you'll need to put some effort into making sure your home stands out from the crowd. Luckily, it's easy to do! These four tips will help put you at an advantage when springtime buyers come to call.
Start with Spring Cleaning
Before you start showing your home, go out of your way to make sure it's pristine. A top-to-bottom deep cleaning will ensure that your home makes an excellent first impression. In addition to basic cleaning, you'll want to do things like:
What could be better than seeing the sights around Chattanooga on a pleasant March weekend? Seeing it all on foot, of course! The Erlanger Chattanooga Marathon is set to return for another great year, with a full weekend of races, expos, music, and fabulous food for all to enjoy. There's a race for every runner, from the challenge of a full marathon to the joy of a fun run designed especially for local kids. The race weekend also features plenty of events that don't require running shoes, including a busy schedule of live music. Our REALTORS® are ready for the races, and we've got all the details.
Dates: March 6 – 8, 2020
Location: Marathon Starting Line at 2nd and Broad Streets on the Riverfront
Enjoy the Biggest Annual Race Weekend in Chattanooga
Whether you're shopping for Chattanooga homes for sale or training for a marathon, this is the perfect city to experience on foot. The Erlanger Chattanooga Marathon is organized by people who love Chattanooga and has grown into one of the city's most popular events. Founded in 2016, the event was envisioned as a way to engage residents, attract visitors, and benefit the community. It's been a great success so far, with new events and attractions added to race weekend every year. Register to race, or show your support as a spectator – either way you're in for a treat.
See the Sights from a New Perspective
The course for the Erlanger Chattanooga Marathon is designed to take you through some of the most scenic spots in the city. Longer races kick off on Broad Street between 2nd and 3rd Street, with a course winding through the Riverfront, Bluff View, City Center, Westside, and Southside Historic districts. Spectators love watching around the finish line, but there are plenty of other great vantage points along the Tennessee River and beyond.
A Race for Every Experience Level
Training for a marathon is a big deal, and there's nothing like the reward of crossing the finish line after a long run. But if you're not looking to complete a marathon, no problem! The weekend also features a team relay marathon, half-marathon, 5k run, and a fun run designed just for kids. No matter which race you choose, you'll have plenty of support from the crowd.
A Full Weekend of Fun in Chattanooga
It wouldn't be a big Chattanooga event without great music and even better food, would it? The Erlanger Chattanooga Marathon delivers on both fronts, with live music throughout the weekend and ample opportunities to enjoy food from the city's best restaurants. The weekend also includes a series of neighborhood parties, where you can watch the races surrounded by food, live music, and plenty of new friends.
Get Involved with the Chattanooga Erlanger Marathon This Year
There are so many ways to get involved, whether you're strapping on your running shoes or cheering from the crowd. Runners should plan to register online in advance, while spectators need to find the perfect spot to watch the action on race days close to all of the music, food, and fun.
If you love to experience the outdoors while you enjoy your daily run, then the scenic streets of Chattanooga are waiting for you. Contact us to buy and sell homes throughout the area.
There's never a shortage of delicious dining options in the Chattanooga area, even in the early morning! There are plenty of brunch locations serving up fluffy biscuits and bubbly mimosas to start out your morning in Chattanooga. When you can't decide if you want breakfast or lunch, head to these great brunch spots near Chattanooga homes for sale.
Our real estate agents have experience helping sellers during every season in Chattanooga. Sure, the market slows down a bit when the temperature drops, but that doesn't mean you can't sell your home! Our team compiled the following pointers on how to sell your home during the chilly winter months.
Are you ready to enjoy the sweetest holiday of the year? Every year on January 27, cake lovers around the country celebrate National Chocolate Cake Day, and there are a ton of great local bakeries around Chattanooga where you can find the perfect treat for this special day.
Whether you're looking for a classic recipe or something you've never tried before, Chattanooga has a bakery that's sure to satisfy your craving. Our real estate agents have all the delicious details on where to celebrate National Chocolate Cake Day in Chattanooga this year.
Chatta-Cakes Bakery – 5143 Hixson Pike, Hixson, TN 37343
Searching for something sweet close to Hixson homes for sale? Head to Chatta-Cakes Bakery, where you can pick up a custom cake or grab one of the many delicious items on the daily menu. The menu features full-size chocolate cakes, along with mini-cakes, cookies, cupcakes, and chocolate-covered confections, all prepared by hand.
Kids can add a hurdle to your home staging and selling goals. They naturally want to play with their toys and can easily make a mess, so you may struggle to keep your home ready to show to prospective buyers at a moment's notice.
Our real estate agents suggest the following tips for staging and selling your home when you have kids.
2020 is finally here, and our real estate agents encourage you to make a resolution to get engaged with a new hobby. From art and dance lessons to health and wellness classes, here are five hobbies to try out in Chattanooga that'll keep you busy all year long!
Fletcher Bright Realty is always looking for ways for buyers to get the most from their homes.
Our REALTORS® note an important rising trend in the area: Energy-efficient homes.
Energy efficiency helps homeowners in more ways than one. First, it lowers the long-term cost of ownership. Efficient upgrades can cut hundreds or even thousands of annual utility and repair bills. They also make the home easier to sell and stand out among other Chattanooga homes for sale.
2020 is just around the corner. Now that we're living in the future, it's the perfect time to look for new ways to make your home more energy-efficient. Whether you're doing it for yourself or preparing for a sale, it's sure to pay off.
Let's look at some of the best improvements:
The holiday season is often a busy time of the year — especially when you're planning on moving into one of our Chattanooga homes for sale. Whether you're trying to save up for a down payment or tightening up your budget in anticipation of moving, our REALTORS® have gathered money-saving tips that keep your holidays stress-free!
Selling your home during the holidays is a mixed bag of pros and cons. Gone are the booming real estate days of summer, but you can rest assured that anyone willing to venture out house-hunting this time of year is serious about buying. Our REALTORS® know the challenges of selling during the holidays, which is why we're here to help.
One thing to remember about selling this season is that staging your house is more important than ever. Before listing your Chattanooga homes for sale, take a page from our playbook and use these tips to stage your home like a pro.
The holiday season is a time to make special memories with your family and friends. Our REALTORS® love the exciting festivities that bring joy to Chattanooga each year. Here are a few of the most anticipated family-friendly events that'll brighten up your holiday season!
It's almost time to celebrate Giving Tuesday, a day dedicated to supporting charities by donating time, funds, or needed goods. You'll find a ton of local charities doing great work in Chattanooga, and Giving Tuesday is the perfect time to show your support. Whether you wish to donate funds or volunteer to help a good cause, there's a worthy local charity that will be happy to have your assistance. Our REALTORS® love giving back to the community, and we've got the details on five great Chattanooga charities to support this Giving Tuesday.
Chambliss Center for Children – 315 Gillespie Rd., Chattanooga, TN 37411
Children truly are our future, which is why the Chambliss Center for Children seeks to provide two different services to help children in the Chattanooga area. This nonprofit is a licensed CPA and helps children who have been placed in the state's custody by offering residential services. They also have a 24-7-365 Early Childhood Education & Childcare program to help low-income, single-parent households get the childcare services they need. Staffed by teachers, this program helps give kids the skills they need to be successful in school.
Whether unexpected or planned for years, inheriting a home is a significant life event most homeowners aren't prepared for until it's legally their property. Even after the transaction is completed, some families may have more questions, confusion, or overall uncertainty. Do you keep the house full of your family's memories, or do you list it with the other Chattanooga homes for sale?
Our REALTORS® understand inheriting a home is rarely a simple feat. Between the range of emotions you experience and the new financial or legal circumstances, you can use all the help you can get. We've gathered together a list of tips to help you through as worry-free and confidently as possible.
According to the National Association of Realtors, one-third of all homes sold in 2018 were purchased by first-time buyers.
How do you know when to make the transition from renter to the owner? If the following signs apply to you, it's time to start looking at Chattanooga homes for sale.
Some of our favorite events of the year are coming up this October, and our REALTORS® are excited to share the events you shouldn't miss. If you're in town looking for Chattanooga homes for sale, be sure to check out some of these amazing October events in the Chattanooga area!
