Marnie Hendley is absolutely the BEST the Nashville area has to offer. She is attentive to her clients needs and goes above and beyond to satify them. I have personally recommended her to 3 people that I work with who will be looking for homes in the near future. Marnie is a true gem and Nashville is lucky to have her and we were extremely lucky to have found her. She helped us get the home of our dreams.Terri SwannMarnie did a great job finding me a home I love! She helped me through the whole process, and kept me up to date on all the important details I needed to know, and handled the negotiations with the seller's agent getting me a better deal than I knew I could get :)Michelle MahoneyMarnie won my approval and choice by being the most on time and up to date, knowledgeable Realtor I had dealt with. She was always easy to reach, at hand and met all my needs with professionalism beyond my expectations. I needed to move fast and effeciently and Marnie did more than that. She made it actually tolerable and easier than I thought it would be. Marnie impressed me most with her up to date knowledge and interactions with others needed to do the housing change business. She knew the history of each property at hand, each time we reviewed a property. She connected me with multiple entities to get all my needs met to move into a new state.She certainly made the entire experience much easier. I have already referred a friend to Marnie and would do that repeatedly with others due to her individualism and expertese. She was the ultimate in professional, business and then ultimately good freindship. I am so very grateful for her.Elizabeth KiefferI have known Marnie personally for over 10 years and professionally for the last six. I chose Marnie to be my trusted Agent because of her expertise in the Middle TN market, her relentless pursuit for perfection, and her commitment to providing exceptional service while aggressively negotiating for the best terms. As a first-time home buyer, Marnie patiently explained the process, what to look for in a potential investment, and introduced me to her team of bankers, appraisers, and inspectors. I will definitely use Marnie for my next investment and recommend her to anyone looking for a professional Agent.Cory MathisMarnie was an excellent realtor! She listened to me and only showed me homes that were within my specified price range and matched my specifications. Marnie was very thorough and went thru the home buying process step-by-step. She was extremely knowledgeable about all the different areas of Nashville. I would definitely recommend Marnie to anyone looking to buy a home in middle Tenn.Stephen CaronMarnie exhibits the knowledge & professionalism that is needed in the real estate industry. Whether a buyer or seller Marnie goes above & beyond to put the customer @ easy & make transitions as comfortable as possible. When it comes to buying or selling a home Marnie will exhibit her best & that is why I give her the highest recommendations possibleMonica R. VeitMarnie is the best! She was very patient as my husband and I looked at a variety of houses. She was very attentive to what our needs and wants were and made sure we looked at houses that had those things and yet were still in budget. Even though we thought we wanted an older home she convinced us to look at a one under new construction, we feel in love immediately! By the end of that week had made an offer and well on our way to owning our new home. Marnie definitely knows her facts when it comes to house buying and I always felt she was looking out for our best interest. I would recommend Marnie to anyone looking to buy a house, where you are new to the housing market or a seasoned veteran ... she is the best! Thank you for helping us find our HOME!Julie and Jason HeadMarnie is one of the best agents I have ever had the pleasure to work with. She is professional and goes above and beyond for her clients. I represent a homebuilder so I can not represent buyers/sellers...I refer all of them to Marnie because I know I don't have to worry about how they will be treated. I know all of their needs will be met. I highly recommend Marnie to anyone looking to buy or sell a home.Susansloanymail.comSo even though I still have a condo for sale in Dallas (holla if you want to buy it!), I decided to go ahead and look for a place here. For one, my current apartment has literally no storage and for two, buying is cheaper than renting. Sooo I called up my girl Marnie Hendley at Exit Realty of the South to start looking for houses. I had already told her exactly what I liked - townhouses, particularly upstairs bedroom setups. She also knew I really wanted a garage (after that unfortunate incident where my car was totaled after a tree fell on it, who could blame me?). She also knew I'm not a suburb type girl so no outskirts of town for me! Within days we were set up for a full day of condo and house shopping! We tooled around Sylvan Park, Green Hills, 12 South, and in between looking for just the right place. Even when it was bad it was still fun to see places and imagine what you could do with it! We went three separate times and I finally narrowed it to three townhouses, one of which I had been in love with since the very first day. I mean, I was already surfing the net for sunroom furniture so I knew it. Once I decided to make an offer it turns out someone else was making an offer on the same day. Marnie came over to my house to write the offer, we worked on figuring out the best offer to make - one that wasn't too high but was going to be better than the other one - and walked me through the entire thing. This was all at 6PM at night too so she's not scared to work late hours to get stuff done. Thanks to her smart thinking regarding the offer I ended up with my dream townhouse for a fair price and even managed to work out getting electrical stuff fixed and some gift cards to Lowe's to repair some other minor items. Now I have a townhouse with a 2 car garage, a den and living room, a SUNROOM, 3 bedrooms, and even an attic. Plus let's not forget the party room in the basement!!! I also have a new disco ball as a special closing present from her to add to my apparently growing collection!! I know who will be the first person