Dec. 5, 2017

December News + Holiday Eateries

I have double the stats for you this month since I failed to get out a November newsletter! 

Here are Davidson county market reports for October, and November, and Williamson county market reports for October and November.

At our sales meeting this week, there were very few upcoming listings ...

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April 5, 2017

April Newsletter + Did You Know?

Hello! This month, we have our monthly stats, (no slowdown yet) some FAQs/refresher tips on first time home buying, and a Spring recipe to get us in the spirit of the season amid the green pollen film currently falling all over EVERYTHING.


Davidson County

Home sales in Nashville ...

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June 30, 2016

Rightsizing for Any Age

As I help my parents sort through 50+ years of a shared life together, I find myself thinking of others at this same crossroads. Through the course of our lives, housing needs inevitably change.

What used to be termed "downsizing" has become "rightsizing" as some seniors may opt for more ...

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Posted in Buying, Selling
Nov. 22, 2015

Buying and Selling in the Winter Months

Sometimes your best laid plans are disrupted, or there is an unexpected relocation. Regardless of the reason, there will always be buyers and sellers in Winter. While Spring and Summer are the high season for home sales, Winter transactions have their advantages. If you don’t mind a smaller pool of ...

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Posted in Buying, Selling
May 15, 2015

Should I Sell?

If you were already considering it, the answer would be, “Yes. As long as you have a place to go!"

You talk to anyone in real estate and you hear, “It’s a seller’s market.” But why? Low inventory in comparison to the current demand.

According to GNAR, year-to-date closings ...

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Posted in Market Stats, Selling
Jan. 9, 2015

New Year, Less Clutter

Are you one of the millions of people (like me) who find the new year as a prime time to reorganize, declutter, and clean up?

Whether you live in 500 square feet or 5,000, most of us have more “stuff” than we really need and often, the idea of ...

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