Moving to a new state is an exciting adventure! As you start to consider Chattanooga homes for sale, you may be wondering how you're going to conduct a real estate transaction from so far away smoothly. Worry not — our REALTORS® specialize in helping homeowners buy a home in a different state. Whether you're looking forward to calling Tennessee home or if you have an interest in living elsewhere, we've gathered the following tips for buying a home in a different state.
Fletcher Bright Realty is a proud member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World (LeadingRE). Whether you're moving across the street or the globe, the LeadingRE team of over 130,000 professionals spanning 70 countries is ready to help you find the home of your dreams anywhere on the map. Each firm within the LeadingRE group is hand-selected for its unparalleled performance and ability to deliver exceptional client experiences in relocations near and far.
Are you ready to move to Chattanooga to live in your dream home? Contact us at Fletcher Bright Realty today and let us make the relocation process as smooth as possible.
Thirteen years ago, the 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival was born of a simple idea, a family effort, and a love of bluegrass. The festival has since grown into one of the country's most popular free bluegrass festivals. This festival now draws some of the biggest names in bluegrass for a full weekend on the Chattanooga Riverfront. This event was founded by the Bright family and is a cause near and dear to our hearts at Fletcher Bright Realty. It's also just plain fun, so we encourage everyone to attend. Our REALTORS® have all the details on what to expect from this year's edition of the 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival in Chattanooga.
Dates: October 4th and 5th
Location: Ross' Landing, 201 Riverfront Parkway, Chattanooga, TN 37402
Music and Fun on the Chattanooga Riverfront
You're never far from great music when you shop for Chattanooga homes for sale, and the 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival is a shining example of why that's the case. Held every year on the Chattanooga Riverfront, the 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival features big-name acts from around the country. The setting, at scenic Ross' Landing, provides the perfect backdrop for a weekend of music, food, drink, and family fun. Best of all, 3 Sisters is free to attend. There's no admission price for any show on the schedule, just as it has always been. Simply bring a blanket or lawn chair to enjoy the bands at this year's festival.
You've loved your home for years, and it is truly unbelievable how fast time has flown by since you held the keys in your hand for the first time. If you're like many homeowners, you may start to wonder whether or not this home is your forever home. Should you give it a little love and renovate it to transform it into something new, or should you consider listing it for sale and move to a new home that meets your lifestyle needs more acutely?
Our REALTORS® understand that this is not a decision that you can make overnight. When we check-in with our previous clients that have purchased Chattanooga homes for sale years ago, many of them ask us for advice on whether or not they should sell their home. To help you make the choice that's right for you, we've put together this quick list of pros and cons for remodeling and relocating.
Calling Chattanooga home means that you'll always have another fun, local festival coming up on the calendar, and the fall season is certainly no exception. There are festivals planned around harvest time, events packed with local culture, and plenty of opportunities to explore all of the excitement that Chattanooga has to offer. Pleasant weather makes fall a great time to enjoy the outdoors, and spend time with your favorite people at local events. Our REALTORS® are ready for fall fun, and we've got the details on five great festivals coming to Chattanooga this fall.
Chattanooga Oktoberfest, 1801 Carter St., Chattanooga, TN 37408 - October 13
Chattanooga homes for sale make it easy to reach all of the fantastic festivals and events on our list, including Chattanooga Oktoberfest which takes place at the First Tennessee Pavilion. Visit Chattanooga's longest-running Oktoberfest event for a full weekend of great food, local brews, and German traditions. The festival features traditional German dining, more than 99 different craft brews, and live music throughout the weekend. This is a family-friendly Oktoberfest event, with attractions and fun for all ages.
The Scenic City is a great place to spend time outdoors, but that's not the only thing that makes Chattanooga such a vibrant place to call home. Our city is also one of the best spots in the region for live music, with a schedule of shows that spans the whole calendar. September is certainly no exception, with a ton of great festivals and shows to enjoy in the city. From bluegrass to soul, Chattanooga has it all. Our real estate agents have the details on some of the biggest live music shows coming to Chattanooga this September.
So you're itching to get started shopping Chattanooga homes for sale to become a homeowner, but you'll need a mortgage loan to realize that goal. Given that fact, you'll certainly want to get your credit report in shape to ensure that you can get approved for that loan – and that you can get the best possible interest rate on it when you do. So how does an aspiring homeowner go about raising their credit score? Here are tips that can help:
Check your credit report for errors
Your credit reports are documents that detail your track record with credit, outlining factors that include how much debt you're holding in relation to your income and how responsible you have been in paying off that debt. There will be three major reports detailing your credit history, held by three major credit bureaus; Experian, TransUnion, and Equifax. While these bureaus know their business, they rely on information collected from your creditors to compile their reports, and errors are fairly common. For that reason, getting copies of your reports from all three companies and examining them for errors is an important first step if you're working to raise your credit score. If any of your reports do contain errors, contacting the credit bureaus to get them corrected is your next step.
Whether you're a prospective student, current student, alumni, or a resident looking for a unique destination to explore, Chattanooga's universities have something special for you. The area is home to several high-ranked universities, and you'll also find excellent schools in our surrounding communities too.
Universities add so much to a town, from a vibrant student population to cultural events, sports, and economic growth. Are you interested in exploring local universities? Our real estate agents have the details on six schools in the Chattanooga area.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga – 615 McCallie Ave., Chattanooga, TN 37403
Conveniently located near Chattanooga homes for sale, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is the city's largest university. UTC was founded in 1886 as Chattanooga University and has been part of the city's fabric ever since. This was a private school for nearly a century before merging with two local public schools to create a vibrant campus that students enjoy today. McKenzie Arena, located on campus, hosts live performances, well-known musicians, and UTC Moccasins basketball games. The campus also features a Fine Arts Center, where you can watch plays, concerts, and other performances.
Our REALTORS® always recommend doing a good decluttering before putting your home up for sale. If you've been putting it off, now's the time! National Garage Sale Day is the second Saturday in August, and it's a wonderful excuse to declutter your home and get it ready to be one of the next Chattanooga homes for sale.
One of the best parts about living in Chattanooga is getting outside and enjoying our city's beautiful outdoor parks.
Since July is National Picnic Month, it's the perfect time to grab your family, pack a basket (or place a take-out order from your favorite restaurant), and head outdoors to one of our nearby local parks. We have a long list of city parks and greenspaces just right for a leisurely lunch. Our REALTORS® have rounded up a list of six of our favorite spots to enjoy the perfect Chattanooga picnic.
There are few better ways to celebrate National Girlfriends' Day than planning a fun adventure with your best friends. Whether you're in the area looking at Chattanooga homes for sale or you're lucky enough to already live here, you'll find there's no shortage of great things to do during a girls' weekend.
To help make sure you enjoy every minute of your time together, our real estate agents have created a list of six spots you'll want to include in your weekend itinerary.
If your home is not selling as quickly as you imagined, it could be because it has problems that are causing buyers to run in the opposite direction. Our real estate agents are here with seven things to consider when you're trying to sell your home.
Are you searching for a place that offers family fun for all ages, close to home in Chattanooga? Just across the TN-GA state line, you'll find one of our region's favorite destinations for summer fun, with rides, a water park, and so much more. Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park, also known as Lake Winnie, has been a local favorite for nearly a century. Whether you're looking for thrill rides, a perfect place to let young children have the time of their lives, or anything in between, you'll have it at Lake Winnie. Our real estate agents love Chattanooga fun, and we're excited to tell you all about what you will find at Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park.
Location: 1730 Lakeview Dr., Rossville, GA 30741
Season: Open Every Day June 12 – August 7, Select Dates in May, September, and October
Admission: Purchase Tickets Online or at the Gate
Family Fun at Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park
Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park is a place for all ages, with a selection of attractions that will appeal to every member of the family. From fun kiddie rides to non-stop thrills, Lake Winnie has it all. The park offers extended hours while school is out in the summer, perfect for a full day of fun close to home. Purchase a season pass to visit anytime, or grab affordable single-day tickets when you arrive.
