This Week’s Open Houses

This Week’s Open Houses

Here are the upcoming Open Houses for residential real estate in Nashville and surrounding areas! If you would like to customize this search to meet your needs, click on “See All Results” at the bottom of this page and modify the search fields on the next page.

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Open House 07/28 at 2:30PM
$2,222,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
6,130
SQFT
1806 Terrabrooke Ct, Lot 7
Brentwood, TN 37027
Terrabrooke Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$2,075,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
4
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
6,353
SQFT
4515 Beacon Dr
Nashville, TN 37215
Tyne Meade Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$2,050,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
6,034
SQFT
3602 Hobbs Rd
Nashville, TN 37215
Green Hills Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,799,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
4
BED
5
TOTAL BATHS
7,367
SQFT
1411 Richland Woods Ln
Brentwood, TN 37027
Richlands Woods Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,774,900
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
6,688
SQFT
8535 Heirloom Blvd
College Grove, TN 37046
The Grove Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,725,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
5,946
SQFT
731 Omandale Drive
Nashville, TN 37204
Oak Hill Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,695,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
6
BED
10
TOTAL BATHS
7,233
SQFT
4301 Franklin Pike
Nashville, TN 37204
Oak Hill Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,650,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
4
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
6,325
SQFT
101 Balleroy Dr
Brentwood, TN 37027
Balleroy Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,595,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
5
TOTAL BATHS
6,224
SQFT
3901 Wallace Ln
Nashville, TN 37215
Green Hills Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 1:30PM
$1,564,925
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
5,424
SQFT
1414 Newhaven Drive, Lot#142
Brentwood, TN 37027
Witherspoon Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,550,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
5,959
SQFT
1721 Championship Blvd
Franklin, TN 37064
Westhaven Sec 12 Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,530,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
5,186
SQFT
9285 Wardley Park Ln
Brentwood, TN 37027
Annandale Sec 7 Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,499,900
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
4
BED
4
TOTAL BATHS
4,547
SQFT
6210 Murray Ln
Brentwood, TN 37027
McCann John H Subdivision
Open House 07/31 at 11:30AM
$1,464,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
8,100
SQFT
505 Turtle Creek Dr
Brentwood, TN 37027
Belle Rive 2 Sec 2 Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 1PM
$1,450,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
5,000
SQFT
4002 Graybar Ct
Nashville, TN 37215
Graymont Subdivision
Open House 07/29 at 1PM
$1,299,999
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
4
BED
5
TOTAL BATHS
4,754
SQFT
6001 Lookaway Circle -Model Hom
Franklin, TN 37067
Lookaway Farms Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,299,900
Condominium For Sale
Active
3
BED
4
TOTAL BATHS
2,502
SQFT
20 Rutledge St #207
Nashville, TN 37210
CityLights Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,299,900
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
4
BED
4
TOTAL BATHS
4,024
SQFT
5559 Parker Branch Rd
Franklin, TN 37064
Riverbirch Homes Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,299,900
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
5
TOTAL BATHS
5,422
SQFT
1952 Edenbridge Way
Nashville, TN 37215
Forest Hills Subdivision
Open House 07/28 at 2PM
$1,299,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
5
BED
6
TOTAL BATHS
4,788
SQFT
6690 Hastings Ln
Franklin, TN 37069
Reserve at Temple Hills Subdivision

Things to Do in Nashville This August

Things to Do in Nashville This August

Nashville Outdoor Concerts and Music Festivals

Although Woodstock’s 50th Anniversary Festival in New York has been canceled, there are many outdoor music festivals and concerts still going off in Nashville without a hitch. It shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone that Music City loves a good music festival and there are several happening this month and next!

