sumner county realtor: To Mediate or Not to Mediate? - 10/28/10 07:18 AM
In the state of affairs we are currently in our job has never been harder.  We educate ourselves to no end on how to deliver the best customer service and how to be as knowledgeable as possible in all the different facets of real estate.  Well if you have not added this to your repertoire of things you do, you should.  Sometimes I find that agents can sometimes get in the way of  making a transaction come together.  It's not a fight over who is best or whatever it may be in the situation.  It is about the client and what their needs … (2 comments)

sumner county realtor: 4 things buyers need to know about robo-signing and the foreclosure freeze - 10/14/10 05:26 AM
I double-dog dare you to watch a TV news show or spend more than 5 minutes on the web without hearing about the massive "robo-signing" foreclosure scandal that is rapidly encompassing the biggest banks in the country.  Here are 4 things home buyers need to know about this breaking real estate news, and how it impacts them. (Hint: I threw in a couple of bonus items at the end!)1.  What is robo-signing is, and what all the fuss is about?  The phrase robo-signing refers to what we're now realizing has been a very common practice in the banks' foreclosure document processing divisions, … (0 comments)

sumner county realtor: It's an Unfortunate Situation, but a Golden Opportunity- Make it Happen!! - 10/14/10 05:07 AM
For some of you the halt in foreclosure market is not good news.  Many agents have built their business around selling REO's and foreclosures; and that is great.  Everybody needs to find their "cup of tea" and it's not a bad business in some markets. Nobody could have predicted that these major financial institutions would actually put a halt on foreclosing.  It's really not even good news for these homeowners; it just puts them in limbo.  Are they or aren't they?
For those of you who are currently on the market re-selling your home and for the agent's that represent you  this couldn't be … (2 comments)

sumner county realtor: Real Estate is Life Growth - 10/11/10 10:01 AM
I consider real estate growth much like childhood to adult growth.  We all start small not knowing what to expect, but we have good parents (hopefully) who show us and teach us the things we don't know.  As we get older we mature (hopefully,  again) and start making our own decisions because we know more about what we want, but we still need guidance and assistance with the things we don't know.
Let's look at this: as a youngster, especially these days, you decide to buy your first home.  You have no idea what to expect and most often what you want.  … (0 comments)

sumner county realtor: Get Your Buyers and Sellers Off the Fence...and Be Mindful When You Do It - 10/01/10 08:55 AM
 According to NAR, in today's economy, many factors influence the decision to buy a home - job status, financial resources, and family considerations among them. But one of the most compelling reasons to consider becoming a homeowner in the current market is the affordability factor, which will benefit today's buyers for many years to come.
To put this into perspective, a buyer who purchased a median-priced home five years ago with a FHA mortgage requiring a 3 percent down payment would have a monthly mortgage payment of $1,650.00. With today's interest rates and median home prices, that same buyer would be … (0 comments)

sumner county realtor: There Is Never a Time Where Full Disclosure Is Not Necessary - 09/30/10 07:06 AM
I can not think of a time where full disclosure is not necessary.  Agents when you do not fully disclose who you are, who you represent, any problems or concerns with a client or a home you walk a very fine line.  I think we all know this, but you wouldn't believe the amount of agents out there on a tight wire.  When did I will tell you some, but not all become ethical?  When you represent a client you should be clear with those you represent and those you don't represent where you stand in the situation and what duties … (0 comments)

Rachel McLendon Behme (Keller Williams Realty)

Rachel McLendon Behme

Hendersonville, TN

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Keller Williams Realty

Address: 100 Bluegrass Commons, ste 2100, Hendersonville, TN, 37075

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