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Following a recent conversation with my parents, I began to understand how much good and bad information and solicitations are bombarding people during TV watching time. They can’t seem to escape "one good deal after another." I normally don’t watch much TV, especially not the newscasts, so …

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Rob and Tracy Zimmerman have always had a passion for entrepreneurship and helping others, so it’s no wonder that they decided to come together to form the Sold By Zimmerman team powered by Keller Williams Realty. They pursued their real estate licenses in 2019 and have been working with cli…

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The year is beginning to wind down, but real estate prices are still flying high — only one home on this month’s list dips below the $4 million mark.

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By now, your home is probably decorated, most of your shopping is done and you’re just crossing your fingers that the last minute deliveries will appear soon on your doorstep.  What else is left to do?  Well, enjoy the season and celebrate of course!  There are many social events that will t…

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Many of you will be traveling for some part of December during the upcoming school break and holidays and I wanted to give you a few helpful hints to help you get your home ready for your departure. 

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Real estate developer AJ Capital Partners, whose summer purchase of the property home to live music club Exit/In caused some residents to worry about the future of the venue, has applied for a historic landmark overlay at the site — a Metro designation that would make it more difficult to ma…

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We are swiftly moving through October and this is a good time for the reminder that October is Fire Prevention Month.  If you haven’t done so this calendar year, test your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors if you have them.  If you have older models, test and change the batteries…

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The Milcrofton Utility District officially filed Friday, Oct. 22, a petition for condemnation of the historic Menefee-Byrd farm in Brentwood — an early step toward the public taking of part of the property.

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GBT Realty continues to target multiple local locales for urban-focused projects, with the Brentwood-based development company now seemingly eyeing a River North site.