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Mon Nov 9, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Yousif,
Hard to know. Banks change the dates all the time. The current owner may be given another chance to resolve their issues, they may have declared bankruptcy which stops foreclosure action. I've had short sales with auction dates get put off multiple times when we were negotiating a sale with the bank. ... more
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Wed Jan 14, 2015
Tanya Shannon answered:
There is actually a lot to do in the Kingston Springs area.

Narrows of the Harpeth I always enjoy the walk not only to the falls side of the tunnel but also the overlooking bluffs. Moving water is always relaxing and peaceful. Also, the history of the tunnel is interesting.

Foggy Bottom Canoe and rent a canoe and spend hours on the river.

Adventureworks Zip Line Tours - zip lining is fun and is located in Narrows of the Harpeth. You will have to follow the signs.

There is a small water park for smaller children.

Great restaurants around.
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Mon Jan 20, 2014
arielde answered:
Thanks - I e-mailed customer service & unfortunately it was after office hours when I discovered the listing. I'll call tomorrow.
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Sun Aug 18, 2013
My NC Homes Team answered:
Get yourself an experienced buyer broker and they will advise you. Below is a link that will help understand what you should be looking for as you interview perspective Realtors. After reading it check out the Find an Agent tab at the top of every Trulia page which would be an excellent place to start. ... more
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Mon Feb 1, 2010
Laura Scott answered:
Susie,
I have a home listed in Kingston Springs on 6 acres and with 1700+ sq ft....very nice kind of the " end of the world" in the woods.....you follow the signs to the Cliff View Golf Course and it is right before there....These are called the Ranchettes (after Simms Heights)and I will send a link to all....let me hear from you if you would like to have some help with the communities....


Vereo Ct.---Kingston Springs
http://www.realtracs.net/Search/ListingDetailReportHeader.aspx?ReportID=1&ListingID=1330593&Type=2&HttpReferer=http%3a%2f%2fwww.realtracs.net%2fSearch%2fResidential%2fQuickSearch_ResidentialResult.aspx%3ftab%3d0&TabStrip=quicksearch&tab=0

Golf Course Communities in Surrounding Area of Nashville
http://www.realtracs.net/Search/Residential/QuickSearch_ResidentialResult.aspx?tab=0&tabstrip=CustomSearch&ToListIndex=3

One of these is in Kingston Springs

Laura Scott,Broker
Pilkerton Realtors
615.977.9088
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Mon Jul 27, 2009
Megan Manly answered:
When we analyze "market" we are looking in the most current market, which is usually measured over the prior three months. For this answer, I'll be giving you stats based on that premise. Currently, on the single family residence category, there are 48 active homes for sale with three of those under contract. Three homes are "pending" which means they are very close to closing. In the past three months, 16 home have successfully closed. Those seller received 95.6% of their asking price with an average 117 days on market. Most of the sold homes were below $200K.

On the condo side, there is only one on the market and no condos have closed recently. Obviously, there are few condos in the K.S. market.

So those are the facts. With that analysis, the good news is that the K.S. market is relatively healthy and leans more to the buyer's side on the stock side. On the price side, it's still a good time for seller's thanks to a strong asking price to sales price ratio. Does that help?
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