You'll make a lot of decisions when you're hunting for a new home, from the number of bedrooms and bathrooms you need to the preferred school district and the size of the property, inside and out.
One of the broader — but defining — decisions you'll make: whether you're willing to put some work into a space, or a totally done, move-in ready home is more in line with what you need.
On the fence about whether something with fixer-upper qualities could work for you? I put together a quick quiz with questions that should lead you toward an answer — or at least get you thinking about some of the questions it's worth asking yourself. Take a stroll through the quiz below.
So how'd you do? Thinking about a fixer, or more on the already-fixed side of things?
by TJ AndersonWhen the news came through in April that East Nashville
"T.J. was the perfect agent for my wife and I. He was highly communicative without being over bearing, and was good at listening to our interests and concerns. He was responsive to our needs, and patient and helpful in guiding us through the whole home selling process. T.J. is highly professional all-around, in his appearance, his actions and his words. I would recommend him without question."