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TN Home Improvement Loans in Tennessee

Whether you’re adding a new bathroom or an entire floor to your TN home, you need money.  Spending cash on home improvement is money well spent, as it increases the value of your home.  This can mean a higher selling price or more equity to draw against in times of need.  There are many choices in finding the right home improvement loan, including refinancing with cash-out, a home equity loan, or a home equity line of credit (HELOC).  Deciding on the right loan can be a stressful process.  But it doesn’t have to be.  The loan specialists at Somerset Mortgage Lenders can help find the right loan for YOU. 

Local home improvement loan directory for TN :
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Adams Allardt Antioch Arthur
Adamsville Allons Apison Ashland City
Afton Allred Ardmore Athens
Alamo Alpine Arlington Atoka
Alcoa Altamont Arnold A F B Atwood
Alexandria Andersonville Arrington Auburntown

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Tennessee News
Voting paper trail requirement for all counties passes Legislature

NASHVILLE - A proposal that would require a paper record for voters' ballots in Tennessee passed the Senate. via The Leaf-Chronicle


Provision dropped from tax code bill

"We decided there are a lot of things in the (technical corrections) bill that need to pass, so we strip out the FONCEs and move on"

Gov. Phil Bredesen's administration retreated Wednesday from a push to require that some commercial real-estate holdings pay business taxes - at least temporarily. via Knoxville News Sentinel


Tenn. GOP mocks Michelle Obama's 'proud' remark

"I'm Bob Pope and I'm proud to be an American because mainly of the First Amendment - the right to worship God anywhere I choose to - and the Second Amendment, I've got the right keep and bear arms"

Michelle Obama smiles as she greets supporters, during a campaign event at the Botanical Gardens in Caguas, Puerto Rico, Thursday, May 15, 2008. via Buffalo News


Conservation money to close Tenn. budget gap

By ERIK SCHELZIG * Associated Press Writer * May 15, 2008 Lawmakers plan to divert land conservation money to help close a shortfall in the Tennessee state budget. via The Tennessean


Nashville: To avoid layoffs, Rep. Turner says he may tap Rainy Day Fund

"What it just says is that you set aside $100 million from the Rainy Day fund - ' it won't take that much - ' for the employees who don't take the buyout."

' A Nashville lawmaker said this morning he believes he has 53 House members - ' a majority of the 99-member chamber - ' willing to back his plan to use Rainy Day funds to avoid state employee layoffs. via Chattanooga Times Free Press


Bredesen cuts include raises, TennCare, higher ed, schools

"It's going to be a tough budget, but it's one we will be able to work with and we will be able to balance"

Death toll from India blasts rises Seven quickfire explosions killed at least 10 people in India's northwestern city of Jaipur on Tuesday evening, local police told CNN-IBN. MySQL error: Table ... via Weakley County Press


Tennessee superdelegate endorses Clinton for president

Tennessee superdelegate Vicky Harwell has decided to endorse Hillary Clinton's bid for the Democratic nomination for president. via WVLT-TV Knoxville


Legislative briefs: May 15

Churches exempt from 'no smoking' signs law Churches in Tennessee will no longer have to post "No Smoking" signs at their entrances. via Knoxville News Sentinel


Lawmaker Holds Town Hall Meeting To Address Gang Violence

Lawmakers concerned about more teenagers joining gangs are taking steps to help schools and communities deal with the problem. via WTVF Nashville


Guard sends alert notice to 278th soldiers

"It depends on the situation. Nothing has changed at this point."

By Matt Lakin Wednesday, May 14, 2008 The news this week brought joy for some military families around East Tennessee and anxiety for others. via The Knoxville News Sentinel


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