I know there is a lot of confusion and ambiguity out there regarding the real estate market. The Nashville economy has changed so dramatically in the past few months and it can be frustrating to track down accurate information about home values. Different neighborhoods can have very different metrics. Comparing Brentwood to East Nashville really is apples and oranges. A super high priced condo in the Gulch might attract multiple bids in 24 hours, but an affordable townhome in a suburbs might be on the market for 10 months or more. Entering the market can be a scary place.
The good news is that the majority of Nashville homeowners are once again in an equity position. It may be by a slim margin, but perhaps today's still-low interest rates will be enough of an incentive to make it the right time for you and your family to consider a move.
I entered this business on a lark in 2003. Turns out, it's my passion. I'm a techie and I love digging down in the data to find the truth (and the fairness) in the numbers. I'm also a problem solver. My goal is to help you turn the stressful life event of "moving house" into an efficient and pleasant experience… a drama-free zone.
It's been pretty gloomy for the past few years, but the sun is finally shining. If you have questions about buying or selling. I will help you find the answers. And if you need help solving a problem, I will locate the best resource. It's true. Buying or selling a home is a business transaction. A significant one. I've been serving my clients full-time for over a decade. I have the experience and I want to be your Realtor. Please call on me today.
P.S. I grew up in Nashville and I've lived in every corner of the city. I've personally invested in rentals, flipped condos, and even renovated a few homes. My service areas include Davidson, Williamson, Wilson, and Sumner counties. I particularly enjoy working within our intown urban neighborhoods.