Judge Judy has mediated many a dispute between neighbors who have quarreled over the location of property lines. Fortunately, determining accurate boundaries doesn't have to be that dramatic. Use these helpful methods to find the correct property lines of Chattanooga homes for sale.
When selling a home, the preferred procedure is timing the sale so you can move right into your new home without overlap. But sometimes life throws you a curve and job transfers, property inheritance or other situations require you to move before the sale of your home is complete.
Does this sound like you? No need to panic. Our REALTORS® share their best tips and tricks for selling a vacant home quickly and at a top price.
Our REALTORS® love the view here in Chattanooga, and we think you will, too!
The beauty of Chattanooga homes for sale is made even better by the wonderful scenery you can find outdoors. No matter whether you're exploring the heart of the city or walking along the river, Chattanooga combines remarkable natural beauty with its cityscape.
Not surprising that many of the top restaurants in the area offer plenty of outdoor seating for guests. That's especially true of the restaurants that happen to be located on the Riverwalk, the centerpiece of the dining and shopping scene in Chattanooga.
If you're looking for a spot on the patio, don't overlook these options:
If baseball and softball are your games of choice, then you'll definitely want to check out the Summit of Softball Complex, one of the top attractions in the Tennessee River Valley.
Located right in Ooltewah, Tennessee, the Summit of Softball is a brand new complex that revitalizes an area already known for amateur and professional softball at all age levels.
The Summit of Softball has been created in response to a unique community need: High-quality facilities for all of the softball and baseball tournaments that take place all around the region.
It's not just professionals who are in on the game, but youth and adult athletes of all skill levels. With such great interest, a fresh idea was needed to end schedule conflicts and maintenance issues.
The Summit of Softball is the solution that's enriched the community even further.
The eight fields have been lauded by church groups, clubs, senior leagues, and more. The fields accommodate both fast- and slow-pitch softball, kickball, and baseball. Plus, the whole complex is ADA-compliant, allowing people with mobility limitations and other concerns to enjoy.
And it's not just fields – not by a long shot. There are tons of other amenities.
For example, you can make use of practice areas, facilities for coaches and umpires, offices fully equipped with computers and Wi-Fi, record keeping and media booths, and of course, the bleachers. They're beautifully shaded so spectators get the full experience in all weather.
You don't have to be playing a game to enjoy, either. Visitors have the opportunity to relax in a hospitality room or in the picnic areas with manicured grass and shaded seating. You can simply stretch your legs on the walking track or go see the pedestrian plaza.
The Summit of Softball is open daily and hosts a full roster of scheduled games. It welcomes the public from spring through fall. Ooltewah residents are just down the street from the Summit, which you can find at 8646 Apison Pike, Ooltewah, TN 37363.
Even if softball isn't your game, you'll find plenty of amenities that make Ooltewah a unique and attractive place to live. Our experienced team can also help you with Chattanooga homes for sale or recommend opportunities in nine other enticing communities. Contact Fletcher Bright Realty to find out more.
You negotiated a good deal on your dream home with the beautiful kitchen, and you are approved for a mortgage. Now, all that's left is to sign the paperwork. All those pages you are signing detail what you will pay for the house you are making a home. One specific number to pay attention to is the interest rate, which of course, adds to the final amount you pay back.
So how is the interest rate calculated for people buying Chattanooga homes for sale? Here is a quick primer:
Helping end hunger in Chattanooga is a cause most anyone can get behind, whether they are already residents of the area or are in town shopping Chattanooga homes for sale. HullaBOWLoo is a wonderful way to support that cause – and have a great time while doing so. So just what exactly is this event, and why should you make a point of being there?
HullaBOWLoo is the Chattanooga Area Food Bank's signature fundraising event and has become an annual tradition in the area. Patrons of this event help fill the bowls of people facing hunger, aiding the Chattanooga Area Food Bank as they work to end hunger and promote better nutrition throughout the region. Not only is it an opportunity to lend a helping hand to hungry children, seniors, and families in the 20 counties this food bank serves, it is also a great way to meet new neighbors, make local connections, sample the area's best cuisine, have lots of fun and get a feel for the Chattanooga area community.
Ladies and gentlemen, Chattanooga's favorite arts festival is coming back to town! Our REALTORS® are excited to attend the 4 Bridges Arts Festival once again. The Association for Visual Arts created Chattanooga's premier outdoor cultural event in 2000, and it's been a popular yearly celebration ever since. We invite you to bring your family and friends out to what is sure to be another stunning showcase of visual arts from around the country!
Where: The First Tennessee Pavilion - 1826 Reggie White Blvd., Chattanooga, TN 37408
When: April 12 – 14, 2019
Kick off 4BAF 2019 by attending the Preview Party. An evening of gourmet hors d'oeuvres, signature cocktails and wines await you as other art fans from all parts of Tennessee join you in celebrating the visual arts. This lovely party offers a perfect place for guests to mingle and discuss their favorite exhibits from years prior. If you're interested in attending, be sure to purchase your ticket before supplies run out.
Selling your home is quite a milestone. While most homeowners devote plenty of time and energy to repainting, remodeling, and making sure the inside is clean and cozy, some sellers overlook one of the most important areas of the home: the exterior.
Before a potential buyer sets foot in the entranceway, they'll already base their first impression of your entire home on how the exterior looks. When it comes to successfully selling your home, curb appeal is key. Our REALTORS® understand how important the appearance and condition of your lawn, driveway, and exterior are to potential buyers and have created this quick list of ways you can use spring curb appeal to sell your home.
If you're in town touring Chattanooga homes for sale, it would be a shame to leave without experiencing some of our world-famous outdoor attractions. From the spectacular summit of Lookout Mountain to the depths of Ruby Falls--America's deepest commercial cave and largest underground waterfall--Chattanooga is a great place to have the outdoor experience of a lifetime.
There are a lot of ways to explore the natural world in Chattanooga, but few will get your adrenaline pumping quite like Ruby Falls ZIPStream Aerial Adventure. Visit today, and experience the thrill of soaring high above the scenery at Lookout Mountain!
Springtime in Chattanooga is almost here! That means that it's time to make your way through your annual home maintenance checklist.
Our REALTORS® at Fletcher Bright Realty understand that spring cleaning can be quite the task, especially when you have so many other daily or weekly responsibilities to juggle. To help you complete your chores and keep your home looking and functioning well, we've created this handy checklist that will keep you on task and on target for a clean spring!
Most homeowners like to knock off a few easy projects inside before moving to the exterior. Here is a list of 20 home maintenance tasks that you can complete inside the home:
Chattanooga is quickly gaining a reputation as one of America's best cities for outdoor adventure. A lot of the folks we meet looking at Chattanooga homes for sale ask us about the best local parks, trails, mountain bike paths, and rock climbing adventures, so we thought we'd take a moment to highlight one of our favorite trails in the area: Mullens Cove Loop.
The Mullens Cove Loop meanders through the picturesque landscape of Prentice Cooper State Forest, a wild 25,000-acre slice of paradise just 10 miles from Chattanooga. The forest overlooks the rugged Tennessee River Gorge and provides habitat for a wide range of native plant and animal life, as well as a limitless potential for recreation.
Winter brings the chill and can make you want to curl up inside. But nobody wants a sky-high heating bill either. If you've been out walking the dogs, hiking, running errands, or touring Chattanooga homes for sale, these tips will help keep you warm and toasty all season long.
The process of buying a home starts long before you start looking at listings. It starts when you begin building credit. The ways you spend money and the debts you carry will have a significant impact on your credit. Our REALTORS® are here to help you understand the "Five C's" of credit and what lenders are looking for when you're buying a home.
Are you searching for the perfect gift for that special someone, or a unique treasure to display in your home? Whether you love shopping for antiques, hunting for vintage items, or simply browsing through treasures you won't find anywhere else, visiting Chattanooga's many antique shops is a great way to spend a day. Every shop offers something unique, both in terms of atmosphere and selection. Did we mention that there are a ton of antique and vintage shops located throughout the city? Our REALTORS® are here to help you start shopping, with our guide to five of the best antique and vintage shops in the Chattanooga area.
