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Brian Patterson
RE/MAX Fine Homes

1624 Westgate Circle Suite 125
Brentwood, TN 37027
Mobile: 615-438-4941
Tennhomes@gmail.com

"The Realtor Who Knows Construction"

With Over 16+ years experience , and 100's of homes SOLD, I continue to strive to be an advocate for home buyers and sellers!!  I have over 25 years combined in Real Estate and Construction Industry, and have developed a reputation among my clients and peers, as being an Agent that knows home construction, and what to look for when buying and or selling Real Estate.  I will walk you through the home buying process, and help you understand and see the known and unknown differences in the properties viewed.  Why wait till money is spent on a home inspection, when valuable information can be discussed and viewed prior to making an offer.  My focus is not writing offers, but rather writing pros and cons first, than narrow the choices down to what you can feel safe in purchasing. 

 

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Nashville Area Home buyers Need to Be Aware of Building & Construction Permits

Why Nashville Area Homebuyers Need to Be Aware of Building & Construction Permits Homebuyers should always verify major work done in a home they are interested in purchasing to make sure the work was done with permits. Many homebuyers may also have g... Read more

Buying a Home in Nashville: 7 Mistakes to Avoid When Applying for A Mortgage

Buying a Home in Nashville: 7 Mistakes to Avoid When Applying for A Mortgage If you are considering buying a home in Nashville or the surrounding area, more than likely you are going to need a mortgage to finance that home. Applying for a mortgage may ... Read more
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Sponsor Webinar: Growing Your Business With a Real Estate CRM

IXACT Contact is a software company that offers CRM and email marketing products to real estate professionals. It’s hosting a webinar on Tuesday, May 22, at 1 p.m., Eastern time, on using its CRM product to grow your business. Shannon McGee, a company business development executive, is the host.

From IXACT:

Wondering exactly how a real estate CRM can help you better manage and grow your business? Join this information-packed webinar and see specific real-world examples of how a robust real estate CRM can make it easy to keep in touch and stay on task with all your clients, prospects, and important referral sources.

In this webinar, IXACT Contact executive Shannon McGee will show you how IXACT Contact’s real estate CRM can help you to:

1. Keep in touch effortlessly with everyone in your database so you stay top of mind.
2. Ensure that you never miss another client birthday or move-in anniversary – both excellent relationship building opportunities.
3. Nurture and stay top of mind with all your prospects so you get the listing and not your competition.
4. Identify high quality leads – hiding in your database!
5. Stay organized and in control of all your listings, closings, and active buyers.
6. [BONUS!] Create a professional online presence and generate leads with your own customizable, mobile friendly, agent website.
7. [DOUBLE BONUS] Double your social media lead generation with automated social media content posting!

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This is a sponsor webinar. REALTOR® Magazine is promoting it, but it isn’t participating in it, hasn’t reviewed the content, and is not endorsing it.

Two Ways You Can Commit a Fair Housing Violation Without Even Knowing It

While the Fair Housing Act’s purpose—barring discrimination in the sale, rental, or financing of residential property—may be easy to understand, navigating the many intricacies of the landmark statute can be tricky even for experienced real estate professionals, said experts on the 1968 law who spoke during a recent event in Fairfax, Va.

The event served as a commemoration of the 50-year anniversary of the signing of the Fair Housing Act, and was organized by the Fairfax County of Human Rights and Equity Programs and sponsored by the Northern Virginia Association of REALTORS®, Legal Services of Northern Virginia, and the Prince William County Human Rights Commission.

Panelists talk about the Fair Housing Act during a training session in Fairfax, Virginia.

The challenges stem from the fact that the law requires real estate professionals to ensure their clients not only have equal access to properties, but also that they drive the selection of the neighborhood or home they want to live in. Even a well-meaning effort to match a client with property you think they would like can have legal consequences.

For example, if you are working with a Korean family that is looking for a home to purchase, taking them to neighborhoods where you know other Asian-Americans live could run afoul of the law if the clients did not specifically ask to go to those neighborhoods. That’s according to attorneys from the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights division and Legal Services of Northern Virginia who served on the panel.

Panelists also advised caution when taking steps aimed at ensuring the safety of your clients. While it might seem reasonable to steer a family with young children away from a home they are looking to buy or rent that has lead-based paint, for instance, doing so would violate the law if the family was aware of the presence of the paint and still wanted to live there. It’s not against the law to market homes with lead-based paint to families with children and let them live there as long as they have been made aware that the hazardous paint is present.

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Seller and Buyer Testimonials

If you are looking for a very knowledgeable, trustworthy, and responsive person to help you buy or sell a home, we highly recommend Brian, who helped us with our recent home purchase in Franklin. His background in construction is a bonus for buyers because he knows what to expect in a well-built home. For sellers, that same background is useful for prepping your house for sale. We enjoyed working with Brian! His smile and positive attitude took the stress and strain out of buying a hou Thomas Moen
Brian was very attentive to our needs and showed us quality homes. He knows a lot about the construction of homes which shows in his work (and passion). I would recommend him to anyone who is wanting to buy or sell a home. Brittany Viveros
Brian has extensive knowledge in construction practices and used this knowledge to point out important information on the different properties I looked at. He was very quick in responding to me when I found a potential property. He always made himself available to fit my schedule to check on the properties when it came time to do so. I highly recommend him for anybody who is in the market for a home and if I purchase another home in the future I will be giving Brian a call. Bob Jensen
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