invited to my first party! If you are looking for a house in Nashville or surrounding areas you should really give Marnie a call. She sells houses all over the area and was even voted BEST OF in the Nashville Scene. Pretty pimp no?Nickie GreerMarnie is outstanding in all the ways that you would hope for in an agent: Responsive, knowledgeable, efficient, and so forth. She also possess several skills that I did not expect: - Anticipation: Marnie made understanding my goals her focus, and as a result allowed me to use my time wisely. - Instincts: Marnie steered me away from several seemingly ideal choices that would have been poor decisions. - Identifying options: This is where she most clearly proves her value. She suggested several ideas and possibilities that turned out to be beneficial to myself and the sellers. I doubt there are many agents who would have remained focus after it was obvious a contract would be signed. Marnie has my strongest possible endorsement, as well as my future business.Dan HoodI am considering turning around and reselling my house just so I can work with her again. It was that amazing!ConnorMy fiance and I chose to work with Marnie because she was rated highly on Homes.com and other websites, and we are pleased to say that she exceeded our expectations and was an absolute pleasure to work with. We were first time home buyers, and even though we were fairly well informed and organized, Marnie asked the right questions and got the right discussions going, without treating us like just another client. Our whole process was a little rushed because of the April 30 deadline for the tax credit, but Marnie made time for us, often on weekends, where other agents we considered would definitely not have. In fact, when we were not satisfied with the response time we were getting from our bank, Marnie suggested other loan officers in the area that she knew we could count on to work with us quickly (we went with one of them in the end, and we are glad we did). What impressed me most about Marnie was that she had the flexibility to work with us on weekends and at odd hours, communicate via text message and e-mail via mobile/blackberry, etc--but she could do all this for us (and presumably many other clients at the same time) and never lose her credibility, class, or smile. I would most certainly recommend Marnie to a friend, or anyone looking for a very professional agent that doesn't take herself too seriously. Buying a house (especially a first house) can be a really stressful experience, and someone like Marnie can make it that much easier by knowing her stuff, being honest, friendly, and direct with you, and never compromising on quality of service.Kevin M. Phelan
Answers (25)Displaying: 25 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: Feb 11, 2013It appears that the sellers are in the process of having it surveyed and perk tested, which would lead me to believe that the price of $495,000 is based mostly on the value of the land and not the small outdated home or old barn. If you are interested in building a home, waiting to see what happens with the percolation test which will tell how many bedrooms would be able to be built. If you have any other questions feel free to contact me via the above links. Thanks, MarnieAnswered: Feb 2, 2013As a general rule f thumb the answer would be yes. To ensure that you are comfortable with the Covenants and Restrictions for a particular neighborhood request a copy prior to submitting an offer or make your offer contingent upon a satisfactory review.Answered: Jan 21, 2013This question is not showing an address. If you can provide that we can take a look at the current tax record. Thanks, Marnie HendleyAnswered: Apr 4, 2012It all depends on your point of view. Many out of state buyers find that Nashville area taxes are exponentially lower than what they are used to paying. However, if you have been living in a more rural area of Tennessee, you may feel that the taxes in Nashville are high. Davidson County does tend to be higher than some surrounding areas.Answered: Feb 29, 2012Hi your question did not come up....only a link.Answered: Feb 29, 2012Are you looking to buy or to rent? If you are buying please click the contact me button above and I will be glad to help you find a home that fits your criteria.Answered: Feb 29, 2012Are you looking for a home to buy or to rent? If you are looking to buy please feel free to use the contact me button above and I will be glad to help you in your search. Happy house hunting!Answered: Feb 27, 2012What price range and other specifications do you need for the house? Also, what areas most interest you? I would be glad to have an initial consultation either via phone or in my office to help you find the right property. Simply contact me via the button above. Thanks, Marnie HendleyAnswered: Feb 25, 2012When will you be relocating? You may need to interview several agents to find one that meshes well with you and who you deem to be the most knowledgeable. I recommend calling a few that you have found on this or other sites as a good starting point. Good luck with your house hunt!Answered: Feb 25, 2012You may need to contact the site directly, or contact your Real Estate agent. Most of the information on this site is pulled directly from the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) so your information may be incorrect there as well.Answered: Feb 25, 2012Have you checked craigslist? It seems to be a good rental resource. Just be careful about entering any personal information on line.Answered: Feb 25, 2012In answer to: please take the listings off that have contracts on themYou may need to contact the site directly about this issue. For the most part this site pulls the information they have directly from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) and homes that have a contingency contract will still show up as active. These contingencies vary from financing to sale of another home to inspection contingencies.Answered: Feb 25, 2012In answer to: please take the listings off that have contracts on themYou may need to contact the site directly about this. Usually the listings are up to date, however they are imported from the Multiple Listing Service, so if a home has a contract that has