Real Estate

Property Owners Continue Fight against Verizon Tower Plan

Property Owners Continue Fight against Verizon Tower Plan

The Smoky Hills Homeowners Association and other area residents convened July 10 to discuss ways to combat a proposed plan by Verizon Wireless to construct a communication tower in Seymour. The property where the tower is to be built is located at 272 Keeble Rd. northwest of the intersection of[Read More...]

Public Voices Concern Over Proposed Cell Tower

Public Voices Concern Over Proposed Cell Tower

By Jay Miller, jay@heraldnewstn.com Verizon Wireless is proposing the construction of a cell phone tower in Blount County near Seymour but the process has been delayed by public concerns. A public hearing for the construction of the tower was scheduled for July 3 but has been postponed until next month[Read More...]

Construction Set to Begin on Major South Knox Projects

Construction Set to Begin on Major South Knox Projects

Knoxville Vice Mayor Nick Pavlis has released a second quarter summary of major developments in South Knoxville. Included in the report is an update on development on the south bank of the Tennessee River and sidewalk construction on Young High Pike. South Knoxville residents can expect to see construction on[Read More...]

Construction at Burger King Nears Completion

Construction at Burger King Nears Completion

Construction of the new Burger King in Seymour is nearer completion as crews continue to work through the heat. When first begun last fall, construction in the space between Sevier County Bank and Food City on Chapman Hwy. had been the cause of local curiosity. After a couple months of[Read More...]

July 3, 2014 Business, News, Real Estate, Seymour
Colonial Loan Celebrates Grand Opening

Colonial Loan Celebrates Grand Opening

Colonial Loan Association celebrated its grand opening Wednesday in Seymour with a cookout at their Chapman Hwy. branch June 25. Attendees were treated to a ribbon cutting ceremony and offered hot dogs, chips, cookies, and refreshments. There was also balloon making, give-aways, and a drawing for five different prizes. “We[Read More...]

June 26, 2014 Business, Community, News, Real Estate, Seymour
Agency Protects Natural Heritage

Agency Protects Natural Heritage

By Jay Miller, jay@heraldnewstn.com The Foothills Land Conservancy, based in Maryville, grants local land owners the opportunity to preserve, forever, the natural features of their property through a conservation easement. Conservation easements are voluntary, custom agreements that allow land owners to dictate how they want their land to be used[Read More...]

Seymour Loan Officer Offers Face-to-Face Advice

Seymour Loan Officer Offers Face-to-Face Advice

Richard Swan is a Senior Loan Officer at Mortgage Investors Group in Seymour. Swan feels people deserve to meet with a loan officer face-to-face instead of through the internet and that they benefit from this interaction. “I meet with people in all walks of life and discuss their options,” Swan[Read More...]

June 12, 2014 Community, News, Real Estate, Seymour
Documentary Planned for Historical Property

Documentary Planned for Historical Property

By Jay Miller, jay@ heraldnewstn.com Driving east down Boyds Creek Hwy., just past Temple Rd., there sits an abandoned home overgrown with green foliage. It is easy to miss from the road, but it has caught the eye of two local residents. Chris Lonas and Chad Hatcher, graduates of Seymour[Read More...]

May 29, 2014 Community, News, Real Estate, Seymour
Seymour Real Estate: The Trials and Tribulations of Selling a Home

Seymour Real Estate: The Trials and Tribulations of Selling a Home

By Jay Miller, jay@heraldnewstn.com Seymour is ranked as one of the top five places in the state of Tennessee to own a home. Despite this fact, one Seymour resident has had significant trouble selling his house. Bill Lowe has been trying to sell his house for the past three years.[Read More...]

May 8, 2014 News, Real Estate, Seymour
Seymour Tops Home Ownership List

Seymour Tops Home Ownership List

By Joe King, king@heraldnewstn.com Of all the places to own a home in Tennessee, Seymour has been ranked as the fifth best in the entire state by a recent study. According to a study performed by Tennessee Housing development Agency, Seymour met the three major factors that shows the community[Read More...]

May 1, 2014 Featured, News, Real Estate, Seymour