As the cold days of winter drift away, the spring season of rejuvenation is right around the corner, and March is the ideal time of year to begin preparing your yard for summer. Various components go into creating beautiful, lush lawns and garden spaces, but it all starts with the prep work.
You and your agent have looked at 100s of houses online and walked more than you care to remember over the last several weeks. You’ve finally found the one. Do you really need to get it inspected as well? The moving process can be expensive and everyone is pressed for time, but skipping the inspection could mean more than just missing out on a full understanding of the condition of the home. It may even mean missing out on opportunities before you close.
The real estate market can be difficult to navigate for both buyers and sellers, especially for anyone buying or selling for their first time.
First-time buyers can easily become overwhelmed as they search for homes, while sellers hoping to get the best price for their homes might be frustrated if offers are slow to come in or fall short of their asking prices.
Lissa and Davis Young, hosts of April’s Charity Circle Duck Ball, have a knack for giving, and hosting. Though a task such as hosting such a grand event might overwhelm some, both look at the evening that awaits them as an exciting and fun night of gathering.
Now that you have decided to purchase a house, there are a few things that you need to consider. As a 10-year home building veteran, I have talked to many people and clients to learn the “do’s and don’ts” of this important time in your life.
Middle Tennessee Association of Realtors (MTAR) represents Real Estate professionals from many backgrounds and services, including residential, commercial, appraisal, property management, development. These professionals are approximately 1800 members from eight Tennessee counties: Bedford, Cannon, Coffee, Grundy, Marion, Moore and Rutherford.
As founder and owner of Ole South Properties, Tennessee’s largest homebuilder, John Floyd has led his company to incredible success over the years. But at the end of the day, Floyd’s true passion these days goes beyond a brilliant business deal.