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Too Little, Too Late: 7 Steps to a Great Professional Experience

Posted by on October 4, 2017 in Buying, Home and Garden, Life, Market, Selling | 0 comments

Too Little, Too Late: 7 Steps to a Great Professional Experience

Have you ever been in a restaurant and had mediocre to poor service and when it came time for the server to bring the check they all of a sudden changed their attitude and cared about your experience? Or how about the contractor who is working on your house...

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Music, the Universal Language

Posted by on September 27, 2017 in Entertainment, Franklin, Life | 0 comments

Music, the Universal Language

  This past weekend I went to the Pilgrimage Festival. It is a 2-day music festival, right here in the city of Franklin, Tennessee. There were 25,000 people, in over 90-degree humid heat with very little breeze, Ubers were expensive, there were long lines for food and drinks, and...

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Are You Getting a Flu Shot?

Posted by on September 20, 2017 in Buying, Market, Selling | 0 comments

Are You Getting a Flu Shot?

  Do you get a flu shot to prevent you from getting the flu? What if you would have never gotten the flu and didn’t need to take the shot? What if you would’ve been just fine but since you got the flu shot, you ended up getting the...

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Rain, Rain Go Away

Posted by on September 13, 2017 in Buying, Home and Garden, Selling | 0 comments

Rain, Rain Go Away

  With all the recent hurricanes, rain is on the forefront of people’s minds. Rain and water can do a lot of damage to a home. Here are some common issues from water and some ways to make the rain, rain, go away.   ROOF LEAKS Find a reputable...

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Falling Temperatures and Falling Prices: 5 Tips for Selling Now

Posted by on September 6, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Falling Temperatures and Falling Prices: 5 Tips for Selling Now

  Last week it was in the 80’s. This week it’s in the 70’s and I’m driving with my windows down. Falling temperatures can often times mean falling home prices as well. We are seeing this currently in our market. Spring came early this year. We were seeing houses...

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A Dating Real Estate Lesson

Posted by on August 30, 2017 in Buying, Entertainment, Franklin, Life, Nashville, Selling | 0 comments

A Dating Real Estate Lesson

I had a crush on this boy for several years in high school. He was in my youth group at church and he was a couple of years older than me (I really hope he isn’t reading this right now.) Anyway, he was the end-all be-all. I thought he...

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You’ve got the keys, now what? 5 Things to do as soon as you buy a house.

Posted by on August 23, 2017 in Buying, Home and Garden, Life | 0 comments

You’ve got the keys, now what? 5 Things to do as soon as you buy a house.

  You have signed your life away. You’ve stressed out over everything falling into place and the day is finally here and you have bought your dream house. You’ve got the keys, now what? Well, now the fun begins. There are so many things that you can do to...

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No Pain, No Gain

Posted by on August 16, 2017 in Brentwood, Buying, Franklin, Market, Nashville, Selling | 0 comments

No Pain, No Gain

  No pain, no gain. I thought this as I hobbled out of my workout studio today after a particularly grueling class. We hear this term a lot when talking about getting in shape. But what about when we are selling a house? I know many of my clients...

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Are Open Houses Worth Having?

Posted by on August 10, 2017 in Brentwood, Buying, Franklin, Market, Nashville, Open House, Selling | 0 comments

Are Open Houses Worth Having?

  The age-old question of real estate, “Are Open Houses worth having?” Well, it depends on who you ask. There is the real estate agent perspective and the Seller perspective. Both say, “yes” and both say, “no.” Here’s why. Real estate agents who say, “YES”: Know the property is...

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Who’s Got Your Back?

Posted by on July 27, 2017 in Buying, Life, Market, Selling | 0 comments

Who’s Got Your Back?

  Everyone needs someone to have their back. I think of Goose and Maverick, Ponch and Jon, Thelma and Louise, Danny and Kenickie. Obviously, these are a bit over-dramatized, but you get the idea. We all want to know that someone is looking out for us. A lot of...

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