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If you are ready to become a first-time homeowner and are itching to get started shopping Chattanooga homes for sale, it is time to learn a few things about how to get the mortgage you need for your purchase. The mortgage process can often be the most complicated part of buying a home, but being well-prepared to tackle it can make things easier and less stressful. Here are some key points to understand the mortgage process:
Having all your ducks in a row before beginning the mortgage process can help ensure that you can make the process work to your best advantage. Here are some important steps to take to get ready to apply for a mortgage:
Whether you're buying or selling a home, the neighborhood where that home is located should always be one of the most important considerations. A strong school district, attractions, parks, shopping, and employment options nearby can all make a neighborhood a more desirable place to call home. When a neighborhood becomes more attractive to a wide range of potential residents, real estate values in the area tend to go up. Museums, in particular, can help add significant value to nearby properties, and the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga is a great example of the concept in action. Our REALTORS® have more on how museums add value to neighborhoods, and what you can expect at Chattanooga's Hunter Museum.
When the world-famous Guggenheim Museum opened in Bilbao, Spain in 1997, the city was well-known, but not yet an iconic international destination for the arts. The museum quickly changed that, turning Bilbao into one of the hottest arts and culture destinations in the world, which lead to a massive increase in real estate values. This effect can be seen to varying extents whenever a popular museum opens, proving that museums can add value to a neighborhood in a variety of different ways.
If you're looking to buy your first home, then look no further than Chattanooga homes for sale. Buying a new home is a big decision, and there's quite a lot to consider – mainly can you afford a new home? If the answer is an unequivocal "yes," then you can afford to buy a home in Chattanooga. Here's how.
In the spirit of New Years, we have gathered together some resolutions to make your home more inviting, beautiful, and efficient in the upcoming year. If you're searching for Chattanooga homes for sale over the holidays, and you're looking to sell your current home, keep these ideas in mind.
Here are our top tips for home improvement resolutions for 2019 and how to accomplish them:
Our REALTORS® know all about Chattanooga neighborhoods and what makes them great places to live. Of course, you'll want to know where all the fun is in your new neighborhood, too. The winters here in Chattanooga are pretty mild, which means you still have plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. But don't worry if the weather does get colder, or you would rather stay indoors, there's still plenty to do. Here are some of the best ideas to keep you busy this winter.
Is a new home on your holiday wish list? Whether you've just started searching for Chattanooga homes for sale or have been considering it for a while, we've created this home-buying checklist to make buying that perfect house simpler.
If you love the glitz and glitter of extravagant holiday displays, you're in luck. Chattanooga is famous for its "Holiday Trail of Lights" featuring 12 points of interest that are sure to take your breath away.
There's so much to do; you'll want to take a break from touring Chattanooga homes for sale so that you can enjoy a few days of festivities. This guide to each of the stops will help you can make the most of this incredible event.
The holiday season is fast approaching, and there has never been a better time to shop local in Chattanooga. Every Friday and Saturday throughout December, you can head to the Chattanooga Convention Center to take in the sights, sounds, and deals at the Chattanooga Holiday Market. Buy gifts from local artisans, sample holiday treats, and enjoy holiday-themed entertainment with fun for all ages. Our REALTORS® are here to tell you more about this wonderful opportunity to get in the holiday spirit at the Chattanooga Holiday Market.
Our REALTORS® are glad to see the holiday season return to the Chattanooga area. Our city hosts some truly unforgettable holiday events, from the Chattanooga Holiday Market at the Chattanooga Convention Center, to the Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker at the Tivoli Theatre.
But if you're like a lot of Chattanooga residents, there's a good chance you'll be heading out of town to visit friends and family elsewhere. If that's the case, now is a good time for a refresher course on keeping your home secure while you're gone.
Chattanooga locals will soon be able to look forward to the lights, sounds, and joys of the Christmas and Holiday seasons. Have you been searching for Chattanooga homes for sale, but need a break? If so, our local area has plenty on offer—much of it featuring appearances of the jolly old elf himself.
At Fletcher Bright Realty our REALTORS® are confident that you'll find the city and its surroundings just as charming and lovable as we do. Make a list of these Holiday hot spots—and be sure to check it twice!
How do you know when you've found the right community for you? Most people say there's a certain special something that helps them feel like they've finally come home.
It might be a combination of world-class amenities, convenience, leading employers or the best schools. Chattanooga has all of these things and many more, besides.
Thanks to its unique culture and location, you'll also find plenty of features that you wouldn't expect elsewhere. The beautiful and scenic Tennessee River winding hundreds of miles over the landscape is one thing that's remarkable about our city. It provides incredible recreational and athletic activities other places can only imagine.
One of those is the annual Head of the Hooch rowing regatta held right in Chattanooga.
It's perhaps the favorite here at Fletcher Bright Realty – and if you happen to be around to look at homes in the area, you shouldn't pass up the chance to see it for yourself.
If you've been spending all of your free time looking for the perfect home, why stop on trick-or-treat night? As you and your children wander door-to-door looking for ghoulish treats and ghostly fun, you're bound to get a view of Chattanooga homes for sale. You can even wear a costume if you like.
If trick-or-treat househunting sounds too scary for you, our REALTORS® have a better idea. Let us arrange a not-so-creepy tour of the homes you love. Afterward, you and your family can begin your Halloween weekend with Aquascarium. It's just one of the events during the monthlong ODDtober celebration at Tennessee Aquarium.
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Aquascarium offers Halloween fun for everyone. It's a great alternative to wandering the streets and knocking on doors for questionable treats. The evening was designed to provide spooky fun... but not too spooky. It's kid-friendly enough for your youngest little ones. All you have to do is put on your costume, show up, and enjoy the Halloween excitement.
Halloween is just around the corner, and if you're looking for a way to scare up some family-friendly fun for the season, we have the perfect solution. Join in the fun on October 19, 20, 26, and 27, 2018 at the Chattanooga Zoo for their annual fright-free event. Our REALTORS® are certain that your entire family will enjoy the activities at Boo in the Zoo, and will leave with memories that will last a lifetime. Mark your calendar, and get ready to experience the zoo like never before.
A fun and different type of Halloween event, Boo in the Zoo offers a safe and exciting atmosphere that everyone can enjoy, and it can be a fun addition or alternative to your regular fall festivities. Imagine an evening of enjoying all the great exhibits at the Chattanooga Zoo with the added bonus of seasonally themed activities.
Going for a walk or run on the scenic streets of Chattanooga is a favorite pastime for many local residents because there is always something beautiful, historic, or interesting to see around the next corner. The 7 Bridges Marathon held each fall in Chattanooga, allows you to see the city from a truly unique perspective. The marathon winds past local landmarks, passes over scenic bridges throughout the city, and features nearly constant views of the Tennessee River. Our REALTORS® have the key details on this year's edition of the 7 Bridges Marathon in Chattanooga.
The Event: The 7 Bridges Marathon
Race Date/Times: Sunday, October 21, 2018
Starting Location: Coolidge Park on Tremont Street, by the Blue Rhino Statue
The 7 Bridges Marathon includes a full-length, 26.2-mile marathon course, which travels across bridges throughout the city. If you haven't been training for a marathon, there are still plenty of great races to enjoy. The 4 Bridges Half Marathon features a 13.1-mile course with scenic views throughout, and there will be a 5k walk/run starting shortly after the longer races. There's even a 1k "Family Fun" run that kicks off at 10:00 am, which makes for a perfect family outing on a pleasant Sunday morning.
When you're house hunting, your property search should not start and stop with a house. Your search should include gathering information about the city where you're planning to live--including all the things to do in that community.
When you're relocating to Chattanooga, make sure to contact us at Fletcher Bright Realty. Our REALTORS® know where to find the best Lookout Mountain homes for sale as well as the best things to do in and around Chattanooga. Let's start by taking a close-up look at a favorite spot of our locals: Rock City Gardens and the Fairyland Caverns.
It's almost time to put a bow on another great summer in Chattanooga and turn our attention to one of the city's most beloved special events. The 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival, which is dear to the hearts of our REALTORS® and nearly every member of our Fletcher Bright team, returns to Chattanooga on the first weekend of October. As always, the 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival is a free event for all, bringing some of the biggest names in bluegrass music to the stage in Chattanooga. Prepare for this year's event with our guide to the 2018 edition of the 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival in Chattanooga, TN.
