Last March was rough. It started off with a major tornado through Middle Tennessee overnight on March 2nd into the early morning of March 3rd. Twenty five people died and over 300 were injured. My block in East Nashville narrowly missed it but it left a huge path of destruction.
Winter Walks on Less Traveled Paths
Closing in on a year of social distancing as a family of five has been both an extreme privilege and the hardest thing ever. I had never imagined social distancing before it started and, like so many other people, I imagined a much shorter timeline when it began.
Property Tax Relief for Nashville Homeowners
The Housing Fund is launching a program to help Nashville homeowners pay their increased property tax bills. Information and a link about the program is below. Please share this link widely.
Leave Your Nest: Bike, Walk, Hike, and Play Outside
Last week I shared with some new clients three maps that are useful for identifying what public outdoor spaces are near any given homes and neighborhoods.
Riverfront Cottage off the Ashland City Highway
Beautifully renovated home offers all the joys of life on the water outside of the city. One-story home with expansive water views and open floor plan. Enjoy the views from a screened in porch, a covered porch, or the lower deck.
For People Who Ask Why the Nashville Real Estate Market is So Competitive
Time equals freedom, and long commutes just add to the time that working to make a living takes from what could be family, fun, rest, or sleep time.
When people start to really contemplate their commute times and put a premium on their distance from work, that creates demand in urban neighborhoods.
How to Stay in Your House Forever
Take the accumulated stuff off every countertop, desktop, and dresser and burn it.
Both buying and selling are a process where you go from contract to close and then take possession over a number of weeks. If you can pull the six steps apart and see them as unique, you can move them around to see what best fits your comfort level and ability to finance.
Follow the Water: Prepare for Nashville’s Rainy Season
Nashville’s rainy season starts in October and ends in September. It’s always a good time to prepare.
5 Things I Wish People Knew About Keeping the House In A Divorce
If one party is keeping the house and it has a mortgage, refinance the debt. That way the person who owns the house has the mortgage. This is the biggest deal for the person not keeping the house. The lender doesn’t care about divorce decrees or quit claim deeds.