Category: Selling

  1. Selling? Spruce Up Your Home

    Are you ready to sell your house? Is your house ready to be sold? Don’t fret, ready doesn’t mean perfect. It also doesn’t mean barely tolerable. It means in style, spruced up, and lookin’ good. The good news is that the Nashville housing market is currently a seller’s market, and more competition between potential buyers … Continued

  2. Housing is Hot in Nashville

    When people discover a fabulous city like Nashville, word spreads fast. A growing market is a good thing, but a balanced market, with ample housing for new Nashvillians, is also a good thing. Just ask a potential buyer. Home sellers in Nashville are calling the shots, just as they have in recent years.  A lack … Continued

  3. Holiday Lights and Nashville Nights

    Some may be surprised that little ol’ Middle Tennessee is second to nowhere when it comes to holiday action. If it’s fun and festive, you will find it here.  Light enthusiasts CANNOT miss the Dancing Lights of Christmas in Lebanon. It’s Christmas music synchronized to the largest (1.5 million) lights display in all of Middle … Continued

  4. Best of the Burbs

    To describe it in cool terms, Green Hills is dope and amped. To describe in regular, less cool terms, it’s AMAZING. The trendy, affluent, and very desirable neighborhood is about 8 miles (20 minutes) south of downtown Nashville. Seriously, Green Hills is happening. Not everything Green Hills is contemporary. Take the legendary Bluebird Café. The … Continued

  5. Good Things Come to Those Who Wait

    Fall is, without a doubt, the best time for gardening. It’s not too hot and not too cold. That’s why it’s Goldilocks’ season of choice. Since the milder temps are easier on people and foliage, fall gardening is more enjoyable than toiling in the blazing sun of mid-July.  Add these tasks to the fall to-do … Continued

  6. Fresh for Fall

    Fall is a fan favorite, there’s no doubt about it. What’s not to love? It’s the end of summer’s heat and humidity, and the beginning of cool days, crisp nights, bonfires, and apple cider. It’s the perfect time to crank up the curb appeal. A home’s exterior makes the first impression of the whole house, … Continued

  7. Splendor in the Grass

    After watering, fertilizing, and mowing your lawn, why not go the extra-long, green-mile and add dethatching, weeding, and aerating to the gorgeous-lawn to-do list?! “Thatch” is not a common word among homeowners. If your lawn has been around for awhile, you are probably familiar with thatch, even if you didn’t know it had a name. … Continued

  8. School Savvy

    There are many reasons to be stressed out during the moving process, and being a parent is at the top of the list. If you have school-age children, the decision of where to move adds yet another level of difficulty to the buying process. Even without children, people want to know they are buying in … Continued

  9. Go Green!

    It’s generally accepted that those who own a home have reached adulthood. Successful adulthood requires “adulting”, which includes taking care of your stuff, among other things. Most dwellings come with a free lawn, and like a house, a lawn needs tender love and care–or at least, regular care. And who is responsible for taking care … Continued

  10. Don’t Curb the Enthusiasm!

    We all know about first impressions—they matter. Potential buyers form their first impression of a home the moment they pull up to it. Hence, the term curb appeal. The outside of your home is every bit as important as the inside. No one wants to hear the feedback, “the buyers never went in after seeing … Continued

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