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Chattanooga real estate, including Signal Mountain, Soddy Daisy, Sewanee, and other areas, is our specialty at Buyers Exclusively. We invite you to browse our site for all the Chattanooga, Tennessee, home buying information you need, including school information, Chattanooga recognition and links, and frequently asked questions, in order to help you reach the right decision about your home purchase.

Nestled along the banks of the Tennessee River and surrounded by breathtaking scenic beauty, Chattanooga is a wonderful place to buy your dream home or vacation home. The vibrant city of Chattanooga draws many home buyers to its educational and career opportunities. The Chattanooga real estate market offers a great choice of properties, ranging from single family homes to farmlands. Buyers Exclusively will be most happy to assist you in finding your next property in the gorgeous Tennessee mountains, in the Chickamauga Lake area, or anywhere you choose.

Whether you are returning to our area or moving here for the first time, we think you will feel at home in this enlightened city which is the county seat of Hamilton County. A citizen visionary committee, one of the first ones in the country, made up of ordinary Chattanoogans defined what they wanted this community to be and set up long range goals. The Renaissance of the city's beautiful downtown and redevelopment of its riverfront is the result of their vision and determination. Much of this transformation was accomplished through partnerships, many individuals, governments, companies, and non-profit organizations. However, the work is never done. Renewing Chattanooga is an ongoing commitment that draws on more people and touches more parts of our community every year.

Rolling farms, riverside homes, mountain hideaways, and neighborhoods for walking are all within a few minutes of each other. Families walk, run, and ride bikes along the 12 mile riverwalk which follows the Tennessee River from downtown through the historic Art District to the Chickamauga Dam. Couples stroll across the Walnut Street Bridge with their dogs. Children's laughter mixes with carousel music in the air surrounding Coolidge Park. The more adventurous hang glide, rock and mountain climb, and go caving.

A free downtown shuttle fleet of zero-emission electric buses runs frequently for commuters and visitors, and you can hitch a ride on a horse driven carriage in the evening. The Creative Discovery Museum for Children, 10-day Riverbend Festival, Fall Color Cruise, Tennessee Aquarium, Southern Writers Conference, and Pops in the Park are a few of the activities enjoyed by visitors and local citizens. A large collection of American art can be found at the Hunter Art Gallery and galleries at Bluff View and Southside. Chattanooga is the home to the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera with performances at the historic Tivoli Theatre. The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, known locally as UTC, has many interesting speakers, performances, and art shows as well as athletic contests during the year.

There are three major hospitals in Chattanooga: Erlanger - a city-county teaching hospital, Memorial, and Parkridge. Good medical care is never far away because all three hospitals have quality health care facilities in the community.