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Sharon Felton, Real Estate Pro in Nashville, TN
Sharon Felton answered:
We are considering lakefront property as a tear down. Can you build a larger home there than the existing footprint? what is involved in the approval?
It's been six months since you posted your original inquiry. What's happened in the meantime? Did you purchase that lakefront property, and have you had it torn down? Are you now loo ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Oct 23, 2014 Home Buying in Old Hickory
Becky Ramos, Real Estate Pro in 37206
Becky Ramos answered:
I am wondering if this unit is for sale or rent at this time and how much
The best way to keep track of any home, subdivision or zip code is to sign up for my property alert app. This program will send you emails as soon as any changes occur in the area you a ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Jul 11, 2014 Home Buying in Old Hickory
Mia924, Home Buyer in 07070
Mia924 asked:
What date to go by on a foreclosure for a fha loan? My husband and I are trying to buy a house. We have been approved for a fha loan but were told we needed to wait until 3 years from the date of the sherriff's sale for our old house.…
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jun 12, 2012 Home Buying in 37138
Carol Perdew, Real Estate Pro in Central Valley, CA
Carol Perdew answered:
Can you really get a good deal if you buy a home in foreclosure or short sale?
Hello,

Today’s market has wonderful opportunities for home buyers in buying homes. Foreclosures are usually listed at market price but do adjust down if the home fails to sell ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Jan 26, 2012 Home Buying in Old Hickory
Steven Richa…, Real Estate Pro in Murfreesboro, TN
4860 Whittier Dr.Old Hickory, TN 37138Only $139,900. Company transfer causing the owners to have to sell thier home that they have loved and cared for and it shows. Here is your opportunity to purchase… Read more
Blogged Sun Dec 4, 2011 by Steven Richards, Broker Home Buying Home Selling Foreclosure
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Sharon Wayman, Real Estate Pro in 37215
Sharon Wayman answered:
Considering buying a home that was flooded in a 500 year flood, is this a bad idea? Or is resale going to be ok in the future?
Did you purchase the home in Old Hickory? Two months isn't long at all to be on the market.
Hope it works out for you.
Sharon
0 votes Share Flag Sun Jun 19, 2011 Home Buying in Old Hickory
Rickie Mcque…, Real Estate Pro in Old Hickory, TN
Rickie Mcqueen answered:
What is the property tax rate in Old Hickory Village 37138? Thanks
There are two tax rate in Nashvile/Davidson County - urban district rate and general district rate . Old Hickory Vilage is in general district. To give you an idea of what property tax ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Oct 14, 2010 Home Buying in 37138
Darrell, Real Estate Pro in Mount Juliet, TN
Any one looking for a fantastic floor plan. No need to look any further. Check out my listing. MLS # 1155507 - Near Golf Course; Good Food; Access to I 40 and much more Read more
Blogged Sat Apr 3, 2010 by Darrell Home Buying
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CCC, Home Owner in San Diego, CA
CCC answered:
what is naca?
Please keep posting your questions.

NACA requires all utilities to be on for inspection and appraisal. Make sure that that will be done by the seller.

I do not know how cold is TN ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Jan 5, 2010 Home Buying in Old Hickory
Becky Kittre…, Real Estate Pro in Tennessee
Old Hickory Home with improvements, newly painted inside, new bathroom fixtures, tile floors in bath and utility, hardwoods floors in living room. Walking distance to schools and community center,ect.… Read more
Blogged Fri Dec 11, 2009 by Becky Kittrell Home Buying
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Becky Kittre…, Real Estate Pro in Tennessee
Large fenced back yard, Updates, hardwood floors, newly painted, convenient to schools, shopping, interstates 40 & 65, minutes from Nashville, Mt. Juliet and Madison. Reach me @ bkittrellhousingnashville.com  … Read more
Blogged Tue Dec 8, 2009 by Becky Kittrell Home Buying
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Kevin Pellat…, Real Estate Pro in Brentwood, TN
Kevin Pellatiro answered:
When will the higher tax credit go into effect? Will it be $15,000 or stay $8,000? How long does it take to receive the credit?
Well, it looks like we are going to see a $7,290 version of the tax credit through April 30th of next year (contract date; can close by the end of June 2010). This new plan would be for ... more
0 votes Share Flag Tue Oct 27, 2009 Home Buying in Old Hickory
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