Oakes Daylily Festival in Knoxville, Tennessee

Posted by Jim Lee, REALTOR® @ 8:29 pm, June 28th, 2008  

About 15 miles east of downtown Knoxville, Tennessee in the rural little community of Corryton is the Oakes Daylily Farm, home to the annual Daylily Festival.

Yesterday my lovely wife Charlotte and I went for a visit. It was not our first visit, we’ve been several times to see the spectacular display of around 40 acres of blooming, beautiful Daylilies.

Here’s a few photos:

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This is the view you’re greeting with at the parking lot
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The black curved tents in the background are the Hosta barns. Oakes has about 50 different varieties of these shade loving plants in addition to their thousands of different varieties of Daylilies.

photo bloggins the Oakes Daylily Festival in Corryton tn

The Oakes crew also know how to show visitors a good time. This is my lovely wife Charlotte posing with the Daylilies. Just across the lake is a big wagon load of visitors being given a tour of the Oakes Daylily Farm. You have to see this place in person to appreciate the acres and acres of beautiful, blooming flowers. 

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Of course no trip to the Daylily Festival would be complete without buying a few. This year I chose Prairie Sunburst, the yellow one on top, and Red Volunteer on the bottom. 

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View from across the lake. They have a wonderful arched bridge and gazebo overlooking the lake. 

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Here’s a closeup of the Red Volunteer Daylilies still growing. 

Oakes is nationally famous for their Daylilies and have grown and/or developed over 4,000 varieties.

lake view from the oakes gazebo

The gazebo makes a great frame for this lake photo.
If you’re ever in Knoxville, Tennessee around the end of June be sure and put a visit to the Oakes Daylily Farm on your itinerary, it’s well worth the visit.

I also noticed a few houses for sale near the Oakes Farm so if you would like to live near there, visit Knoxville Home Center.com and pick out a few for us to visit.

Who else wants their Knoxville or Farragut Tennessee home sold fast?

Posted by Jim Lee, REALTOR® @ 3:21 pm, June 26th, 2008  

If your Knoxville or Farragut Tennessee home is on the market for sale and not selling here’s some things you can do to change that and help it to sell quickly.

  • dress your knoxville home for success with great curb appealCheck your home’s curb appeal. Go out your front door, walk across the street, and take a hard look at the view potential buyers see when they drive by. Are your lawn and shrubs neatly trimmed? A touch of seasonal flowers visible? Garage doors down and all bikes, big wheels, and toys put away? The first thing buyers have to do to buy your house is be attracted to it. Good curb appeal sets the stage for a positive visit. You might also check any online photos, especially the first one people see.
  • Check your price. What have similar homes to yours sold for in the past few months? What price range are pending sales of homes similar to yours in? Hows your market absorption rate right now? This is a very strange market we’re in all across the country and you need to know what the situation is locally; in your town, in your area, in your neighborhood. Make sure your house is priced competitively.
  • Have your home professionally “staged” inside. Staging is part art form, part science. Successful staging is much more than interior decorating; it’s literally setting a stage to make your home look like a model home. Declutter and put away personal “stuff” that detract buyers from looking at the actual house. Refresh tired and outdated paint colors. ‘Lean out’ over crowded rooms and consider renting a storage locker to store excess furniture and large possessions that take up floor space.
  • Instead of dropping the price, consider offering some incentives for potential buyers. Paying some or all of their closing costs is a tried and true inducement. Try and think of some unusual incentives such as paying their moving expenses. What buyer wouldn’t be attracted to the notion of not having to lift a finger on moving in day but rather directing free movers where to locate their heavy furniture.
  • Offer an incentive to local Realtors. Money works well. ;-). Adding 1% to the fee a buyer’s agent can earn is a small portion of your sales price but it can attract more agents to push your house to their buyers. Let’s face it, money is a powerful motivator.

None, or even all, of these things are guaranteed to make your house sell but I think most would agree that the more you tilt the odds in your favor the better your chances of a sale become.

Visit Knoxville Home Center for 40 free tips to make your home sell faster and for more money. You can also request a free copy of my 52 page eBook titled “450 Ideas To Help Your Home Sell FASTER!”. Just click the “Free Stuff” link for this and more selling ideas.

Relocating to the greater Knoxville, Tennessee area?

