Living and Working in Memphis

For those not familiar with Memphis, it offers the best of two worlds. Memphis is set in the Mississippi Delta. It’s a vibrant metro area that melds with the slow rhythms of the rural South. Adding to the city’s charm and attractiveness are the historical districts, memorials, and cultural legends such as Elvis Presley and

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Crye-Leike Real Estate Features Memphis

Crye-Leike provides easy access to agents and other real estate professionals. The full network provides quick easy access to any listed property and generates more buyers viewing homes than any other broker in Memphis.

Digital Realtor Roundup: Memphis, Tennessee

On the borderline in between Tennessee and Arkansas, Memphis is the largest and westernmost metropolis in the state, and the largest on the Mississippi River. Here is a roundup of local Realtors in Memphis serving buyers and sellers.

The Oldest Real Estate Firm in Memphis

Originally established in 1868, Marx-Bensdorf, REALTORS® is the oldest real estate firm in Bluff City. Today, the agency encompasses a diverse group of agents enabling it to offer services across the metropolitan area and beyond.

Hobson Realtors – Marketing Top End Memphis Properties

When it comes to marketing top end Memphis real estate, there is none better than Hobson Realtors.

Crye-Leike Realtors serving Memphis and The Midsouth

Memphis real estate has a lot to offer you whether you are selling, buying, or looking to invest in real estate. With 112 conveniently located offices and over 3,000+ licensed professionals, Crye-Leike provides easy access to agents and other real estate professionals. The full network provides quick easy access to any listed property and generates

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Memphis Real Estate – A Reason for Optimism?

Could 2012 be the year that real estate finally picks itself up of the floor? Across the nation, we are seeing individual markets showing stirrings of life. Of course prices remain at record lows and we still face potentially millions more foreclosures, but on a local scale in many cities, there is much to be optimistic about.

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