Profitable House hunting – how to up your odds of real estate profits!

Among the horde's of tips and tactics for the real estate investor one principal stands out in front of all the rest :  Buy the WORST house in the BEST neighborhood. It's that simple.....   on a strictly  financial point of view it is the most important thing to do. The way it works is easy. As the best areas appreciate the fastest as they are in high demand even an old fixer upper is likely to keep going up in value along with the rest of the neighborhood....   The old saying of the 3 most important things when it comes to real estate are LOCATION,LOCATION,LOCATION are true.                                                                                                                                             But when it comes to a couple looking for their primary residence it is hard to settle for a less desirable house over a house that rings all the bells..... But if you want the best chance at fast appreciation.... You know what to do!!
No, it's not a fixer upper. This is "rock castle" a historical house on the Indian Lake Peninsula in Hendersonville,Tn - just outside of Nashville,Tennessee
No, it's not a fixer upper. This is "rock castle" a historical house on the Indian Lake Peninsula in Hendersonville,Tn - just outside of Nashville,Tennessee
A cave entrance on the Indian lake peninsula
A cave entrance on the Indian lake peninsula
Just by learning a small amount of strategies you can make a HUGE difference in your financial Future!                                                                            Thanks for reading, John and                                                                                                                      Debbie  :   http://Debbiemeyers.realtor  

Where is the Best place to live in Nashville tn ? Where to relocate in Middle tn

Imagine trying to answer that question when someone first presents that to you. So much depends on your own personal goals and desires. The great thing about the Nashville area is you can find a wide range of places to call home depending on your choices. If you do a search for "checklist for deciding what state to move to" https://www.google.com/#q=checklist+for+deciding+what+state+to+move+to   you have plenty of things to read and consider, but always remember there is a lot of "real life" information that only locals can provide, such as traffic congestion challenges, crime area's to avoid, etc
Looking out from a private spot on the grounds of "Rock castle" In the distance is the Sanders ferry peninsula
Looking out from a private spot on the grounds of "Rock castle" In the distance is the Sanders ferry peninsula
Along with your on line research I would suggest establishing a relationship with a Competent realtor who has your best interests as their goal. Most problems with real estate transactions can be avoided by choosing that rare person who truly believes in a fiduciary duty towards you as they help you achieve your housing goals.                                                                                                                                                                         After that, It's best to take the time to drive the area's you are considering and talk to people such as small business owners, property owners ( yard and garage sales are a great place to talk and mingle with locals), and anyone else that may help you understand your new neighborhood. Once you narrow down your search area have your Realtor do a mls search for your perfect house and then you can decide which of the houses will be your new home!                                                                           John and                                                                                                                     Debbie                                                                                                                               http://debbiemeyers.realtorDSCN5373