Enjoy the long range lake and mountain views from this lakefront home on Watts Bar. This log home offers 171 feet of shoreline, covered boat slip and sun decking for easy access to swimming. Private setting with gorgeous sunsets; take a look for yourself.
Check-out this 6 bedroom and 5.5 bath lakefront home that’s located on 8.39 acres. Enjoy the lake from the huge deck along the house or the party deck atop the covered boat dock. Boating and fishing on the pristine waters of Norris Lake are at your doorstep. This is a unique home that you shouldn’t miss.
Woodlake is located on the pristine waters of Norris Lake. There are many recreational opportunities available; a par 72 championship golf course (rated one of the “best new courses” by Golf Digest in 2000), swimming, tennis and all forms of boating. At the end of the day enjoy fine dining at the Country Club. Click on the video to see the Woodlake Community for yourself.
Enjoy lake living at its best in this home that’s located on Watts Bar Lake in Indian Shadows. It offers a master bedroom that faces the lake, bonus and hobby rooms, both a screened porch and a covered patio to enjoy the lake views. It’s an easy stroll from the house to the private boat dock with lift. Watch the video to see all of this, plus more for yourself.
The REALTORS®’ Code of Ethics was established in 1913 by the National Association of REALTORS®. It’s a set of rules that were established to raise the standards of professionalism and service in the real estate industry. The rules are divided into three areas: 1) a broker’s duties to his clients, 2) a broker’s duties to his fellow brokers and 3) a broker’s duties to the public. The current Code of Ethics contains seventeen articles.
Over its one hundred year history, the Code of Ethics has been amended and revised to keep up with the changing times. Local REALTOR® Associations are charged with enforcing the Code of Ethics and handing down punishment to those found to be in violation of one or more of the articles.
To keep REALTORS® up to date on the Code of Ethics, the National Association of REALTORS® requires all REALTORS® to take a training course on the subject every four years.
In recognition and appreciation of their obligations to clients, customers, the public, and each other, REALTORS® continuously strive to become and remain informed on issues affecting real estate and, as knowledgeable professionals, they willingly share the fruit of their experience and study with others.
Source: National Association of REALTORS®