Have I told you I like Spring? Warm weather? Sun? Well, it’s finally here! Of course, we’ll still have that nasty “Blackberry Winter” as my mom always called it. And, we’ll see rain and storms. I’ll take all that when I can drive home in the afternoon at 6 pm and it’s still daylight! I can plant some flowers. And clean out the garage. And talk to my neighbors. And go to my grandson’s baseball game. What does April mean for you? If it means selling your home and/or shopping for a new home, get ready! The real estate market is on fire in Middle Tennessee! As in low inventory, quick sales, multiple offers. Great news huh?! Along with the good news come challenges like appraisal problems, logistical issues, etc. I love my role as a trusted advisor for my clients through this process. So…get set, get ready, GO! But, call me first!making every moment count,
As your Mortgage Lender at Renasant Bank with years of experience, it will be my pleasure to assist you in purchasing or financing your home. We have several options for new purchases as well as refinancing other properties you currently own. We can take care of all your mortgage needs efficiently and professionally. Contact me for information and to explain each step of the mortgage loan process to help choose the right product for your needs.
6 Smart Home Features That Have Caught On – and a Few That Will Soon
While there is a lot of talk about smart homes, few of those high-tech features are actually being incorporated into today’s homes. We are not yet living in the land of “The Jetsons.”
But homeowners are moving toward some smart home products, including thermostats they can control with smartphones, automated lighting solutions, keyless entry and security and entertainment options.
Latest home statistics…. more good news!
Williamson County –
Williamson County continues upward trend in 2016.
BRENTWOOD, Tenn., March 8, 2016 — Home sales in Williamson County made modest gains in February 2016 with a year-over-year increase of 9.8 percent, according to the latest monthly market report released by the Williamson County Association of REALTORS® (WCAR).
There were 280 single-family homes and condominium closings for the month versus 255 closings reported in February 2015. Year-to-date home closings through February 2016 are 605, a 14.15 percent increase from the 530 closings reported through February 2015.
“Williamson County’s residential homes sales continued its upward trend in February indicating the high desirability of the area among home buyers,” said David Logan, President of the Board of the Williamson County Association of REALTORS®. “While the winter months can impact the pace of home sales, our area continued to see steady improvement.”
Nashville’s February Home Sales Strongest in Nearly a Decade
Greater Nashville –
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 7, 2016) – There were 2,293 home closings reported for the month of February, according to data provided by the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS®.
This represents an increase of 9.7 percent from the 2,091 closings reported in February 2015. Year-to-date closings through February 2016 are 4,460, a 9.7 percent increase from the 4,067 closings reported through February 2015.
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Instant makeovers for your home!
Here’s an excerpt from my latest Blog post.
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With Spring in the air, many of you are thinking about improvements to your home. Whether you’re getting ready to sell or planning to live in your home for a long time, you probably want to make some updates that don’t cost you an arm and leg! Not every home makeover has to be a major project that lasts days, weeks, or even months. There are a ton of quick touch-ups and fixes that can make a huge difference in the look and feel of your home, even though you can finish the project in less than an hour.
Now until April 24
Cheekwood in Bloom: family fun events that will bring a smile to everyone’s face this spring.
Franklin’s Farmer Market at the Factory: delicious fresh food from produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats.
Main Street Festival: fun-filled weekend of music, arts and crafts, food and children’s activities in Downtown Franklin.
Project 615’s Nash Spring Bash: food, music, and great shopping as local vendors display their goods in this spring festival.
Franklin – Beautifully maintained 4 BR brick home in Royal Oaks with in-ground pool and gorgeous yard! Convenient to Whole Foods and I-65! Incredible opportunity! High 300s!
Spring Hill – 3 BR with bonus in Chapmans Crossing! Great schools, small neighborhood, fenced back yard! $260-$270s.Should be on the market by May 1.
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“The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity.” –Amelia Earhart
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