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If you don’t own a car in Memphis (or even if you do), then you are likely to take a cab, bus, or maybe even try out Uber or Lyft. Since April, Uber and Lyft began operating in Memphis. With app incentives like free rides for referring friends, Uber and Lyft have quickly infiltrated markets […]

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While the recent news for the Shelby County real estate market has shown slow and steady growth, a recent report from the Memphis Area Realtors and Chandler Reports shows that the home sales as well as sale prices in Tennessee’s Shelby County have dropped 39 percent in July 2014 compared to July 2013. The reports […]

According to a new survey, it seems the people living in Memphis are growing tired of a social media based world. While the data isn’t astronomical, it does show a shift in the way that the people of Memphis engage on social media sites. That trend was consistent when the survey asked the same question […]

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For many years now, All My Sons has been a staple throughout the US, helping families and individuals move local and long distance jobs. But our hearts lie with the whole area, not just the people who hire us to move their valuables. Here in Memphis, we know how important it is to give back […]

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When people come to visit Memphis, it is common for them to find a reason to stay and call Memphis their new home. Memphis has a distinct character all its own that is charming and inviting for the people who live there. Living in Memphis has plenty to offer aside from the typical draws of […]

According to a new study from Movoto, Memphis is among the top ten exciting places in Tennessee. Memphis ranked in at number eight in the study, which used criteria such as: Nightlife per capita (bars, clubs, comedy, etc.) Live music venues per capita Active life options per capita (parks, outdoor activities, etc.) Arts and Entertainment […]

Shelby County, which consists of several Tennessee cities including Memphis, experienced a drop in home sales in May compared to the same month last year and also from April. This data was compiled by the real estate information company called Chandler Reports, which also showed that Shelby County recorded 1,242 home sales in May, down […]

When it comes to real estate in the Memphis area, industrial vacancies are becoming hard to come by. Current vacancy in the Memphis real estate industrial market fell to 10.8 percent, the lowest point since early 2000. Class B spaces of 20,000 to 110,000 square feet are seeing strong activity due to expansions and new […]

As the market still struggles to regain stability after the housing crash in 2008, some markets are still geared towards investors due to the large amount of homes priced affordably for flipping and selling or for retaining as rental properties. The Memphis real estate market is one of these strong markets, according to Realty Biz […]

While it is not a permanent solution for unemployment, it is certainly a temporary one. Memphis in May International Festivals is looking to fill more than 40 seasonal positions this spring. The jobs, which will run from the end of April through May, are for support staff for events that include Beale Street Music Festival, […]