Posted by Jim Lee, REALTOR® @ 7:11 pm, June 21st, 2008  

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Knoxville and Farragut Tennessee mortgage rates are on the rise

Posted by Jim Lee, REALTOR® @ 11:43 am, June 21st, 2008  

<meta name="GENERATOR" content="OpenOffice.org 2.4 (Win32)" /><br /> <style type="text/css"> <!-- @page { size: 8.5in 11in; margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } --> </style> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">Knoxville area mortgage rates surged this past week to a nationwide average 6.42% for the most common 30 year fixed rate.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">That was a sharp increase from the 6.32% the previous week and some see it as a signal the Federal Reserve has shifted it’s focus from preventing a recession to controlling inflating inflation.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">The 15 year mortgage also increased; from 5.93% last week to 6.02%.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">These levels are the highest Knoxville and nationwide mortgages have been to since September 27<sup>th</sup> of 2007!</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">So what does that mean for Knoxville and Farragut Tennessee homebuyers?</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">According to the latest sales figures from the Knoxville Area Association of Realtors the median price paid for a 3 bedroom home in Knoxville was $184,700. If you buy the median priced home with FHA financing and pay the minimum 3% down that means you would be getting a loan for $179,100.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in"><img title="knoxville tennessee area homes for sale, call Jim Lee, Knox Co0u " alt="knoxville tennessee area homes for sale, call Jim Lee, Knox Co0u " src="http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l4/jamesleetn/gracefully.jpg" /></p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">At 6.42% interest your monthly Principal & Interest only payment would be $1,122.63.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">If rates continue their rise as lots of savvy financial folks predict they will we could be seeing 7+% interest rates this fall.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">At 7% your monthly P & I only payment on your $179,100 loan would jump up to $1,191.56 which means you be paying another $68.93 a month or a whopping $24,813 over the life of your loan.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">If you’re one of the ‘fence sitters’ waiting for rates to come down, my suggestion to you is to run, don’t walk, to your computer or phone me at 693-3232 or email <a title="email Jim Lee, Knoxville, Tennessee Realtor" target="_blank" href="mailto:Jim@JimLee.com">Jim@JimLee.com</a> and let’s get started finding you a home today.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in">Tomorrow will almost certainly cost you more money not to mention the increase in the price of Knoxville and Farragut area homes.</p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in"><img title="knoxville tennessee relocation farragut maryville oak ridge loudon lenoir city jim lee knoxville realtor" alt="knoxville tennessee relocation farragut maryville oak ridge loudon lenoir city jim lee knoxville realtor" src="http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l4/jamesleetn/summer.jpg" /></p> <p style="margin-bottom: 0in"><a title="knoxville area mortgage rates surge to new, higher levels. Jim Lee, Knoxville area Realtor can help you buy now and save money." target="_blank" href="http://www.knoxvillehomecenter.com/">Knoxville Home Center.com</a> is the best place to see all the Knoxville, Farragut, Maryville, Oak ridge, and Loudon County homes & condos for sale.</p> </div> <div class="feedback">Filed under <strong> <a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/farragut-tennessee-real-estate/" rel="category tag">Farragut Tennessee real estate</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/county-tennessee-real-estate/" rel="category tag">Knox County Tennessee real estate</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/knoxville-tennessee-condominiums/" rel="category tag">Knoxville Tennessee Condominiums</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/knoxville-tennessee-relocation/" rel="category tag">Knoxville Tennessee relocation</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/town-of-farragut-tennessee/" rel="category tag">Town of Farragut Tennessee</a> </strong> | <a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/21/191/#respond">No Comments</a> </div> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:trackback="http://madskills.com/public/xml/rss/module/trackback/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/21/191/" dc:identifier="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/21/191/" dc:title="Knoxville and Farragut Tennessee mortgage rates are on the rise" trackback:ping="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/21/191/trackback/" /> </rdf:RDF> --> </div> <!