Music on Main in Goodlettsville (8/1)
Friday Night Live on Murfreesboro’s Square (8/2)
Fire on the Water Music Festival at Gallatin’s Lock 4 Park (8/3)
Brown Bag Lunch Special Concert Series at Centennial Park (8/14, 8/28)
Live on the Green (8/15, 8/22, 8/29-9/1)
Music at the Mansion at Rippavilla Plantation (8/16)
Full Moon Pickin’ Party at Warner Park Equestrian Center (8/16)
Bluebird on the Mountain at Dyer Observatory (8/24)
Spring Hill Pickin’ in the Park at Harvey Park (8/24)
Deep Tropics Music, Art & Style Festival at Bicentennial Park (8/24-8/25)
AmericanaFest Music Festival & Awards (9/10-9/15)
OUTLOUD Music Festival in Midtown/Church Street area (9/14)
Pilgrimage Festival at The Park at Harlinsdale (9/21-9/22)
Dancin’ in the District at Nashville Riverfront (10/10)
September Sundown at Musicians Corner (Thursdays in September)
Music in the Vines at Arrington Vineyards (Fridays and Saturdays through October)
Ascend Amphitheater (check website for dates)

Other August Events in Middle Tennessee

If you haven’t filled your calendar with concerts yet, August is also the month for the Titans’ kickoff party, East Nashville’s beloved Tomato Art Fest, and so much more!

Teacher Appreciation Night at FGL (8/1)
Street Eats on Deaderick Street (8/1, 8/8, 8/15, 8/22, 8/29)
Live Trivia at Homegrown Taproom & Marketplace (8/1, 8/8, 8/15, 8/22, 8/29)
Nashville Sounds Home Games at First Tennessee Park (8/1-8/5, 8/15-8/18, 8/30-8/31)
Movie Night: The Craft at Full Moon Cineplex (8/2)
Swing Dance Lessons at Mt. Juliet Community Center (8/2)
2019 Music City Open (Disc Golf) at Ravenwood Country Club (8/2-8/4)
Fest of Nashville at Capitol View (8/3)
Tennessee Titans Inaugural Kickoff Party at Nissan Stadium (8/3)
Sacred Sound in Salt at Third Coast Salt (8/3)
Annual Avant-Garage Sale at The Arts Company Nashville (8/3, 8/10)
Literacy at the Laundromat at Hermitage Coin Laundry (8/3, 8/10, 8/17, 8/24, 8/31)
Nashville Pink Bridal Show at Music City Center (8/4)
ADVENTURE: Chromatics Gallery Opening Reception at Chromatics Photo Imaging (8/8)
2019 Cross Stitch Club Retreat at Hilton Nashville Airport (8/8)
John Mayer at Bridgestone Arena (8/8)
Midcentury Speed Dating at Fairlane Hotel (8/8)
Movie Night: Jason X at Full Moon Cineplex (8/9)
Tomato Art Fest in East Nashville (8/9-8/10)
Nana’s Naughty Knickers at Lakewood Theatre (8/9-8/11, 8/16-8/18, 8/23-8/25)
Treats & Trivia Night at Split Bean Roasting Co. (8/10)
Tennesse Naturalist Program at Cedars of Lebanon State Park (8/10, 8/24)
Saturday Night Blues Jam at Papa Turney’s BBQ (8/10, 8/17, 8/31)
Movie Under the Stars: 50 First Dates (8/12)
Queen and Adam Lambert at Bridgestone Arena (8/15)
Wilson County Fair at James E. Ward Agricultural Center (8/16-8/24)
Nashville Summer Train Show at First Baptist Church of Donelson (8/17)
Luau Party at Cedar Creek Marina (8/17)
International Food Festival at St. Joseph Church (8/18)
Writer’s Night at Phat Bites (8/21)
Nashville Flea Market at Fairgrounds Nashville (8/23-8/25)
Record Store Crawl in Nashville (8/24)
Parent’s Coffee at Down Syndrome Association of Middle TN (8/24)
Movie Under the Stars: Sleepless in Seattle (8/26)
Backstreet Boys at Bridgestone Arena (8/26)
Cold Brew Class at The Adopted Farmhouse Coffee Co. (8/30)
Cards and Coffee Game Night at Split Bean Roasting Co. (8/31)
Summer Tours at Two Rivers Mansion (each Mon, Thurs & Fri in August)
Live Recording Sessions at Imagine Recordings (every Saturday)

