Townhome or Condo? Understanding The Differences Of These Nashville Properties

Many people use the terms “townhouse” and “condo” interchangeably, but they shouldn’t. These are two different animals entirely through some of the differences are fairly subtle. But if you’re trying to decide whether to buy/rent a townhome or condo, you absolutely must understand the differences in order to choose the one that best fits your lifestyle. Townhome … Continued

5 Signs Of A Bad Real Estate Agent In Nashville

Buying or selling a home can be a stressful time, and you rely on your real estate agent to help make the process as smooth and painless as possible. But sometimes, you can choose a bad real estate agent in Nashville, making buying or selling your home even more frustrating than it needs to be. … Continued

The Pros And Cons Of Buying A Model Home in Nashville

There are indeed many pros to buying a model home. It is the builder’s showpiece – beautiful and packed with attractive features and extras. On the other hand, though, there are a number of cons to buying model home, such as the fact that it will be slightly used and isn’t truly a new home. So how … Continued

4 Tips For Selling a House In Nashville This Summer

Traditionally in most markets, spring is the best time to list and sell a house, with fall coming in a close second. Summer has a few selling challenges that other seasons don’t have: kids are out of school, people are on vacation, and summer activities keep a lot of people busy. So selling during the … Continued

Great Ways To Let People Know You Are Moving In Nashville

Moving is always stressful, usually chaotic, and often strewn with forgotten tasks. Just make sure that you don’t forget to let people know you are moving. You have to let the important people in your life – and, yes, that includes the ones you have to send money to every month – know about your … Continued