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Residential For Sale

250 Maple Circle, Dyersburg, Tennessee 38024

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Beautiful 5 Bedroom 4.5 Bath Home with Lake frontage in Lakewood Development. The Main Level features Entry, Formal Living Room, Formal Dining Room, Great Room, Kitchen, Master Bedroom and Bath, half Bath and Laundry. Upper Level has 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths and a cedar lined 6x13 Closet. Lower Level has Large Master Bedroom and 9x13 Bath and a Recreation Room.

Residential For Sale

516 S High Street, Trenton, Tennessee 38382

Detached garageParking(s)
Colonial Style Brick Home located in an area of Historic Homes. This Home features 5 Bedrooms, 3 Full Baths, Formal Living and Dining Room, and a Large Den, for Family time. Kitchen features a Stainless Steel Refrigerator, 5 burner Gas Range with convection ovens and dishwasher and a Sunny Breakfast area. The separate Laundry Room is just off the Kitchen.

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 outbuildng in a large backyard..

Residential For Sale

515 Cedar Street, Tiptonville, Tennessee 38079

Large Mobile Home on 2 lots in Tiptonville near Reelfoot Lake area. Nice Kitchen with Island and lots of cabinets.

Lots/land For Sale

Highway 78 Highway, Tiptonville, Tennessee 38079

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    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.

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    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.
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    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.

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