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Monthly Archives: December 2009

    Hard Conversations

    By | December 21, 2009

    As a Real Estate Consultant, my job often requires me to have hard conversations. This is especially true as the market changed from a seller’s market to a buyer’s market over the past couple of years. In a seller’s market, everyone seems to celebrate all stages of the buying & selling process. Sellers receive multiple offers within days of their home hitting the market and buyers are just happy to have been able to purchase a home. Values soar and everyone seems to win! Read More

    Help-Portrait Featured on CNN!

    By | December 17, 2009

    Look what started in Nashville thanks to our good friend Jeremy. Congrats to the Help-Portrait team on your CNN feature, and thank you for being an inspiration to us!! [youtube=] Read More

    The West End and Terrazzo Auctions – Huge Successes!

    By | December 14, 2009

    On December 5th, 185 potential buyers showed up on a chilly Saturday morning to bid on 40 units for sale at luxury condo development The West End. Do we need to repeat that? 185 potential buyers! 34 of the units sold for an average of $177/sq. ft, or $353,051. Read More

    This & That Christmas Show for Mocha Club

    By | December 8, 2009

    Twas 16 days before Christmas and all through the town People were gathering from miles around Eric Vinson was singing in his Santa Hat with Emily Deloach and This + That. Read More

    Allen Perry Quoted in Tennessean Article

    By | December 7, 2009

    The real estate market received another boost recently with the announcement that the first-time home buyer tax credit has been extended from Nov. 30, 2009, to April 30, 2010. As part of the Worker, Homeownership and Business Assistance Act of 2009, the tax credit program also features a new twist — it now includes a benefit to previous or current homeowners as well. Read More

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