Mary Holden

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Residential For Sale

2057 Simpson Road, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024

Attached garageParking(s)
Country Style home on 5 acres, with lots of extras. Three Bedrooms 2.5 Baths Large Great Room with WB Fireplace, Open Kitchen /Dining with all appliances and built in Hutch. Exterior features screened deck, shaded patio area, Barn, Workshop, Large storage Building, amd fenced area for small pasture and all this set up with electricity and water.

Residential For Sale

2845 Ward Drive, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024

Attached carportParking(s)
SUMMERTIME AND THE SWIMMING IS REFRESHING!!!! 3 Bedroom, 3 bath home just a short distance from shopping, restaurants, and schools. Enjoy your screened-in back porch overlooking your spacious back yard with an INGROUND POOL and wood privacy fence. Interior features Great Room wih Trey ceiling, Eat in Kitchen, seperate laundry and a Large Master Bedroom with walk in closet.

Residential For Sale

226 Copeland Road, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024

Attached carportParking(s)
Nice 3 Bedroom Brick home on a large Lot , with extra 2 car Detached Carport. There are 3 outbuildngs in a large backyard. New METAL Roof.

Commercial/industrial For Sale

15051 Highway 211 Highway, Trimble, Tennessee 38259

Concrete Block Building on 2 acres.
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    Want a home that’s for sale by owner?

    Homes that are for sale by owner — when a seller decides not to hire a listing agent — are more common than you might think. They account for about 8 percent of all home listings currently on the market. If you’re on the house hunt, you’re likely to come across one in your search.

    What’s different about buying one of these homes? What can you do to leverage the situation to get the most for your money? Here are four things to keep in mind.

    1. Hire an agent.Since the seller doesn’t have an agent, it’s vital that you do — if only to ensure the transaction is handled correctly and legally. An agent will be knowledgeable about market conditions and can help you craft your offer, prepare the contracts and find the right lender to work with.
    2. Be ready to negotiate.These homes are rarely priced appropriately. Sellers typically overvalue their homes due to their emotional attachment to it. Having an agent on your side gives you access to comparable sales data to help you negotiate the right price.
    3. Get a home inspection.The owner may not know that they are legally required to disclose known issues with the property, and that oversight could mean costly repairs down the road. A home inspection can shed light on potential problems before you go through with the sale.
    4. Add contingencies to your contract.Contingencies give you an exit routeshould something go wrong during the transaction. If you can’t get a loan, you’re unhappy with the inspection results or the appraisal doesn’t come in at the sale price, you have a way to back out and save your money.

    Want to be prepared for your new home purchase? Get in touch today for help on making the best decision for your budget and goals.

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