Category: Selling a Home

COMING SOON ~ Shaw Manor in Historic Bluefields ~ $449,900

This amazing home was built in 1941 and completely renovated since purchased by the 4th and current owner in 2004.  The owner took great care in maintaining the charm and character of the home and neighborhood www.historicbluefields.com.  Featured in Nashville Home & Garden Magazine & The Tennessean, this 2302 s.f. classy Cape Cod offers generous-sized […]

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How to Pick the Best Offer

In many of today’s strong real estate markets, home sellers can expect to receive multiple offers for their home. Multiple offers are a classic example of economic realities because they appear when the supply of homes for sale is limited and the demand for good-condition homes is strong. Sellers love multiple offers because they push […]

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Real Estate Outlook: Existing-Home Sales

Nationally, median home prices are continuing their upward movement. We’re seeing that in Nashville, TN also. The national survey numbers on real estate prices for the third quarter of 2015 are here on theis chart. Notice the bubble lines on the three levels of composite indexes that FNC creates. They are pretty pronounced. All lines are […]

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Checking for Water Leaks

An unexpected, larger-than-normal water bill could lead a person to think that they might have a leak. Before incurring the cost of a plumber, it is fairly easy to run your own test. Locate your water meter. They’re usually in the front of the house, near the street. In some cases, you might need a […]

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More Home for a Lower Cost of Housing

What if you could live in a larger and possibly newer home for less than you are currently? Would you consider moving? Do you want to hear more? Interest rates, while they’re expected to go up, actually took a small dip and are still hovering at the 4% or below mark for a 30 year […]

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Who is Your Champion?

The Super Bowl and World Series determine the football and baseball champions. Since there can only be one champion, the other team loses the competition. In feudal times, a knight might champion for the king or a patriotic, romantic or religious cause. Fierce competition can occur when buying or selling a home because each party […]

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