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Residential For Sale

104 Oak St, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024

TROY & OAK STREET-Take a Private TOUR and see what this home/church has to offer!! Beautiful Home w/Bell Tower, Sanctuary Room used for Living Room and Kitchen, 7 Bedrooms 5.

Commercial/industrial For Sale

272 2Nd Ave, Hornbeak, Tennessee 38232

REELFOOT LAKE MOTEL INVESTMENT PROPERTY-CALL TODAY!! 10 units: Kitchenette w/Refrigerator, Stove, Microwave, Bedroom Furniture, TV, Window AC Office Laundrymat Speco Security System w/2 Camera w/Priority Alarm System Motel Rent: Nightly starting at $50, Weekly starting at $169 Edie Smith 731-676-9517

Residential For Sale

208 Oak St, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024

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OAK STREET Charming, Brick Home in Downtown Dyersburg. This home features: 4 Bedrooms and 1 1/2 Baths, Spacious Living Room w/Fireplace, Sunroom, Dining Room, Breakfast Room w/Built In China Cabinet, Kitchen and Appliances STAY, Separate Laundry Room, Walk Out Basement, Upstairs Bedroom w/Built In Bookshelves. Original Hardwood Floors and 9 Ft.+ Ceilings thru out most of the home.

Residential For Sale

623 Nora Ave, Newbern, Tennessee 38059

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NORA AVENUE, NEWBERN Won't last long!! Brick home w/3 Bedrooms-2 Baths, Laundry Room, Eat In Kitchen, Spacious Living Room, Deck, Fenced Yard, wired SHOP, and Walk Out Basement!! Updates: New Windows, Roof 2015, HVAC 2015, Flooring, Paint, Light Fixtures, Basement Sealed, & more! Edie Smith 731-676-9517

Residential For Sale

729 Scenic Hills Dr, Newbern, Tennessee 38059

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PUT THIS HOME ON YOUR LIST TO SEE!! 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home on Scenic Hills Drive, NEWBERN!! Open Floor Plan w/Spacious Living Room & Dining Room.

Residential For Sale

230 Elementary School Rd, Halls, Tennessee 38040

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HALLS, TN - Call today to tour Elementary School Road, 3 Bedroom 1.5 Bath. Spotless home w/NEW Exterior Doors and NEW low E-double tilt Windows, & NEW Seamless Gutters! HVAC NEW 2019 2 Ton. Hot Water Heater NEW 2018.

Residential For Sale

122 Eastlawn Dr, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024

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122 EASTLAWN DRIVE, DYERSBURG Brick Home w/3 Bedrooms/1 Bath features Hardwood Floors!! Nice home w/Living Room, Dining Room, Eat In Kitchen, and Separate Laundry. Fenced in Yard! Call today to check this house out! Edie Smith 731-676-9517 Seller will pay $3000 of Buyers Closing Cost.

Lots/land For Sale

Heathridge Drive, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38204

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME at Heathridge Plantation on 2.4 ACRES! Call today for details.

Lots/land For Sale

Edgewood, Newbern, Tennessee 38059

Williams Dr Hall Minor Subdivision BUILD YOUR COUNTRY DREAM HOUSE! Great location on Approx 2 acres.

Lots/land For Sale

Edgewood, Newbern, Tennessee 38059

Williams Dr Hall Minor Subdivision BUILD YOUR COUNTRY DREAM HOUSE! Great location on Approx 2 acres.

Lots/land For Sale

Forrest St, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024


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203 Reynolds Ave, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024

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    How to Deal with a Low-Ball Offer

    If you take care to price your home correctly – that is, at a price that is in line with what similar properties in the area have sold for recently – then you have a good chance of selling it at or near your asking price.
    That doesn’t mean you won’t get a low-ball offer. You might. So, what do you do when that happens?

    First, understand that the buyer may not necessarily be trying to steal away your home at a bargain-basement price. He might simply be mistaken about its true market value. Of course, he might also be coming in at a low price in the hopes he’ll get lucky.

    You will never actually know the buyer’s motives. So, it would be a mistake to get angry or dismiss the offer out-of-hand. That low-ball offer might end up being the beginning of a negotiation that results in the sale of your home at a good price.

    Your first step is to work with me to determine:

    • Whether the buyer is serious.
    • Whether the buyer is qualified. (For example, does he have a pre-approved mortgage?)
    • How amenable the buyer is to a counter-offer that reflects the true market value of your home.
    • What that counter-offer should be.

    This isn’t an easy process. It takes the knowledge and experience of a professional real estate agent like me to get it right.

    How to Decide If You Should Replace Your Windows

    One of the most prominent features of any home is the windows. If they are well maintained, they will have a positive impact on the impression potential buyers have of your property. Of course, the opposite occurs when your windows look old and worn.
    So, does that mean you should replace your windows?

    That depends on a number of factors. Window replacement can be an expensive renovation. Here are a few things to consider before making your decision.

    • Do you see water infiltration or mildew on the interior sides of any of the window sills? This means that moisture is creeping in from the outside, and you need to get those windows repaired or replaced as soon as possible.
    • If your windows are double-paned – (two panes of glass) – check for any signs of moisture in between the glass panes. Moisture indicates that the thermal seal is broken and, at a minimum, the glass will need to be replaced.
    • Take a look at your windows from the outside. Is the trim rotted or cracked anywhere? Are there dark spots or any signs of rotting on the wood frames? Repairs or replacement may be required.
    • Check the operation of your windows. Do they open and close easily? Some windows, such as those in bedrooms, are often designed to be big enough to use as an exit in case of a fire. It’s important to make sure those work properly.
    • Finally, are you happy with how your windows look? Do you feel that your property will look significantly better with new windows?

    Although they are expensive, replacing windows can have a lot of advantages. Depending on the efficiency of your current windows, replacing them could cut your energy costs by 10-20%. In addition, new windows block out more exterior noise, making your home quieter.

    Want more tips on increasing the value, and enjoyment, of your property? Call me today.

    Eco-friendly Choices for Household Floors

    Choosing new or replacement eco-friendly flooring is one of the emerging trends among house and condo owners. Eco-friendly flooring is generally identified as being made from and with more sustainable resources; materials that don’t deplete or permanently damage the environment (such as toxic laminates); or, material that is easy to reuse or recycle after its intended purpose. Here are some examples:
    Renewable/Sustainable: Bamboo and cork are popular natural resources that renew relatively quickly. It should be noted that traditional woods are also renewable, as long as they are managed through sustainable practices. Before you buy natural flooring products, ask if the harvesting methods are verified through an accredited authority.

    Repurposed/Reclaimed: Flooring made from old building structures (e.g. posts, beams, walls and planks) is a viable alternative option to grown and harvested resources. Likewise, recycled glass, plastic and rubber provide ample raw materials for creative flooring effects. Using them also reduces landfill. These products can be found through decorative flooring dealers.

    Reusable/Recyclable: When purchasing any product, whether natural, synthetic and/or manufactured, it is important to know that the product can be easily recycled when it is beyond its usefulness, without causing environmental detriment in a landfill.

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