Nashville Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: January, 2018

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January 2018

Found 3 blog entries for January 2018.

4 Things Home Buyers Must Know About Escrow AccountsFor many home buyers, escrow is an important part of the buying process. In order to properly participate in a home purchase, people need to understand how escrow relates to buying a home, and when escrow accounts might be used after closing.

1. Escrow Basics

The essential premise of escrow is to place a neutral third party in a position to handle monetary concerns between buyers and sellers. In a real estate transaction, a prospective buyer will make a purchase offer and present it to the seller. If the seller accepts the offer, the buyer often provides some funds as earnest money. This money may be used toward a down payment or other costs, or forfeited if the buyer violates terms of the purchase agreement. All money paid into the escrow

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Marketing Your Home During the Sale ProcessHome sales often go best and fastest when the home is properly marketed. Spreading the word about your home, showing buyers your home's best features and presenting your home in the best light possible can all help your home be snatched up more quickly. There are many different aspects to marketing a home. These tips will help you get started on the right foot.

Stage Your Home

Staging your Franklin home is the process of making it look like a property that a buyer would like to buy. Typically sellers do this by making repairs as needed, keeping each room clean, redecorating if needed and decluttering. Every home is different. Some of the most common things that people do to stage their home include:

  • Buy organizers for closets and
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How to Choose the Best Home SidingThe siding for a home isn't just one of the first things a person notices about a home, it also serves as a protectant against the elements. The average return on investment for replacing the siding is at least 80 percent when it comes to the resale value of the home, so it pays to invest in a quality material that fits the style of the home. Learn the pros and cons between the different materials, and what qualities to look for before upgrading your home.

Wood or Brick

Wood is one of the most popular materials for homes because it rolls out the welcome mat for everyone who graces the doorway. The warmth of wood is not only gorgeous, it's also easy to install and energy efficient. However, it's also one of the most vulnerable types of siding

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