I am Rush Sedberry, a FULL TIME Associate Broker with Lake Homes Realty. I have been a licensed Broker for over 10 years and represent buyers and sellers on beautiful Lake Guntersville, from Scottsboro to Guntersville and everywhere in between, as well as Lake Catoma in Cullman.
I am an Alabama native, born in Birmingham and raised in Homewood. I learned to ski on Polecat Hollow on Lake Guntersville in my early teens, and though my career in the telecom industry moved me across the country several times, I returned to Guntersville just as soon as I could.
I purchased a weekend lake home here in 1992. I made the transition from weekender to full time resident in December of 2000 and began investing in commercial and residential properties. It was a short step to becoming a licensed real estate agent, so I did so and have enjoyed helping others discover Lake Guntersville ever since.
My cross country moves taught me the value of having a real estate professional who is not only knowledgeable but who will also work tirelessly to see that their client's interests are met. This includes a market analysis to help determine the property's value which is of importance whether you are buying or selling.
Consultative Sales Approach
I am working for you and as such, I am most interested in knowing what you are seeking. Whether buying or selling, the more I know about your wants and needs, the better I can help you. Please view me as your partner in this process and together we will accomplish the sale of your home or your long awaited dream of acquiring your own home on the lake.
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Guntersville Lake, Alabama's largest lake covering 69,100 acres, is located in the northeast part of the state and only 75 miles from Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Nestled in the Appalachian foothills, Guntersville Lake has been nationally recognized for its beauty and overall enjoyment.
Known for its fine sport fishing and beautiful scenery, Guntersville Lake offers many choices when it comes to an outdoor vacation in Alabama. Annual events at Guntersville Lake include fishing tournaments, boating races, a songwriter's festival, and triathlons with many other activities as well.
With over 950 miles of shoreline and a wide array of accommodations, Guntersville Lake serves as the perfect location for taking a vacation, building a home, and even retiring. The town of Guntersville was even chosen as one of the top 100 best places to live in the United States by Relocate America.
Guntersville Lake is nationally renowned for its bass fishing, with the town being named by Field &Stream in 2008 as one of the top 10 fishing towns in America.
Being Alabama's largest lake, it offers plenty of room to enjoy boating, skiing, swimming, and many other water-related activities. Also, with the Appalachian foothills at your backdoor, visitors can hike, camp, bike, golf, and simply enjoy the outdoors.
Nearby, there is the Lake Guntersville State Park which covers 6,000 acres of forest and is home to many different types of wildlife including deer, various migrating birds, and bald eagles. Also, only fifteen minutes north of Guntersville Lake is the Cathedral Caverns State Park where you can see the world's largest cavern entrance and stalagmite collection.
This reservoir was created by the Tennessee Valley Authority in 1939 and was named after John Gunter who established the town of Guntersville soon after the American Revolution.
With so much to offer, Guntersville Lake remains a popular waterfront vacation spot. Visitors have plenty of lakefront rental property to choose from for a short vacation, but many of these visitors are choosing to stay and continue to purchase much of the Guntersville Lake real estate for future home sites. The beauty of Guntersville Lake will continue to draw homeowners to this special Alabama retreat for years to come.