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The Housing Hour -Air Date 11.03.12 Energy Efficiency Part 3

The Housing Hour November 3, 2012

Presented by: Our Energy efficiency series continues with Part 3: Our Guest:  David Lee – Residential Supervisor for U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Building Technologies Program Important Website: Building Technologies Program Energy Efficient Technology Appliance and Equipment Standards Translate to Huge Energy Savings Energy Efficiency of […]


Aired 10-27-12 : Haunted Housing Hour! Can home really be haunted?

The Housing Hour October 24, 2012

Can homes really be haunted? Check out Shadow Ghost video! Video curtsey of Appalachian Paranormal Investigations: [vimeo video_id=”52179084″ width=”100%” height=”300″ title=”Yes” byline=”Yes” portrait=”No” autoplay=”No” loop=”No” color=”00adef”] Special Thanks to: Appalachian Paranormal Investigations Also, Special Thanks Real Estate Agent Roger Brown, Linda Brown Realty.


The Housing Hour-Air Date 10-13-12 Energy Efficiency Part 2: TVA

The Housing Hour October 22, 2012

Energy Efficiency Part 2: TVA Presented by:  The Best of the Housing Hour: With winter weather just around the corner….its time to re-visit Home Energy Efficiency! Special Guest – Frank Rapley, general manager in Energy Efficiency Program Design with TVA Websites mentioned: We talk to TVA about saving energy in your home! Frank […]


Home building surges to 4-year high!

The Housing Hour October 17, 2012

Home building surged to a four-year high in September. NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The housing recovery blossomed in September, as the pace of home building surged to a four-year high, according to a government report issued Wednesday. Builders started work at an annual pace of 872,000 homes last month, up […]


Housing Boom? Some Economists say yes, it’s coming…..

The Housing Hour October 12, 2012

Many economists believe this emerging housing recovery will produce only slow and modest improvement in home prices, construction and jobs, others believe the rebound will be much stronger. Barclays Capital put out a report recently forecasting that home prices, which fell by more than a third after the housing bubble […]


The Housing Hour-Air Date 10-06-2012 Energy Efficiency Part 1

The Housing Hour October 12, 2012

Presented by:  The Best of the Housing Hour: With winter weather just around the corner….its time to re-visit Home Energy Efficiency! The Housing Hour is excited to have Dr. Roderick Jackson from ORNL as our special guest. We will be talking about many issues including the Zero Energy Building Research […]


Foreclosures fall to 5-year low!!!!

The Housing Hour October 11, 2012

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — The wave of foreclosures hitting the nation’s housing market has been much less severe than anticipated, with foreclosure filings at their lowest level in five years last month, according to a report out Thursday. Foreclosure filings — including default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions — […]



The Housing Hour October 4, 2012

Kevin and Mark are joined by political analyst David Thompson in a round table discussion on the Presidential race and how it relates to past/present and future housing trends and policies. They will peal back views from Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama to compare and contrast their […]