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Your home’s front entryway has a big job. As soon as visitors cross the threshold, they’ve already begun formulating their first impressions of your home’s interior. Additionally, your home’s main entry also greets you each time you return from a long day away.

Because there are already a multitude of fantastic design ideas for traditional foyers and mudrooms, today we’re focusing on homes without a delineated entryway. We’ve seen countless homeowners struggle to create front entryway alternatives for homes, condos, apartments, and tiny houses that either don’t have entryways at all or have spaces that are not clearly defined.

If you’re dealing with how to make an atypical space feel more like an entryway, keep reading. Today on the Parks Realty

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This home will not disappoint! Resting on one flat acre, this beautiful home features amazing trim work, gorgeous hardwood floors, stunning light fixtures, exquisite wallpaper, an incredible great room with a fireplace, a chef's kitchen, tons of space, and much more.

Listed by Judy & Dick Williams

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In years past, heated flooring was a truly luxurious home feature, available in only high-end properties. In this century, though, heated floors are more affordable and reliable, and have gained popularity in every type of home. Tiny houses, apartments, single-family homes—even vans and buses—have either been designed with heated flooring or have been converted in recent years. Still, it’s not all good news when it comes to these comfort-boosting systems. Read on to learn more about some pros and cons of heated flooring.

Pros

1.) Compatible With Many Types of Flooring

Let’s first debunk the notion that heated floors can only be installed under tile or stone flooring. While these materials are excellent at conducting radiant heat, a skilled

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Buying a second home is a dream come true for many. Whether it’s a retirement home, a vacation home, or your first step toward real estate, investing in a second property is a notable achievement in your portfolio. Like a first-time home purchase, a second property requires a down payment, and many consider using their home equity as seed money for funding the investment.  

The short answer to whether you can use your home equity to buy another home is yes, you can. Let’s look at the whole process to see how this works.

Steps For Getting a Home Equity Loan To Buy Your Second Home

1.) Determine How Much You Need

Before using your equity to buy your second home, determine how much you need for the down payment and closing costs. Next,

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Elegance on Eglington | Features include a private, tree-lined backyard, soaring ceilings with wooden beams in the Great Room, two fireplaces, formal Dining Room and Den, Chef's Kitchen, media room with wet bar, built-in wine fridges and pool table, two primary suites, Friend's entrance and coffee bar which are all saturated in an abundance of natural light. The home offers two bedrooms on the main level, upgraded lighting, additional storage, covered front porch and a covered back patio, three-car garage, multiple work-from-home spaces to choose from, full laundry room and a truly functional floor plan. Nestled away in Foxen Canyon surrounded by nature while minutes from shopping, schools + interstate access. Livable Luxury.

Listed by Liz Zipperer

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Owning a home is still very much a part of the American dream. However, did you know that non-U.S. citizens can also enjoy this? While there are challenges to homeownership if you are not a citizen, know that lenders are open to extending credit to non-citizen homebuyers.

Let's look at how you can qualify for a home loan even when you are a foreigner residing in the U.S.

Residency Status

Permanent residents with green cards have a better chance of getting a loan since they represent less risk for lenders due to their immigration status, which indicates they are in the country for the long haul.

Nonpermanent residents may encounter more challenges getting approved since their ability to work in the U.S. is tied to their visa. However,

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Tennessee has a special connection to Ireland through the early waves of newcomers to this region, most of whom were English and Scots-Irish. Nashville itself was founded by two Irishmen, and recent census reports reveal that more than 10% of Tennessee residents claim Irish or Scots-Irish ancestry.

Our music and our cuisine reflect and celebrate our Irish influence, perhaps never more so than during the festivities around St. Patrick’s Day! Today, we’re bringing you our guide to the top St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Middle TN, Memphis, and one special event located six miles outside Chattanooga. 

May you have a merry week of celebration full of shamrocks, green beer, and excellent company. Sláinte!

1.) St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl
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Located in the heart of Sylvan Park, this luxury home is a rare opportunity in an unbeatable location! This three-story home spared no expense and features a private workout room, an elevator, a chef's kitchen, a private plunge pool, an immaculate primary bedroom, a third-floor entertainment room with a full bar, and large outdoor spaces off of every room in the house. Soaring ceilings with upgraded lighting and trim complement the designer finishes throughout and create a truly magnificent turn-key property. You can't beat being in walking distance to all things Sylvan Park, Richland Creek Greenway, and McCabe Golf Course.

Listed by Trevor Mitchell

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Tennessee’s history, cuisine, architecture, and hospitality are all on full display at the best historic hotels and inns in the Nashville region. Whether you’re headed to our fine state on vacation, coming to visit family, or are a local looking for a getaway not too far from home, you’re sure to love any one of the following top 10 recommendations.

The Hermitage Hotel
231 6th Ave N | Nashville

The Hermitage is a world-famous, five-star luxury destination and historic landmark. Since 1910, Nashvillians and globetrotters alike have gathered here to celebrate, discuss business, and make memories.

Today, The Hermitage blends the preservation of history seamlessly with the most luxurious, modern amenities. The guest accommodations are expansive,

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How is the market? It’s a question our agents get asked a lot, and for good reason. If you’re considering buying a new home or selling one that you already own, the market trends and predictions are important in the decision-making process. Below is our most recent market update information for Davidson, Maury, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson, Bedford, Coffee, Dekalb, Robertson, and Montgomery counties to help you make the most informed and beneficial choices possible.

 

 

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