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Mid-Tenn Homes

--October 16, 2019-November 5, 2019

LAND & LOTS & COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES FOR LEASE OR SALE

0 Short Springs Rd :

11.93 acres in RE Lee school district.Development opportunity.$300's.

400 N Jackson St :

0.380 acres, 5000SqFt.FormerlyTullahomaTire andBrake,TirePro.$285,000

land located in theNormandyLake area.$39,500

Lots 1 Old Tullahoma-Shelbyville Hwy

Residential tractw 5.77 acres inMC--$41,180

All Creekstone Lots --priced in the 20's

1 Short Springs Rd -

ACREAGE.50 acres inTullahoma city limits.RE LeeSchoolDistrict.$935,000

6 Riley Creek Rd –

NormandyTn 6.01 acres--$72,500

1B N. Jackson –

$785,000CommercialPrime Lot.

107 Ledford Mill Rd -

OfficeBldg, $389,900, $2500NNN,Approv.3400 sqft

2120 N. Jackson St. -

OfficeBldg,$2500 Lease,High visibility, formallymedical

0 Turkey Creek Loop

2.29 acres

$18,500, Near Tims Ford Lake

0 Kings Lane:

$190's,

commercial building lot

1411 N Washington St:

$550's,

New climate controlled storage building

2228 N Jackson St:

$130,000,

commercial lot

601 Wm Northern Blvd:

$83,750,

close to airport

0 Cedar Lane-

$385-zoned R3,

high visibility-

$380's

Lots 82-83 Huffman Park-Ridgeville S/D-

$75,000

Woodbury Hwy 1.6 acres next to I024

$370's

George Court

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Prime corner lot in Blue Creek.

$27,500

310 E Lincoln -OfficeSpace$370's

205NW

AtlanticSt:Over

16,000sfwith 7600sfwarehouse-$650,000

660BibleCrossingRd:

Appr

ox120 acresw/

barn and ponds.Canbe subdivided.Call office formoredetails.

LakeHills/OvocaLakeRd:

Prime building property!3 tracts.Call office for details.

209 EMcLeanSt-Manchester-

Commercial space for Lease-$2000/month

220 EMainSt-

Manchester-historic commercial office space for Lease-$2500/month

509A/509BN JacksonSt-office space for lease

0RidgeviewRun, Lot154 1.31Acre tract inMooreCo.$34,900

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1006 Ovoca Rd

Brick home located in Briarwood

subdvision, 3 BR, 2 BA, prefinished

hardwood, tile in bathrooms and

utility room, walk in closets, patio,

stainless Whirlpool appliances.

$199's

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111 Point Cir

5BR/3.5BA: Breathtaking view of Lake

Tullahoma with an abundance of windows,

granite, hardwood, lots of crown molding,

2 fireplaces, 2 sunrooms, balcony

overlooking lake, master bedrooms on

two levels, renovated large tile shower/

sep whirlpool tub. 3 car carport, irrigation

system. Amazing lot! Must see! $420's

506 W Warren St

Maintained home ready for new

owner under $80k! 2 BR/1BA, deck,

nice back yard, walking distance to

elementary school and shopping,

updated electrical, newer roof.

$79,900

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113 Stagecoach Pass

4/5 BR/3 Full/2 Half BA w/ hardwood and

tile, custom kitchen cabinets, granite,

SS appliances, built-ins, crown molding,

wainscoting, new paint, soaring ceilings, gas

log FP, multiple bonus rooms, office w/ glass

french doors, Master w/ double trey ceiling,

tile shower, privacy fence, covered porch/

patio. $440's

207 Oak Park Dr

Renovated

4BR/3.5BA

home

in

established Oak Park Subdivision, private

wooded back yard, new LVT flooring,

refinished hardwood, fresh paint interior

and exterior, new appliances, updated

plumbing, fixtures, new switches, three

gathering areas, covered back porch,

master bedroom downstairs, 2 fireplace.

$355,000

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104 Short Springs Rd

4BR/3.5BA home on 1.59 acres fully rebuilt in

2016, everything is new! Incredible features,

exposed & vaulted wood ceilings, custom eat-in

kitchen with walk-in pantry, granite countertops

throughout, huge LR w/ wet bar, 2 natural stone

gas-log fireplaces, master suite w/ 2 walk-in

closets and spa-like bathroom! Tons of natural

light, hardwood & tile floors, walk-in closets,

office, large deck, dream backyard, extra

parking, 2 outdoor storage rooms, and golf cart

access to LGCC! $599,900

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3523 Awalt Rd

Minutes from Holiday Marina/Tims Ford

Lake/ Bluegill Grill, wonderful 4 BR brick

home with 4 +/- acres , 4 car detached

garage/workshop/full

bath/separate

rec house w/fireplace, updated kitchen

with lots of tile/cabinets/hardwood

throughout, sunroom, workshop is

currently a cabinet shop. $320's

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202 Sharondale Dr

3BR/3BA brick home with beautiful

Florida Room! Hardwood and tile flooring

throughout, gas log FP, 24x30 insulated

shop w/power, concrete drive, large lot,

above ground chlorine pool. Dimensional

shingle roof 2/12/12. HW heater 6 yrs old.

Established neighborhood. $205,000

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1915 Bel Aire Dr

Renovated with a lot of custom features.

