July’s Pet Adoption Spotlight: Laine

If you know me, you know I have such a huge heart for dogs. I have two rescue babies of my own. So, I recently partnered with PAWS of Rutherford County to spotlight an animal each month in hopes of finding it a good loving home. It’s not always about finding people a home, but … Continued

July Real Estate Market Update: Davidson County

Thinking about selling your Nashville home in the Summer?  Right now, in Davidson County alone we have 2,348 homes on the market with average days of market sitting at 32.  Kids are out on summer break and families are going on vacation and getting ready to send their kids off to college.  So, if you’re … Continued

Sellers: How To Create A Lifestyle Buyer’s Want

How To Create A Lifestyle Buyer’s Want FREE PDF ONE OF THE MOST OVERLOOKED FACTORS WHEN SELLING YOUR HOME: YOU’RE NOT JUST SELLING A HOUSE, YOU’RE SELLING A LIFESTYLE • A buyer may say they want a 4 bedroom house on 1 acres with an open concept kitchen but it’s more than that. What they … Continued

How To Increase Your Curb Appeal To Sell for Top Dollar

Curb Appeal Hacks When it comes to selling your home, before buyers walk through your front door, you need to make sure your curb appeal pops. If the outside looks unkept or like it’s in need of a major overhaul, you’re going to be losing out on buyers. Curb appeal is a buyer’s first impression … Continued

Preapproval vs. Prequalification | The Importance Difference When Buying

If you’re thinking about home buying, you may have heard words like pre-approval and pre-qualification. Maybe you think they’re interchangeable, but they’re not. So why do you need an approval rather than just a pre-qualification?  It can end up costing you thousands of dollars if you truly aren’t qualified. A pre-qualification is not a true … Continued

Pet Adoption Spotlight: Rambo

If you know me, you know I have such a huge heart for dogs. I have two rescue babies of my own. So, I recently partnered with PAWS of Rutherford County to spotlight an animal each month in hopes of finding it a good loving home. It’s not always about finding people a home, but … Continued

June National Real Estate Market Update

Are we heading into a Recession and is now a good time to buy and sell? From the time of this recording, the Unemployment rate dropped to 3.6% and wages are up to 3.2%.  Due to these factors, the likelihood of a recession being right around the corner as predicted earlier in the year is … Continued

10 Must Not’s For Buyers When Under Contract

You find your dream home✅, you go under contract✅, now there are 𝟏𝟎 “𝐌𝐮𝐬𝐭 𝐍𝐨𝐭’𝐬” 𝐨𝐫 “𝐂𝐨𝐦𝐦𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐦𝐞𝐧𝐭𝐬” you must adhere to in order to ensure you can close on your new home ✅ or you may end up finding yourself living in a van [[🚐 down by the river.]] 🙂  1. Don’t change jobs, become … Continued

Home Inspection Checklist For Buyers

Home Inspection Checklist for Buyers Home Inspection Checklist For Buyers Home inspections are an important part of the home buying process. More than likely your contract hinges on an inspection contingency. Unfortunately, the home inspection phase is where contracts tend to fall apart. There are several reasons for that, but it typically boils down to … Continued

Truck Trainers: Nashville’s Mobile Gym

Are you trying to reach your fitness goals, but can’t find the time in your busy schedule to make it to the gym? We’ve all been there. But, now there’s a solution. Truck Trainers! The mobile gym, complete with lights, air conditioning (SO needed in the Nashville heat!), a sound system and all the equipment … Continued