Save The Nashville Homebuyer Public Service Announcement

Dated: 02/14/2014

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Hi Nashville. 


How are you? 


Staying warm in your wonderful homes and comforted by the heat of Nashville's incredible seller's market? 


We sincerely hope you are. We encourage those of you who are thinking of selling your home to consider our well-qualified, good-hearted, and eager home buyers. Our team is searching for the following homes and neighborhoods.

If you or someone you know is looking to sell or make a move, we ask that you call us now.

Agents are standing by!


- East Nashville homes under $320,000 with room for a workshop. When we say East Nashville, we mean the East Side of Nashville, and will consider 37206, 37216, and 37207. Got a charming home? Does it even need some work that you've been meaning to get to? No worries, this young couple is ready to go, armed with 20% down, a fully loaded Home Depot card, and a full Pinterest board full of ideas. Got something unique in Wedgewood/Houston area, or SOHO as it is so artfully called? We'll look there too.


- OK, 12 South, we are looking at you! We have flagged you down, made our advances, and are about to go all John Cusack and Say Anything on you, so listen up! We need a great home, old and updated (or if you prefer, Vintage and Artisan Restored), or brand new. This lovely couple has been left out in the Nashville cold, with only their 20% down and ability to close quickly to keep them warm. If you are looking to sell your home to the tune of around $400,000, call us. Temps are warming, but please, call before rates go up.

- Inglewood, Inglewood, Inglewood....why so Diva? We have courted you for months, and all we ask is for a fixer-upper to the tune of $125,000. Is that too much to ask? This young couple has stars in their eyes for their first home, and have DVR'd every episode of Property Brothers, that I just might start talking with a Canadian accent and calling master baths "on-suites"...No one wants that. Give us a chance 37216, you won't regret it.

- Hey multi-family and commercial property owners, what's the deal? Why won't you part with your unused space in East Nashville? Forget the sister wive craze you're waiting for, if you have a spot that allows for a hotel, multi unit space, give us a shout. You will be paying it forward and housing many Nashville visitors. CMA Fest thanks you in advance for your generosity.


We have many more, but these are our most serious buyers and situations. We turn to you, Nashville. Can you find it in your hearts to help us, these pre-approved home buyers, and to help your financial future? By selling in this, the hottest of Nashville's sellers markets, you too can find financial freedom. And don't worry about your next home.......We are standing by to help you with that.

Every home helps.


-TJ Anderson

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TJ Anderson

TJ Anderson is a Nashville Realtor with Benchmark Realty who's helped countless clients both buy a home and sell a home in Nashville, Tennessee. He blogs about Nashville regularly, from Nashville-area....

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