If you’re thinking about selling, this is the seminar to
attend! We’ve invited speakers with expertise in bringing out the best in your home and preparing it for the market. Mary Davis, an appraiser from C. Howard Davis
Appraisers, will be there, as well as Mary Katherine Taras of MKFT
Again, the seminar will be July 15. It begins at 6:00 and is open to the public, although we request
you call first at (901) 278-4380 to reserve a space. It
will take place here at our offices at 54 S Cooper in Memphis, and we will
serve light refreshments.
If you've lived in the home you're selling for many years, you probably know a little about it's history. I love to think of all the life that's been lived in old homes, so
One of our agents,
David Lorrison, found the perfect buyer for this intriguing home. Lorrison is quoted in the article, saying, “…to
see someone fall so in love with a home like this and be able to help him
acquire it is something I don’t think either of us will ever forget.” Our agents are so lucky to work with clients
in this beautiful and historic part of Memphis.
I think it’s obvious that they enjoy what they do.
As I’ve begun to turn my new home in Midtown into a perfect little nest, I’ve grown curious about its history and character.
Needless to say, I wanted to know more, so today I did a
little more research. I found a series
of videos, “Feng Shui Video Tips for a Better Home,” and learned about a bagua map. A bagua
map is a tool used in feng shui to map a room or an entire home in order to see
how the different sections correspond to different aspects in one's life: fame, relationships, creativity, travel,
career, inner knowledge, health, and wealth. That led to my wondering where I could get a
floor plan to my home. Since it was built in the 1920s, I guessed it might be a little hard to track down.
I did a little research online and I found this article with ideas for tracking them down, and this one, that deals more with the history of the home.
So is this the beginning of a beautiful relationship between
me and my little home? I think so. I’m going to learn it’s history, find it’s
different energy centers, and deck it out to bring in all the good energy and people that
a house needs to make it a home sweet home.
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