Knoxville Gay Realtors, Lesbian Realtors and Gay Friendly Realtors

Top Knoxville Gay & Lesbian Real Estate Agents

Knoxville's top gay realtors pre-screened and ready to serve you. Choose the one that's right for you!

Shannon - Gay Real Estate Agent - Knoxville, TN

Top 5 Reasons You Want Me On Your Side:5. I am not your Daddy’s Realtor! No UT Football Fridge Magnets (though I am a Vols Fan), no permed hair, no flip phones and no polyester business suits. I believe I can be professional without being stu...

Jason - Gay Real Estate Agent - Knoxville, TN

Hard working dedicated REALTOR who's been a resident in Sevier County for the past 16 years. Looking forward to working with you to help you with the steps of finding your dream home.

Steve - Gay Friendly Real Estate Agent - Knoxville, TN

So, what's on your list? Colonial or ranch? Splits? Love, bungalows! Access to work, school, playgrounds, parks, restaurants, lake, mountains etc. How many bedrooms. Number of baths. Fixer upper or Move-in condition. New construction, cabin or an old...

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Knoxville, TN, Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices

Knoxville, TN, was the state’s original capital city. While that honor now lies with Nashville, Knoxville has a long history of being an important city in Tennessee. It’s still one of the largest, too, with over 180,000 residents. Knoxville is home to the University of Tennessee, one of the largest and most popular universities in the state, plus is the headquarters of the Regal Entertainment Group and Scripps Networks Interactive. Knoxville is known for its rich arts culture. The c more.......................

Knoxville, TN Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices

Knoxville, Tennessee, is the main city in the Knoxville Metropolitan Statistical Area.  This area is home to more than 850,000 people, so it’s no wonder that it has a good LGBT neighborhood.  As the first capital city of the state, Knoxville also has many historical sights, plus it’s home to several huge corporations and universities. The gay neighborhood of Knoxville is centered around Emoriland Boulevard and Fairmont Boulevard.  This area features many older homes t more.......................

Knoxville Tennessee – Gay Friendly With Architectural Gems

One of the lesser known facts about Knoxville Tennessee and Knox County in general is how many beautiful and styles of homes are available in the area. Many of these styles of home constructions are actually unique only to the Knoxville area and if you are lucky enough to find a home in one of these styles you would have made quite an investment. One type of home construction that originated in the late 1800s and still stands now in Knoxville is called the Nogging style This is a very simple fo more.......................