Yes the Northeast schools are every good. The middle school and high school do have a soccer team, as well as many other sports and clubs. There are many new and existing homes in that are. It is also close to the highway, downtown, the mall and Fort Campbell. If you are still looking, please call my office at (931)553-6687, and my team and i would love to help find you your new home.... more
On January 25, you might enjoy the Borovino Wine Festival in Murfreesboro (or you might just take a short drive to Beachaven Winery in Clarksville most anytime).
You can be warmed up with music (and terrific Italian food) most any chilly night at Fontanel, Whites Creek Pike, Nashville. Coming from Clarksville, take Exit 35.
On February 7-9, the 23rd annual Antiques and Garden Show will be held at the (new) Music City Center in Nashville. By the way, if you haven't toured the Music City Center yet, it's worth a day of looking around all on its own.
Then just before Spring arrives, February 27 - March 2, you just have to visit the Nashville Lawn & Garden Show to get ideas for spring planting.
Have fun!... more
Hello Nancy! I am an experienced Realtor in the area and hold my license in TN and KY. I can truly say it is a good idea from an investment point of view to rent out your property if you can qualify for both mortgages and not have to sell your current home. However if you need for me to meet with you and go over more details in person I'd be happy to do that. The interest rates are so low that it is a good idea to by a new home and take advantage of the low monthly payments.
I look forward to meeting with you if you are not already working with an agent. My website address is www.fortcampbellproperties.com or www.sumitra.exitclarksville.com and the direct number to reach me is 931-206-0897.
In general, a lease or rent to own has two components. The first is the rent component. This will likely be the same as the fair market rent for the property in a given area. The second is the extra "rent to own" portion that goes towards the equity in the home. This is generally calculated by the amount of equity you need in the home divided y the number of months the owner is willing to let you rent the property before financing with a tradition mortgage lender. These two components need to be paid and tracked separately, especially if you want to use the arrangement to help build your credit. The question you need to ask is, what happens to the equity portion if you do not follow through with the purchase of the home?
An alternative is a lease with option to buy. In this arrangement, you would only pay to rent the home. You would then have a specified period of time to exercise an option to purchase the home at a predetermined price. The owner may require a non-refundable option deposit.
Please feel free to contact me if you would like additional information on these options.... more