-- <h2>June 19, 2008</h2> --> <div class="post"> <h3 class="posttitle" id="post-189"><a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/19/knoxville-tennessee-welcomes-the-honda-hoot/" rel="bookmark"> Knoxville Tennessee welcomes the Honda Hoot </a></h3> <div class="meta">Posted by Jim Lee, REALTOR® @ 9:51 am, June 19th, 2008   </div> <div class="postcontent"> <p>It’s <a title="honda hoot in knoxville tennessee knoxville area real estate" target="_blank" href="http://www.hondahoot.com/index.aspx?bhcp=1">Honda Hoot</a> time once again in Knoxville, Tennessee as the 8th annual “Honda Hoot” gathering of an estimated 16,000 motorcyclists rolls in to Ktown.</p> <p><img title="knoxville tennessee 2008 honda hoot knoxville real estate jim lee knoxville area realtor" alt="knoxville tennessee 2008 honda hoot knoxville real estate jim lee knoxville area realtor" src="http://i92.photobucket.com/albums/l4/jamesleetn/Hoot20.jpg" /></p> <p><em>Bikes on display at Deal’s Gap, the beginning of the famed “Dragon’s Tail”, a 6 miles stretch of road with over 300 curves! Not surprisingly this road is very, very popular with the biker crowd.<br /> </em></p> <p>The “Hoot” was <a title="knoxville tn and the annual honda hoot" target="_blank" href="http://www.wate.com/global/story.asp?s=8515640">originally for Honda owners</a> primarily but it became very popular very quickly and expanded to include all types of motorcycles. Now you can see Ducatis, Kawasakis, Triumphs, Vespas, and most every other brand of bike ridden today at the Hoot.</p> <p>Now lest you think “ugh, motorcycle rally, an orgy of beer drinking, reckless driving, and general rowdiness” don’t be concerned. The Honda Hoot crowd are mostly middle aged motorcycle enthusiasts who just love to ride their bikes and hang out; sort of a “born to be mild” crowd. The first official Hoot event is an ice cream social instead of a beer bust so the only danger there is increasing your weight. ;-></p> <p>There’s all sorts of activities, rallies, rides, shows, and just hanging out with like minded people at the Knoxville based Hoot so strap on your helmet, fire up your bike, and come on down.</p> <p>The Knoxville Tourism and Sports Corporation estimates this year’s entire event will have an economic impact of $23.1 million so Knoxville business owners like the Honda Hoot as do most everyone else in Knoxville.</p> <p>The 4 day party will be capped off by a concert starring Wynonna Judd.</p> </div> <div class="feedback">Filed under <strong> <a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/blount-county-real-estate/" rel="category tag">Blount County real estate</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/farragut-tennessee-real-estate/" rel="category tag">Farragut Tennessee real estate</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/county-tennessee-real-estate/" rel="category tag">Knox County Tennessee real estate</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/knoxville-tennessee-real-estate/" rel="category tag">Knoxville Tennessee Real Estate</a> </strong> | <a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/19/knoxville-tennessee-welcomes-the-honda-hoot/#respond">No Comments</a> </div> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:trackback="http://madskills.com/public/xml/rss/module/trackback/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/19/knoxville-tennessee-welcomes-the-honda-hoot/" dc:identifier="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/19/knoxville-tennessee-welcomes-the-honda-hoot/" dc:title="Knoxville Tennessee welcomes the Honda Hoot" trackback:ping="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/19/knoxville-tennessee-welcomes-the-honda-hoot/trackback/" /> </rdf:RDF> --> </div> <!-- <h2>June 16, 2008</h2> --> <div class="post"> <h3 class="posttitle" id="post-188"><a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/16/knoxville-knox-county-may-2008-real-estate-sales-report/" rel="bookmark"> Knoxville & Knox County May 2008 real estate sales report </a></h3> <div class="meta">Posted by Jim Lee, REALTOR® @ 5:26 pm, June 16th, 2008   </div> <div class="postcontent"> <p>The Knoxville & Farragut Tennessee sales figures for May of 2008 are now available to view <a target="_blank" title="knoxville farragut tennessee homes and condos for sale jim lee realtor" href="http://www.kaarmls.com/May08nar.htm">here.</a></p> <p>Days on the market (time from listing to contract) are almost unchanged from this past April; 101 days in May versus 100 days in <a target="_blank" title="knoxville tn average home sale prices" href="http://www.kaarmls.com/Apr08nar.htm">April of 2008</a>.</p> <p>The median price of a 3 bedroom Knoxville area home was $184,700 this past May versus $163,600 in April 2008. The median is the middle price; half of all sales were above the median and half were below. With the big rise that means we sold more expensive houses in May than we did in April.</p> <p>When you compare May of 2008 against <a target="_blank" title="May 2007 knoxville tn home and condos sold" href="http://www.kaarmls.com/May07nar.htm">May of 2007</a> there are some differences there as well.