Pricing your home in the Nashville TN area.

Not Sure How to Price Your Home? Use These Expert Strategies to Hit the Sweet Spot

Pricing your home based on data, not emotion, can mean a swift sale.

You don’t need to be Bob Barker to know when the price just isn’t right. Just ask Candace Talmadge. She originally listed her Lancaster, Texas, home for $129,000, but “eventually had to accept the market reality” and chop $4,000 off the price.

The home’s location proved challenging: Buyers were either turned off by the area — a lower-income neighborhood south of Dallas — or unable to afford the home.

“Sellers have to keep in mind the location,” says Talmadge. “Who are going to be the likely buyers?”

Home pricing is more of a science than an art, but many homeowners price with their heartstrings instead of cold, hard data. Here’s why crunching the numbers is always the better route to an accurate home price — as well as what can happen when home sellers overlook those all important data points.

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Olive & Sinclair Move to New Location

Olive & Sinclair Move to New Location | Nashville News

Popular and local Nashville chocolatier Olive & Sinclair will open doors to its new retail and factory space in East Nashville today!

This new location, located at 1628 Fatherland St. in East Nashville, will provide guests the opportunity to catch a glimpse of the ‘behind the scenes’ of the local business.

The company loves to include vintage decor and items to their retail shops, including vintage chocolate decor. The space will also include memorabilia and special samples. At today’s soft opening, guests can sip on their special Mexican-style hot chocolate.

Still to come, the shop will launch a new product called chocuterie, consisting of “chocolate salami, pates, our own version of rillettes, all made out of chocolate,” according to the shop owner Scott Witherow.

While factory tours are still yet to come, the shop is now often to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.

For more information, visit the website at

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