Nashville Real Estate
My home search shows more accurate data than websites like Trulia and Zillow; and the listings are updated every 2 to 5 minutes from the middle Tennessee MLS database! In the fast-paced Nashville real estate market, you need the best tools on the market.
When you work with experienced Nashville-area experts like Karen, she make sure to use her extensive knowledge of local laws, markets, and neighborhoods to make sure that you get the best deal for your home – whether you’re buying or selling. There’s a reason most of her clients use her services time and again!
MOBILE FRIENDLY MAPS
Most map searches take ages to load, and are difficult to use from your smartphone when you’re on the go. My mobile-friendly maps allow you to search homes from anywhere, hassle-free, without cluttering your phone with another app that you’ll just end up deleting later.
SERVICE FOR LIFE
Almost all of Karen’s clients become repeat clients. The quality of her service speaks for itself, and she works diligently to provide top tier service for clients at any stage. Buying or selling a home can be stressful, emotional, and exhausting. She understands that, and won’t just work for you: but with you.
A Leader in Nashville Real Estate
I work hard to help you find the newest Nashville area real estate listings. By analyzing the available MLS information and data on thousands of homes for sale in and around Nashville, TN, we can recommend the best for you!
There are usually thousands of listings in Nashville area zip codes, including traditional homes, condos, townhomes, duplexes, land, and luxury listings. Our state-of-the-art home search make it easy to find your dream home by filtering home types, price, beds, and baths. You can also use keywords, like zip codes, subdivision names, or words like "waterfront" or "basement".
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REAL ESTATE INFORMATION
An unrepresented buyer is often disadvantaged in the real estate transaction process if they are not using an experienced real estate professional. It could be compared to going to represent yourself in a court case worth hundreds of thousands of dollars… and not bringing a lawyer to the table. Real estate agents are licensed and[…]
Setting the list price of your home is the most important step in your sale. Set too low, you lose money, but set too high and your home will not sell! Fill out this simple form and one of our agents will use current market data to estimate the value of your home. [contact-form-7 id=”771″[…]
W-2 (2-years) & Current Pay Stubs, Self-Employment or 1099 – Last 2 years tax returns Landlord name/ Telephone – Last 2 years Employer name/ Address/ Telephone – Last 2 years Asset Information – Past 2 month’s bank statements Information on Stocks/ Bonds/401K, etc. Name and telephone number of Realtor Name and telephone number of Escrow NOTE: The above is[…]
Pre-qualification/ Pre-approval (Credit Report Run) Formal Loan Application Taken Escrow and Title Ordered Appraisal Ordered Income and Asset Information Verified Complete Loan Package Submitted TO Underwriter Loan Approved Obtain and Forward to Underwriter any additional items that may be required Interest Rate Locked Loan Documents Ordered and Sent To Escrow Loan Documents Signed by Borrower(s)[…]
When writing a purchase contract, avoid expensive terminology such as paying a buyer’s closing costs, and of course you should watch out for all the contingencies that could cost you time with your home off the market. If the buyer wants to close on the sale contingent with the selling of his or her house,[…]
In many of today’s strong real estate markets, home sellers can expect to receive multiple offers for their home. Multiple offers are a classic example of economic realities because they appear when the supply of homes for sale is limited and the demand for good-condition homes is strong. Sellers love multiple offers because they push[…]
The weekend open house is a time-honored tradition in real estate sales, but has it outlived its effectiveness? Quite possibly, according to a new survey conducted by the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University. The survey results hint at the notion that public open houses may be more beneficial for the agents themselves than[…]
Realtors and buyers often work together without a written contract, but the opposite is true for realtors and sellers. On the listing side, written contracts are overwhelmingly the rule, not the exception. A listing agreement is a binding legal contract that shouldn’t be taken lightly. The necessity of reading the contract carefully and understanding what[…]
A “seller’s market,” in one in which competition for houses gives a seller the advantage! It is the result of all kinds of things we do not have control over, from the economy to the sudden and amazing popularity of any given city or neighborhood. When this happens, home prices tend to rise with the[…]
From experience, realtors also know that a “well-polished” house appeals to more buyers and will sell faster and for a higher price. Additionally, buyers feel more comfortable purchasing a well-cared for home because if what they can see is maintained, what they can’t see has probably also been maintained. In readying your house for sale,[…]