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Mid-Tenn Homes

--May 23, 2018 - June 12, 2018

LAND & LOTS & COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES FOR LEASE OR SALE

108 EWarren

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ncome producing-Great office space for smaller businesses. paved parking.

Call office for details.-

$199,900

108 E Warren St

-2000sf office space-$1100/month

0 Short Springs Rd :

11.93 acres in RE Lee school

district.Development opportunity.$300's.

Lots 1-5 - OldTullahoma-Shelbyville Rd:

5 residential tracts ranging in size from 5

acres-6.2 acres in Moore County.$45,000-$56,000.Perked with some restrictions.

107 Ledford Mill Rd.

- Office Building - $400's

sf. - semi furnished-$400's or $3000/mo.

100 Hoover Lane:

8000 sf.warehouse in prime location with loading dock on 2+ acre lot.$400's.

All Creekstone lots priced at $25,000

315 NW Atlantic St:

6000 sfavailable for Lease/$4660/month - could subdivide

603 NW Atlantic St

-Brickbuilding -2350 sf-Former dentaloffice - $150's

2284 N Jackson St:

Vacant land --1.87acres-citywater/sewer available-candivide-$170's

2288 N Jackson St:

2.52acresof undeveloped land on

N JacksonSt.City

water/seweravailable.$250's

1350CedarLane:

Approx 4600 sq ftoffice/warehouse space for lease.$1750/mo

27OldMulberryHwyNE,Mulberry,TN

CurrentPostoffice inMulberry,Tennessee $150,000

NEW CONSTRUCTION-ESTILL SPRINGS

49 Rebecca Lane

New Construction! 3BR/2BA + Bonus

Room, hardwood flooring, custom

cabinets, tile, stainless appliances, patio,

convenient to Elementary School, and

much more! $180's.

4BR/3.5BA+5.01+/-ACRES

1201 Old Shelbyville Hwy

with hardwood, crown molding, trey ceilings,

kitchen w/custom cabinets, island, SS

appliances, formal DR, LR, den w/fireplace,

office w/french doors, large master suite, large

rooms throughout, 2 car garage, detached

garage 36x40. $520's.

257 Williamsburg Circle

3BR/2BA, tile in bathrooms and utility

room, custom cabinets, hardwood flooring,

Stainless appliances, 2 car garage, STILL

TIME TO MAKE COLOR SELECTIONS!!

$140's.

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www.hartonrealty.com

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NEW CONSTRUCTION

505 Hood Drive 4BR/3BA

Great location with hardwood floors, formal

dining room, eat-in kitchen, built-ins, den w/

gas log FP, office, large rooms, lots of natural

light, extra closets and IN-LAW QUARTERS with

separate entrance, kitchen, LR/DR (1BR/1BA in

quarters). 1.2 acre corner lot. $220's

622 Davis Springs Rd

Beautiful 5 acre country setting & newly

remodeled contemporary home located

close to town, minutes from Turkey Creek

Boat Dock & Holiday Landing Marina. Many

updates including new kitchen, updated

baths, wood & tile floors, 2-patios, 2 decks,

full basement partially finished w/HVAC and

bath. 3BR/2.5BA $240's.

COMMERCIAL

603 NW Atlantic St

PRICED TO SELL! Former dental office ready

for quick sale! Many uses possible! Approx

2350 sq ft, Waiting room, reception area, exam

rooms, offices, ingress/egress in front and

back of building on a 200 x 85 lot. $140's.May

consider a lease.

NEW PRICE W/IN LAW SUITE

NEW LISTING

267 Holiday Camp Dr

2BR/1BA log home in Holiday Hills with a lot of

country charm WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE

TO HOLIDAY MARINA, Boat launch, Blue Gill

Restaurant and fishing near your front door!

Property has a 12x12 screened-in porch, and

16x24 outbuilding. $90's

WALKING DISTANCE TO TIMS FORD LAKE!

400 Normandy Road

Soaring ceilings, hardwood, granite, many

architectural details, outside kitchen, 3

fireplaces, natural creek, workshop, pond with

terrace, dozier house, open barn, hay barn. Way

too many amenities to list here! $2,495,000.

Qualified Buyers only!

EXQUISITE ESTATE~107 ACRES

915 Normandy Road

4BR/2.5BA on 3.85 acres with spectacular

views! Updates include fresh paint, new

hardwood, new kitchen appliances and

custom cabinets, lighting and new tile.

Basement is partially finished and could easily

add more living space. $380's

4BR/2.5BA ON 3.85 ACRES

PLEASE VISIT US AT

WWW.WEICHERTJOEORR.COM

TO VIEW ALL OF OUR LISTINGS

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How to transform

a fixer-upper

T

he real estate market will always

have its ups and downs, but real

estate is an oft-protable invest-

ment. Real estate investors do their in-

vesting 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 invest-

ments.

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 recouping

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 a real estate lemon 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 abilities and which renovations,

if any, you can handle. If you are un-

skilled or inexperienced 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 howmuch

money the work will entail. Determine if

this ts with your budget or not. You do

not want to invest somuch that it exceeds

what you could feasibly recoup when it

comes time to sell.

•Overlook cosmetic things when vis-

iting properties. Cosmetic issues include

all of the easily replaceable items in a

home, such as carpeting, appliances, in-

terior paint colors and cabinetry. Focus

on the bones of the house - the architec-

tural integrity and those little touches

that you envision having a “wow” factor.

•Seek the help of experts. Some ip-

pers 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

yourself. 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

involved. Ask to participate in demoli-

tion, such as taking down walls or remov-

ing old materials from the home. Such

participation may be fun, and it can save

you substantial amounts of money on la-

bor.

• 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 trans-

forma space. For example, if kitchen cab-

inets 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 accommodating.

Research the latest trends to understand

what buyers might be seeking in a home.

You want potential buyers to envision

themselves moving right in.

Renovating a xer-upper takes time,

but it can be a worthwhile project, and

one that can help anyone turn a prot in

a booming real estate market.