There are a lot of great homes for sale in the Brighton area. Most are priced at or below the market value. The interest rates are really low right now and there are a lot of good loan officers in this area that would be happy to help you. Please let me know what you are looking for and I will email you the homes that are on the market that meet your critiera. Just let me know which ones you would like to take a look at. Looking forward to working for you.
Web site: JaneRiggen.com
There are some homes that are listed for rent in the Brighton, Atoka and Munford areas, they are usually placed on the Multiple Listing Service by agents that their clients want to rent.
Please email me and I can send you a list of current homes available in the areas. Welcome to TN!!!
Lesley Denney, Broker
RE/MAX Right Way
Licensed in TN
Okay,,, house. The first question I have is you state you "must move"... is that due to desire to start over or was that part of the divorce decree? If it's court generated, you may talk with your current lender, get an appraisal and see if you can "buy out" the other spouse's interest in the house.
If that's not the case,,, do you have to move within a specific time frame or is that a "want"? In many areas it's taking upwards of 8-12 months to get the house sold without "giving it away". Talk to your realtor and discuss some more options. Have them do another CMA (comparable market analysis) if it's not been done in the last 3 months. That will determine if you need to change the pricing also.... make sure the house shows great by de-cluttering, curb appeal, etc.
As long as you don't have to move you shouldn't be homeless...
Tina Evans, Broker
CRYE-LEIKE REALTORS/COOKEVILLE TN
Deborah Rigsbee Miller, Real Estate Broker
Coldwell Banker HPW