What’s Different About Condo Inspections?

By Mary O'Neil

A condo is, obviously, different from your traditional detached home. But often there’s much more than condo association fees, shared walls, and elevators that separate an apartment from a home — including what goes on before you ever reach the settlement table. Here’s what makes a Nashville condo inspection much different from any other home inspection…

Buying a Home When You’ve Just Moved to Nashville

By Mary O'Neil

It can be very hard and high-pressure to search for a home when you’ve just finished a big move! Supplementing your Nashville home search with targeted inquiries and in-person exploration can give you an edge as a home buyer. Select Your Agent Carefully. Do your homework on your agent. Buying or selling, it can cost…

Stress-Reducing Tricks For Moving With Kids

By Mary O'Neil

Moving is difficult for everyone, but your relocation will go much more smoothly if your kids are kept in the loop about the details: and they’ll feel less anxious and upset if they know what to expect. Keep Dates Clear and Positive Write the date you’re moving on the family calendar, so your child is…

Fall Festivals in Nashville

By Mary O'Neil

Every year as  the temperature cools in Music City and that means it’s time celebrate with a great festival. We have food, cultural, craft, and music festivals happening the entire fall. All you need to do is plan the trip and come join in the festivities. Cheekwood Harvest – Sept 17-Oct 30 Celebrate fall during…

Things to Watch for at an Open House

By Mary O'Neil

When you’re going to an open house, it’s easy to fall into the trap of admiring the look of a home. Instead, ask important questions which should influence your buying decision! It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of going to an open house. Especially if it’s staged beautifully, smells great, and there’s…

Nashville Homes for Sale Under 200 000

By Mary O'Neil

Nashville Homes for Sale Under $200,000 Information on homes for sale and real estate in Nashville priced under $200,000. Browse photos, see new properties, get open house info, and research neighborhoods! These are single family homes, not condos or townhomes.