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Categories: Happy Homebuyer Testimonials, Interest Rates and Financial Information, Time to Buy | Posted: May 8, 2012

The hammers are swinging!  We’re proud that many of those swinging hammers are building new Ole South homes all over Middle Tennessee.

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It takes a lot more than hammers to build the best new home values around.  It takes a lot of dedicated and knowledgeable people.  Our office staff, production staff, and sales staff share one common goal… to make you happy in your new Ole South home.

Whether your new home is in Nashville, Murfreesboro, Smyrna, Spring Hill, Gallatin, or Clarksville, you can be assured that your new home is the best value around.

And if you used First Community Mortgage for your new home financing needs, you can be assured you received an even better value!  Chris Meagher (615.504.5976) and David Prince (615.351.7908) work seamlessly with our staff to make certain the mortgage process is smooth and simple too.

First Community Mortgage is the preferred lender for all Ole South neighborhoods.  Use them and Ole South will pay ALL of your closing costs on FHA and VA loans, and 3% on conventional loans.  We’ll even pay the title insurance policy should you close with Tri Star Title and Escrow.

 WHY?  Because we like everything to go smoothly.  It is worth the extra cost to us (and certainly worth the savings to you) to have a timely closing without surprises.  When First Community approves a loan, it closes…and it closes on time!

WHY NOT?  Give Chris or David a call and find out just how affordable owning a new Ole South home can be.   Whether you need “Zero-Down” financing, or prefer conventional without monthly mortgage insurance premiums, First Community offers a loan that is right for you.

Tamatha called Chris and is now living in a new Ole South home.  Everyone’s happy…except her former landlord!

HOME BUYING MADE SMPLE!

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