You thought you had done everything right, yet six months later, your home still hadn’t sold. Who’s to blame? Who cares? Let’s see what we can do to reinvigorate your listing and get it sold for a price you’re comfortable with.
Is now the right time to sell a home in Nashville? The answer is not always “yes.” But things are looking good right now, and I’ll tell you why.
With world financial markets in turmoil, nearly everyone had forecast a gradual rise in Nashville mortgage interest rates – one likely to continue well into the rest of 2016. Instead, by the end of last week, analysts were reporting mortgage rates approaching 7-month lows. Get the scoop in this post.
Thinking about downsizing into a townhome or condo? Can’t decide which one is right for you? This will give you the basic pros and cons of each, to help you make an informed choice.
Is paying down your mortgage a good idea or a bad one? Some articles have been popping up that may contradict popular wisdom. Time to take a closer look.
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.
It’s that time of year again. Prediction time. Here are real estate predictions for 2016 from the experts, who all seem to agree on what we can expect.
What does it really cost to buy a home? Can you afford it? You obviously have to pay the purchase price and mortgage interest, but what else is involved?
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.
Buying a home after a divorce or break-up can complicate an already complicated situation. Don’t make the same mistakes so many others have during this difficult life stage. Here are some tips and advice on what to do, when to do it, and how to feel good about your decision.