Stainless appliances, refrigerator stays,

beautiful tiled shower, circular paved

driveway, deck, detached 2 car carport,

electric fireplace. updated flooring,

corner lot. $140's

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654 Bonner Way

Beautiful 4BR home on 2.5+

acres near Tullahoma, bamboo

flooring, inground salt water

20x40 pool, 20x24 shop,outdoor

pavil and fireplace, tiled shower,

outdoor shower, mud room with

pallet wall, rec room area, master

BR, storage in attic, barn doors,

large kitchen. $435,000

914 Leona St

New Construction with prefinished

hardwood, tile in bathrooms/utility

room, Stainless Whirlpool stove/

microwave,

patio,

measurements

approx-measure if important.

$147,000

1(: &216758&7,21

708 S Jefferson St

New

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home

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Tullahoma, stainless whirlpool

stove/mcrowave/dishwasher,

prefinished hardwood flooring, tile

in bathrooms/utility room, patio.

$149,900

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308 Crosslake Dr

one owner home located on 3/4 acre lot within

walking distance to Lake Tullahoma with full

unfinished basement. Granite countertops in

large kitchen with pantry, window seat and

custom cherry cabinets, some new flooring,

Italian tile in foyer, new CHA upstairs. Family

Room has hardwood, fireplace, built-in

bookcases and exposed beams. $260's

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107 Collinwood Dr

New construction, prefinished

hardwood, stainless Whirlpool

stove/dishwasher/microwave,

tile, patio, some fencing, double

vanities. $169,900

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1509 Clark St

Renovated 2 story home convenient

to shopping, 4 BR, 1 BA, vinyl

flooring, refrigerator, stove, deck,

home has 2 bedrooms downstairs/2

bedrooms upstairs or one room

could be a recreation room. $89,000

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325 Druid ln

Updated home in desirable Robert

E Lee school district, 3 BR, 1.5

BA, lots of tile and hardwood,

prefinished hardwood in DR and

LR, converted garage has been

made into a den for extra gathering

space, kitchen and flooring has

been remodeled. $130's

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T

he real estate market will always have

its ups and downs, butÿrealestateÿis

an

oft-protable

investment.

ÿRealÿestateÿinvestors do their investing

for various reasons. Some see a house as

a place to hang their hats for years and

years, while others look at properties as

nothing more than investments.

Buying a home with the intent to x it up

and resell it is called a “x and ip.” In

such situations, investors buy homes at

below-market prices before refurbish-

ing the homes with the goal of recoup-

ing their initial investment and then

some when the homes are ultimately put

back on the market. Flipping has become

popular for both expert remodelers and

novice investors. RealtyTrac?, the na-

tion’s leading source for comprehensive

housing data, noted in its “Year-End and

Q4 2015 U.S. Home Flipping” report that

5.5 percent of all single family home and

condo sales during the year were ipped

properties. This marked an increase from

the same time the previous year.

Investing in a xer-upper requires a

leap of faith and a vision of what the

home can look like in the future. Turn-

ing aÿrealÿestateÿlemon into lemonade

requires certain skills and a good mea-

sure of patience. The following are some

guidelines to get anyone started.

Don’t

bite off more than you can chew.

Make an honest assessment of your abili-

ties and which renovations, if any, you

can handle. If you are unskilled or inex-

perienced working with your hands, then

it can be easy for an investment property

to quickly become a money pit. Before

purchasing a property, hire a trained

home inspector to tour the home with

you and point out all of the areas that

will need renovation. With this list, begin

getting estimates on how much money

the work will entail. Determine if this ts

with your budget or not. You do not want

to invest so much that it exceeds what

you could feasibly recoup when it comes

time to sell.

Overlook

cosmetic things when visiting

properties. Cosmetic issues include all of

the easily replaceable items in a home,

such as carpeting, appliances, interior

paint colors and cabinetry. Focus on the

bones of the house - the architectural in-

tegrity and those little touches that you

envision having a “wow” factor.

Seek

the help of experts. Some flippers

think they’ll save the most money by

doing all of the work themselves. This

isn’t always the case. Professional ar-

chitects, designers and contractors may

help you save money. Contractors have

an intimate knowledge of where to buy

materials and may be able to negotiate

prices based on wholesale or trade costs.

In addition, experts can help you avoid

common pitfalls because they’ve already

done this type of work time and again.

It’s smart to rely on expert advice, even

if it means investing a little bit more.

Save

money by doing some work your-

self. While the pros may tackle the more

complex parts of a given project, such

as rewiring electricity or changing the

footprint of a home, you can still be in-

volved. Ask to participate in demolition,

such as taking down walls or removing

old materials from the home. Such par-

ticipation may be fun, and it can save

you substantial amounts of money on

labor.

Recognize

that not everything must be

completely redone. Realize that, in some

instances, a coat of paint and some new

accents may be all you need to transform

a space. For example, if kitchen cabinets

are in good condition, see if they can be

refaced or painted instead of replaced

entirely. Install new door pulls/handles

to add visual interest. Look for some

ready-made items, such as bookshelves,

instead of installing custom carpentry.

Think

about what the buyer wants and

not what you want. Renovate with an

eye toward prospective buyers’ needs.

Keep things neutral and accommodat-

ing. Research the latest trends to under-

stand what buyers might be seeking in a

home. You want potential buyers to en-

vision themselves moving right in.

Renovating a fixer-upper takes time,

but it can be a worthwhile project, and

one that can help anyone turn a profit in

a boomingÿrealÿestatemarket.

How to transform a xer-upper