Most Popular Paint Colors to Make A Room Feel Bigger

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When you’re considering buying a home in Murfreesboro, or even if you’re just shopping around for an apartment, don’t feel too down if a room or space feels cramped! There are several popular paint colors which can freshen up a … Read More

Murfreesboro Utility Numbers

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Murfreesboro Area Utility Numbers Murfreesboro city water/sewer – 615-890-0862 Atmos Energy (Gas) – 888-824-3434 AT & T – 888-947-1134 Murfreesboro Electric – 615-893-5514 Middle Tennessee Electric Corp. (Rutherford County) – 615-794-3561 Comcast Cable – 615-244-5900 Consolidated Utility District (Rutherford County) – … Read More

Should I Work With a Buyer’s Agent or a Builder?

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An unrepresented buyer is often disadvantaged in the real estate transaction process if they are not using an experienced real estate professional. It could be compared to going to represent yourself in a court case worth hundreds of thousands of … Read More

Information Needed for a Home Loan Application

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W-2 (2-years) & Current Pay Stubs, Self-Employment or 1099  – Last 2 years tax returns Landlord name/ Telephone – Last 2 years Employer name/ Address/ Telephone – Last 2 years Asset Information – Past 2 month’s bank statements Information on Stocks/ Bonds/401K, etc. … Read More

Relocation Guide

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This guide should help anyone moving into the Murfreesboro area! From coordinating temporary housing to what to do with pets, you should find everything you need. Temporary Housing Most relocations include a period of “in-between time,” when you initially move … Read More

Hiring a Home Inspector

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Once you’ve found the home of your dreams, it’s time to make an offer to buy it. Before deciding how much to offer, HUD urges you to get a professional inspection. It can also be helpful to find out how … Read More

Safety Inspection Tips

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Before you buy a home, you’ll want to know exactly what it is you’re getting. An inspector checks the safety of your potential new home. Home Inspectors focus especially on the structure, construction, and mechanical systems of the house and … Read More

Closing Costs Explained

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The lender considers your debt-to-income ratio, which is a comparison of your gross (pre-tax) income to housing and non-housing expenses. Non-housing expenses include such long-term debts as car or student loan payments, alimony, or child support. According to the FHA,monthly … Read More

What Is Escrow?

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Escrow – A neutral third party holds documents and money for a real estate transaction and ensures that all conditions of a sale are met. Also refers to a special account that a lender uses to hold a borrower’s monthly … Read More

What Is Involved With Closing?

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There may be closing cost customary or unique to a certain locality, but closing cost are usually made up of the following: Attorney’s or escrow fees (Yours and your lender’s if applicable) Property taxes (to cover tax period to date) … Read More

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