Do you have too much stuff? You're not alone. Studies suggest most Americans have over 300,000 individual items in their homes!
When you are planning to list your home for sale, you become aware of how many excess items you own. After you've contacted one of our REALTORS® to discuss your listing, it's time to start the decluttering process.
Organizing a garage sale is an excellent way to help your items find a new home and make a few dollars along the way. These five tips will help ensure your sale runs smoothly.
Living in a different country can be the adventure of a lifetime as long as you prepare first. Although it's undoubtedly an exciting time, there are some logistics you'll need to figure out before you dive into your new life.
You're in luck because we can help. Fletcher Bright Realty is proud to be affiliated with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® (LeadingRE), an international association of independent residential brokerages providing access to homes in over 70 countries. Let's take a look at these six things to consider before you commit to a move to a new country.
Big River Grille and Brewing Works has been a favorite of Chattanooga locals for over 20 years. As soon as you step inside, the reason is apparent. The restaurant offers a variety of delicious menu items, as well as fresh-brewed beers and entertainment options. The original downtown restaurant became so popular that a second location opened in Hamilton Place, and a third in Florida's Disney world.
If you're a local looking for a unique spin on classic American food or a visitor after a break from touring Chattanooga homes for sale, Big River Grille and Brewing Works has just what you need.
Even a brief look at Chattanooga homes for sale reveals one of the biggest attractions in our city – the great outdoors. It's a rare house in Chattanooga that's more than a stone's throw from a lake, stream, bike path or hiking trail. One of the best places to explore in the area is Lula Lake Land Trust, which sits less than 20 minutes from the heart of Downtown Chattanooga.
Yes, it's summertime in Chattanooga, which means it's prime time to get out there and experience the outdoors. Our REALTORS® get asked all the time what it is that makes Chattanooga a special place to live, and there are a lot of ways to answer that question, but our city's natural resources rank at the top of the list. To understand why we love living in Chattanooga, you need to look no farther than Lookout Mountain.
Overlooking Chattanooga just minutes from Downtown, Lookout Mountain offers expansive, panoramic views across the Tennessee River, the city of Chattanooga, and the rolling mountains beyond. Lookout Mountain is home to Lookout Mountain Flight Park and Resort.
The first and biggest hurdle when looking to buy one of the many Chattanooga homes for sale is coming up with the down payment. The minimum down payment that you can expect to make is 3 percent which means that you'd have to come up with $3,000 on a $100,000 home purchase. However, to avoid mortgage insurance, you would need a down payment of 20 percent. That's $20,000 on a $100,000 home.
Don't let these numbers scare you from buying that dream home. Here are five tips from our REALTORS® that can help you save for that down payment by showing your money who's boss.
Finding your perfect home is exciting! You've looked at many Chattanooga homes for sale and found the one! You probably can't wait to move in! But there are a few things that have to be completed before you can officially call it yours. These next important steps will get you through to closing day.
When you're looking at Chattanooga homes for sale , you'll probably want to know all about the great places in the neighborhood to go for a night out or an excellent meal. Chattanooga is full of fun and unique ways to spend your evenings. If you're in the mood for a romantic dinner out, try the Back Inn Café. One of Chattanooga's premier dining establishments, you're sure to have a night to remember.
The real estate market is always changing. During a seller's market, you'll have lots of competition for your new home. You may be getting stuck in bidding wars and losing, frustrated with your lack of choices, or afraid you'll never find the home you need. Keeping your sanity and getting into your new home in a seller's market is still possible. Here's how to overcome the most common obstacles.
Find your way to Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park, and experience a world of fun and thrills in the heart of summertime. Our REALTORS® know that you're anxious to find that special place among the many Chattanooga homes for sale, and we are dedicated to seeing your dreams come true. Take a short break from the house hunt and a short drive to nearby Rossville, GA where you'll discover all the excitement of one of our favorite local attractions.
There are lots of important decisions to be made when selling your home.
Our REALTORS® can help you with almost all of them, but some come down to your tastes and goals. For example: What should you leave behind and what should you take along when you move?
The less you drag along, the more convenient moving is. On the other hand, buyers don't necessarily expect you to leave much, but some things are traditionally left behind as a courtesy.
Let's look at the unwritten rules.
Chattanooga homes for sale can go fast. It's tempting to get your listing out there as soon as you can so you can enjoy the benefits of these great market conditions.
Many sellers have very specific timeframes and are strongly motivated to move forward. Still, it's crucial to protect your interests at every step in the process.
A pre-listing inspection is one optional step that really pays off. It will help you avoid oversights that can lead to pricey problems down the road or even derail a sale.
Many families take summer camps and other after-school activities into account when looking at Chattanooga homes for sale. The local area is home to some of Tennessee's most highly regarded schools – but even the best students can't spend all their time in class.
When warm weather rolls around and it's time to break free for a while, a summer camp is a wonderful decision. Kids get the chance to meet new friends, learn useful skills, and develop their appreciation for the great outdoors.
Let's shed some light on the subject with some of the best summer camps in Chattanooga:
Chattanooga homes for sale are some of the most attractive in the region. Not only do buyers have all kinds of great opportunities in the local housing market, they can also enjoy the fact that Chattanooga is an outstanding center of music, art, and culture.
As one of the biggest cities in Tennessee, it's no surprise that Chattanooga has produced – and been visited by – some of the top stars in genres like country western and bluegrass. In fact, it is #4 by population behind only Nashville, Memphis, and Knoxville.
Plenty of big names have gotten their start in Chattanooga before taking their act national on the big stages in Nashville. One of the reasons this happens so frequently is thanks to Chattanooga's culture of music festivals. Open-air musical performances are always happening somewhere!
The Riverbend Festival is one of the best musical festivals in the country.
It's held in Chattanooga every year, and it's coming this June 8.
Chattanooga homes for sale provide huge opportunities for first-time buyers in today's upbeat housing market. At Fletcher Bright Realty, our REALTORS® have enjoyed helping a diverse array of people achieve their dreams of homeownership.
The strong housing outlook has seen to it that a home is once again the best investment you can make. There are many opportunities for first-time buyers to secure the mortgage financing they need, including government-backed programs with attractive rates.
Even with all that in mind, however, it's important not to overspend on a first home.
A savvy first-time buyer must carefully balance the need to move forward quickly with the need to get all the facts and make an informed decision. That's especially true when you consider:
So, how can you avoid overpaying for your first home?
Looking for a fun and refreshing way to spend the day in the Chattanooga area? Take a break while checking out Chattanooga homes for sale, and come discover all that Coolidge Park has to offer, including a wonderfully restored, antique carousel to be enjoyed by kids and those who are kids at heart. Our REALTORS® live and work in Chattanooga and are the area experts when it comes to everything that makes living in Chattanooga special. The antique carousel in Coolidge Park tops our list.
The Chattanooga area is rich with history, and an outing to Point Park located on Lookout Mountain is a perfect way to travel back in time to discover more about the heritage that helped shape the region and our country. Whether you're a local, a tourist, or someone considering finding your ideal residence among the various Lookout Mountain homes for sale, a visit to Point Park will leave you with an appreciation of the natural beauty of the area and a bit of a history lesson.
Our real estate agents don't just work in Chattanooga, they also love living and enjoying all of our great attractions. One such attraction is the family-friendly Sculpture Fields at Montague Park. Located on the south side of Chattanooga, the multi-acre park attracts visitors from near and far while presenting the enrichment of an art museum in a tranquil, open-air setting.
At the Sculpture Fields, you'll find an impressive collection of large-scale sculptures placed throughout this 33-acre park. The work of artists from all over the world is celebrated here in a wide array of subject matters for the public to appreciate and enjoy. Among the must-see art is one the newest installations, The Least Amount of Space, an almost 7-foot tall piece crafted by artist Jason Kimes. Each piece is a unique and expressive display worthy of contemplation and admiration.
