Nashville Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: February, 2018

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February 2018

Found 5 blog entries for February 2018.

Tools to Keep Around the HouseSo, you just bought a new home. Congratulations! Now that you're a homeowner, it's important to have tools on hand for home improvements and repairs. The following tools will come in handy for basic improvement projects around the house.

Painting Supplies

One of the first things that many homeowners do when they move into a new house is paint one or two rooms. New colors on the walls can help you enjoy a new home and personalize your space. Painting can be done easily, even if a homeowner has little or no experience with DIY projects. All you need are the right tools. To get started on your first home painting project, you'll need the following:

  • Tarp
  • Paintbrush, angled and chisel
  • Paint roller (long and short handles)
  • Spackling
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The Most Romantic Date Night Spots in NashvilleCouples who need a little romance in their life won't have to look very far if they're in Nashville TN. It's easy to find beauty and love in practically every nook and corner of the city. But to really get the most out of this incredible town, map out a schedule that includes the following hot spots.


Dinner and a movie might be an old standard, but there are ways to elevate the experience with a little extravagance. This spot originally had its start in 1942 as a movie theater with an artistic flair. In 2014, it was purchased by Sinema and renovated just enough to make it enticing to modern audiences, but not enough to destroy the original charm. It may not be the most affordable place in the world, but patrons will definitely have a

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Foreclosure Buying Foreclosure filings spiked in the height of the housing crisis, and for many years, foreclosed homes were readily available. Today foreclosures are less common in many parts of the country, but they are still available for patient home buyers. If you're thinking about purchasing a home in foreclosure, the following tips will help you understand the process and get the best value for your money.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed mortgage professional before proceeding.

Home Auctions Vs. Home Traditional Sales

How do you buy a foreclosed home in Franklin or the surrounding areas? Homes in foreclosure are usually sold in one of two ways: through an auction or through a traditional sale. Auction sales are usually

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Many older homes were originally constructed with a fuse box instead of a circuit breaker which means that for some modern homeowners, home fuse boxes are mysterious and unusual. Fuse boxes also have a reputation for being "unsafe," as there's a potential fire hazard whenever they aren't handled correctly. If you're a home buyer who is purchasing an older home, understanding fuse boxes and how they differ from circuit breakers can help you decide whether or not your new home's fuse box is adequate for your needs. 

What's the Difference Between a Fuse Box and a Circuit Breaker Box?

Fuse boxes and circuit breaker boxes are both designed to supply electrical service to residential structures. A fuse box consists of fuses. Fuses are made to

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Selling a Home? Three Reasons to Avoid Going FSBOWith inventories of available homes remaining low and mortgage interest rates continuing to hold at very favorable rates, homes are selling quickly in many areas of the nation. While this type of competitive seller's market is certainly good news for those who want or need to sell their home, it can also cause critical errors to be made during the selling process. One of these common mistakes is considering a for-sale-by-owner or FSBO sale, instead of utilizing the services of a licensed real estate agent. Sellers who are considering selling by-owner should be aware of the following problems before making their final decision about how to sell their Goodlettsville home.

A FSBO Sale Often Leaves Sellers Struggling to Market Their Home

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