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About Mike & Kathy Ballard

Welcome to AreaOneRealty.com, our informative and  easy to navigate website.  We love Bardstown, Kentucky, our quaint small town with it's many festivals and hometown hospitality.  We recently won Best of The Road & Rand McNally's "Most Beautiful Small Town in America" title.  Come visit us to see  why,  and while you are here  also take a look at our committment to excellence in the Bardstown &  Nelson County real estate industry.    We are hopeful that our website will assist you with your online property search.  We  are able to  assist you with all your real estate needs.  Whether it be buying or selling,   As  lifelong residents of Nelson County,  We are  very familiar with this area and encourage you to contact us at your convenience.   

1-502-510-0515  Or 1-502-510-0514

AREA ONE REALTY, LLC

Mike & Kathy Ballard

Mike & Kathy Ballard


 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Change Order

    Revised specifications requiring a modification in work. ...

  • Gross Leasable Area (GLA)

    Building's total floor area, in square feet, designed for tenant leasing. The GLA in normally calculated from the outside walls to any existing room partitions. ...

  • Legal Name

    One's given name at birth including a first name, a possible middle name, and a surname. The legal name must be used to legally sign documents, deeds, or contracts. ...

  • Authorized User

    Someone authorized by the original credit card holder to use the holder's card. While authorized users are not responsible for paying any charges, including their own, they are sometimes dunned for the unpaid bills of the card holder. ...

  • Rate Protection

    Protection for a borrower against the danger that rates will rise between the time the borrower applies for a loan and the time the loan closes. Rate protection can take the form of a lock, where the rate and points are frozen at their initial levels until the loan closes, or a float-down, where ...

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Homebuyer Tips

How Will The Hybrid Work Week Shape Homebuyer’s Preferences?

How Will The Hybrid Work Week Shape Homebuyer’s Preferences?

People take a lot of time thinking about what they want in a new home and rightly so! We want to make sure we’re buying a home that meets all of our wants and needs. We want to find an affordable place that is near friends and family, but also close enough to work, as well. And, of course, we want to make sure we can find an affordable property that isn’t ...

Home Seller Tips

How To Host An Open House And Generate Leads While Doing It

How To Host An Open House And Generate Leads While Doing It

As a well-established convention in the sphere of real estate, the sight of an open home being hosted by a local real estate agent is not at all uncommon. If you were to drive through an average suburban neighborhood on any given sunny summer afternoon, you’d likely come across a number of these events, extending an open invitation to any and all willing visitors. ...

Home Seller Tips

How To Improve The Privacy Of Your Home

How To Improve The Privacy Of Your Home

If you live in a residential neighborhood, there’s a good chance that you’ve had to deal with neighbors who don’t respect your privacy. Whether they’re peering through a pair of binoculars surveilling your Sunday afternoon barbeque or dropping by unannounced to “see how you’re doing”, these unpleasant individuals are the bane of ...

Homebuyer Tips

In The Miscellaneous Labyrinth Of Real Estate Finance

In The Miscellaneous Labyrinth Of Real Estate Finance

To those of us who’ve gone through the process of moving, it’s no secret that moving can be a hassle and a half, between the stress and substantial financial investments.  We usually decide to relocate for various reasons, such as a brand new workplace, the prospect of a brighter future, climate changes, or even the global pandemic. COVID-19 made ...

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Eco-friendly Vs. Harmful Building Materials

Eco-friendly Vs. Harmful Building Materials

More than ever, the past dictates our future. The twenty-first century must face the dramatic repercussions of our past heritage concerning environmental issues. We foolishly exposed our planet to threats and insecurity. In practice, we do lots of harm to our immediate environment, and we should pay more attention to do’s and don’ts in nature. Humankind has ...

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