April 2018

Found 5 blog entries for April 2018.

Believe It or Not You Can Save For a Home When You’re Self-Employed

Many people who are self-employed, freelancers or that don’t have a steady paycheck just give up on saving to buy a home. Believe it or not, it is possible to save for your first home even if you’re in one of these categories.

As realtors, we know how hard it can be to save when money is a little tight, but it is doable. We rounded up a few tips on how to put money aside for a house down payment even when it’s not easy. (If you need a little more information on what a down payment is and how much money you can expect to put down, check out this informative article from Architectural Digest.)

Set Goals

If you don’t set goals for saving, how will you ever know what you’re doing?

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    Staging Your Home: How to Make Buyers Fall in Love

    With these tips and tricks, your house will be swoon-worthy in no time. Read


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Historic 19th Century Davidson County Home is For Sale

A very historic Nashville home is on the market for only the third time since it was built in 1835. The Tennessean recently shared the story about this beautiful home at 5409 Cochran Drive, close to Williamson County.

This stunning home has a gorgeous, inviting entryway, wood floors and pale blue walls. The stairway that greets visitors also has its own impressive story. Its post was carved from one of the property’s trees, which came from a land grant during the Revolutionary War.

Aside from that, the house boasts three bedrooms and three bathrooms. It’ll keep you warm during cold winters with not one, not two but three fireplaces. There’s also a screened-in porch, a three-car garage and

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Five Ways to Add a Little Southern Charm to Your Home

Southern homes are considered classy, playful, elegant and unique. Most southern homes have antiques that have been collected and handed down in the families for years and years. Because of that, southern homes are rarely in line with fads. For some of us, creating southern charm just doesn't come easy. To help inspire and awaken your inner interior designer, we've got a few tips to help you add some southern charm to your home. With the right colors, furniture and functionality, your home will look straight out of the pages ofSouthern Living (where we drew some inspiration for this post).

Use Softer Shades of Color

Southerners love color — and we aren’t afraid to use it! Instead of bright,

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