Things to Know Before Buying or Selling a Home

Things to Know Before Buying or Selling a Home

Kids all over the country are preparing for a new school year, and while the thought of another season of homework doesn’t sound very fun, there’s no doubt that the most prepared students are usually the most successful. The same can be said about home buyers and sellers. Being prepared when buying or selling real estate can save you money and help you make more logical decisions instead of acting on emotional impulse.

Before You Buy

If you’re thinking about buying a home or investment property, your first step should be to give us a call so we can walk you through the process from the very start.  There are some other steps you should take to ensure a smooth transaction:

  • Save up.  It’s never too early to start saving money for a down payment, as the larger your savings, the more options you will have.
  • Determine your needs.  How much space do you need? How far are you willing to commute to and from work?  Is a particular school district important to you?  Does your family have any restrictions, such as avoiding flights of stairs?  Once you have a general idea of your criteria, we can help you fine-tune your goals and even set up an automated home search which will notify you by email as soon as potential properties that fit your parameters are listed.  We will tour as many homes and neighborhoods as you need to compare your top contenders and make a well-informed decision about your dream home.
  • Get pre-approved for a mortgage.  If you do not already have a lender, we can recommend some to you.  During the pre-approval process, your credit score will be checked and your house purchase budget will become clearer. You should also refer to our Tips For A Smooth Mortgage Process early on in this journey.

Making an Offer

Once we find your dream home, we’ll walk you through all the steps of making and negotiating an offer and getting through the appraisal, inspections and repairs stages, as well as the final walk-through and closing, and all the details and deadlines in between.

Before You Sell

Again, your first step should be to call us if you own real estate that you’d like to sell.  We will meet at your property during a time that is convenient for you, so we can discuss your goals and timeframe.  At that time, we’ll explain to you our proven marketing strategy to get the best possible results from the sale of your property.  Some other steps you can take are:

  • Clean, clean, and clean some more.  Your property should look clean, smell clean and feel clean to prospective buyers as soon as they walk in.  To help you get your property ready to be listed, refer to our Preparing Your Listing checklist.
  • To update or not update?  Many clients feel that major improvements or updates need to be made before listing their property for sale, in order to be competitive. We can discuss these projects with you and help you prioritize which improvements are likely to net the best returns for your money.  We also have a long list of trusted vendors we can recommend for any recommended improvements.
  • Stay calm.  We’ve compiled a couple of checklists to help you during your listing period and to prepare for showings to potential buyers, which will help keep you focused and organized.

Navigating Negotiations

Of course, we will review any offers with you and negotiate the price, conditions, contingencies and other terms that best suit your goals, and we’ll be acting in your best interest at all times.

We’re here to help make the process as simple and stress-free as you would like it to be. Whether you’re ready to list tomorrow or if you think you might buy or sell next year, we’re always happy to help you prepare and answer questions you may have.

Local Business Spotlight: Air Trust HVAC

Local Business Spotlight: Air Trust HVAC

Trusted HVAC Specialists for Over 25 Years

For more than a quarter of a century, Air Trust HVAC has been heating and cooling homes and businesses in the Nashville area.  Whether your needs involve seasonal maintenance, repairs to existing units or installation of new systems, no job is too small or too large for Air Trust.  Their team can cover it all, from central air conditioning to heat pumps to gas and electric furnaces and more.

