Our Nashville, Tennessee area knowledge and experience can help

Sellers get top market value for their homes

Buyers purchase homes at the best values

We work with first time home buyers, local buyers and sellers, relocation clients who are unfamiliar with the area We have an inventory of new homes available, many with zero down loans.  We also have an inventory of re-sale homes available.  Sometimes, we have foreclosed homes available. We have lived and worked in Nashville and Brentwood TN and the surrounding counties, including Rutherford, Williamson, Wilson, Sumner and Cheatham Counties since the early 1970’s.

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Our specialty is helping folks relocate to and from the South Nashville area. While we can assist any buyer or seller, our niche is truly the seller. We help seniors looking to relocate and help them set up, stage, price, and sell their homes for top dollar. We know the market and can help you price your home correctly from the beginning. We work in the South Nashville communities of Woodbine, Antioch, Priest Lake, La Vergne, and Smyrna and would love to assist YOU with your real estate needs today. We have decades of experience under our belt, which is the real tell-tale sign of a great agent. Let our Relocate team help you RELOCATE  Today!

Recent Articles

Relocation Tips for South Nashville

Are you planning a move to South Nashville? We specialize in helping folks move it to or from the Antioch, La Vergne, Priest Lake, Smyrna, South Nashville, Woodbine areas of South Nashville every day but if you're planning on relocating to this area here some advice...

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What Will $300,000 Buy You in South Nashville?

It seems like the $300,000 mark is one of the sweet spots for first-time homebuyers and even repeat buyers. So what can you get in South Nashville for around $300,000? Well, from townhouses and condominiums to a few single-family homes, there is quite a bit of option...

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5 Things Buyers Must Do Before Moving In

Finalizing documents after closing or signing is one of the most exciting and sometimes terrifying things in the buying process. However, there are some things you don't want to miss when buying a home. Before grabbing the keys from your agent you want to make sure...

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Is Nashville’s Housing Market Cooling Off?

It's been a hot real estate market in Nashville over the last few years but we might be seeing a cooling trend. Sellers are dropping prices and buyers are getting more incentives from competitive sellers. This trend began in fall 2018 and has been delivering lower...

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Why You Need to Be Pre-Approved Before Looking at Home

Walking into an offer without your pre-approval letter tells the seller you may not be able to afford the home and costs both you and the seller stress and time. The best way to start the process is to know the difference between pre-qualification and pre-approval....

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How to Tell a Home Will Need Extensive Repairs

Choosing a new home, whether it's brand-new or just new to you can be an exciting and overwhelming process. Sometimes, it's so overwhelming that we overlook huge red flags. You may love the home so much that it doesn't matter what the home inspection report says,...

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Why Did That Home Sell Faster?

When listing property, clients always say things like, "why did that home sell so fast?" Or, "how do I get my home to sell for that much?" These are very common questions because if you're considering selling you've probably done a little bit of research on what...

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Why You Should Never Waive the Home Inspection

A home inspection is one of the most crucial parts of the home buying process. Waiving the inspection contingency on a home is being done more and more in very hot housing markets to give buyers an edge over other buyers making an offer on the same home....

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Should We Rent or Sell Our Vacant Home?

Are you on the fence about renting or selling a vacant home? There are pros and cons to each so it's important to understand all of the factors involved before making a wise decision. Renting might be a good option if you're prepared for the maintenance that comes...

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