I have been working with a young family for a few months and they have definitely decided that they want to purchase a Dyersburg Lakewood home.
We looked at a beautiful brick home on Oak Ridge yesterday that I thought was perfect for them. The only negative from the wife was having to carry groceries up the stairs from the basement parking. The husband and I both loved the home. It is a brick 4 bedroom 3 bath in perfect condition.
So, now I am looking for a brick one level or 2 level with parking on first ground level with at least 3000' heated and cooled area and at least 4 bedrooms and perhaps a bonus room. If you match this description and have been considering selling your Lakewood home, this just might be your chance.
Also, I showed them another home in Lakewood that I am in the process of listing that is a 5 bedroom 3 bath home on the lake. If this home was a little newer and brick then I could have sold them this one before I had it completely listed.
Call or text Mike Frazier at 731-589-7841 if you want to buy or sell a home in Lakewood.
This publication discusses listed and sold lakefront properties and lake access homes primarily in the Lakewood community in northwest Tennessee(near Dyersburg Tennessee)
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Thursday, September 01, 2011
Lakewood's Newest and Most Expensive Foreclosure
Sitting on a gorgeous 4.75 acre lot is Lakewood's newest and most expensive foreclosure. This is a 5 bedroom and 3.5 baths brick home built in 1992.
The owners that lost it paid $419,900 and it is currently accessed at $421,400.
This home sits on the main lake on a peninsula and has lots of lake frontage.
Besides the main level there is a basement and an upstairs. Currently the house is listed by Randy Lankford for $248,000. It was reduced in the last couple of days from $266,000.
The owner(bank) bid in $356,254 at the foreclosure auction at the courthouse. This amount is probable the amount that is owed to them.
Please call or text me(Mike) at 731-589-7841 to view and purchase this home.
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Labels: Dyersburg Lakewood Foreclosure
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