Memphis Bass Pro: One of a Kind


Bass Pro opened its newest store in downtown Memphis last week. You might not think that another sport shop opening is newsworthy but this is no ordinary sports shop.

Memphis Commercial Real Estate Highlights


If nothing else, the Memphis commercial real estate market is dynamic and growing.

Memphis Q1 real estate data confirms city is a seller’s market


First quarter residential real estate data for Memphis, Shelby County, Fayette County, and Tipton County has been released by the Memphis Area Association of Realtors, and the results are a little mixed.

U.S. homes are still a bargain on the international market


Properties in the U.S. are still considered a “good buy” relative to prices internationally, researchers note at the National Association of Realtors’ Economists’ Outlook blog.

Memphis’ High End Real Estate Deals


There are many smaller cities and suburbs such as Southaven, Collierville, Horn Lake, Bartlett, Olive Branch, surrounding Memphis but Memphis and Germantown frequently generate the highest real estate sales prices

New report shows housing is in surprisingly good shape

New report

A newly unveiled forward-looking housing index by Nationwide says the U.S. housing market is at its healthiest level since 2001.

Ferguson, Mo., property prices crash by 50%, data shows

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Home values in Ferguson, Mo., have plummeted nearly 50 percent since Michael Brown’s death, new housing data shows.

Memphis Mortgages The Good, Bad, and Ugly Part 1

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Mortgages in Memphis are not a simple subject. There are many more options than most people consider. Should you take out a mortgage requiring the lowest down payment or keep savings to pay a higher down payment to gain the advantage of a lower interest rate? If you already have a mortgage, is it smarter […]

Memphis Comes Alive This Spring


Memphis in the spring is always wonderful. The big festival of Memphis in May is coming soon but that’s not the only thing going on in Memphis for the spring. Coming this weekend is the St. Patrick day celebration that will be in full force on Beale Street. Although Beale Street is well known for […]

Memphis Economy is Growing Hopeful

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A Memphis Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Peabody Hotel reflected economic hope for Memphis in 2015. The hope is to bring new business to the city and Shelby County. The two biggest assets the region offers are available capacity and a strengthening school system that provides young workers ready and able to join the […]