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What about $490,000 can buy in Sumner County


Nashville Tennessean

Published 5:01 a.m. CT Oct. 13, 2020

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BETHPAGE

206 Dry Fork Creek Road, Bethpage 37022

Year built: 1999

Square feet: 1,813

Price: $490,000

Description: Four-bedroom, three-bathroom home sits on 20.87-acre lot. Home has marble fire place, stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors, new double pane windows, master on main floor. Private guest quarters upstairs include bedroom, full bath and family room. HVAC split units are 1 and 2 years old.

206 Dry Fork Creek Road, Bethpage 37022 (Photo: Homes.com)

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GALLATIN

1034 S. Browns Lane, Gallatin

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AutoZone and Three Other Retailers to Buy for the Election

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AutoZone is on Wells Fargo analyst Zachary Fadem’s list of best ideas..


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With the presidential election just over three weeks away,

Wells Fargo

took a look at what the results could mean for the retail sector. The bank found that the best bets are in home improvement and auto parts.

Analyst Zachary Fadem noted that Democratic nominee Joe Biden, now leading in the polls, has pledged to return corporate taxes to their level before the 2017 tax cuts, at around 28%. While that might be a concern for investors, he said retailers have advantages that could help offset the pain.

If limits on state and local tax deductions are also removed, he said, many consumers may spend more. Potential new tax credits, such as for child care, could also put more money into the pockets of low- and middle-class consumers, funds they might use for

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What $1M can buy in the Nashville area

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a tree in front of a house: 1807 Tyne Blvd., Nashville 37215


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1807 Tyne Blvd., Nashville 37215

DAVIDSON

1807 Tyne Blvd, Nashville 37215

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Year built: 1974

Square feet: 3,818

Price: $1M

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Coppell man charged with scamming $17 million in PPP money to buy luxury cars and homes

Federal investigators say a Coppell man fraudulently applied for dozens of federal stimulus PPP grants and received more than $17 million that he spent buying real estate and luxury cars such as a Bentley and a Corvette.



Government prosecutors have now charged dozens of people with fraudulently receiving grants from the Payroll Protection Program.


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Government prosecutors have now charged dozens of people with fraudulently receiving grants from the Payroll Protection Program.

A coalition of federal agencies charged Dinesh Sah, 55, of Coppell, with applying for $24.8 million in PPP loans for 15 businesses that claimed to have more than 500 employees, but in fact, many of the businesses were registered after the CARES Act was passed and did not have any employees, according to court documents detailing the indictment.

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“Mr. Sah exploited this terrible pandemic for personal gain – and he should be held accountable to the American people for that behavior,” said U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox

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How you can buy a home with a low-down-payment FHA mortgage

Many people consider homeownership part of the American dream — but can’t dream of landing a traditional mortgage. That’s why FHA loans exist.

These loans that are backed by the Federal Housing Administration are popular with first-time buyers and those with lower incomes. While you might need a credit score of 620 for a conventional loan, you could be approved for an FHA loan with a score of 500. And you could be eligible for a down payment of only 3.5%.

They’re not just for new buyers, either. You can use your FHA loan to refinance your mortgage or even repair an older home.

Sound appealing? FHA loans do offer some attractive features, but they may not be right for everyone.

How do FHA loans work?

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Congress established the Federal Housing Administration in 1934 to help borrowers get a mortgage, especially those who would otherwise

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Red-hot home prices have more consumers saying now is a bad time to buy

People wait to visit a house for sale in Floral Park, Nassau County, New York.

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Anyone out hunting for a house knows that bidding wars are no longer the exception, but the rule.

Demand for housing has been unusually strong, due to the coronavirus pandemic, and supply is historically lean. That is a recipe for high prices, which are now beginning to take their toll on potential homebuyers’ confidence.

The share of buyers who say they think it’s a good time to buy fell in September, from 59% to 54%, according to a new survey from Fannie Mae.

Home values were up nearly 6% annually, according to CoreLogic, a data analytics firm. More consumers now expect those price gains to grow.

The percentage of respondents to the Fannie Mae survey who says prices will go up in the next year increased

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Red hot home prices have more consumers saying now is a bad time to buy

  • The share of buyers who say they think it’s a good time to buy fell in September, from 59% to 54%, according to a new survey from Fannie Mae.
  • More people do think now is a good time to sell a home, which is an improvement from the first months of the coronavirus pandemic, when potential sellers didn’t want shoppers in their homes and worried about the state of the overall economy.



a group of people standing in front of a building: People wait to visit a house for sale in Floral Park, Nassau County, New York.


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Demand for housing has been unusually strong, due to the coronavirus pandemic, and supply is historically lean. That is a recipe for high prices, which are now beginning to take their toll on potential homebuyers’ confidence.

The share of

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Dallas-based Invitation Homes forms new venture to buy up to $1 billion in rental homes

Dallas-based Invitation Homes, the country’s largest rental home owner, is forming a joint venture with a private equity firm to buy up to $1 billion in single-family homes in Dallas, Seattle, South Florida and a dozen other U.S. markets.

Invitation Homes, which owns 80,000 homes, announced the venture with Rockpoint Group LLC on Wednesday. The companies will initially invest $375 million, with Rockpoint putting $300 million into the buying spree.

“We believe both the fundamentals in our sector and the need for high-quality rental housing in the U.S. are as strong as they have been in our company’s history,” said a statement from Invitation Homes CEO Dallas Tanner.

Single-family home rental companies grew out of the 2008 financial crisis, with Wall Street titans like Blackstone Group Inc. investing heavily in buying up distressed properties. Blackstone launched Invitation Homes but cashed out last year, netting billions in profit.

This year, Invitation

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10 Awesome A-Frame Homes You Can Buy Right Now

Functional and beautiful, A-frame homes feature a distinctive shape that separates them from tract life.

Often found out in the country, they serve as ski chalets, vacation homes, and weekend getaways. They’ve developed quite a following among Pinterest fanatics on the hunt for cozy (and aesthetically pleasing!) dwellings.

We scoured nationwide listings and found 10 awesome A-frame houses on the market right now.

They represent everything from simple cabins to lakefront compounds for a crowd. Inside, they’re rustic, dramatic spaces filled with special nooks and crannies. Outside, their triangular peaks reach to the sky.


Take a look at this range of incredible A-frames you can buy right now.

Price: $312,500

Up-north A-frame: Overlooking Lake of the Clouds, this three-bedroom, 1,684-square-foot cabin was built in 1972.

It includes a three-season room, an outdoor porch with views, and newer appliances.

It’s a turnkey vacation property with a boat dock, whole-house generator, and

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What about $650,000 may buy in Williamson County


Nashville Tennessean

Published 5:00 a.m. CT Oct. 6, 2020

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LEIPER’S FORK

5620 Hargrove Road, Franklin, 37064

Year built: 2016

Square feet: 1,325

Price: $650,000

Description: Two separate cottage homes are attached by wrap around porches and are two minutes from village of Leiper’s Fork. With two bedrooms, two bathrooms, home is on 3.69 acres and has covered porch and a patio.  

5620 Hargrove Road, Franklin, 37064 (Photo: Homes.com)

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FRANKLIN

108 Carolyn Ave., Franklin, 37064

Year built: 1949

Square feet: 3,143

Price: $649,900

Description: Four-bedroom, four-bathroom

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