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Looking for Norris Lake Front homes, or lots, search everything MLS has to offer. Please use this website to search for your Dream Home or Property in Norris Lake.  Your search is only a click away.  Use the Norris Lake map to locate lake front communities, then do a quick search to find properties for sale.  Click on the Lake Front Homes tab and all lake front homes on MLS will come up, same with Lake Front Lots. I hope you enjoy your visit and explore everything the website has to offer, including Norris Lake real estate listings, information for homebuyers and sellers, and more About Us, your professional Norris Lake Realtors.

Looking for a Norris Lake  home? Use Quick Search or Map Search to browse an up-to-date database list of all available properties on Norris Lake, or use the Dream Home Finder form and I'll conduct a personalized search for you.

Whether you are a first time lakehome buyer, looking to retire, thinking of selling your Norris Lake home or making an investment Debbie will guide you through a satisfying and worry free experience. Debbie's reputation for honesty, quality, innovation and unparalleled customer service continues to grow year after year.  With an array of buyer and seller resources, Debbie offers a professional sales approach to meet your unique and specific needs.

If you're planning to sell your Norris Lake property in the next few months, nothing is more important than knowing a fair asking price. Debbie would love to help you with a FREE Market Analysis. Debbie will use comparable sold listings to help you determine the accurate market value of your home.



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Featuring Sunset Bay

A Norris Lake Front Community in Sharps Chapel, Tennessee

Sunset Bay's community amenities include a lakefront Club House, fitness center, swimming pool, tennis courts, community park, boat ramp. Sunset Bay's privat marina includes 230 boat slips on Norris Lake. Running water and electricity are available on the docks. Life at Sunset Bay ispeaceful and unspoiled. The Eastern Tennessee lake community began development in 2002. Of the over 800 homes planned, approximately 150 homes have been built to date. Norris Lake homes for sale at Sunset Bay start in the $200k's and lots for sale are under $20k. The roads are paved and utilities are underground.

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  • Just 4 1/2 Hours from Cincinnati
  • Level Lakefront Property
  • Underground Utilities
  • Security Patrol 
  • Clubhouse with Swimming Pool,
    Tennis Court & Fitness Center
  • Life Star Helicopter Pad
  • Private Marina

Let me use my knowledge and experience with the Sunset Bay Community
to help you find the perfect lot or existing home for your Family.


Thanks for all your help selling our lot in Sunset Bay. We really appreciated that you went the extra mile in getting us the price we were asking for our lake front lot in such a short period of time. You are truly a professional.
In all our dealings with Realtors over the past ten years, we have never met anyone as helpful and energetic as you have been. Without hesitation, we would highly recommend your service to anyone who is looking for an experienced Realtor in Sunset Bay who cares about getting things done and doing them right! Thanks for taking such good care of us, we couldn't have done it without you!
Thank you so much for making our Sunset Bay purchase so successful. You were there guiding us through all the crucial and important steps! You really listened to what we wanted in a lot and you found exactly what we were looking for - at an amazing price! If we ever decide to sell our Sunset Bay property, we'll definitely be calling you!
You made buying a home so easy for my wife and I. We were grateful for how much patience you used in answering all of our questions and taking us to look at so many houses. You never pushed us into looking at something we were not interested in. We strongly recommend you to anyone looking at buying a new home.
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Sunset Bay has something for everyone with Norris Lake access

Sunset Bay on Norris Lake is a rare waterfront community. It has properties in everyone's price point and it gives everyone lake access. Whether you own one of the rare level lake front properties, or one of the rare beautiful lake view properties, ... Read more

Sunset Bay on Norris Lake Real Estate Sales

As a Sunset Bay real estate agent, I am happy to report that sales in Sunset Bay are climbing. Several of the level year round lakefront lots sold this year, so the selection is dwindling. Home sales are also on the rise. While sales are on the rise w... Read more

Sunset Bay - Norris Lakes best kept secret

Norris Lakes best kept secret is out. Sunset Bay is built on a peninsula of Norris Lake. It is located at the largest body of water on Norris Lake. The long range views of Norris Lake, open green spaces, and mountain ranges are unsurpassed anywhere on ... Read more
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Real Estate News!!!

