Life as a Realtor in the Volunteer State...

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Isn't it funny how every seller thinks there house is better than the one down the street? I guess it's the same feeling we all get when we are watching our kids perform or play sports. Our kids are the cutest, most talented and deserve more of the spotlight or playing time! If there was a fool p...
Posted almost 3 years ago
I'm about to order new signs and was thinking of adding a QR code. No one I know in my area is using them yet and as much as I would like to use this as a "Value Added Proposition" for using me to be your agent and my tech savviness...I also want to know the effectiveness of using and tracking QR...
Posted about 3 years ago
Well, we are in the Northern Nashville area of Sumner County and enjoying the Winter Wonderland. The only hard part of being in Real Estate with 3 young boys in the South is when it snows...they are out of school for three days! I'm addicted to HGTV which was my first job as a production manager ...
Posted over 3 years ago
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We know TN is the Volunteer State so maybe that's why my roots are deep in this area. I have the tendency to over-volunteer. Right now I'm trying to build my business, work on my real estate transactions, line up vendor booths for the Hendersonville Christmas Parade, get corporate sponsors for Jack Anderson Elementary School Carnival, support local charities and honestly I'm a little relieved my year of teaching 4 yr old's on Sunday mornings is now over. Did I mention I have 3 boys under the age of 8? I am thankful for all the relationships I've made over the years of being room mom and this and that...many of these connections have become clients which resulted in transactions...which has allowed me to pay for my family's Disney World trip coming up this Fall. The joy on my boys' faces will be worth all the ideas and business swarming in my head like a wind storm most days. I guess the bottom line is...Do what you love...give what you can...live to the fullest. Hendersonville was named as one of the top 10 cities in the United States for families in 2009. The Sumner County community made Family Circle Magazine's top 10 list. Cities were chosen based on affordable housing, good neighbors, green spaces and great public schools. The list examined cities with affordable housing, green space and schools. The magazine noted Hendersonville's friendly residents - who tend to look out for each other. "There is a neighborly affection in Hendersonville where we all look out for one another. We work for the common good and take tremendous pride in the city we all love," said Don Long, Director of Economic and Community Development.