How a Buyer’s Agent Can Assist a Relocation Buyer

    If you’re thinking about relocating to the Nashville area, you’re in luck. One of our great buyer’s agents did the same thing a few months ago, and she’s here to share her tips today.

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    Today we’re joined by a very special guest. Cynthia Frazier just relocated to Nashville a few months ago and is a new buyer’s agent on our team. We’re going to talk to her about her move to Nashville, as well as some tips from Cynthia herself if you’re thinking about relocating to Nashville or any other city.

    Cynthia works exclusively with buyers who are moving into the area. One of the big benefits for buyers who work with Cynthia and the other buyer’s agents on our team is their negotiation expertise. Last year alone, our team helped over 300 buyers move into Nashville and the surrounding areas. Cynthia and the other buyer’s agents on our team are Dave Ramsey-endorsed local providers.

    Additionally, a buyer’s agent like Cynthia can help you get your home for 2% or 3% less than the average purchase price. In a market like this where a lot of buyers are having to pay full price or above, our agents work hard to get our clients the best deals.

     

    It’s very important to know what your local job sources are.

     

    Cynthia just moved here from Florida a few months ago, and she has some first-hand tips for someone who is looking to make a move to a new city.

    When relocating, it’s very important to know what your local job sources are. One of the best sources is the local Chamber of Commerce. If schools are important to you, check them out on greatschools.org. The most important thing is to make sure you work with a well-known and resourceful agent when you’re buying a home, just like Cynthia.

    Some of the most popular areas in the area include Mount Juliet in Wilson County, as well as Lebanon and the Williamson County areas.

    If you’re thinking about making a move to Nashville or selling your current home and buying a new one, there’s a ton of great resources here on our website to help you figure things out. If you have any questions in the meantime, don’t hesitate to give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you.

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