Since the political discussions have sputtered just a little, it’s time for me to put on my Realtor hat since there have been some INCREDIBLE houses just hit the market that are HUD acquired.Â Plus one or two others that caught my attention.Â To still give access to the political thread, I’ll put a “jump” in this post so those really interested in HUD acquired properties and other homes can click to see all of them but if you’re already pretty settled you won’t have to see all of these.
FIRST a price drop for 281 Bill Stewart Blvd.Â It’s located just two houses down from the fire department and the sellers have loved it.Â When I’ve been there, there hasn’t been a lot of noise and it’s been fairly easy to get in and out of the driveway (the biggest concerns of living on Bill Stewart).Â The original price for this 1756 square foot home was $129,900 but it’s now $127,900.Â All kitchen appliances will remain!
For the condo at 5033 73rd Avenue, the price has just dropped to $82,900 for the 1280 square foot home.Â The two bedroom, two and a half bath home is in great condition.Â There is a $75 monthly HOA fee that will include outside maintenance, including exterior insurance (roof, gutters, brick, siding, etc.) which means that homeowners will only need to insure the interior of the home and belongings.Â My friend Robert Carroll has the house listed and he can be reached at our Bob Parks Realty, Smyrna office at 615-459-4040.Â Or you can also call me – same number.Â I’m pretty sure he doesn’t care who shows the home … the sellers are ready for an offer.Â (Gosh that sounded sooo much like a commercial but at least I didn’t turn the volume up and yell at you).
Okay now the jump to the HUD acquired properties but first this tease… you won’t believe the price on this house!!!
And the jump… just click down there …
This house is located at 1602 Polly Place in Chelsea Estates and is available for $100,000.Â With 1116 square feet, it has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood in the living room and tile in one of the bathrooms.Â Remember, with a HUD acquired property you don’t have to offer full price.Â You are rolling the dice and hoping you’ll be the high bidder.Â HUD initially favors owner-occupants before they open it up for bids by investors.
383 Old Nashville Highway
302 Cedar Park Circle
2 bedrooms, 1 bath, 1124 square feet
$825 needed for required FHA repairs
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1644 square feet
$1375 needed for required FHA repairs
Please remember to refer me to your family, friends, or neighbors who are moving to or from Middle Tennessee.Â I can be reached through email at kathy (at) bobparks (dot) com or phone or text 615-491-2161.Â That’s it for my real estate commercial today.