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December 2019

Found 5 blog entries for December 2019.

Events Happening in Nashville this Holiday SeasonNashville is a magical place during the holidays. Whether it's lights, music or shopping that interests you, Nashville has it all. Often the best events require you to buy tickets, so plan your holidays in advance to get the best spots or time slots at these noteworthy events.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra at Bridgestone Arena

No holiday is complete without the music of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. This year, they'll be playing at the Bridgestone Arena. Perfect for a date or a night with your spouse, you'll love the sights and sounds of this exciting concert. Get your fix of holiday music with the wild and wonderful Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

Date: December 4

Time: 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Location: 501 Broadway, Nashville

Amy Grant & Vince Gill

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4 Must-See Nashville Events Happening This JanuaryNashville is host to a number of fantastic events and interesting things to do. Below is a short list of unique events taking place this month, from post-apocalyptic Shakespeare to a restaurant festival with food trucks.

Winter Shakespeare: "Macbeth"

Dates: January 9–12, 14–19, and 21–26

Address: Theater Complex, 2112 Belmont Blvd, Nashville, TN 37212

The Nashville Shakespeare Festival features interesting modern twists on Shakespeare classics, and this year's Winter Shakespeare: "Macbeth" is no exception. Performing at Belmont University's Troutt Theatre, director David Wilkerson has reimagined the Scottish Play for a bleak post-apocalyptic setting, with dark and weathered costumes to match. Come watch this new take on the classic tragedy

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Senior-Friendly Age-in-Place Home Improvements to Keep You in Your HomeAs people get older, their health begins to decline. Poor balance, weak muscles, and joint issues are just a few of the problems that creep up on people as they transition into being a senior. However, there's no need to move into a smaller house or assisted living just yet—if Spring Hill homeowners take proactive measures, they can renovate their home to allow them to age in place. Here are a few tips to get started.

Exterior Renovations

Exterior renovations to the home won't be as major as many interior renovations, but planning ahead with exterior design can make it that much easier for your home to age with you. When designing an age-in-place home exterior, remove anything that could be difficult to navigate for someone with mobility issues,

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How to Proceed When the Mortgage Payment Will Be LateWhen the money is just not there for the mortgage payment, it is often quite tempting to simply duck down and hope for the best. Unfortunately, that is the worst thing a Murfreesboro homeowner can do as they fall behind in their house payments. Foreclosure can follow fairly quickly after the payments stop coming in, so immediate action is warranted. Use the following steps to get out of this mess and prevent the lender from taking the property.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed mortgage or home loan professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Notify the Lender Before the Due Date

All lenders are different in how many payments they will allow to be missed before starting the foreclosure

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How to Pick the Right Internet Service for YouInternet service is becoming a utility on par with that of electrical and gas. People need it to do everything from pay bills to watch TV to working from their home office. Deciding on the right internet service for a home depends on everything from the speed residents need to overall monthly budget. Here are a few options to keep in mind before deciding on a provider.

The Four Common Options

Here's a brief run-down of the common types of services in an area:

  • Cable: A cable provider offers stable service for a relatively affordable price tag.
  • DSL: DSL is run through the phone company. It's slower than cable but also less expensive.
  • Satellite: Satellite is available in even the most rural of areas, but it can be both slow and costly.
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