They maintain it up until time of closing. After that its up to you. The city gives you a little time. I wouldnt want to push it beyond 30 days though. In the winter if the property is vacant it needs to be winterized or you risk busted pipes Im the summer, yard maintinance is the biggest item. Let me know if I can help.... more
There are several great deals in the MidTown area that will fit the basics of your criteria. Many of the homes could use someone of your interested experience to bring the areas up. I saw two of them the other day that were in the Evergreen Historic district that would have been great if they were updated. Currently their presentation was simply dated and boring. Poor appeal but very sound houses in good location. Contact me at Marc@mropenhouse.com
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Are you really from Australia? I spent some time in Sydney and in Auckland. They were fantastically beautiful I also left there with a speeding ticket much to my shagrin. hmm
If you like to contact me direct, I can email you the actual listings that would fit your son's criteria. Then he can chose which ones he would like to take a closer look at. My email address is : firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also include what his budget will be.
I specialize in in-town properties, including Midtown, Downtown, and East Memphis. Midtown has been a stable growth market for decades, as has east Memphis. Basically a good rule of thumb is to follow the Poplar and Walnut Grove/Union corridors, even as you go east to the suburbs. That is where the value is concentrated. In-town properties have a lot going for them - close proximity to Downtown activities, the development of the new bio-tech center the medical center (between downtown and midtown) and, in my opinion a better sense of neighborhoods. Contact me for sales data, neighborhood information, and listings that meet your criteria.... more