We moved to a townhome on Peabody Drive in June 2013 and are so sorry that we chose this area. It is noisy, constant parties, loud and crudely obscene musicblasting until wee hours of the morning. We have had the police here almost daily, even knocking on our door by mistake to respond to a complaint made by someone.
We are a retired married couple and this is only a temporary arrangement for us. We will be moving to California in the fall and will be so glad to get out of here! The day we looked at looked at this rental the streets were quiet but it was definitely NOT a representation of the status of this area. Our very first night in our new home a street fight between two black women resulted in several police cars out front in the middle of the night. I knew then that this was a bad choice and was very sorry the property management agent had not tried to at least suggest that this area might not be the best choice. He could have steered us to one of his properties in another neighborhood of which he had several available but he didn't.
If you want a nice area to live in that is safe and quiet, DO NOT MOVE here!!!... more
Alicia -- Have you had a chance to pursue some Clarksville neighborhoods? I'm ready to help you locate the right place for you and your family. Drop me an email at email@example.com and we will work together. Looking forward to hearing from you.... more
It depends on the buyer. If I have someone in from out of town new to our market, I'll show them all I can as long as I have scheduled them. I don't mind showing homes that fit a buyers needs/wants even if we have to walk through 20 that don't work out . If I have a "looker" who wants to stop at every home in a subdivision without an appointment, then three or four homes and we have to sit down and reevaluate.
We have a lot of people in our market who have 8 months in a lease and want to browse. That is ok too! Just as long as the client is upfront and the agent knows.... more
When looking at a lot of the questions on these R.E. websites. I would bet at least half of them are really coming from Agents in that area, just to see what the response is going to be. I have also seen a few Former Agents do it.... more
Eunice, if you're in Clarksville, I would love to help you. Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get started. By the way, I'm a Clarksville native, so I am very knowledgeable about All Things Clarksville!... more
You have received several answers to your question. Some I am inclined to agree with and other parts I have to disagree with. Closing costs have been mentioned several times, but i think we should be discussing the cost of selling instead. It is true that closing costs are different depending on the lender, but as a seller, you don't need to be directed to a lender. The lender works for the buyer. An important point about closing costs is that they are negotiable. Yes, it is very typical for buyers to ask for closing cost to be paid but that doesn't mean you have to pay all of them. If you only want to pay the seller's mandatory fees, that is up to you in negotiations. Now, the cost of selling is different. If you use an agent, you will be paying a commission to your agent, but commissions are also negotiable. After you list your house an receive an offer that you accept, the buyer has an opportunity to have to home inspected. If they find needed repairs, those will also cost money. Repairs are negotiable as well, but the buyer has the right to void the contract if they choose to after having the inspections done. My point is, we can all give you a pretty close estimate of what it will cost you to sell, but we can't give you a "to the penny" guarantee of what it will cost. That is simply because we can't predict the future or guarantee what a buyer will offer you and what they will ask for. I hope that I have helped to clear a few things up for you. You can call me anytime if you have any other questions or if you would like to sit down and discuss your options. Thank you
Jacob Patton, REALTOR
Keller Williams Realty
1943-A Ft. campbell blvd
Clarksville, TN 37042... more
I can't tell you which state you should live in, but I can give you a great resource that may help you decide whether it is best for you to rent or to sell your home in TN. I used the zip 37042 in order to get these stats, but you can put any zip code in and it will produce the stats for that area.
Click the link to learn things like; median sales price, average days on the market, and how many houses are listed in that area.
If you choose to place your house up for rent, I can get you in touch with a property manager that can help you out.
Whatever you choose, please do not hesitate to call me if you have any questions.
Jacob Patton, REALTOR
Keller Williams Realty
1943-A Ft Campbell Blvd.
Clarksville, TN 37042
Congratulations on the foresight to update your place. It sounds as if you are paying attention to what Buyers are looking for! There are so many other factors to consider, I would really need to see the home in order to give you solid market comparables for your area. Pelase do not hesitate to call! My number is 931-241-7744.