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Selling a Home in Nashville, TN

We Know the Nashville Real Estate Market.

Nashville is a unique and diverse area. Each community has its own character. Each neighborhood appeals to a different buyer. To obtain the highest possible sales price for your home, the marketing must reach the right buyers with the right message. We have the network and experience to do this.

We Have the Creative Talent to Showcase Your Home.

The old adage, "You can't judge a book by its cover" is passé today. This is a fast-paced, image-oriented society in which we live. First impressions really do count! Every piece of information on your property, whether it be a brochure, the wording in the Multiple Listing Service, a presence on the Internet, or a well-placed advertisement, must show your home in the best possible light.

Guides to Selling Your Home.

If you plan to sell, you need this road map

If You Plan to Sell, You Need This Roadmap

Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, once said, “Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years.” When it comes to planning your next move, it’s 110% truthful.  

That’s because selling your home is a complex process involving a series of steps, in a specific order, at exactly the right time, and performed by literally hundreds of people scattered across the country.  

Without a plan, it’s like...[see more]

Avoid This Mistake When Getting Your Home Ready to Sell

Avoid this Common Mistake when Getting Ready Your House Ready to Sell
Some folks renovate their home while getting ready to sell with the hopes of making more money.  This may be a good strategy if done the right way, but it’s not your only option.

The most common mistake we see with this is the DIY renovation. While kitchens and bathrooms typically get you the best return on your investment, if done improperly they can...[see more]

Bulletproof Pricing

The bulletproof way of pricing your home

Early in the throes of the Great Recession, I took over a foreclosure listing in rural Sumner County for one of my bank clients.  Another agent had it first and provided them an unrealistic expectation of the sales price for this home. 

And guess what…the home...[see more]