Monday, April 24, 2017 / by Shelley Jeffries
IT'S TRULY ALL IN THE DETAILS....Check out this 7 dollar design hack
to create a finished, polished look to your recess lighting plastic trim.
Take cheap white can light inserts and make them look custom. One can of Rustoleum Hammered Metal paint-read label to ensure it will cover plastic.
A ladder will be need to remove the trim piece, newspaper, two coats of paint and one hour to dry. Then reinstall.
Saturday, May 07, 2016 / by Gerald Beckham
My favorite thing about being a Realtor is helping people find the perfect home. The 2nd thing I love is finding those rare homes that are perfect for people. When I stumble upon a place that fits the needs of your clients, it puts a warm spot in my heart, it makes me giddy.
The next best thing is finding an idea for my own future home. Things I never really thought about in a home, comes clear and I think "I want that."
Yesterday I previewed this home at 1772 VP Lunn Dr, Spring Hill for $299,900. It is in the Mathis Valley subdivision and I must say, it is a beautiful home. This is one of those rarities that have land, sq ft, beauty and privacy that so many people want, but cannot find. Especially right now in Spring Hill. I know for a fact this house will not last over the weekend, it truly is too great of a home. This 3 bed / 2.5 bath home sits on 2.7 acres which is mostly flat. There is a creek that runs across ...
Wednesday, May 04, 2016 / by Gerald Beckham
Are you finding that your family is growing? Are your kids sharing a bedroom? Are you thinking about the future and what you need to do to rectify the situation? If you answered yes, then take a look at this beautiful home in Wades Grove subdivision. This is in the Summit High School, Spring Station Middle and Allendale Elementary school district in wonderful Williamson County.
Located at 3002 Sommette Drive, Spring Hill, TN, this 5 bedroom 3.5 bath/ 2905 sq ft home has everything the growing family needs.
Not only does it have 5 bedrooms, but it has a 21x14 bonus room with a 6x19 office. There is a spacious open living room/kitchen area for the family to enjoy some quality time together.
Not only do you have the master bedroom downstairs, you also have a 2nd bedroom suite downstairs with its own bathroom, perfect for the older teenager or live in extended family member. This home is currently listed at $335,000. Ha ...
Wednesday, April 13, 2016 / by Gerald Beckham
If you are buying a home, whether new or old, you will want to have a home inspection.
Home inspections help you, as the buyer, to understand the condition of the home you are about to purchase. Even if the home looks perfect, there are things that are wrong which are hidden from the naked eye.
Some sellers will have a pre-inspection on the home and this will be noted on the listing, but you will still want to have your own inspection. If a seller is uncertain of the condition of the home, they can have the pre-inspection done to help fix some of the things that are found, however, ALL inspectors are different and not all will find the same problems except the really major ones. Also, I highly recommend that you are present at the time of the inspection. This will allow you to ask questions of the inspector as they are looking over your future new home.
Inspectors will search the home top to bottom to find problems and or repairs that are needed. Someti ...