AirTrust HVAC Air Conditioning Service Nashville TN

Reliable Vendors Are a Must for Our Clients

In our line of work, having reliable vendors is absolutely critical, as it helps us to meet our deadlines and thus ensures our clients will have a smooth buying or selling process.  As a locally owned and operated business, Air Trust takes care of its customers with quick response times, quality work, and fair prices.  Owner Mark Nichols is especially known for his friendly service and willingness to help others.  Give Air Trust a call for your heating and cooling needs, and you’ll experience their above-and-beyond way of doing business that we’ve come to rely on for our own homes, as well as our clients’ homes.

P.S. And as Mark always says, “don’t forget to change those filters monthly!”

Air Trust HVAC can be reached at (615) 582-6565 or online at https://airtrusthvactn.com.

 

4 Tips to Sell Your Home Faster

4 Tips to Sell Your Home Faster

4 Tips to Sell Your Home Faster

4 Tips to Sell Your Home Faster | MyKCM

Since June of last year, we have seen an increase in the inventory of homes for sale month per month. Every spring and summer, the inventory increases because people want to sell their home. For those with children, they may want to be in their new home for the beginning of the school year.

If you are one of those sellers, you may find these 4 tips helpful in getting your home sold more quickly.

1. Make buyers feel at home

Declutter your home! Pack away all personal items like pictures, awards, and sentimental belongings. Make them feel like they belong in this house! According to the Profile of Home Staging by the National Association of Realtors,

“83% of buyers’ agents said staging a home made it easier for a buyer to visualize the property as a future home.”

Not only will your house spend less time on the market, but the same report mentioned that,

“One-quarter of buyers’ agents said that staging a home increased the dollar value offered between 1 – 5%, compared to other similar homes on the market that were not staged.”

2. Keep it organized

Since you took the time to declutter, keep it organized! Before the buyers show up, pick up toys, make the bed, and put away clean dishes. It is also a good idea to put out some cookies fresh from the oven or a scented candle. Buyers will remember the smell of your home! According to the same report, the kitchen is one of the most important rooms to stage in order to attract more buyers.

3. Give buyers full access

One of the top four elements when selling your home is access! If your home is available anytime, that opens up more opportunity to find a buyer right away. Some buyers, especially those relocating, don’t have much time available. If they cannot get into the house, they will move on to the next one.

4. Price it right

As we mentioned at the beginning, more inventory coming into the market guarantees there will be some competition. You want to make sure your home is noticed. The key to selling your house in 2019 is ensuring it is Priced to Sell Immediately (PTSI). That way, your home will be seen by the greatest amount of buyers and will sell at a great price before more competition comes to market!

Bottom Line

If you want to sell your house in the least amount of time at the best price with as little hassle as possible, a local real estate professional is a useful guide. Call us today to find out what you need to do to sell your home more quickly.

Is Mortgage Debt out of Control?

Is Mortgage Debt out of Control?

Is Mortgage Debt out of Control?

homeowners in mortgage debt
The housing crisis of the last decade was partially caused by unhealthy levels of mortgage debt. Homeowners were using their homes as ATMs by refinancing and swapping their equity for cash.

When prices started to fall, many homeowners found themselves in a negative equity situation (where their mortgage was higher than the value of their home). As a result, they walked away. This caused prices to fall even further.

Headlines are again talking about record levels of mortgage debt, making the comparison to the challenges that preceded the housing crash. However, cumulative debt is not an important data point. If we look at the debt as a percentage of disposable personal income, we are at an all-time low.

Here’s a visual representation of mortgage debt as a percent of income:

household debt service ratio for mortgages as a percentage of disposable personal income at time of housing bubble and current

Furthermore, according to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions, more than 1-in-4 homes with a mortgage have at least 50% equity. The report explains:

“[O]ver 14.5 million U.S. properties were equity rich — where the combined estimated amount of loans secured by the property was 50 percent or less of the property’s estimated market value — up by more than 834,000 from a year ago to a new high as far back as data is available, Q4 2013.”

Bottom Line

Unlike 2008, homeowners have a comfortable level of mortgage debt and are sitting on massive amounts of home equity. They will not be walking away from their homes if the housing market begins to soften.

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