Real Estate Market In Spring Hill, Tennessee Makes A Home Seller Go Crazy

Real Estate Market In Spring Hill, Tennessee Makes A Home Seller Go Crazy
SPRING HILL, TN., Few people would argue with a homeowner trying to sell in the current real estate market that it's enough to drive even the most sane person a little crazy. In Spring Hill, Tennessee - a community that's home to an idle General Motors auto plant - home sales are especially slow and sellers grow more anxious by the day. Crye-Leike, REALTORS agent Trish Butler realized recently she needed to do something a bit drastic if she was going to help one of her current sellers in Spring Hill - really stand out in the crowd. "I came up with the idea of having a Crazy Offer Day," said Trish. "My client has relocated for his job to Pennsylvania and hasn't had a ?workable' offer on the house - which has been on the market now for quite some time." Trish says the current sales price has been reduced to less than what the home was purchased for two and a half years ago. And with a backdrop of growing economic uncertainty, unemployment and an idle car plant a ?Crazy Offer Day" actually sounds like a pretty reasonable approach. "When GM announced the plant's idle status, showings came to an abrupt halt," said Trish. "All we're looking for is a workable offer." The Crazy Offer Day is set for Sunday, October 11, 2009 - with a preview day on Saturday the 10th. The buyer must be pre-qualified with a ?reputable lender' and sign ?relocation addendums.' "This would be a great home for a first time homebuyer," said Trish. "And if that's the case the clock is ticking since the buyer would need to close no later than Monday, November 30, 2009 in order to qualify for the $8,000 first time homebuyer tax credit." The home, located at 1184 Cynthia Lane in Spring Hill, Tennessee, has been on the market for ten months and the original list price of $254,500 has been reduced to $249,500.

SPRING HILL, TN., Few people would argue with a homeowner trying to sell in the current real estate market that it’s enough to drive even the most sane person a little crazy.  In Spring Hill, Tennessee – a community that’s home to an idle General Motors auto plant – home sales are especially slow and sellers grow more anxious by the day.

 

Crye-Leike, REALTORS agent Trish Butler realized recently she needed to do something a bit drastic if she was going to help one of her current sellers in Spring Hill – really stand out in the crowd.

 

“I came up with the idea of having a Crazy Offer Day,” said Trish.  “My client has relocated for his job to Pennsylvania and hasn’t had a ?workable’ offer on the house – which has been on the market now for quite some time.”

 

Trish says the current sales price has been reduced to less than what the home was purchased for two and a half years ago.  And with a backdrop of growing economic uncertainty, unemployment and an idle car plant a ?Crazy Offer Day” actually sounds like a pretty reasonable approach.

 

“When GM announced the plant’s idle status, showings came to an abrupt halt,” said Trish.  “All we’re looking for is a workable offer.”

 

The Crazy Offer Day is set for Sunday, October 11, 2009 – with a preview day on Saturday the 10th.  The buyer must be pre-qualified with a ?reputable lender’ and sign ?relocation addendums.’

 

“This would be a great home for a first time homebuyer,” said Trish. “And if that’s the case the clock is ticking since the buyer would need to close no later than Monday, November 30, 2009 in order to qualify for the $8,000 first time homebuyer tax credit.”

 

The home, located at 1184 Cynthia Lane in Spring Hill, Tennessee, has been on the market for ten months and the original list price of $254,500 has been reduced to $249,500.  The seller will entertain all reasonable offers “crazy or not”.

 

More About Realtor Trish Butler

Realtor Trish Butler is a licensed Affiliate Broker in Tennessee assisting buyers and sellers in and around Spring Hill, Maury and Williamson counties.  She specializes in all types of residential real estate sales with a focus on first time homebuyer, relocation and new construction.

 

Trish is a REALTOR Institute Graduate (GRI) Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR) A top 125 Crye-Leike Associate in Middle Tennessee and Crye-Leike Multi Million Dollar Club member.  She is a member of the Williamson County Association of Realtors (WCAR) and National Association of Realtors (NAR). Trish is based out of the company’s Franklin/Cool Springs branch office located at 206 Cool Springs Blvd.

 

For all your real estate needs and personal referrals you can contact Crye-Leike, REALTORS Affiliate Broker Trish Butler directly by phone at 615-812-9914 and 615-771-6620 ext. 1113, email trish@trishbutler.com and you can find her on the web at http://www.trishbutler.com.

 

About Crye-Leike, REALTORS

Harold Crye and Dick Leike established Crye-Leike, REALTORS in 1977.  Today, Crye-Leike?, the nations 6th largest real estate company, has a network of more than 3,000 licensed sales associates based out of more than 120 corporate and franchise offices located through-out the nine-state southern region of Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina and Oklahoma.

 

Crye-Leike is a full-service real estate company offering buyers and sellers services in: residential sales, mortgage, title, insurance, business brokerage and investments, property management, development and construction, builder resources, REO bank-owned properties, relocation, auctions, and home services.  In 2008, Crye-Leike attained a sales volume in excess of $4.2 billion with 25,871 homes sold.