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I was told today the cabinets should be ready for delivery on October 2nd. I hope! This has been the best experience so far. We have great neighbors and attended the neighborhood party this past weekend. We met so many people with kids, young and old. They are all so nice. Peter even went and played cards with a group of the guys the night after the party. We owe it all to you. Thank you for doing everything you did to get us this house. Will still says, "That's my new house" every time we pull into the driveway. He loves that he can ride his "BIG Truck" all over the front yard and on the side walks without us having to yell at him to stop and turn around all the time. We really couldn't be happier.
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I want to say a major "thank you" for all your help and guidance in the sales process of my home in Franklin. You have always been informed, professional, quick to follow up on requests and questions, and very helpful in the development and presentation of marketing materials and listing information that led to multiple showings and offers. Your professional experience was a key factor in my selection of you as my agent, and I was very fortunate to work with you. Again, thank you for all your service and I would highly recommend you to future, potential clients.
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Welcome to the Mike Conrad Realty website.
Serving Cool Springs TN, Franklin TN, Brentwood TN, Spring Hill TN, Green Hills TN, Belle Meade TN, Nashville TN and Surrounding Communities in Williamson County TN, Metro Nashville TN and Davidson County TN.
By Mike Conrad
Here you will find a wide variety of useful information and resources designed to help you buy or sell a home more effectively in the Brentwood TN, Franklin TN, Spring Hill TN, Nashville TN areas. From information on the local community, to advice about finding a mortgage or preparing your home to sell, it's all available here on my web site. My goal is to be of valuable service to you. Our company motto is "Business Professionals with a Passion for Real Estate". Whether you want to buy or sell a luxury home, condo, modestly priced home, middle income home, investment property or something unique to you, I can help. I want to earn not only your repeat business, but your referral as well. When you hear of a friend, relative, colleague or even casual acquaintance wanting to move to Middle Tennessee including Brentwood, Franklin, Spring Hill, Green Hills, Belle Meade or Nashville you will think of me, your Middle Tennessee, Williamson and Davidson County real estate expert.
You can also search for your ideal home by viewing current listings with detailed descriptions and photos. Or you can get help determining the value of your home by requesting a report that includes the prices of similar homes that recently sold or are currently for sale in the Brentwood, Franklin, Spring Hill, Nashville areas. You can also request information for other parts of Williamson, and Davidson counties and most of Middle Tennessee.
We also represent a number of short sale homes. The short sale property along with pre-foreclosures and foreclosures can present great opportunities for the right buyer or investor. Look under my Listings Tab to see some of these homes. If you think a short sale, pre-foreclosure or foreclosed home might be of interest please contact me at 615.429.6785 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My website also has numerous helpful links. Links to the left can help you with local government for Williamson, Davidson, Sumner, Rutherford, Maury and Wilson counties. City government links are also available for Brentwood TN, Franklin TN, Spring Hill TN, Nolensville TN and Nashville TN.
School information is also available under the School Info link. Click there and do a general search for school scores or ask for a specific learning institution and that school report will be provided. There is a special link to Williamson County Schools.
Community reports are available by clicking on the Community Info tab above. Demographic, educational, income and other reports are available for Nashville TN, Franklin TN, Brentwood TN, Nolensville TN, Gallatin TN, Spring Hill TN and other surrounding communities.
Relocating to Middle Tennessee? Nashville TN? Brentwood TN? Franklin TN? We are an accredited Relocation Brokerage. I am an Accredited Buyers Representative and have helped a number of corporate clients with both buying and selling homes. I can work with all the major relocation companies such as Sirva, Primacy, Prudential Relocation, Cartus and others. Our major employers in Middle Tennessee include Nissan North America, HCA, Bridgestone, Dell, Verizon Wireless, AT&T, MARS, Healthways, Vanderbilt Hospital, Baptist Hospital and Vanderbilt University. I have provided links to a number of these companies as well. Most of these have offices and major facilities in Brentwood, Franklin, Nashville and the surrounding areas.
So whether you're buying or selling in Brentwood TN, Franklin TN, Spring Hill TN, Nashville TN, Davidson county, Williamson county or Middle Tennessee, feel free to contact me and I will be happy to help you with all your real estate needs.
by Mike Conrad
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has
agreed to rehear the case that challenged the constitutionality of the
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) leadership structure. The
full 12-just court will hear the case on May 24. Last October, a
three-judge panel heard the case which resulted in the erasure of $109
million in penalties enacted by the CFPB against housing lenders. A
two-judge majority on that panel went one step further in declaring the
single-director CFPB leadership system created a position with too much
authority and little accountability. The October ruling took greater
prominence after Donald Trump’s election, with many Capitol Hill
Republicans demanding that the new president fire Cordray. However, to
date the White House has given the CFPB director’s fate a low priority
and has declined to state what its plans were for the bureau. Source: Bloomberg
landscape of the lending market has shifted dramatically over the past
few years from domination by big banks to a market where more loans are
made by non-banks — financial institutions that only make loans and do
not offer deposit accounts such as a savings account or checking
account. “For consumers, it doesn’t really matter whether you get your
loan through a bank or a non-bank, although in some ways non-banks are a
little more nimble and can offer more loan products,” says Paul Noring,
a managing director of the financial-risk-management practice of
Navigant Consulting in Washington. In 2011, 50 percent of all new
mortgage money was loaned by the three biggest banks in the nation. But
by September 2016, the share of loans by these three big banks dropped
to 21 percent. At the same time, six of the top 10 largest lenders by
volume were non-banks, compared with just two of the top 10 in 2011. The
withdrawal of banks from the residential lending business is the result
of the fundamental shift in regulations that took place in response to
the housing crisis, says Meg Burns, managing director of the Collingwood
Group, an adviser for financial services companies in Washington. “The
regulatory atmosphere changed from a risk-management regime to a
zero-tolerance and 100-percent-compliance regime,” Burns says. “Not only
were new regulations implemented, but new regulators like the Consumer
Financial Protection Bureau were created. At the same time, the CFPB and
other agencies became more assertive in their enforcement practices.” Source: The Washington Post
Mae closed 2016 with an annual net income of $12.3 billion and an
annual comprehensive income of $11.7 billion plus a positive net worth
of $6.1 billion, according to a filing by the government-sponsored
enterprise. For the fourth quarter of 2016, Fannie Mae reported net
income of $5 billion and comprehensive income of $4.9 billion. Fannie
Mae also reported paying $9.6 billion in dividends to the Department of
the Treasury last year, and it expects to pay the Treasury $5.5 billion
in dividends next month. Within its business segments, Fannie Mae’s
single-family net income was $4.5 billion in the fourth quarter, up from
$2.7 billion in the third quarter, and $10.2 billion for 2016, up from
$8.6 billion in 2015. On the multifamily side, net income was $548
million in the fourth quarter, up from $539 million in the third
quarter, but multifamily net income for 2016 was $2.1 billion, down from
$2.3 billion in 2015. Fannie Mae explained the decline as being “driven
primarily by lower fee and other income, gains from partnership
investments and credit-related income, partially offset by higher net
interest income and lower fair value losses.” “Our strong 2016 results
reflect a multi-year drive to improve Fannie Mae’s business model,
strengthen the housing finance system, and deliver innovation and
certainty to customers,” said Timothy J. Mayopoulos, president and CEO
at Fannie Mae. Source: National Mortgage Professional
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