New subdivisions in Chattanooga, TN


This list shows the new subdivisions in Chattanooga, TN and their homes. The list updates, changes, and renews daily with homes from some of the area’s best and newest subdivisions in Chattanooga.

Brandi Pearl Thompson specializes in helping all people buy and sell homes within Catoosa County, Dade County, and Walker County in Georgia and Hamilton County, Marion County, Sequatchie County, Bradley County in Tennessee. Brandi Pearl Thompson services Chattanooga, Ooltewah, Hixson, Soddy Daisy, Red Bank, Harrison, Ringgold, Signal Mountain, Apison, and Collegedale. She can help you regardless of the type of home and price range, big or small…she sells them all.

If financing is an obstacle for you, Brandi Pearl typically has the solutions you are looking for and can offer creative financing alternatives. If you do not qualify for financing she will NOT turn you away and we will help you get positioned so that you CAN buy a home from us in the future. Brandi Pearl does not succeed until you succeed and are living in your new home.

Brandi Pearl Thompson has been licensed for eight years and has worked at RE/MAX Properties North and works at Keller Williams. Having relocated into the Greater Chattanooga area over 10 years ago, she now calls Chattanooga home.

The areas I serve are here:

Chattanooga Valley, Georgia, Chickamauga, Georgia, Indian Springs, Georgia, Lakeview, Georgia, Lookout Mountain, Georgia, Ringgold, Georgia, Rossville, Georgia, Trenton, Georgia, Kensington, Georgia, Rising Fawn, Georgia, Wildwood, Georgia, Fairview, Georgia, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, LaFayette, Georgia

Dunlap, Tennessee, Fairmount, Tennessee, Jasper, Tennessee, Kimball, Tennessee, Lakesite, Tennessee, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, Monteagle, Tennessee, New Hope, Tennessee, Powells Crossroads, Tennessee, South Pittsburg, Tennessee, Walden, Tennessee, Whitwell, Tennessee, Apison, Tennessee, Bakewell, Tennessee, Birchwood, Tennessee, Falling Water, Tennessee, Haletown, Tennessee, Hixson, Tennessee, Lone Oak, Tennessee, Sale Creek, Tennessee, Orme, Tennessee, Ridgeside, Tennessee, Collegedale, Tennessee, Harrison, Tennessee, Ooltewah, Tennessee, Signal Mountain, Tennessee, East Brainerd, Tennessee, East Ridge, Tennessee, Middle Valley, Tennessee, Red Bank, Tennessee, Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee, Cleveland, Tennessee, Chattanooga, Tennessee

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Alton Park, Avondale, Brainerd, Bonny Oaks, Bushtown, Clifton Hills, East Brainerd, East Chattanooga, East Lake, Eastdale, Ferger Place, Fort Wood, Foxwood Heights, Glenwood, Highland Park, Hill City, Hixson, Highway 58, Lake Hills, Murray Hills, Jefferson Heights, Lookout Valley, Tiftonia, Wauhatchie, Lupton City, Missionary Ridge, North Chattanooga, Orchard Knob, Pineville, Ridgedale, Riverview, Rossville, Southside, Stuart Heights, Tyner, St. Elmo, Woodmore

I want to buy a home…should I just look at homes first?


I want to buy a home…should I just look at homes first?

This is a very common question that I am asked. Here are the first steps I would recommend to anyone who is wanting to buy a home.

1. Ask around to get recommendations for a REALTOR.

A great resource for this would be zillow, friends, asking on your social media sites, and googling local REALTORS in your area. The reason I would start with finding a good REALTOR that fits with your personality is because the REALTOR can guide you through the rest of the steps and make the home buying process more enjoyable.

2. Set up a consultation with the REALTOR.

A buyer’s consultation is a great way to learn about the process and get information on financing options. Also, a good REALTOR can recommend several lenders that have done a good job of getting loans closed. This is critical if you plan on financing your home purchase and good local lender is a critical component in the home buying process. After, the consultation you should feel more confident, and your expectations should be have been set by the REALTOR you can also find out if your personality is going to work with the agent.

3. Set up a consultation with a good local lender.

After, taking the recommendations from your REALTOR, friends and family. Call and set up a time that the lender can pre-approve you. I would recommend getting pre-approved. The lender will ask to pull your credit, fill out an application, and in some causes ask you to bring in documentation regarding your job, savings, checking etc.. This step is critical because not only will you know for sure if you can purchase a home, but is you will also know how much you can either qualify or afford per the the bank. Once, you have been pre-approved the bank can issue you a letter. This letter is need if you decided to purchase any homes especially bank owned homes. Banks want a letter submitted with the offer.

Once you have completed these three steps, you have put your self in the drivers seat of the home buying process. You are now ready to either purchase a home now or have been given the steps needed to put you in the driver’s seat by your local lender and REALTOR. You have given yourself a great support system and are now ready to go house hunting.