As the fourth largest city in Tennessee, Chattanooga is one of the South's premier destinations for travel and relocation. New residents and visitors alike are attracted to our fair city if for no other reason than its variety of things to do.
If you have a passion for music and music history, you'll love our Songbirds Guitar Museum located in the world-famous Chattanooga Choo Choo complex. Songbirds is more than your traditional museum. It's a piece of modern music history--well, about 1,700 pieces of it to be precise--as well as a concert venue, the perfect place to hold your next event, and overall the experience of a lifetime.
If all of this strikes a chord with you, you're in good company. The New York Times has included Songbirds in their Top 52 Places to Go in 2018, USA Today ranked Songbirds #8 as a Best New Attraction, and Thrillist.com listed Songbirds as One of the Top 15 Coolest Things in US Cities in 2017. Our real estate agents are thrilled when new residents come to Chattanooga to look for a home and ask about local things to do and see. See why Songbirds Guitar Museum will top your list of favorite things to see when you make Chattanooga your home.
You just can't talk about Chattanooga without mentioning our restaurants. When you are touring homes, you're going to work up and appetite so make sure to stop at one of our local eateries to satisfy your hunger. A great place to start is The FEED Co. Table & Tavern located at 201 West Main Street in our Southside neighborhood.
The Southside neighborhood--once the hub of industry in Chattanooga-- became known for its abandoned warehouses and buildings during the mid-20th century. After undergoing a revitalization, the Southside now defines Chattanooga as the center of art, entertainment, and cuisine—making this neighborhood an ideal home for The FEED Co. Table & Tavern.
When you're selling your home, you'll want to make a great first impression on potential buyers. Sometimes you only have a few minutes before a buyer decides if they are interested in your home or not, so paying attention to the details can really make a difference.
Chattanooga has a long history of being one of America's great cities for live music. In addition to offering incredible music venues like the Revelry Room and JJ's Bohemia, Chattanooga hosts a wide range of fun musical events year-round. Some only come around once a year, but others can be enjoyed anytime you want. So if you're music lover looking for Chattanooga homes for sale, be sure not to miss out on these great music experiences.
It's natural to dream big when you're checking out Chattanooga homes for sale. But at some point, you'll have to get real. Sure, you'd love a wonderful home in a fabulous neighborhood. You might even imagine yourself in a jacuzzi, a sauna, or a beautifully landscaped in-ground pool. There's nothing wrong with dreaming big as long afford it.
Our REALTORS® understand that the home you desire isn't always the home you can afford. We believe it's important to begin your home-buying quest with an honest assessment of dollars and cents. That's why we offer our five tips for buying a home
It's hard to shake the old notion that bigger is better, but if our REALTORS® have learned anything about real estate, it's that this isn't always the case. In fact, there are many reasons to take a step back and realize that your next home doesn't necessarily have to be bigger than your last.
The decision to downsize isn't always an easy one, but remember that a smaller house doesn't have to cramp your style. These are the signs that it's time to think smaller as you look for Chattanooga homes for sale.
Chattanooga—there may be no better city in America to run, hike, bike, climb and do just about anything else you can think of in the great outdoors. If you're looking for Chattanooga homes for sale, you probably already know this. What you might not be aware of is that one the great outdoor events of the year in Chattanooga is right around the corner: The Erlanger Chattanooga Marathon.
Now in its third year, the Chattanooga Marathon is presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, and offers a great opportunity to build community, get to know Chattanooga, and learn why it's known as the "Scenic City."
When Punxsutawney Phil emerged on Groundhog Day, he saw his shadow. Legend has it that this means another six weeks of winter. If you're planning on selling your house this spring, that's good news for you, as you have a few extra weeks to get your home ready to go. But don't wait too long, because as the days warm up, so will the real estate market!
Here are ten things you should focus on doing right now to get your home ready to sell this spring.
One of the things our REALTORS® love the most about Chattanooga, TN is that it's one of the best cities in America to pursue an active, adventurous lifestyle. Surrounded by rugged mountains and sandstone cliffs, Chattanooga is gaining a reputation as America's new rock climbing capital.
Unfortunately, most of us simply don't have the time to take off on mountain adventures every day (much as we might like to). That's why we're lucky to have places right in the heart of the city where we can go climbing any time. At High Point Climbing and Fitness, you can hit the slopes any day of the week without leaving the city limits.
If you're like most parents, access to good schools is near the top of your list of priorities for your new home... if not at the very top. But other than asking your real estate agent, who may or may not have children of their own, how do you find a good school for your children?
Here are a few tips to help you find the school of your family's dreams to go with your dream home.
When you decide to sell your home, serious thought and planning must come into play. Something you'll need to determine is if you will hire a professional real estate agent to help in the sale of your home or attempt to sell it yourself. Many homeowners will opt for a FSBO (For Sale By Owner) because they want to save the money they would typically pay for an agent's real estate commission. However, did you know according to the National Association of REALTORS®, less than 10 percent of FSBOs actually sell?
Our REALTORS® are seasoned real estate professionals and know the ins and outs of successfully completing the sale of Chattanooga homes for sale. While you may think selling your home without the help of a professional may save real estate commission, FSBOs come with many risks. That's why we are sharing Five Reasons Why Homes for Sale by Owner Fail.
Whether you work out to stay in shape, keep the stress levels down or are trying to lose weight, there really is an exercise class for everyone. Motivation and consistency are key to any fitness goal, and finding a group class you actually enjoy often provides both. Need something different or just not sure what to choose? We'll offer a few suggestions from some of the best options in town.
What would you like to see in the community where you choose to spend your retirement? Perhaps you're interested in scenic walks, ample outdoor activities, and great places to grab a meal at the end of the day. Or maybe you'd like to soak up the arts, visiting galleries, historic performance venues, university exhibits, and public art displays. No matter how you wish to spend your days, the Chattanooga, TN is a fantastic place to call home during retirement. Our REALTORS® have the inside scoop on all that awaits you in the Scenic City.
Chattanooga is gaining a reputation as one of America's great up-and-coming cities, and it's not hard to see why. With an agreeable climate, low cost of living, and an abundance of outdoor recreation right in your backyard, it has a lot going for it. But before you make the leap, our REALTORS® want to make sure you have all the facts.
There are certain steps you should take before moving to any new city, and Chattanooga is no exception. Be sure to follow this Chattanooga relocation guide as you prepare to move to one of our country's hidden gems and don't browse our listing of Chattanooga homes for sale
Chattanooga is a city that is welcoming to all with a relaxed vibe, a healthy economy, and fun activities for residents of all ages. The Scenic City attracts a diverse group of residents while quickly becoming one of the most popular spots in the South for Millennials in their 20s and 30s to settle down long-term. So many residents visit the city first on a trip or simply while passing through, and quickly decide that there's no place else they'd rather live. Our REALTORS® have all the details on why Chattanooga has become a Millennial Magnet, and what it means for life in the city.
We're about to close the books on another great year in Chattanooga, but there's still plenty of time left to squeeze a few more memories out of 2017. As always, New Year's Eve will be a big night in the city, and Chattanooga homes for sale put you in the best position to enjoy all of the excitement. There are events geared toward every member of the family, and a party to suit every taste. Our REALTORS® have the details on some of the most exciting events coming to Chattanooga for New Year's Eve 2017.
Selling a house can be a stressful proposition. There's a lot you need to do, and it gets even more complicated if you have a tight deadline. Luckily, there are always motivated buyers to be found in the Chattanooga area. You just need to wow them!
Use these tips to get a good start selling your Chattanooga home:
Chattanooga is an innovative, artistic, and unique city, so it's no surprise that one of our city's most popular restaurants exemplifies those same core qualities. If you've been feeling a "stir" in Chattanooga lately, you're certainly not alone.
STIR is one of the city's premier dining destinations, and as the name implies it is also a great place to enjoy a craft cocktail. Show up for delicious, light food and cheap cocktails during happy hour, or enjoy a full meal in a beautiful, historic location. Our REALTORS® love getting out to explore the flavors of Chattanooga, and we've got all the juicy details on what to expect from an evening at STIR.
