What’s Happening, Nashville! Episode 3 – Nashville Real Estate

Corey: Hey friends, it’s Corey with Nashville Homes, ETC. Welcome to episode three of What’s Happening Nashville. I’d love to look you in the eye but the sun is in my eyes and I’m driving. So I’m going to keep my eyes on the road and just talk. Today I want to talk about a little town that may be a place that you want to look into buying. A lot of people haven’t looked out there because it’s kind of off the beating path. But its name is Smyrna. The reason it’s desirable is one word, affordability.

If you have a budget between $300,000 and $600,000 you’ve got options all over the place. But if you’re under the $250,000 range, it’s starting to get hard to find a piece of property anywhere near Nashville. So what does Smyrna have to offer? Well one, it’s a straight 20 mile shot from Smyrna to Nashville. So if you work in Nashville you can hop on the 24 corridor and get to Nashville. You will probably deal with some traffic at the busy times but if you don’t, it’s a quick and easy drive.

If you happen to work in Cool Springs or Franklin it’s a beautiful drive hopping on 840 to get there. But the nice thing about Smyrna is it’s not as far as driving to Murfreesboro. I know a lot of people have migrated to Murfreesboro because it’s very affordable there too but it’s such a long drive to get back and forth between Murfreesboro and Nashville. So Smyrna is a nice compromise.

You’ve got a lot of options with townhouses, with single family homes. There are plenty of parks out there. Every store and shop that you can think of is in Smyrna. You’ve got Targets, Starbucks, Chik Fil A, Home Depot. You’ve got all the franchise shops. You also have some great local restaurants there too. And it’s been seeing a lot of growth but it’s not overwhelmed and overloaded with people. There’s still room for growth there and I think it’s a very convenient place.

So if you’re a buyer and you’re looking for something that’s affordable, but it’s not too far outside of Nashville, Smyrna’s a place you might want to check out. You need some assistance with that just reach out to us. Have a good one guys.

 

They say that real estate agents need to “know their market.” What does that mean to know the market? It means understanding the general climate of what’s happening in the area. Is it a sellers market or a buyer’s market

What’s Happening, Nashville! Episode 3 – Nashville Real Estate

When Is The Best Time To Sell Your House in Nashville? – Call 615-905-0039 – www.NashvilleHomesETC.com

Nashville Homes ETC is a local, family owned company located in Franklin, TN. Family is the foundation of every home so we put our family in our name: “ETC” stands for Everett, Tara, Corey. We have over 20 years of experience in the real estate world: from public relations for a large real estate firm, to mortgage broker, title company, construction and property renovation, real estate investment, and property rental – Nashville Homes ETC has truly seen and done it all.

In a market as hot as Nashville, how do you choose the right real estate agent to sell your house or help you find the perfect house? What should you look for in an agent? The number one answer we hear from our clients is Trust. Trust that you’ll be guided to make good decisions — trust that you’re getting the whole story — trust that your agent will do what they said they will do. How do you know you can trust your agent? Their reputation and their track record. There are plenty of agents who “decided to do real estate because the market is hot” and then there are those who are real estate agents for life, committed to giving their clients a top tier experience in the largest purchase or sale of their lives.

Buying Houses Nashville is committed to giving you a true and honest experience. WE WILL ALWAYS TELL YOU THE TRUTH, EVEN WHEN IT’S NOT GOOD NEWS.

In addition to giving sellers and buyers a smooth transition from one house to another, Nashville Homes ETC has personally bought and sold more 50 properties of our own. What does that mean for you? It means we’ve seen a lot of different scenarios & made a lot of mistakes over the years; mistakes that we’ve learned from so you can avoid them. For instance, do you know the precise numbers of price per square foot in your neighborhood & how to compare & price the number of bathrooms, upgrades? How to make sure you don’t have issues with the appraisal once you receive an offer? Do you know how to be preemptive with the buyer’s inspection& realistic on what needs to be repaired? There are thousands of dollars and time on the line & the answers to these questions are the value we provide…like helping you maneuver around all the potholes on Nashville roads with busting an axle or running off the road. It’s kind of like doing a workout; no one wants to do it at first but once you’re done, you’re so glad you did it. Since we’re talking about comparisons, choosing the wrong agent (like a discount agent) is like eating a huge piece of cake and 3 scoops of ice cream; it tastes great at first but you always regret it after you’re done!

When Is The Best Time To Sell Your House in Nashville? – Call 615-905-0039 – www.NashvilleHomesETC.com

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Video Transcription

Corey: Hey friends, it’s Corey with Nashville Homes, ETC. Welcome to episode three of What’s Happening Nashville. I’d love to look you in the eye but the sun is in my eyes and I’m driving. So I’m going to keep my eyes on the road and just talk. Today I want to talk about a little town that may be a place that you want to look into buying. A lot of people haven’t looked out there because it’s kind of off the beating path. But its name is Smyrna. The reason it’s desirable is one word, affordability.

If you have a budget between $300,000 and $600,000 you’ve got options all over the place. But if you’re under the $250,000 range, it’s starting to get hard to find a piece of property anywhere near Nashville. So what does Smyrna have to offer? Well one, it’s a straight 20 mile shot from Smyrna to Nashville. So if you work in Nashville you can hop on the 24 corridor and get to Nashville. You will probably deal with some traffic at the busy times but if you don’t, it’s a quick and easy drive.

If you happen to work in Cool Springs or Franklin it’s a beautiful drive hopping on 840 to get there. But the nice thing about Smyrna is it’s not as far as driving to Murfreesboro. I know a lot of people have migrated to Murfreesboro because it’s very affordable there too but it’s such a long drive to get back and forth between Murfreesboro and Nashville. So Smyrna is a nice compromise.

You’ve got a lot of options with townhouses, with single family homes. There are plenty of parks out there. Every store and shop that you can think of is in Smyrna. You’ve got Targets, Starbucks, Chik Fil A, Home Depot. You’ve got all the franchise shops. You also have some great local restaurants there too. And it’s been seeing a lot of growth but it’s not overwhelmed and overloaded with people. There’s still room for growth there and I think it’s a very convenient place.

So if you’re a buyer and you’re looking for something that’s affordable, but it’s not too far outside of Nashville, Smyrna’s a place you might want to check out. You need some assistance with that just reach out to us. Have a good one guys.

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