No Excuses

No Excuses Election Day is November 6th.  Many suggest that this might be the most important election of our time.   So, the nerd that I am I thought some statistics might be interesting. Engaged Women Almost 100 years ago, Tennessee was the 35th state to ratify the 19th Amendment to the Constitution which prohibited the…… Continue reading No Excuses

Inspections – Can’t Live With ‘Em and Can’t Live Without ‘Em

The number one reason most purchase contracts for homes fall through is due to the inspection.  And I had two contracts that fell through in the last few weeks, which for me is unusual. And that’s a lot of work for me and my clients with no results.   Bulbs to Basements Home inspections are…… Continue reading Inspections – Can’t Live With ‘Em and Can’t Live Without ‘Em

Highrise Is The Life For Me

Or is it?  Condo/townhome or single family home?  Many buyers start their search with this question.  Millennials and baby boomers alike wonder which lifestyle will suit them at this time in their lives.  Is there a right answer? Personal Experience Over the last 18 years I have lived in 3 single family homes and 3…… Continue reading Highrise Is The Life For Me

Both Sides Now

It’s hard to believe I have been selling real estate for 5 years now.  Sometimes it seems much longer and other times I feel if I’ve just started.  There have been occasional clients or potential clients that have driven me crazy, like the one woman that looked for 9 months but could never pull the…… Continue reading Both Sides Now

“I’ll Live In My House Forever”

I hosted a party for a friend who just retired recently and had several conversations over the course of the evening about real estate.  Not sure how that happens! One comment that stood out for me was “I’ll live in my house until I die”. Short Sighted Thinking Now I understand that concept even if…… Continue reading “I’ll Live In My House Forever”

Let’s Go To WeHo

Many of you but not all of you may have heard of WeHo which is short for Wedgewood Houston, an emerging neighborhood in Nashville.  This neighborhoods boundaries are Chestnut on the north, 4th Ave S on the east, 8th Ave on the west and Wedgewood on the south.  It’s not a large area and it’s…… Continue reading Let’s Go To WeHo