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

Nashville is One of the Best Cities to Get a Mortgage

A recent MSN Money Magazine article stated that Nashville Tennessee, the center of the country music universe, has come in at #16 is one of the top 25 best places to get a mortgage. And it's easy to. Getting a mortgage in Nashville is relatively easy compared to a lot...

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Nashville’s Up and Coming Neighborhoods

Buying a home in an up-and-coming neighborhood is a great investment and a good way to get ahead of the game when it comes to your investment. By buying a home for less money now and then enjoying all of the perks once the neighborhood really develops, it means that...

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What to Know About Buying a Home After 50

Buying a home after 50 is not impossible nor is it uncommon but there are some things to know before launching into homeownership, especially if you are over 40 to 45 years old. There are a lot of reasons you may have been putting off homeownership whether it's work,...

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Best Pumpkin Patches in South Nashville

Are you looking for the best pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and hayrides in and around South Nashville this year? Here's our list of some of our favorite family fun events celebrating all that fall has to offer. Cheekwood Harvest – September 21 through October 27,...

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Can and Should You Buy a House After Retirement?

This isn't for everyone but there are a lot of situations where folks decide to buy a home after retirement. One such recent customer decided to sell in a high-priced area while the market was good, rent in a different part of town for a couple of years, and then move...

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iBuyers are the New Cash For Your House Scheme

Have you heard of iBuyers? Maybe not, but you've probably heard of those signs on the side of the road offering to pay cash for your house, right? Essentially, there are about the same thing but of course, it doesn't sound as underhanded, does it? What is an iBuyer?...

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9 Ways to Save Money When Moving

Plan on relocating? You probably have already started some sort of a binder or checklist of how to pack, window pack, and what to pack, but you may not have thought of ways to save money while you are relocating. Here's a list of 9 Ways to Save Money When Moving #1....

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10 Inexpensive Ways to Boost Your Curb Appeal

Curb appeal needs to be a priority when listing your home because it's usually the first thing a potential buyer will see. Whether they are driving by or looking at a picture online or on the flyer, the outside of your house should not only be amazing but draw buyers...

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How to Prevent Scratches on Your Hardwood Floors

One of the most dreaded things amongst homeowners that put in a new hardwood floor is getting a scratch.  Though scratches on any hardwood floor are inevitable, there are a few ways to be proactive to prevent scratches and have fewer of them end up on your floor.  ...

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