Memphis International Airport Expansion is Bright



Two years ago, plans were in work to modernize Concourse B at the Memphis International Airport. More than three years ago, Delta stopped using the airport as a hub for connecting flights to other destinations. The new model enabling travelers to fly direct to final destinations on smaller aircraft better meets the needs of most […]

Tax Season – Hiring a CPA



The end of the old year and beginning of a new year means that tax season is upon us. If your business grew significantly in 2016, you should be considering hiring a CPA to minimize your tax liability and maximize your bottom line profit.

More Home Sales are Failing to Close – Don’t Be Concerned YET



In late 2014, Trulia began measuring the number of home sales that failed to be completed. The measurement is calculated by counting the number of listings moving into a status of “active contingent”

Investors to Know in Memphis Real Estate Investing



Whether you are highly experienced, a newcomer, local, national, or an international real estate investor, you owe it to yourself to consider turn key rental homes in the Memphis area

Are Closing Cost Too High for Mortgage Hunters?



Significant variation in closing costs is a major part of the process when considering which lender a homebuyer should go with. Often, mortgage buyers only consider which company will prequalify

Shopping Malls Continue Losing Anchor Tenants



Shopping malls are highly dependent on anchor tenants such as Macy’s, Sears, and JCPenney. This dependency is so critical that the closure of an anchor tenant often triggers co-tenancy clauses that allow other mall tenants to exercise the right to terminate their leases or renegotiate the terms, typically with a period of lower rents, until […]

Good Things Happening in Memphis City Schools



Memphis is on a serious journey to improve its school system and showing real improvement. Emphasis has been placed on more parent involvement with students, schools

2016 in the Rearview and 2017 in the Headlights



The latter part of 2016 saw the Federal Reserve slightly raise interest rates that brought 30 year mortgage rates up to slightly above 4.3 percent following 9 weeks of consecutive increases (source: Freddie Mac). 2016 began the year with the same mortgages averaging 3.87 percent.

Memphis Business Incentives and Opportunities



Memphis by itself is an awesome place to do business. On top of that,  Memphis business incentives are offered to both new businesses and existing businesses wanting to expand in the metro and county areas.

Millennials and Baby Boomers the two most Robust Residential Markets



This is becoming a very good time to be in real estate, especially against the backdrop of years not far in the rearview mirror. Most likely, the two most robust residential markets in the foreseeable future are millennials and baby boomers. As a real estate professional, it may be tempting to attempt conquering both of […]