Nashville Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: November, 2022

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November 2022

Found 4 blog entries for November 2022.

Best Walking and Jogging Trails in Brentwood

Home to numerous beautiful trails and parks, the city of Brentwood—located a mere 10 miles south of Nashville—is a paradise for outdoor activities like hiking, jogging, and biking. The outdoor recreation and beautiful homes are just two of the reasons why so many people are moving to Brentwood. The city offers impressive walking and jogging trails of varying difficulty levels, lengths, and terrain so everyone can enjoy Tennessee's diverse natural beauty.

Mossy Ridge Trail

Mossy Ridge Trail is a 5.5-mile loop located in the heart of Percy Warner Park. The moderately challenging dirt trail has 948 feet of elevation gain. It is rarely flat, and some sections are steep and rocky.

Red blazes mark the main trail, but several side trails are also

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Schools and School Districts in Clarksville

The city of Clarksville is located about 50 miles northwest of Downtown Nashville on the Tennessee-Kentucky border. Like with any move, people moving to Clarksville will want to know the educational options available here. One school district manages the public schools for all of Montgomery County, and there are also several nearby private schools, colleges, and universities. Here is a closer look at Clarksville schools and the local school district.

Clarksville-Montgomery County School System

Clarksville is the only major town in Montgomery County, making school zoning easy. There is one school district here: the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS). All students who live in homes near CMCSS schools more than 1.5 miles from their

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Condo Maintenance for Owners and HOA

A condominium or condo offers buyers an opportunity to own a home without the sometimes costly maintenance responsibilities that come with a single-family detached house. Most condos are individual units in a mid-rise or high-rise building, similar to an apartment. The owner is only responsible for maintaining their unit, while a single-family detached homeowner must deal with everything on the exterior and the property the house sits on. Read on to find out more about the maintenance responsibilities of condo owners.

What Belongs to the COA vs. the Condo Owner?

It's typical for a condo to be part of a COA or Homeowners Association. The COA acts as the governing body for the owners and must create and keep updated a document called the CC&Rs

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Should You Buy or Rent a Condo?

From lofts in restored historic buildings to gleaming high-rise condos with amazing views, it's no surprise that the condo lifestyle is in high demand. But is it better to buy or rent a condo to get that experience? Read on and explore the factors below to weigh what may work best for you.

Consider Rent Costs vs. Mortgage Payments

To decide whether it's better to buy or rent a condo, consider the costs of rent vs. mortgage payments. At a glance, renting might seem more affordable, as renters have fewer financial responsibilities than owners. However, the cost of rent still adds up significantly in the long run, especially because rent prices have a tendency to change, and that change is typically upward.

Mortgage payments, on the other hand,

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