If you’ve been struggling with finding a home or your First Home in Mt. Juliet, Hermitage or Lebanon, you’ve probably been in a Multiple Offer situation? And maybe your bid lost, more than once? Or maybe You’ve had to make an offer on a home that was not really what you want? Sound Familiar? Don’t
Nashville Homeowners have lots to cheer about right now. According to the National Mortgage Associations, Over 80% of the Homes in Nashville and Tennessee have at least 20% equity in them! Of those $300,000 homes in Wilson County , 8 out of 10 of those homeowners have at least $60,000 in Equity as of October
2017 Lake Providence Home Sales increase by 66% over 2016. We’re comparing the 3 month period between May 1 and July 31. In 2016 there were 12 closings in Del Webb Lake Providence for that period. Contrast that with 2017 where we have 20 Closings in the same period. A 66% increase. And there are
Stop the Presses! Home For Sale in Brookview Forest. This is our third Listing in the Neighborhood in the last year. We’re betting that this one will sell as quickly as our last two homes at 3412 Wynfall Lane and 3405 Wynfall Ln. did in 2016. This 4 Bedroom Home is something very Special. First
Very quietly Nashville has become a major player among Seniors looking to relocate for their retirement? Nashville Named the Top 100 Retirement Destinations in US. The emergence of neighborhoods like Lake Providence, a Del Webb Community in fast growing Mount Juliet Tennessee have made Nashville a hit with the 55 and Older set. Lake Providence actually
Beautiful 4 bedroom home with swimming pool, outside kitchen/seating area and pool house. The secluded lot backs up to Percy Priest Lake. There are 5011 square feet mostly with fantastic hardwoods, a chefs kitchen with a granite island and gas cooks stove. The Master Bedroom features a great view of the swimming pool with exterior
The Meadows of Seven Points On the North side of Hermitage, along South New Hope Rd., This marvelous neighborhood boasts some of the nicest homes in the area. Primarily developed by Frank Batson, one of Nashville’s most famous builders, The Meadows of Seven Points has some of the largest and newest homes in Hermitage too.