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Native plants are an important source of food and habitat for local wildlife, including birds, butterflies, bees, and other pollinators. These animals have evolved to rely on the specific plants that are native. Read More

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It's still early in the year and we already have a whole list of positive things that are happening around our great city. Read on for a list of our favorite positive achievements and local happenings. Read More

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Private 216+/- acre farm with scenic views of the Cherokee National Forest and the Cohutta Mountains. This acreage offers gently rolling hills, incredible views, a homestead, barn, and commercial kitchen... Read More

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January is National Radon Action Month. Within our post, we'll answer lots of common radon-related questions, plus Chattanooga Home Inspector is offering a special Radon testing deal. Read More

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Thinking about putting your home on the market in the Spring? Read our blog post to get a full list of the most helpful tips to help you get your home ready for sale. Print our list and check items off as you go! Read More

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Our Fall Bash is this Saturday, Oct. 22, from 12 - 3 pm in St. Elmo Park. Enjoy some fall recreation and meet the team! We will have a cakewalk, sack hopping race, giant Jenga, a fall photo op, and a hike up Lookout Mtn. Read More

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This month, we're seeing an increase in home inventory and a slight decrease in median sales prices. Buyers may find it easier to get their offer accepted as overall sales have only slightly slowed. Read More

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This dish is so delicious and requires only a few simple ingredients like corn, tomatoes, and basil which makes it the perfect summer go-to meal. Grab your summer veggies from your local farmer's market and get to it... Read More