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Realtor
Areas You Service (be VERY specific specific and include ALL counties, cities, states, and towns you service!)
Davidson County, Williamson County - 37013, 37027, 37069, 37076, 37204, 37205, 37206, 37209, 37211, 37212, 37214, 37215, 37220, 37221
Website
http://www.bargers-solutions.com
Short Sale Transactions Completed
10-25
Do you have any experience in Commercial Real Estate? If so, do you have the CCIM or any commercial designations? How many commercial transactions and dollar volume have you CLOSED?
Marketing Services Manager, TN - Trammell Crow Company 8 years before restructure
About Me/Profile of yourself: - Please add your Brokerage Company name also!
Professional. Kenneth Bargers offers extensive award-winning marketing and sales experience serving the communities of Middle Tennessee since 1981. Mr. Bargers has dedicated his talents to the real estate and security industries leading companies as the Director of Marketing, Marketing Services Manager, Customer Care Manager, Sales Manager, and various successful sales positions.

Mr. Bargers currently directs his attention in helping individuals and families live the American dream and continues to assist companies with small marketing projects under the name Bargers Solutions and is a proud member of Pilkerton Realtors based in Brentwood, Tennessee.

Mr. Bargers is humbled to have been honored with multiple national marketing awards as well as numerous company awards and recognitions during his career.

Market. Kenneth Bargers offers the consumer and client advice and guidance as he steers them through the real estate process for buying, selling, property management, relocation and destination services, lease/rental applications and land acquisition. Mr. Bargers' concentrated market is in the Green Hills and Oak Hill areas of Nashville located in Davidson County and Brentwood located in Williamson County.
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Greater Nashville Real Estate: The New Year Begins with 18 Percent Increase

Posted on February 16, 2013 at 12:37pm 0 Comments

THE NEW YEAR BEGINS WITH 18 PERCENT INCREASE Press Release by GNAR, February 7, 2013

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Feb. 7, 2013) – There were 1,634 home closings reported for the month of January, according to figures provided by the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORSÒ. This figure is up 18.7 percent from the 1,377 closings reported for the same period last year.

“This is a very positive start to the year for Middle Tennessee home sales,” said GNAR…

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Market Comment for Week of August 29, 2011...

Posted on August 29, 2011 at 8:44am 0 Comments

MARKET COMMENT Mortgage bond prices fell last week, which pushed mortgage interest rates higher. Rates started off on a bad note Monday as stocks surged higher. This negative movement continued throughout midweek as durable goods orders rose 4%, considerably stronger than the expected 1.9% increase. Stocks took a roller coaster ride and fell a bit Thursday morning, which helped support mortgage rates. Rates rebounded slightly Friday morning as Q2 GDP came in lower than…

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Market Comment for Week of August 22, 2011...

Posted on August 22, 2011 at 8:55am 0 Comments

MARKET COMMENT Mortgage bond prices finished near unchanged last week but whipsawed up and down throughout the middle of the week. Rates started off on a bad note Monday in reaction to stronger than expected data. Housing starts, industrial production, and capacity use data all surprised to the upside. European debt worries resulted in flight to quality buying Wednesday and rates improved considerably that morning. Unfortunately those gains were erased Thursday afternoon…

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Market Comment for Week of August 15, 2011...

Posted on August 15, 2011 at 9:33am 0 Comments

MARKET COMMENT  Mortgage bond prices rose last week, which pushed mortgage interest rates lower. Rates started off on a bad note Monday in reaction to the US debt rating downgrade, the first in history. Stocks took a roller coaster ride surging and falling hundreds of points throughout the week. The Fed kept rates unchanged and indicated the intent to keep rates low through mid 2013. Mortgage bonds pushed higher in reaction to post some solid gains Tuesday afternoon and… Continue

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