Lake Real Estate Agent
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Lake Real Estate Agent
PERSONAL SERVICE

Fort Loudoun Lake Real Estate Agent

Brian Kincaid II

Lake Homes Realty

(865) 269-9660

I grew up outside of southwest Michigan, until I was 12. My family moved to West Virginia when my father took over my family's company. I started working for my dad at 16 in the laboratory of a small agricultural chemical company. I attended the University of Kentucky, and eventually moved to Knoxville in 1999 to work for my family's company, Kincaid Inc. Our factory was located in Athens Tennessee. When we decided to shut the company down in 2010 I got my real estate license. I currently reside in Farragut Tennessee, a small suburban town nestled between Ft. Loudon Lake and Tellico Lake. Some of my hobbies include soccer, skiing, mountain biking, kayaking, and raising my three beautiful daughters. I also enjoy woodworking and I'm currently working on my sailing certification.

 

As an agent who's an expert in this local area, I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise about buying and selling real estate here. It's not the same everywhere, so you need someone you can trust for up-to-date information. I am eager to serve you. Here are some of the things I can do for you:

 

Find Your Next Home

You need someone who knows this area inside and out! I can work with you to find the right home at the right price for you, including all the neighborhood amenities that matter - not to mention the essential criteria you have for your ideal home.

 

Sell a Home

When it's time to move, you need someone who will advertise your home, show to prospective buyers, negotiate the purchase contract, arrange financing, oversee the inspections, handle all necessary paperwork and supervise the closing. I can take care of everything you need, from start to close.

 

Consult on Home Selling Tactics

Oftentimes buyers don't visualize living in your home the way you do. I can make your home attractive to its ideal audience - which can help you get top dollar. Things like staging the home, making repairs or minor improvements, or even simply painting the walls can be the difference between a home resting on the market and one that's sold fast.

 

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Brian  Kincaid II

Contact Brian:

(865) 269-9660

 
 
 

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About Fort Loudoun Lake

From Lenoir City to Knoxville

Fort Loudoun Lake stretches across Loudoun, Knox, and Blount Counties from Lenoir City, Tennessee to Knoxville. Parks, restaurants, cabins, yacht clubs, and marinas can be found around the lake.

 

Knoxville is a lively scene of restaurants, bars, shops, museums, and attractions. At only 16 miles away, it houses a variety of hospitals and the McGhee Tyson Airport.

 

14,600 Acres of Water

The Fort Loudon Dam was completed in 1943 on the Little Tennessee River. The Fort Loudon Lock allows boats and barges to be transported over to Watts Bar Reservoir. Over half a million pounds of cargo pass over the lock each year.

 

The waters of Fort Loudoun stretch across 14,600 acres, have 379 miles of shoreline, and get as deep as 78 feet. Being such a long stretch, Fort Loudon is perfect for activities like power boating, pontooning, water skiing, tubing, sailing, and kayaking.

 

The lake is well-known for its black and white crappie, but it also holds an abundance of largemouth, smallmouth, and black bass.

 

Something for Everyone

Concord Park features several nature trails, a lake beach, pavilions, and a golf course. Several other nearby parks and recreation areas offer similar conveniences.

 

Jungle Float Knox is a mobile waterpark that tours the waters of Fort Loudoun. It features waterslides, diving platforms, and a rope swing.

 

Some of Knoxville’s top attractions include Zoo Knoxville, the Sunsphere Tower, Knoxville Museum of Art, Ijams Nature Center, and Knoxville’s Market Square.

 

Fort Loudon Lake hosts Boomsday, the largest firework show in the nation, put on by the city of Knoxville. The fireworks shoot from the Henley Bridge, so arrive before dark to make sure you get a nice spot on the water.

 

Life on the Lake

Fort Loudoun Lake is a wonderful place to live, as it is convenient to the city of Knoxville with the luxuries of lake life. Between its waterfront neighborhoods, cabins, and cottages, there is sure to be a place on the lake for you.