High above Chattanooga, at the top of scenic Lookout Mountain, you will find a spectacular holiday display unlike any other. Rock City's Enchanted Garden of Lights is now entering its 23rd holiday season, and this year's display will be bigger and better than ever before.
Now, you can choose your own path through the Enchanted Gardens, and create your own adventure through the gorgeous holiday scenery. This is one holiday event that you certainly won't want to miss, and our Chattanooga REALTORS® have the inside scoop on what to expect from this year's Enchanted Garden of Lights.
Ever wonder what it would be like to travel through a secret passageway, and emerge in a spectacular holiday wonderland? Every year, the team at Ruby Falls transforms the caverns into an underground ode to everything that makes the holidays in Chattanooga, TN so special. Ruby Falls Christmas Underground is one of the most popular events in the city, and one more reason why Chattanooga homes for sale are so hot during the holidays. Our REALTORS® have all of the details about this one-of-a-kind holiday event.
Ever wonder how Santa would handle the holidays if he had to deliver presents under the sea? Find out at the Tennessee Aquarium during Holidays Under the Peaks! Every holiday season, the Tennessee Aquarium transforms into a winter wonderland with special holiday events, fun activities, loads to learn, and festivities for the whole family to enjoy. The fun is in full force and continues through to the end of the year. Our REALTORS® are here to share all the fun details of Holidays Under the Peaks at the Tennessee Aquarium.
It's almost time for another Tennessee Christmas and local Chattanoogans are preparing for a holiday season filled with festivals, delicious dining, visits with Santa, shopping and live music and entertainment.
However, if this is your first holiday season living in Chattanooga, you may not know which attractions to take in first. So, our REALTORS® have made a list—and, yes we've checked it twice—of all those things that make a Chattanooga Christmas so very nice. Let's get started with a magical journey to the North Pole.
If you're searching for the perfect home, don't abandon your quest during the holidays. While other home buyers are busy with food, relatives, and shopping, you can have access to exciting seasonal house-hunting benefits.
Of course, you don't want to give up your family fun to spend time with strangers, but why not compromise? Celebrate your holiday traditions, but add a few house hunting activities to your schedule. Review online listings. Attend open houses. Schedule tours of homes in Chattanooga. Keep the home search going and you might be celebrating a home closing by year's end.
Our REALTORS® understand that it takes something special to pry you away from your holiday enjoyment. To motivate you, we offer these five reasons to buy a home during the holidays.
One of the first perks you'll notice when you move to Chattanooga, Tennessee is that there are so many great places in the city to grab a meal, enjoy a drink, and share a conversation with friends.
The Tupelo Honey Cafe continues that long tradition of excellent dining with a traditional, Southern menu, an inviting atmosphere, friendly service, and a fully stocked bar with a creative menu of craft cocktails. Our Chattanooga REALTORS® love exploring all that the city has to offer, and we've got a full report on one of Chattanooga's most delicious dining destinations.
One of the things we Chattanoogans look forward to all year long is the arrival of fall. As the leaves turn, there is a joy to be found in a side of nature that many people throughout the country never even get to glimpse.
Chattanooga's fall colors are so breathtaking that it has given rise to a tradition of fall color cruises. These cruises give you the unique chance to witness the fall foliage as you cruise one of Tennessee's beautiful waterways – including the legendary Tennessee River itself.
Fall is a lovely time to spend time outdoors enjoying the beautiful Tennessee scenery, but those leaves will eventually fall and many of them will find their way into your gutters.
Maintaining your gutters is a very important habit for homeowners because it can help prevent potentially costly home maintenance issues. So while it may not be as enjoyable as scoping out Chattanooga's fall scenery, scooping out your gutters is a habit that's worth developing to protect your biggest investment. Our Chattanooga REALTORS® have created this guide to help you clean your gutters this fall.
If you're relocating to Chattanooga, you probably have questions about some of the best places in town to dine, shop or grab a cocktail. Since Fletcher Bright Realty is located in Chattanooga, we can attest our community is booming with dining options from local, off the beaten path spots to exceptional, fine dining experiences.
When it comes to great restaurants, Chattanooga's residents are absolutely spoiled for choice. It's hard to pick a favorite, but if you're just getting acquainted with Chattanooga's vibrant culinary scene, there's no better place to start than Alleia Restaurant.
Bluegrass, great food, family fun, and a celebration of all things Chattanooga make our community a special place to call home. Our Chattanooga REALTORS® are very excited to tell you about one of our favorite local events, which holds a special place in the hearts of the Fletcher Bright team. The 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival returns to Chattanooga, TN on October 6, 2017, and features free fun for every member of the family. The biggest names in bluegrass grace our stages every year, and this year's festival is set to be bigger and better than ever.
Homes in Chattanooga have easy access to art galleries, parks, unique shopping experiences, and seasonal celebrations. As real estate agents in Chattanooga, we know that the excitement stretches beyond the city limits. Rock City Rocktoberfest and Blowing Springs Farm Fall Festival are two local favorites. Both offer a renewed sense of excitement as the seasons change.
If you're relocating to Chattanooga, our real estate agents are ready to introduce you to our awesome city. Chattanooga is a small town with a multicultural demographic and big-city style. Chattanooga is a wonderful place to call home and we offer relocation services to help you make it happen.
If you've been exploring homes in Chattanooga, you've noticed there are a variety of options available. Some are brand new and others are newly renovated.
Then there's the other popular category: The fixer-upper.
What is a fixer-upper? Simply, it's a home that needs work, time, and investment--not to mention a little love--to reach its full potential. Most fixer-uppers aren't in terrible shape: For example, the roof and foundations are usually sound.
Chattanooga is full of interesting sights – from the world's longest pedestrian bridge to the nation's largest military park – and it can take time to uncover all that it has to offer. With this peek into three of the most sought-after Chattanooga neighborhoods, you'll have a head start. Let's take a look at Signal Mountain, Lookout Mountain, and Riverview.
Buying a home means facing a list of unavoidable tasks like inspections, closing procedures, packing and, unless you're one of the very few who have enough money to purchase a home with cash, getting a mortgage approved. Our agents at Fletcher Bright Realty explain why you may be asked if you've completed one of these tasks ahead of time, by getting your mortgage pre-approved.
High above the historic streets of Chattanooga, you'll find Signal Mountain--a community loaded with culture, outdoor fun, and stunning views of the scenery below.
Throughout the year, Signal Mountain residents enjoy visiting Mountain Arts Community Center, founded in 1999 at the former Signal Mountain Elementary School. Today, MACC is a hub of the community, where residents can go to enjoy fun classes, special events, and activities geared toward every age-group.
You found your dream home and made an offer, but your agent just called with the bad news: offer rejected. What to do next? If your purchase offer was just rejected, it might not be too late to try renegotiating, so don't walk away without more information. Either way, it's important to turn this into a learning opportunity, because you'll probably be bidding on multiple homes in Chattanooga. Take these steps to make the most of your first failed bid.
When buying a home, some folks know exactly what they want, others are stuck trying to decide between a house or condo. Our agents at Fletcher Bright Realty understand how important this decision is, and are ready to assist you in any way possible. We've put together some pros and cons on condo ownership to help you get started.
Fourth of July is almost here and it's high time to start planning for a night loaded with pyrotechnic fun. Several communities across Chattanooga will be offering fireworks display once again each with its own unique setting and viewing experience. Whether you are looking for a tranquil vantage point or a big community event, our real estate agents have done the research and we've got plenty of suggestions for where to take in the many fireworks shows that Chattanooga has to offer.
Whether you're cruising the Caribbean or snapping selfies in Miami Beach, you can't enjoy the moment if you're worried about someone breaking into your Chattanooga home. The U.S. Department of Justice reports the summer months are a peak season for household property crimes. While you're away from home enjoying a vacation, you don't want to worry about what is happening at home. Here are 10 tips from our real estate agents to protect your home while on vacation.
Our team of real estate agents is committed to not only finding your perfect home, but providing a helpful guide to Chattanooga fun and festivities that your entire family will love. When you're looking for things to do in the Chattanooga area, be sure to check out Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park.
