• January 17, 2023

    7 Things Every Seller Should Do Before Listing

    If you’re like many people considering selling a home in Nashville or the suburbs, there are seven things you need to know before you list. This guide covers them all. 7 Things Every Seller Should Do Before Listing Check out the seven things you absolutely need to do before you list your home for sale: Make necessary repairs Talk to a REALTOR® Consider upgrades Set the right price for your home Know your lower limit for accepting an offer Stage your home to appeal to a wide range of buyers Plan your availability for showings Here’s a closer look at each. #1. Make Necessary Repairs Before you list your home for sale, make necessary repairs. Leaky faucets, torn window screens and creaky doors or floorboards all need some attention before you put your home on the market. The reason: People who tour your home and discover minor problems will likely believe that if you ignore minor issues, you’re pretty likely to ignore major ones, too – and they may think that your house is a lemon because it’s not properly maintained. Related: How to Stage Your Outdoor Living Space to Sell Your Home #2. Talk to a REALTOR® Getting advice […]

  • January 4, 2023

    7 Signs You’re Ready to Buy a Condo in Middle Tennessee

    If you’re like many people, you’ve considered buying a condo for sale in Nashville or one of its suburbs – but are you really ready? This guide can help you decide. 7 Signs You’re Ready to Buy a Condo in Middle Tennessee Check out these seven signs you’re ready to buy a condo in Nashville or one of the surrounding communities: You have the financial means to make a down payment and cover monthly mortgage payments You understand the costs associated with owning a condo, including HOA fees and property taxes You are familiar with local real estate market conditions You know what amenities you’re looking for in a condo You’ve researched different neighborhoods in Middle Tennessee to find out which one best fits your lifestyle The timing is right – you don’t plan on moving anytime soon Your credit score is good enough to qualify for financing or an attractive interest rate on your loan Here’s a closer look at each. #1. You have the financial means to make a down payment and cover monthly mortgage payments. Before you take the plunge and buy a condo, make sure you have enough money saved up for a down payment. Factor […]

  • November 4, 2022

    How to Price Your Home for Maximum Profit

    When it comes to selling a home, most people want to get the highest possible profit – but there’s a lot of homework involved in setting a price. If you price a home too high, it’s not going to sell; if you price it too low, you leave money on the table. So what should you do to price your home properly? This guide covers all your bases. How to Price Your Home for Maximum Profit First things first: Your real estate agent knows exactly how to price your home to help you sell it quickly and at the best possible price. You should always listen to your agent’s guidance on home pricing, staging and other matters – after all, that’s why you hired them. With that said, the following sections go into plenty of detail on home pricing and bringing in maximum profits. Related: Tips to make your move easier Why It’s Important to Price Your Home Correctly From the Start One of the most common mistakes sellers make is overpricing their homes from the start. By doing this, you’ll only end up chasing away buyers who might be interested in your home. In some cases, you may even […]

  • October 17, 2022

    Tips to Make Your Move Easier

    If you’re getting ready to move, this guide runs you through all the most important tasks so you don’t miss a thing. Tips to Make Your Move Easier Check out the following sections to get a head start on your next move: Packing Hiring movers Preparing your pets to move Changing your address Here’s a closer look at each. Packing Tips Here are a few tips to help you pack efficiently and effectively: Start packing items you won’t need in the next week. Be thoughtful in your selections! Pack heavier items on the bottom of boxes. This helps your boxes stay intact and keeps your belongings safe. Label boxes with what’s inside and which room they should go in. This saves you time dragging boxes from room to room later. Pack a survival kit of essential items for the first few days in your new home. You’ll need entertainment for kids, medications, contact lens solution, toiletries and paper plates – plus whatever else you need to survive. Related: 15 home staging tricks that you can use to sell your home faster Hiring Movers If you’re hiring a moving company to help you on the big day, these tips will help: […]

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