76 all-cash offers on one home. The housing madness shows no signs of slowing
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Buying frenzy sends prices on self-perpetuating climb
As the residential real estate market remains ablaze, a ritual for showing and selling homes has been established. The properties are listed and made active on a Friday, then are open for showings with 15-minute windows Saturday and Sunday, some with open houses Sunday so that shopper can view the frenzy firsthand.
Offers are to be submitted Sunday afternoon, and the results announced Monday.
With most homes receiving between 15 and 30 offers for tens of thousands of dollars more than list price, there are concerns with the listing agents and sellers as to whether the homes will appraise for the contract price.
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Contact Ben Lapp for more info or to schedule a showing.
So you're cruising through the listing photos and then you get to picture 12 (and beyond). Creepy, inexplicable, and hilarious.
(Thanks to Mike Shep for the heads up.)
3BR, 2BA, 2 car garage
1,652 sq ft
* 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with spacious, open floor plan
* Recent renovations include all new engineered hardwood floors throughout, kitchen appliances, and privacy fence
* All on one level in a tucked-away neighborhood with Williamson county schools
* Open concept plan with the kitchen open to the family room with a fireplace as well as a formal living room
* Move-in ready and terrific natural light
* Master suite with vaulted ceiling & full bathroom
* Separate laundry nook close to master suite - washer and dryer to remain
* 2 car garage attached with room for storage
* Enormous flat lot and great fenced-in backyard
* Bowie Nature Park is close by with 700 acres of lakes and trails as well as a treehouse playground and an education center
Can likely be shown early. Call Mike at 615-414-3270
1814 S Main Street, Hopkinsville, Kentucky
c.1880. 3306 square feet. 4 bedrooms 3 baths on 0.37 acre. $179,900! Thanks to Pete for sending this one in! Historic Eastlake style with all the ornate gingerbread details. It has all the charm of the Victorian era. Original hardwood floors. 5 fireplaces. Renovated primary bedroom and kitchen with granite countertops and custom cabinets. Added stained glass. New Appliances. Tankless water heater. Dual pane windows. Located in the Mt Pleasant historic district. Sold As Is
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — U.S homes are selling at their fastest pace in more than a decade and in greater Nashville, that’s no exception.
Nashville holds its spot as third in the U.S. for fastest-selling homes. The average Nashville home sells in just 21 days. Nationally, the average is 38 days, according to the latest RE/MAX National Housing Report.
“Everything’s gone within three days,” said April Harrington, Principal Broker and Owner of Exit Real Estate Experts. “The competition is fierce.”