Whether you're new to Chattanooga, a long-time resident or just stopping by for a visit, the Riverbend Festival is one Chattanooga event that you definitely won't want to miss. It runs every year around the start of the summer, and this year's festival is going to be bigger and better than ever. That's because this year marks the 35th anniversary of the first Riverbend Festival, which started small and grew into the beloved event that we enjoy today. Our real estate agents have done the research and we've got all the details on what to expect from this year's Riverbend Festival in Chattanooga, TN.
As summer arrives in Chattanooga, residents of all ages and backgrounds are flocking to bodies of water for seasonal fun. One of our favorite summer pastimes takes place on the Tennessee River too, but it won't get you wet. Instead, it will transport you back in time to the 1800's, when southerners dined, danced, and took in the views aboard elegant, multi-story riverboats. The Southern Belle Riverboat, our #1 pick for summer date nights, is one of the best ways to see Chattanooga and the scenic river that winds through it.
Chattanooga is the fourth largest city in Tennessee. Made up of a diverse group of residents, the area consists of 49 distinct neighborhoods. In addition to racial diversity, the economy of Chattanooga is well-balanced between white and blue collar jobs as well as displaying a widespread scale of income.
And while these differences may be distinct, there's one thing all the residents share in common - the love of a Saturday afternoon at one of Chattanooga's many city parks.
Whether you're looking for homes in Chattanooga or elsewhere in Tennessee, one thing is for sure: Your new home is one of the most important investments you'll ever make. Even before closing, you should start thinking about the best way to protect your investment. There are two major options: Home insurance and a home warranty.
Both of these products can help you protect the value of your home against the unforeseen. You can choose either or both depending on your needs.
It's spring clean season. The time of the year we all get the urge to give our homes a little TLC after a long winter. And, if you are thinking about selling your home this year, spring is the perfect time to check-off a few tasks off your to-do list before you schedule that first showing. Our team of Chattanooga REALTORS® has created this "ultimate spring-cleaning guide" so you will be ready to enjoy the warm weather and summer months ahead.
Moving is a challenging process for a variety of reasons and getting the whole family on board can be one of the most difficult aspects. Our REALTORS® in Chattanooga are committed to making your move easier in every way possible. These moving tips will help you tell the kids you're moving and hopefully make the transition to your new home a much smoother one.
Coolidge Park, located on Chattanooga's Northshore waterfront, has long been known as a place for "Horsing Around" in the city's downtown area. Kids--of all ages--can be seen playing in the park's interactive water fountain, chasing each other across the Walnut Street Pedestrian Bridge (the world's largest pedestrian bridge) or taking a ride on the 100-year old, Dentzel carousel located in Coolidge Park.
Sometimes, the name of a community simply picks itself. Such is the case for Lookout Mountain, TN, a beautiful, breathtaking community perched above Chattanooga. You will not find better views of the city anywhere else, and that's just the start of what you have to look forward to when you live atop Lookout Mountain. The beautiful views from Lookout Mountain are accompanied by ample outdoor activities, a unique mountaintop community, fun traditions, and even a very creative mode of transportation from Chattanooga to the mountaintop.
One of the best things about buying a house in Chattanooga, TN is that each neighborhood has its own personality and feel. The city is still very connected, but every neighborhood is its own unique experience. The MLK District is one of Chattanooga's most well-established neighborhoods and is a very popular home for young professionals, families, and students of the city's excellent universities. Historic homes line the streets of Chattanooga's MLK District, and there is something interesting to do waiting around every corner of the neighborhood.
Curb appeal is one of the most important factors in selling your home. If you make a good first impression with your home's curb appeal, everyone--including potential home buyers in Chattanooga--will want to see what is inside. Check out these ten simple curb appeal improvements to make your home more appealing to "drive-by" house hunters.
As you walk through the streets of our downtown, most native Chattanoogans can tell you stories about the city and its many neighborhoods. From the Bluff View Art District to Northshore and City Center, each has its own Cinderella story. Chattanooga's Southside District is no different.
Spring has long been known as the time that the housing market wakes up from its winter slumber and homes start to list and sell at a more rapid pace. In the weeks leading up to the spring market, people looking to sell start calling real estate agents, and listing preparations begin. There are a few essential steps before selling a home, and as spring gets closer, it is time to take each one.
Moving into a new home is exciting. However whether you're relocating across town or across the country, there comes a time when you start to wonder about your new neighbors. Getting to know "the people next door" helps you feel more comfortable and at home in your new neighborhood--not to mention gives you the chance to create long-lasting friendship.
Rather than waiting for your neighbors to come knocking on your door, why not go to them? Here are some great ways to reach out and meet your new neighbors after you move in.
Buying a condo in a city like Chattanooga offers you plenty of conveniences not easily found in other communities—like access to downtown restaurants, shopping and entertainment. However, if you are interested in buying a Chattanooga condo, you should know that part of picking out the perfect living space is asking the right questions. Our REALTORS® in Chattanooga know exactly which questions to ask to uncover information that shapes your condo buying decision. Let's take a look at some of the best questions to ask before making a commitment to a condo.
Are you considering buying a house in Chattanooga? At Fletcher Bright Realty, our Chattanooga REALTORS® know first-hand why our city is the best place to live, and we're sure you'll love living here too. We've put our heads together and created this list of 10 reasons why Chattanooga is such a special place to live.
From electric eels to awesome otters, the Tennessee Aquarium is a place to explore everything under the sea, lakes and rivers. It even has a butterfly garden when you want to see some splashes of color above the water. And the aquarium's location on the Tennessee River is next to perfect.
From lunch on the go to a formal dinner date, you'll find that Chattanooga's restaurant offerings will give you exactly what you are looking for. In fact, you can eat around the globe while dining in Chattanooga. Some of the local favorites include Boathouse, Lupi's Pizza, Urban Stack, Boccacia and Tremont Tavern.
Chattanooga offers all of the amenities you need for a comfortable lifestyle without the cumbersome features of a big city--like traffic and frenzied people rushing back and forth. It's friendly and slow-paced yet sophisticated and loaded with cultural activities. And if you really want the "big city" experience, you're less than two hours from Atlanta, Nashville, Birmingham and Knoxville
Chattanooga is notable for being the first city on the globe to offer city-wide 10-gig Internet. This makes it a tech-friendly place to live.
The cost of rent for commercial space and the price of Chattanooga homes for sale are significantly lower than other cities in the area. You don't have to have millions to live comfortably in Chattanooga.
With the exception of central China, Chattanooga has more tree and wildflower varieties than anywhere else. The city's also close to many lakes and rivers, which means the scenery around the city is truly splendid. Take a boat out on the river to get another perspective of just how beautiful Chattanooga really is.
Outside Magazine named Chattanooga one of the Best Towns in America. Chattanooga was also the first mid-sized city to create its own district specifically dedicated to advancing innovative workplaces. The Innovation District is bringing many new companies and jobs to Chattanooga. It truly is an "up and coming" community.
Chattanooga embraces southern hospitality. Everywhere you look, you'll be greeted with a smile and a friendly handshake. The people here are simply pleasant to be around, and you'll find them to be great neighbors.
Sure, it will rain from time to time, but the climate in Chattanooga is mild. You will have four distinct seasons, but the weather is rarely too cold or too hot.
Chattanooga offers easy access to the city and its amenities, which you can reach from I-75. Once in the city, take the CARTA Downtown Electric Shuttle for free or take advantage of the Bike Chattanooga bike share program to get around town without spending a fortune or messing with your car.
Have these 10 facts piqued your interest about buying a home in Chattanooga? Contact our team at Fletcher Bright Realty to start your Chattanooga home search today.
Fall is a beautiful time of year—the colors change and the weather gets cooler. It's also a busy time of year, when kids go back to school and lives kick back into high gear after the lazy days of summer. Even with the bustle, it's essential to think about home maintenance. Your home will benefit from a few fall tasks to keep it optimized and prepped, and ready for anything.
Many homes in the nation endure weather extremes. To run efficiently, and to prevent potential costlier repairs, homeowners must perform a few tasks each season. Not only can it save a lot of money in the long run, it can prevent the discomfort of dealing with an issue when the inclement weather is happening.