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Michael Thornton, Home Inspector - Nashville, TN area - 615.661.0297 (Complete Home Inspections, Inc.)
What better way to get to know folks to grow your business but
events.Next Thursday and every 3rd Thursday throughout
the summer, Complete Home Inspections will be
hosting, Mixing With
Bring your appetite for food, fun and
RSVP John ~ 566.2621 or myself 473.8803 so we know how many
squirrels to run over to put on the
Looking for a great Lunch in Cool Springs, TN - Try
Located in Cool Springs, TN, this is a
great restaurant. They have a simple menu featuring
Chicken. Chicken Tenders, batter dipped or grilled, Chicken
wings, a signature Chicken Sandwich, The Cajun Love Sandwich, you
will find something to delight your palette if you are looking for
Chicken. I have eaten there several times and have enjoyed it
each and every time. Prices are moderate. The service
is excellent. Be sure to arrive early as the place packs them
in for lunch. They do move the traffic through so if you do
have to wait it will not be for long.
Maniac's - 99 Seaboard
Suite 500, Brentwood,
As always, if you have any questions regarding a Home Mortgage
Loan in Franklin/Brentwood, TN please call me at 615-243-1301 or
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Larry Brewer, Nashville Real Estate (Benchmark Realty LLc)
Brentwood TN Real Estate - One of
Elizabeth’s friends had a call today from her adult son about
schools, and thought it was interesting enough that I would
share it. Several years ago he bought a house in a new development
in south Nashville (Davidson County)The neighborhood seems fine,
and the commute to his job in downtown Nashville was reasonably
short, so all was good. Next year his oldest child starts his first
year of school, so the parents decided to visit the school that
their neighborhood was zoned to attend.
Here is the conversation after the visit. “Mom - I need some
help, I can’t send my child to that school”. Mom “Why Not”. Son -
“Most of the parents looked like gang members” Mom - “Those
parents are your neighbors, If you can live a half mile away from
them, then your children will attend the same schools, go to the
same sporting events, and hang out with them after school.” Son
“Will you pay for my child to go to private school?” Mom - “NO”
What are his options?
1. Let his child attend the school, and hope for the best
2. Sell his home at a loss, and move to a better school
3. Pay for his child to attend private school - good ones are
around $10,000 or more per year
If option 2 is your choice, then you need to pay close attention
to the following chart. Schools in Williamson county are always at
the top of the charts for Tennessee, but some are better than
others. If you are going to move for education purposes, then get
the best school you can afford.
Brentwood schools are traditionally at the top
of list, but Franklin has several top schools
also, and Franklin also has the lowest rated school on this Chart.
Be careful, or just call me. I’ll make sure that you achieve your
For many years, parent have moved to Brentwood and Franklin
Tennessee to allow their children to have the best education they
can get in Public schools. I think it’s a trend that will
Larry Brewer, Nashville Real Estate (Benchmark Realty LLc)
In the Williamson county section of
the Sunday paper today, they showed all of the lists that
Williamson county or any of it's cities (Brentwood, Franklin,
Fairview, Spring Hill) were on national lists. Here is the one
that is the most important to parents in the area.
Out of approximately 27,000 U.S. public high
schools here are the best in Williamson county, and how
they rank nationally.
Some of these numbers may seem high, but this puts all of
these Williamson county schools in the top
5 percent of all schools in the country.
Other Tennessee schools on the list included
Hillsboro in Green Hills 397th
White Station in Memphis 876th
Oak Ridge 929th
Farragut in Knoxville 1079th
West in Knoxville 1091st
Dobyns-Bennett Kingsport 1289th
If you would like more information on Williamson county
real estate, click on the button, or call Larry Brewer at
615-512-7853. Schools are one of the most important factors for
resale value in a home.
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