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December Newsletter

Mortgage Pre-Qualification vs. Pre-Approval: What’s the Difference?

"When buying a home, cash is king, but most folks don’t have hundreds of thousands of dollars lying in the bank. Of course, that’s why obtaining a mortgage is such a crucial part of the process. And securing mortgage pre-qualification and pre-approval are important steps, assuring lenders that you’ll be able to afford payments."... Click to read more.

November Newsletter

Is Basic Home Insurance Enough?

"As you shop for home insurance and compare quotes, you should know that most insurance providers won’t give you just one quote—rather, they may offer several. This is because companies often offer different levels of insurance—like “basic” and “enhanced”—each with their own price, pros, and cons. Here are some factors to consider:"..." Click to read more.

October Newsletter

What Military Home Buyers Need to Know

"If you’re looking for a property that will provide a comfortable home and not require anything in return, a new build is your closest bet. While you can expect a kink or two, you shouldn’t expect to see any major repairs or replacements in a new home..." Click to read more.

"Hi everyone! We are so excited and honored to be a part of such an amazing magazine!

This wouldn’t have happened without our amazing customers!! We want to scream, "Thank You" from the top of the Batman building!

Check out this link to read an article about Dannielle in the Nashville Voyager Magazine!!"

"Data from the Tourism Economics report showed that direct state and local taxes generated by tourist activity totaled $27.4 million. Because of visitor spending, each household in Montgomery County pays $368 less in state and local taxes than they would to maintain the same tax base without that spending." -By Michelle Dickerson on August 30, 2022

The project has been presented as a fully walkable, live-work-play community with housing, retail, education, entertainment, and extensive greenspace.

According to the master plan submitted to the RPC by Rossview Farms, the project will include six districts: two high-density residential districts, two single-family residential districts, a “Main Street District” and a riverfront camp and recreation preserve.

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