Nashville Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: August, 2017

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August 2017

Found 3 blog entries for August 2017.

Hidden Costs of Putting a Home Up For SaleListing a home can be much more costly than many homeowners realize. Many of the costs incurred during a home sale happen at the end, when money is exchanged and the property changes hands.

Maintenance, Staging and Curb Appeal

These costs, which can range from tens to thousands of dollars, are sometimes optional. However, homeowners who fail to update their home before putting it on the market may see lower bids than homeowners who stage their property. It can be hard to decide what needs to be done to a home before putting it on the market.

Priority items typically include:

  • Deferred maintenance: Make repairs that you've been putting off. A broken air conditioner, cracked windows or other glaring maintenance issues can lead to lower
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What to Keep in Mind When Buying a Vacation HomeBuying a vacation home is quite different than buying a primary residence, since you do not plan to live in it all the time. However, you may want to look for these five aspects to ensure that you are satisfied with the property and can protect your investment.

1. Close to Amenities

Some people love to take a vacation in a cabin that is out in the woods, far from neighbors and tourist crowds. This isolation could also get tiresome after a while. Most vacation home buyers typically want a location that is a little more busy. If you plan to spend a lot of time in your vacation home each year, you may need access to a gas station and a small grocery store without driving a great distance. At the least, you should find out how long it will take

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How to Make Land Sales More Appealing to BuyersA somewhat surprising fact about selling real estate is that it can be far more difficult to find a buyer for a piece of vacant land than it is for most types of existing homes. The reasons for this are many, but often they are related to either the location of the land or the amount of work or expense that might be necessary to improve vacant land for a specific usage.

In recent years, however, a combination of extremely low interest rates on savings accounts coupled with fluctuations in the stock market have helped to increase interest in the purchase of land as part of an investment strategy. These conditions may seem negative, but they can be good news for land owners. If you currently own vacant property that you would like to sell, the

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