Nashville Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: March, 2017

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March 2017

Found 3 blog entries for March 2017.

Financing Your New Home When you are applying for a home loan, it's important to have everything just right. Errors made before or during the process can result in a higher interest rate or not getting approved for a loan that you otherwise would have gotten.

Make sure to speak with your lender and/or a financial advisor to see what options make sense for your specific financial situation.

To make sure that everything goes well when it's time to talk to the bank, keep these mortgage mistakes and the way to avoid them in mind:

1. Paying off Debt Right Before Applying

It's human nature: you are running your credit and discover an old balance you forgot about. While you may have the funds handy to make good on your debt, you won't usually want do this right

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Selling Your Nashville Home in the SpringIf you’re thinking about a change of scenery and are wondering when the best time of year is to sell your Nashville home, a common answer you might hear is sometime during the spring season. Like with just about anything life, there are pros and cons to selling your home at just about any point during the year, but since spring is right around the corner, let’s take a closer look at why it might make sense to put your home on the market sometime during the next few months. 

  • The weather is a little warmer 

While we don’t get the kind of harsh winters many of the northern states endure, temperatures around Nashville during the height of winter can certainly get a little brisk at times, ultimately keeping people from getting out and doing a

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Nashvill Suburbs with an Easy CommuteDespite Nashville having an abundance of pleasant neighborhoods and communities that all have a quiet residential feel, city living isn't for everybody. And whether you’re a Nashville area home buyer who loves the suburban lifestyle for the small town vibe, the terrific school systems, or something entirely different, there’s still something to be said for at least living close to the city in order minimize your daily commute as much as possible. 

While it’s true everybody has their own commute and how much time you spend in the car largely depends on where you’re going in Nashville, some suburban communities still offer an easier route to the city, regardless of where your workplace is located. So if you’re in the market for a new place to live and a

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