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Friday, April 17, 2020   /   by Damon Smith Team NashvilleHouses.com

10 Ways to Manage Homeschooling Your Children

1. Scholastic Learn at Home Projects

Scholastic has started a Learn at Home series, which will keep children learning even though schools are closed. Each day, Scholastic will add four different learning experience videos to their website for different grade levels. Click here for the Scholastic Learn at Home Projects. 

2. Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems

Children's author Mo Willems has been releasing “Lunch Doodle” videos on The Kennedy Center’s website, which encourages children of all ages to draw and write with him. Be sure to have crayons, paper, pens or pencils ready and join Mo Willems each weekday at 1 p.m. Click here for the link to Mo’s videos. 

3. Khan Academy 

Created by experts, Khan Academy’s library of trusted, standards-aligned practice and lessons covers math K-12 through early college, grammar, science, history, AP®, SAT®, and more, and it's all free! Students ...

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Wednesday, April 1, 2020   /   by Damon Smith Team NashvilleHouses.com

CoronaVirus and Housing -Home buying Season Will Shift 2 Months Behind Schedule.

FIRST----Home buying Season Will Shift 2 Months Behind Schedule. 
The peak usually starts early spring and lasts till early fall. However, with the COVID-19 shutdown, it’s very likely this season will push further into the year and be much more packed. We’ve talked with a many agents and almost all believe this will happen for a few reasons:
Home prices will drop
Mortgage rates will hover around historic lows
People will need to liquidate
A well-mixed cocktail of added demand from people who were about to buy or sell a home combined with the opportunity to buy at low prices in a shorter amount of time will lead to a much busier, healthier housing market towards the back half of the year.
SECOND--Mortgage Rates Will Not Drop as Much as You Think
Three weeks ago, the Fed dropped rates to 0 percent, while over the last two weeks the 30-year Fixed-Rate Mortgage actually went up 0.36 percent. If you’re confused, we understand. Here are the two re. ...

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