Latest Realty News from NAR

Audio: Dealing with Cyberthreats

Steve Spano, president and chief operating officer of the Center for Internet Security, recently visited NAR’s Washington offices to discuss techniques real estate professionals can employ to stay safe online. Listen to his comments below.

Yes, Interest on Home Equity Loans is Still Deductible

There’s been confusion since the big tax law was enacted over the deductibility of interest on home equity loans. NAR has been saying that the interest is still deductible for the part of the loan that’s used for home repairs, renovations, and additions. And that’s the correct interpretation, according to the IRS. The agency confirmed that in a memo about a week and a half ago.

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The part of the loan that’s used on the house to fix something or improve it remains deductible under the new tax law. Loan proceeds that are used for personal living expenses or anything not related to improving the home are not deductible.

The clarification is looked at in the latest Voice for Real Estate news video from NAR.

The video also looks at an important vote in the House on so-called drive-by lawsuits. These are lawsuits filed by people who are using accessibility requirements under the Americans with Disabilities Act to extract fees from small property owners. People are sending letters to property owners alleging they have an ADA violation and threatening a lawsuit unless the owner reaches a settlement with them. The person sending the letter typically doesn’t even say what the alleged violation is. The only way the owner can find out is by going to court. Most owners end up settling as the cheaper alternative and if there was ever any violation the owner never finds out what it is.

The House passed a bill requiring people who send these letters to identify what the alleged violation is and to give owners a chance to correct the problem before taking them to court. It’s a solution that addresses a clear abuse of an important law and NAR supported its passage. The bill still has to be taken up in the Senate.

Other topics in the video include NAR’s Commitment to Excellence initiative, which will roll out later this year, to give NAR members a chance to voluntarily assess how well they perform on key aspects of their business, including technology, the Code of Ethics, and the forms and contracts they use.

The video also gives an update on home sales—they’re off to a slow start this year, mainly because of inventory shortages in many markets, especially among lower-cost starter homes—and what’s happening in commercial real estate. Briefly, transaction volume on small cap properties is doing okay but volume on large cap properties is slowing down.

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What’s the Right Way to Structure a Marketing Service Agreement?

Real estate practitioners entering into marketing service agreements with lenders, title companies, and other settlement service providers is a well-established practice, but a recent court decision shows why you have to structure these agreements the right way.

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An appellate court just ruled that it’s okay for a mortgage lender to refer business to mortgage insurers who are buying reinsurance from an affiliate of the lender, because the reinsurance is a bona fide service and the insurers are paying fair market rates for it. In other words, the arrangement doesn’t amount to a kickback.

Although the case involves a lender, insurance companies, and a reinsurer, the structure of the agreement is something that applies to the kind of marketing service agreements you might be involved in as an agent or broker. Any agreement you enter into with a lender or title company must be for actual services rendered and priced at fair market rates and not simply an arrangement for referrals.

How do you ensure a marketing agreement is appropriate under federal anti-kickback rules? The most important thing is to have it looked at by an attorney who’s familiar with the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, or RESPA. For a general idea, though, there are two tests you can apply:

1.Is the marketing fee you receive based on the number of referrals you make to the company, whether it’s a title company, a lender, or another service provider? If the fee corresponds to the number of referrals, you could be inviting a close look by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), which is the federal agency that enforces RESPA.

2. If you have an arrangement to split costs on a joint project, like a newspaper ad, is the split reflective of what each of you get in return? For example, if you and the title company are splitting the cost of the ad down the middle, then half the ad should go to the title company and half should go to you. If the title company is covering 75 percent of the cost of the ad but only taking up 25 percent of the space, that split makes it look like the company is subsidizing 50 percent of the ad cost. Again, you could be inviting a close look by the CFPB.

Learn more about the recent court decision in the latest Voice for Real Estate news video from NAR. The video also looks at what was in the budget agreement enacted into law about two weeks ago. Among other things, the new law extends the tax deduction for mortgage insurance premiums and retains the prohibition on taxing forgiven mortgage debt as income. It also looks at why a recent Supreme Court decision on the regulation of bodies of water is important to your inbdustry.

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