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Rebecca Richards
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  • Latest Real Estate

    3178 259 Hwy

    Portland, TN

    • 3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • 1364 sq ft
    • $174,900

    372 N Centerpoint Rd

    Portland, TN

    • 3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • 1337 sq ft
    • $170,000
  • Recent Posts

    Two Open Houses! Sunday, August 23 in Cross Plains

    Take a look at these two great properties in Cross Plains Sunday afternoon, 1-4pm: 157 Kilgore Trace and 8474 Guthrie Road

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    Q&A: What is a short sale?

    This is one of the most common questions I get asked and the answer surprises many people.  Most assume short sale has something to do with the time it takes to buy a home but these deals often take longer than a typical transaction. In this case, “short” refers to the amount of money the […]

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    Where Do I Search for Homes Online?

    There are so many options when it comes to searching for homes online in middle Tennessee, it can be bewildering.  When you are beginning your search it is important to know about accuracy and quality when it comes to finding your next home. First, a little about the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).  Most, but not all, real […]

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    Your own Bed & Breakfast in Camden, TN

    If you’ve ever thought seriously of running a Bed and Breakfast you no doubt have faced the realities of turning a typical home into a place suitable for hosting multiple guests.  In Camden, TN you’ll find the unique opportunity to buy a like-new B&B that will allow your business to hit the ground running. The […]

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    Infographic: Existing Home Sales Down in January

    Nationwide home sales fell by amost 5% in January. Click on the graphic to enlarge.

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    Relationships and Homeowners

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    Rebecca Richards recent activity

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    Time Lapse Real Estate Service

    Thinking about becoming a real estate agent? You will want to invest in a fuel-efficient car. My Smart car consistently gets greater than 35 miles per gallon.  We decided to have some fun and attach a time-lapse camera to the car for an actual trip showing three houses to our prospective clients. This video illustrates just […]

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    Your Secrets are Safe

    Occasionally I speak to a potential client who is concerned about sharing their personal information as they enter into a real estate transaction. I am quick to point out that, as a Realtor©, my actions are governed not only by my own personal sense of obligation but also by two sets of rules. I am […]

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    How much down on that “Dirt”?

    In their latest hit, country duo Florida Georgia Line’s affection for the soil climaxes with the line “Makes you want to build a ten-percent down white picket fence house on this dirt”. These tattooed boys are singing a common refrain as a survey by the National Association of Realtors shows 85% of Americans view home ownership as an […]

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    First things first, I’m the Realtor!

    While my message is not quite as catchy as song lyrics, I try to help my clients remember that I am a full-time Realtor. I know many outstanding agents who find real estate as a rewarding part-time job (if that interests you, contact me!) However, serving my real estate clients is my full-time career.  That allows me to devote […]

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    Community Garden Projects Allow City Dwellers to Get Their Hands Dirty

    There once was a time when those who wanted to pursue gardening or farming projects had to own real estate that included some real dirt. Condo buyers got the benefit of not having to mow the lawn but also said goodbye to any hope of working the earth other than in a balcony planter. Today, […]

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    Q&A: What happens when you list my home?

    Once you have chosen me to be your Realtor I will walk you through the steps the help you realize the goal of selling your home. First, in order for me to be your designated agent to represent you we must both sign a listing agreement. This is a contract between me (the Realtor) and […]

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    Q&A: Buying a house: Where do I start?

    Buying a home, especially for first-timers, can seem bewildering.  Many people don’t know where to even start.  One of the most rewarding parts of my job as a Realtor is helping people understand the intricacies of becoming a homeowner and taking a lot of the burden off their shoulders.  Here’s some information I like to […]

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    Q&A: Why use a Realtor® when I am selling my house?

    As Realtors, we encounter many people who put a “for sale by owner” sign in their yard, also known as FSBOs.  Typically a FSBO wants to sell their home without paying a commission to a real estate agent.  At first glance, it makes perfect sense, if you don’t have to pay a commission that’s more […]

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    Q&A: What should I do BEFORE I sell my home?

    If you are ready to sell your home or even just considering a sale, your first call should be to a Realtor. Your Realtor will have all the necessary tools and knowledge to determine if it is the ideal time to sell. Sometimes, you have to sell no matter what the market dictates. It is […]

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    Infographic: Robertson County Real Estate Sales, December 2013

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