</p> <ul> <li>May 2007 the median price of a 3 bedroom home was $171,900</li> <li>May 2008 that median price was $184,700, a $12,800 increase.</li> <li>May 2007 days on market was 88 days</li> <li>May 2008 was 101 days so it’s taking an average of 13 days longer to sell a house.</li> <li>In May of 2007 we sold a total of 1,666 single family homes and condos in all price ranges.</li> <li>In May of 2008 we sold 1,213 so that’s 453 fewer units.</li> </ul> <p>All in all, Knox County sales are still good, interest rates are still around the bottom of the 6% range but I tend to agree with the experts and predict they will start drifting upwards in the next few months.</p> <p>If you’re in the market for a house or condo, <a title="knoxville knox county farragut tennessee homes for sale jim lee realtor" href="http://www.knoxvillehomecenter.com">www.KnoxvilleHomeCenter.com</a> is a great place to start looking.</p> <p>Please feel free to call or email me with any real estate questions you may have.</p> </div> <div class="feedback">Filed under <strong> <a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/farragut-tennessee-real-estate/" rel="category tag">Farragut Tennessee real estate</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/county-tennessee-real-estate/" rel="category tag">Knox County Tennessee real estate</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/knoxville-for-sale-by-owner/" rel="category tag">Knoxville For Sale By Owner</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/knoxville-tennessee-real-estate/" rel="category tag">Knoxville Tennessee Real Estate</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/university-of-tennessee/" rel="category tag">University of Tennessee</a> </strong> | <a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/16/knoxville-knox-county-may-2008-real-estate-sales-report/#respond">No Comments</a> </div> <!-- <rdf:RDF xmlns:rdf="http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#" xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:trackback="http://madskills.com/public/xml/rss/module/trackback/"> <rdf:Description rdf:about="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/16/knoxville-knox-county-may-2008-real-estate-sales-report/" dc:identifier="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/16/knoxville-knox-county-may-2008-real-estate-sales-report/" dc:title="Knoxville & Knox County May 2008 real estate sales report" trackback:ping="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/16/knoxville-knox-county-may-2008-real-estate-sales-report/trackback/" /> </rdf:RDF> --> </div> <!-- <h2>June 15, 2008</h2> --> <div class="post"> <h3 class="posttitle" id="post-187"><a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/2008/06/15/happy-fathers-day-to-knoxville-dads-and-dads-all-america/" rel="bookmark"> Happy Father’s Day to Knoxville Dads and Dads all across America </a></h3> <div class="meta">Posted by Jim Lee, REALTOR® @ 1:56 pm, June 15th, 2008   </div> <div class="postcontent"> <p>The third Sunday in June is officially recognized as Father’s Day. It was conceived and first celebrated June 19th, 1910 by a young lady named Sonora Dodd in the state of Washington while listening to a Mother’s Day sermon in church.<br /> She wanted to have a special day to honor her single parent father for the selfless devotion he gave his family.</p> <p>Apparently it took a little while to catch on. In 1924 President Calvin Coolidge supported the idea of a national Father’s Day. President Lyndon Johnson signed a presidential proclamation declaring the 3rd Sunday of June as Father’s Day. But it did not become an official day of recognition until 1972 when President Richard Nixon signed a law which made it permanent.</p> <p>Thanks to a forward thinking young lady in 1910 the third Sunday of each June is now an official “Father’s Day” to honor dads all over the United States.</p> <p>I received my traditional Father’s Day call from both my daughters; Gretchen and Amanda. Both were brief because they each have their own families now and things to do but I look forward to the annual calls and cards.</p> <p>Happy Father’s Day to dads all over</p> <p><font face="arial"><font size="+2" color="red"><br /> </font></font></p> </div> <div class="feedback">Filed under <strong> <a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/county-tennessee-real-estate/" rel="category tag">Knox County Tennessee real estate</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/knoxville-tennessee-condominiums/" rel="category tag">Knoxville Tennessee Condominiums</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/knoxville-tennessee-real-estate/" rel="category tag">Knoxville Tennessee Real Estate</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/knoxville-tennessee-relocation/" rel="category tag">Knoxville Tennessee relocation</a>,<a href="http://knoxvilletennesseerealestateblog.com/category/knoxville-tennessee-schools/" 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