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Home Ownership and the New Tax Plan

Home Ownership and the New Tax Plan

By now you’ve likely heard that the GOP recently passed a tax reform bill. What you may not know is how homeowners will be impacted in the New Year. If you’re in the market to buy or already own your home, here’s how the new tax […]

Pre-Sale Tips to Use Now

Pre-Sale Tips to Use Now

  Many home sellers often overlook easy and relatively inexpensive fixes that not only increase visual appeal, but may also add to a home’s selling price. While major remodeling is costly and may not address the needs and tastes of prospective buyers, these repair and […]

‘I Want to Buy a House’: A Guide to Taking the Real Estate Plunge

‘I Want to Buy a House’: A Guide to Taking the Real Estate Plunge

  Maybe youre renting in an overpriced neighborhood and aresick of writing a huge rent check. Maybe youre living in a yurt and miss having normalwalls. Wherever you wake up, the same thought runs through your head every morning: I want to buy a house! […]

Nashville’s ‘It City’ Status Brings In Things Other Cities Want!

Nashville’s ‘It City’ Status Brings In Things Other Cities Want!

    We have so many things in Nashville that people in other cities would love to have, and with all the growth we’re experiencing, you can expect a lot more soon. More parks, more events and more businesses are just a few of the […]

The Double-Sided Housing Recovery in Nashville

The Double-Sided Housing Recovery in Nashville

  While Nashville managed to stay afloat throughout the finance crisis despite similar metros across the country crashing, a new report from Pro Teck Valuation Services spotlights Nashville’s current recovery, highlighting that the city is falling into an affordability crisis. Pro Teck’s latest Home Value […]

Music’s Hottest Neighborhoods (And Where to Go When You’re in Music City)

Music’s Hottest Neighborhoods (And Where to Go When You’re in Music City)

  As real estate prices and bucolic settings continue to lure musicians, artists and designers from city centers to artsy suburbs, a new crop of hip nabes is emerging in the music-biz hubs of New York, Los Angeles and Nashville. Billboard tracks the cool spots in […]

Best January On Record for Middle Tennessee Housing Market

Best January On Record for Middle Tennessee Housing Market

    There were 2,411 home closings reported for the month of January, according to figures provided by Greater Nashville REALTORS®. This figure is up 11.2 percent from the 2,167 closings reported for the same period last year. “   There were 2,755 sales pending […]

How a Small Nashville Print Shop Forever Changed the Look of Advertising

How a Small Nashville Print Shop Forever Changed the Look of Advertising

  The 1.2 million people who visit Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum each year have plenty to gawk at Taylor Swifts rhinestone guitar, Elvis gold-plated Cadillac Fleetwood limousine, 26 Grammy Awards, a wall of gold records and enough stage costumes to fill […]

Country Music Singers Share Best Places in Nashville

Country Music Singers Share Best Places in Nashville

  Who better to show you around Music City? Its no secret Nashville has been making its way to the top of travelers’ bucket lists. Spots like the historic Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame, along with globally-recognized restaurants and shops, make […]

Steps to Buy a Home: How Long Do They Take?

Steps to Buy a Home: How Long Do They Take?

With the shrinking inventory of homes coming on the market, buyers are turning to Realtors to help find and navigate the home buying process. There is a great article on Realtor.com that answers many questions the potential home buyer face.   Homes are not impulse […]