contingencies such as inspection, financing, or sale of home etc. they may still show an active with contingency status and will still show up on this site.Answered: Feb 3, 2012I would recommend talking with a mortgage professional to get prequalified as your first step. Once you have done that feel free to use to search the nashvillehousehunt to search entire MLS for properties, or if you would like to speak to a Realtor with experience in this area please feel free to email me from this site Good luck and happy house hunting!Answered: Jan 18, 2012This home has a full bath connected to the master bedroom downstairs, as well as a half bath down. It is also available for purchase. If you have any further questions please let me know! Happy House Hunting!Answered: Jan 18, 2012This home does have one full bath connected to the master bedroom and an additional half bath downstairs. It is also available for sale in addition to the rental option. Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions about this or any other home! Happy House Hunting!Answered: Nov 15, 2011In answer to: how do I list my house for sale?Hi Elizabeth, If your home is currently for sale, but not active on the site, call your Realtor and ask them to have it included. If you are not currently on the market and need representation, I would be more than happy to come talk with you about your options for listing. Please check out my profile on this site to see what past clients have said about me. Thanks, Marnie HendleyAnswered: Feb 28, 2011There are several good sites to look for properties. Mine actually lets you set up a listing alert so that you can get daily emails when a property fitting your criteria hits the market. www.nashvillehousehunt.com You will have to register, but my team are the only ones who see your information, and we will not "bug" you!!Answered: Dec 1, 2010Franklin is an amazing town with some of the best schools in the state! The Cool Springs area is on the north side of Franklin and has great shopping. Most of Franklin is going to fit with your criteria, but I would suggest checking out seveeral different areas. If you would like to search for homes for free check out www.nashvillehousehunt.com and sign up with Franklin as the area you are looking in. Marnie Hendley Exit Realty of the South 615-550-5555 Voted #1 Real Estate Agent Best of Nashville SceneAnswered: Oct 3, 2010This is really going to depend on the type of loan that you will qualify for. 3.5% is a pretty typical figure for first time home buyers. I work with lots of first time home buyers and I always recommend talking with 2 to 3 good loan officers and going through the process of getting prequalified both to determine the best range and also to get your down payment and closing cost estimates. I have been in real estate for 8 years. If I can help you in any way please let me know and you can use www.nashvillehousehunt.com to search all the homes in the MLS for free. Marnie Hendley Realtor Exit Realty of the South office 615-550-5555 cell 615-430-2436Answered: Aug 5, 2010Normally, if you see a home marked as pending that means that a contract has already been accepted and negotiated, and the home is under a binding agreement waiting on the specified closing date. Now if you're talking specifically about a bid pending, then you are most likely dealing with a short sale or foreclosure and it is pending approval from a bank or other corporate entity and can absolutely take months to be approved or denied. When looking at short sale opportunities it is best to target homes that may be marked as "LENDER APPROVED" so that the lender has already looked at the financials of the property and knows what they are willing to take on the property. Hope this answers your question. Marnie Hendley Realtor Exit Realty of the South 615-550-5555Answered: Aug 3, 2010Right now is a good time to start looking on line to get a feel for what our market holds. It lets you get acquainted with what to expect from different areas you may be exploring and really feel comfortable when you are ready to buy. Although, I would not start looking at homes in person until December. Of course this is just a rule of thumb. I have worked with dozens of first time buyers, and with each personality type comes a different "best scenario" home search. With more impulsive personalities I would recommed waiting until MUCH closer to the time you want to buy before even looking online. For those who are looking for an investment or to purchase for a sense of security, I would recommend starting much, much sooner. If you would like to search for homes on line now for free please feel free to use my website http://marnie.exitrealtyofthesouth.com I am the only person who would see your information. I also wrote a home buyers' guide that has been really helpful for many of my clients. If you would like a copy just email me through the site, and I will get one sent to you for free. Happy House Hunting! Marnie Hendley Exit Realty of the South 615-550-5555Answered: Jul 28, 2010Hi, that. Condo is $149900. My name is Marnie Hendley with Exit Realty of the South. If you want to view properties in the Middle Tennessee area and see the prices on everything that is on the market please feel free to use my site www.marnie.exitrealtyofthesouth.com Good luck with the move and please let me know if there is any information you need!Answered: Jun 19, 2010The taxes on this home for 2009 were 1889.47 However, this home actually has a contract on it pending an inspection contingency. If you are looking for a Realtor please check out my endorsements and profiles on Homes.com http://www.homes.com/Agent/5614056/Marnie-Hendley#listing I used to work for the builder that built in this neighborhood and know of several other homes for sale there. Happy Househunting and have a great weekend!Answered: Jun 9, 2010In answer to: HOW DO I MAKE AN OFFER ON A HOUSE?I would recommend finding an agent particularly using this site to locate a professional agent. I would also get prequalified, the agent may be able to recommend several good banks or loan officers for you. If you would like a referral I would be glad to help you find a professional in your area you can email from.
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