Looking For A New Project? This location may be PERFECT for you! 2 vacant lots with potential commercial and residential development. MLS #2105579 Brenda Neely 615-417-2836 or Tina Redding 615-268-5985 EXIT Real Estate Solutions 615-826-0001 #commercialproperty
GREAT STARTER HOME for sale located at 211 Arabian Ln Springfield TN. The current owners have built a family here and are now looking for more space in their forever home! So many memories have been created here with the birth of their son and their fur babies. It will be bittersweet to leave but are looking forward to the new memories they will create in the next chapter.
This home has a vaulted living room with gas fireplace, custom plantation shutters, and laminate flooring. The kitchen is spacious with an eat in dining area in addition to a bar area for those hurried breakfasts before the day begins. Split bedrooms with the master bedroom on one side and additional 2 bedrooms on the other. The master bedroom has a trey ceiling with a walk in closet and the master bath has a double sink vanity. Currently the 3rd bedroom is a playroom. Steps away leads you to a spacious bonus room perfect for entertaining.
A privacy fence completes the home out back with a concrete patio. The Saddle Brook Subdivision does NOT have an HOA fee and is minutes from downtown Springfield or White House. Want to know more about Springfield? Click here.
HER favorite things about the home are the tub, 2 car garage, storage space in the attic, and the custom plantation shutters. HIS favorite thing about the home is the fenced back yard. And the littlest – riding his four wheeler on the side walks in the neighborhood!
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Tina Redding, EXIT Real Estate Solutions, O (615)826-0001, C (615)268-5985
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Complete renovation of this spacious home located within 15 minutes of downtown Nashville. Home has 5 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, large kitchen with custom tile, granite counters, island, upgraded plank flooring, new drywall, bathroom redo, large deck with pergola, perfect for entertaining. New HVAC, light fixtures, 2 storage buildings, concrete drive, and much more. Seller to provide Builders 2-10 Warranty. Buyer/buyer’s agent to verify all pertinent information including square footage, schools, taxes, etc. Builder Patton Construction LLC
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Contact Brenda Neely (615)417-2836 or Tina Redding (615)268-5985
Each Office Independently Owned & Operated
EXIT Real Estate Solutions (615)826-0001
Looking to move to a great neighborhood in a small town community? Look no further! This is a great starter home in the popular subdivision of Indian Ridge in White House TN. Close to area restaurants, shopping, walking trails, and city park. This home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a little under 1800 sq ft, 2 car garage, hardwood, carpet, tile, spacious bonus room, trey and vaulted ceilings, privacy fence, patio, new HVAC. View this home today!
Text E039717 to the number #51004 for additional details
Now under construction! Coming Soon!
Get ready, set…”go” time for showings on or about 1/31/18! $290,000. 2150 SF. MLS#1892824. This 5 Bedroom (master downstairs), 2.5 Bath home, on nearly an acre, has been gutted due to a previous home fire and is being completely re-done — new kitchen, new flooring, new lighting, new windows, new drywall, new bathrooms…it’s just about all new! The eat-in kitchen is very spacious with sliding glass doors going onto the back patio, the living space also has sliding doors onto the back patio, laundry room, 2 exterior storage buildings remain, driveway will be concrete. Renovations by Patton Construction Group LLC. Do you know anyone that might be interested in this “like new” home? Call with any questions.
Brenda Neely or Tina Redding
EXIT Real Estate Solutions
615-417-2836 or 615-268-5985
TRUE STORY! Within hours on the market, the sellers received multiple offers. Accepted offer above list price (check). Inspections negotiated (check). Appraisal received, price – no problem, repairs – another story. Older home and to finance the sellers have to fix some things and they do. But, do you know how busy contractors are these days?
We get through that hurdle and must now wait for approval from USDA. We are down to the wire to close or extend for the second time. Bam! Approval! Yay! Moving forward. Closing day! No kidding closing docs are exchanged under an umbrella because the bottom fell out of the sky at that moment.
Did I paint the picture well? Real Estate is a series of up and down motions (and emotions) during the course. And this is a typical today. To have a transaction proceed without incident is rare.
But, at the end of the day, these sellers met their goal of selling their rental home at a profit. And the buyer…single mom with 2 children starting their future in one of the best cities in Middle TN – White House. I am blessed to have participated in this adventure! Thank you Kim & Randy for allowing that! I would do it again, and again, and again!
NEW CONSTRUCTION home located directly across from Amqui Elementary School, 328 Anderson Ln, Madison, TN. 1350 square feet, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 floors, granite counters, open floor plan, hardwood flooring downstairs, stainless appliances, convenient location 25 minutes to downtown Nashville. Seller to pay $5,000 in closing costs and is offering a 2-10 Home Warranty.
Meet Izzy and Blake! Izzy, Blake, and their mom, Jesi, worked tirelessly to find the perfect house in the perfect location. Over a 4 month period we wrote no less than 6 contracts. This market is tough! All offers were multiple and our bid was never accepted until Jesi drove by a home for rent. By just asking if the owner would be willing to sell, Jesi now had an opportunity to purchase a home and have a chance at actually winning the bid. And she DID! The transaction wasn’t without challenges but we sailed through them with patience and grace. Lots of folks helped in that process – Jerry Summers with Farmers Bank and Dolly Peay with Venture Title. We couldn’t have done it without them and I’m thankful for a great TEAM of folks to work with. You never will know the answer until you ask the question! So thankful you drove by there Jesi! Sometimes the answer is YES!
Many real estate economists have called on new home builders to ramp up production to help relieve the shortage of inventory of homes for sale throughout the United States. The added inventory would no doubt aid buyers in their search to secure their dream home, while also helping to ease price increases throughout the country.
Unfortunately for builders, there are many forces that are making it difficult for them to do just that!
Last week at the National Association of Real Estate Editors 51st Annual Conference, CoreLogic’s Chief Economist Frank Nothaft broke down the 4 ‘L’s of New Home Construction: Lots, Labor, Lumber, and Lending.
The concept of supply and demand is ripe in the new home construction industry. The four ‘L’s of new home construction are each suffering a supply problem, and with that comes added costs. Let’s break it down!
Lots – There is a shortage of land near metros at an affordable price, causing builders to move farther and farther away from cities to keep costs down. This isn’t always an attractive option for those who want to stay close to work.
Labor – The Great Recession forced many skilled construction and trade workers to find other sources of income once their jobs were lost at the time of the crash. Even though the overall housing market has recovered, these workers have not returned. Those who remain are starting to age out and retire, causing even more of a shortage and additional costs.
Lumber – The cost to build a new home is directly tied to the cost of the lot and the cost of the supplies needed to build the home. Lumber costs continue to escalate due to policies restricting the importation of Canadian lumber, making larger luxury homes an attractive option to recoup costs when selling, rather than building smaller single-family homes and making less profit.
Below is a graph showing the increase in cost of 1,000 board feet of framing lumber.
Year-over-year, lumber costs are up 13% after reaching a high of $433 in the second week of April.
Lending – During the Great Recession, many small community banks were forced to close their doors. These banks were a great source of capital and lending for builders looking to borrow money at a low interest rate in the community in which they were building. Tougher lending standards have made borrowing funds more expensive and more difficult for builders.
Additional costs across all 4 ‘L’s have made building luxury properties more attractive to builders as they are able to make a larger margin with the higher sales price. The move to scale down to starter and trade up homes to help with supply will mean any additional costs are absorbed by the builders unless the supply of the 4 ‘L’s can increase!
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