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Housing and the Presidential Election

The Housing Hour October 20, 2016

Housing and the Presidential Election By Steve Kleber The housing crisis is an issue that needs to be faced and tackled by the next administration. Both presidential candidates have contrasting stances on the issue along with different backgrounds. Trump, a real estate mogul, should be better for housing, but […]


Salute from the Shore

The Housing Hour June 30, 2015

Honoring American Armed Forces on The Fourth of July Salute from the Shore The State of South Carolina prepares for the 6th annual, ‘Salute from the Shores’, on July 4th. This event gives family, friends, and the country a chance to honor our Armed Forces on Independence Day. Various WWII […]


Oak Ridge Pool Turns 70

The Housing Hour June 24, 2015

                  Oak Ridge Pool Turns 70 By the summer of 1945, WWII was over in Europe. Hitler and Mussolini were dead, and the German armies had surrendered. However, the war was still waging in the Pacific, and uncertainty was felt throughout the […]


TRID Rule Coming Soon

The Housing Hour May 5, 2015

Special Guest Jesse A. Lehn, Executive Vice President, Mortgage Investors Group joins The Housing Hour to discuss the big change in home loan closing procedure issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that will take effect August 1st.  The change may seem to be confusing and cumbersome  but with the […]


Home Values With Tom White

The Housing Hour February 10, 2015

Special Guest Residential Home Appraiser Tom White A long time East Tennessee appraiser, Tom has seen market chances and fluctuations that most professionals don’t see in a life time. His experiences give our listening audience a unique perspective of home values.   Home Values With Tom White On this weeks […]


Market Week In Review

The Housing Hour January 30, 2015

Market Week In Review by Eric Holloman When the Federal Reserve met earlier this week the governing body did not rock the boat and kept with previous statements and posture.  They left rates unchanged, however the statement was tweaked in a way to allow them to start rate hikes (normalizing […]


Black Friday: Let The Shopping Begin!

The Housing Hour November 26, 2014

          Black Friday: Let The Shopping Begin! The day after Thanksgiving, aka Black Friday, is the biggest shopping day of the year. The origins of the term ‘Black Friday’ have become legendary all on its own. Some people point to the massive chaotic shopping mobs that […]