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Home selling advice for Nashville, Tennessee residents.

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How To Sell a Home In a Buyer’s MarketA competitive real estate market can be good or bad, depending on whose favor it skews to. For a buyer looking for a home when dozens of new homes are listed each day, it’s a very good thing. But what happens when a homeowner is trying to sell their home when there is hardly any buyers? In this sort of market, it’s an excellent time to be a buyer, but it can be difficult selling that home. If this is the case, here are four essential tips all homeowners should know when trying to sell their home in a buyer’s market.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

1. Work With a Real Estate Agent

No matter if the market is competitive or not, all

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Importing Selling Papers You Need to KnowSelling a home isn't as simple as declaring who owns the property on a standard deed. And while the exact amount of paperwork depends on the circumstances of each sale, Gallatin home sellers should understand the general principles behind the many documents they may need to review and sign. Learn more about the most important paperwork, and how a real estate agent can help sellers decipher the clauses and contingencies.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Usual Home Selling Paperwork

Home sellers may already be familiar with major documents from the buying process:

  • A Deed
  • A Title
  • The Purchase & Sale Contract
  • Any
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How Taxes Work When Selling a Vacation HomeSelling a vacation home has a few distinct differences compared to selling a primary home due to the nature of the property. Because vacation homes are considered somewhat of a luxury asset, the taxes can be considerable for sellers who have seen their property appreciate over the years. Find out more about what they are, and how sellers can mitigate their financial impact.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a financial advisor before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

Crunching the Capital Gains

Capital gains apply to any asset an individual might hold that has appreciated in value. They're taxed on a progressive scale based on the owner's total yearly income. The standard tax rate for capital gains is 15%,

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5 Ways To Sell Your Home FasterNo homeowner wants their home to sit on the market for months on end without finding the right buyer. It may seem like there is little a homeowner can do about this, but in reality there are many different things a homeowner can do to make their home more appealing to buyers, which may lead to a faster sale. Here are five different projects and strategies homeowners can use to help their home find the right buyer faster.

1. Take High Quality Pictures

These days, people almost always go online to look for homes for sale, so it’s of the utmost important that the homeowner uses the best photos possible on these listings to give buyer an accurate representation of the home. Cellphones have such high quality cameras now that it’s possible for

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Tips For Staging Your Kid-Friendly HomeHome sellers are often overwhelmed at the possibility of listing their home, because they know that showings will almost immediately be booked. Each showing is an opportunity to catch the attention of a prospective buyer, so it's necessary to have the property staged so that it's attractive and appealing. This can be challenging though for families with young children who are trying to sell their home.

Families with young children living in the home can make a few extra efforts in order to stage their home yet still provide a comfortable, functional space for themselves.

Get Back to Basics and Eliminate Personal Decor

Home sellers who are listing their property are also going to be preparing to move themselves. This is a great time to

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5 Essential Tips For Improving Curb AppealWhen selling a home, first impressions are everything, and a home’s first impression is its exterior appearance. When selling a home, the first thing buyers are going to see is the home’s exterior either through photos online or in person while heading to a showing, and if the home’s appearance leaves something to be desired, it’s going to affect how the buyer sees the rest of the home. Here are five easy curb appeal mistakes homeowners make and how to avoid them. 

1. Dead or Overgrown Lawn

Lawn care might not be one of the easiest household chores, but when it comes to selling a home, it’s a necessity. Having a healthy green lawn shows buyers that the homeowners care about the state of their home and how it looks, so it’s especially

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Popular Home Improvements to Appeal to BuyersWho doesn't want a home to increase in value while owning it? Determining which of the hundreds of home improvement options are the best investments often generates lots of questions from owners. Most homeowners want to know which improvements are the most popular when homes resell, what each is likely to cost, and which offer the best return on investment. Here are six projects that are sure bets.

Adding a Smart Doorbell

This is one improvement homeowners will enjoy long before listing their homes for sale. Smart technology has brought relatively inexpensive smart doorbells to the marketplace. These devices allow a resident to both see and talk with someone at the door. Most models run less than $200. Prospective buyers will view a smart

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