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Originally Published: December 27, 2012
If clutter trumps cars in your garage, get organized (and make room for your vehicles) with these smart garage storage solutions, each costing less than $50.
Rule Over Sporting Goods
Active pursuits require a lot of gear that ends up in the garage. These organizers help tidy up all those sports balls, rackets, bats, gloves, clubs, fishing rods, and other outdoor fun-related goodies.
Tidy Your Tools
Corral Yard and Garden Gear
Rakes, ladders, clippers, shovels, and sprays — a host of supplies keep your yard and garden looking lush and well-cared-for, but your garage? Not so much. Keep your garden and landscaping tools organized with these novel storage solutions.
If you’re looking for more ideas, check out our garage storage slideshow for decluttering tips and tricks.
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The Tennessee Association of REALTORS® is proud to announce a recent graduate of the REALTOR® Institute program, Shannon Foster-Boline, of Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace Realtors, with the Knoxville Area Association of REALTORS®. By successful completion of this program, Shannon Foster-Boline, has earned the “Graduate REALTOR® Institute” GRI designation, signifying mastery of a specific and intensive program of classroom instruction.
Through the REALTOR® Institute program, sales professionals study marketing, ethics, contracts, finance, agency, technology and other real estate topics. The program provides real estate professionals with the skills needed to render greater and broader services to the public and to their clients. Graduation from the program in Tennessee requires successful completion of (90) hours of coursework and (6) written examinations on various aspects of the courses taken.
The GRI is a nationally-recognized professional designation. The GRI program curriculum and standards are governed by the National Association of REALTORS®. In Tennessee, this program was first offered in 1966, and is administered by the Tennessee Real Estate Educational Foundation, Inc. Courses in the REALTOR® Institute program are offered at various locations in Tennessee, in cooperation with the local Association of REALTORS®.