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

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

The Scary Side of Real Estate

I love my chosen profession for many reasons but there are times when it’s not so fun.  There is a scary side. Sellers Greed It has been a seller’s market for some time now but unfortunately some sellers have gotten greedy.  Recently a client put an offer on a house in East Nashville.  My buyer…… Continue reading The Scary Side of Real Estate

Use Your Retirement Account Wisely

One of the keys to a successful retirement according to the Harvard Business Journal is not the amounts of assets you have but the amount of regular monthly income.  Real estate is a great tool to create regular on-going income.   That sound great you say, I’d love to buy some investment property but I don’t…… Continue reading Use Your Retirement Account Wisely