The HGTV show Property Brothers recently contacted me (since I do a lot in the renovating/resell category, aka flipping) to see if I might know of some good candidates for their show when they shoot here in Nashville. Are you interested in being on the show?
If you live in my zip code, 37067, it says you are probably an Urban Chic-ster, a Savvy Suburbanite, or a Soccer Mom. At least that’s what we’re told by the Zip Lookup tool from Esri, a fascinating website that allows you to click on a map and get a breakdown of the types of people who call that area home.
It’s a great time to be flipping homes in Nashville. But don’t let the “gold rush mentality” blind you to some of the critical components of a successful flip. Here are some tips and a close look at one of my current projects.
Buying a home is exciting. Buying someone else’s problems is not. Here are some quick tips to tell if that dream home has nightmarish water issues.
Outsource or DIY? Deciding on how a rental property is to be managed is the same as creating the operations blueprint for any ongoing business enterprise.
Is that Nashville foreclosure a cute little puppy waiting to be rescued? Or is it a snarling mutt that bites? If you know what you’re doing, a foreclosure can be your best friend.
I went to Berry Hill this morning and had to snap a pic and write about this cute small satellite city of Nashville. Berry Hill is a nice, slower,and friendlier change of pace. There’s also a great coffee shop in the heart of Berry Hill, called Sam and Zoe’s.