We frequently get questions from clients who are taking on decorating and remodeling projects and want to ensure their dollars are invested wisely. Which looks will last for years to come, and which ones will feel dated quickly? What colors and styles are most popular among buyers in our area? How can I add […]
Take a look at this new magazine published and distributed by Williamson, Inc. There’s a lot of new information about our community!
Money Magazine and Realtor.com have compiled the list of the Best Places to Live in the United States. Franklin is number 4 on the list! The article cites all the things we already know and love about Franklin. Friendly people, low taxes, great schools, great music, beautiful downtown, and job growth and creation Here […]
Don’t let the rain keep you inside! Look at what’s going on in Franklin SEPTEMBER 11 – MONDAY Barnes & Noble: Storytime 10AM Bunganut Pig: Mark Mulch Writers Night 6PM Craft Love: Women, Wine, and Wood 6PM Franklin on Foot: Franklin Food Tour & Ghost Tour (615-400-3808 for reservations) Franklin Police Headquarters: 9/11 Memorial Ceremony […]
One of the largest cities in the state of Tennessee, Franklin has no shortage of interesting things to do. Interested in the history of the area? Visited one of the historical museums. Take it a bit of live music and spend an evening with friends or family. Set aside a Saturday afternoon and explore the […]
More than 77 percent of people own a smartphone.1 The average person checks it 46 times a day, with people under the age of 24 checking it an average of 74 times a day.1 We check it while we’re waiting in line and during our down time, whether we’re scrolling through social media, reading emails […]
Wealth is within reach for many people; however, according to a recent study, 63 percent of Americans said it’s not likely they’ll become rich.1 While younger people are more likely to say they’ll achieve wealth one day, only 34 percent of people aged 30 to 49 and 21 percent of people aged 50 or older […]
What is Home Equity? Home equity seems to be a very simple calculation — the total amount of mortgages owed subtracted from the current market value of a home. Here is a simple example: Current Home Market Value $325,000 Existing Mortgage $225,000 Homeowner Equity $100,000 One side of the equation is well defined, and it […]