Blog Posts

How I Got a $650 Check From TVA

Did you know TVA will pay for energy updates for your home through the Energy Right Program?  I encourage homeowners to check this out.  It makes your home more comfortable, more valuable and it saves you money on your monthly electric bill. Here’s how it worked for me: I SCHEDULED an appointment by calling my local [...]

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Renting vs Buying in Nashville

I received a tweet from someone looking for a new home. It went something like “Can you help me & Ashley find a new place?” I automatically assumed my twitter friend would be looking for a rental, but to my surprise he told me he and his wife wanted to save money and buy a [...]

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New Construction Post

Buying a New Construction Home

Why buy a new construction home?  There are a variety of reasons, but most buyers start shopping for new construction because they simply want a home no one else has ever lived in. If you are the kind of buyer who wants a new house, here are a few helpful tips and definitions to get [...]

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Mitchell Gold furniture

The Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Perks

My office in the Hill Center Green Hills has quite a few perks. Whole Foods is literally right out my back door, I always catch the 30% off clearance sale at Francesca’s and I rarely miss double points Tuesday at Sweet CeCe’s. But the best perk happens right after a client has closed on their [...]

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Is It a Condo and a Townhome?

Many of my blog posts are fun and conversational in tone. This is not one of them. The info is valuable, if a bit dry. What is the difference between a Condo and a Townhome? A condominium, condo for short, is a single unit that is usually attached to other units within a larger complex. [...]

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Charlotte Park Neighborhood Nashville

Discover Charlotte Park Neighborhood

Want to live 5 miles from the Ryman Auditorium for under $200,000? Check out Charlotte Park and the surrounding neighborhoods (Croleywood, Historic West Town, Urbandale Nations). The area is what those of us in the real estate biz like to call “transitional”. You can find a renovated house that has been totally updated, but your [...]

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