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- LenderMortgage Investors Group Brentwood Commons II 750 Old Hickory Blvd Suite 130 Brentwood, TN 37027 www.revolutionfinancing.com Contact information Michael Hampton, Brentwood Branch Manager OFFICE: 615-777-HOME (4663) CELL: 615-812-LOAN (5626) FAX: 615-777-FAXX (3299) EMAIL: Michael.Hampton@migonline.com NMLS# 152271 TN Lic. # 434612 Send Mortgage Investors Group an email:Mortgage Investors Group Location Click for directions Their offices are located near the Target shopping center in Brentwood, TN. Just off Old Hickory Blvd and I-65, exit 74.
- ContactCONTACT INFO If you would like to set up an appointment, or just have some questions. Feel free to contact us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. REVOLUTION REAL ESTATE 1585 Mallory Lane Ste 208 Brentwood, TN 37027 PHONE: (615) 503-9745 FAX: (615) 503-9777 EMAIL: info@RevolutionNashville.com Send us an EMAILDIRECTIONS TO OUR OFFICE CLICK FOR DIRECTIONS Our offices are located behind the Best Buy shopping center in Brentwood, TN. Just off the Mallory Ln. and Moores Ln. intersection; close to I-65, exit 69.
- AboutOUR START The idea of Revolution came about in the winter of 2007. Aaron Noffsinger and Tyler Rygmyr were at a large well-known firm paying high monthly desk fees and were somewhat unfulfilled. Not only did they not enjoy the exorbitantly high fees and getting nothing in return, they felt that they did not stand for anything in-particular in the eyes of the consumer and were confident a better system could be created. With more time on their hands than usual, in light of the real estate market downturn, they decided it was time for new inspiration. In the early years of real estate, the broker had all the information and power, resulting in deep commission splits with its agents and were practically a required part of the transaction for buyers and sellers. As time went on, brokers relinquished more control and loosened their splits, and it became more about the Realtors. Different offices emerged throughout the nation offering more competitive programs for its agents, while nothing much had changed to benefit buyers and sellers. OUR MISSION With the dawn of the internet age and public real estate websites, it was glaringly obvious that the broker and Realtor could no…
Originally from Texas, Andie has been a resident of Nashville for over a decade. After acquiring a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Belmont University, she spent several successive years in the music business. Eventually, her interest in Architecture and Historic Preservation led her to a career in Real Estate. Over the last 7 years, she has been actively involved with community organization, local planning committees, and neighborhood revitalization activities in the Middle Tennessee area. During this time she has also acted as a consultant on building and renovation projects for many clients, including historic renovations, giving her extensive knowledge on structure, design, codes and regulations which can be invaluable information when purchasing a home or investment property. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, investor, or seasoned homeowner, Andie’s diverse background and ability to manage every detail of your real estate transaction makes the buying or selling process simple.
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The New York Times recently spotlighted Nashville as a city making all kinds of “tops” list in 2012. A Gallup poll ranked it in the top five regions for job growth. A national entrepreneurs’ group called it one of the best places to begin a technology start-up. And, GQ magazine declared it simply “Nowville.”
One area of mention about Nashville’s real estate market and overall economic health was described by Garrett Harper, vice president for research with the Nashville Chamber of Commerce. His comments included….”Nashville’s modest growth meant a softer fall and a quicker path out of recession. By July 2012, real estate closings were up 28 percent over the previous year. Unemployment in Davidson County, which includes Nashville, is about 5.7 percent, compared with 7.8 percent nationally, and job growth is predicted to rise by 18 percent in next five years.”
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