3 Things to Know Before Renting Out Your Home

3 Things to Know Before Renting Out Your Home

Home-sharing services such as Airbnb, HomeAway and FlipKey can make turning your home into a money-making vacation rental easy. The sites hold payments from guests who are renting private rooms or entire homes. All the host has to do is provide a key and then…

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…

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…

Wedgewood Houston’s Hip Culture

Wedgewood Houston’s Hip Culture

Theres some debate whether to call the Wedgewood Houston neighborhood, whose borders are defined by Houston Street to the north, Wedgewood Avenue to the south, Eighth Avenue South to the west and Fourth Avenue South/Nolensville Pike to the east, We-Ho (for Wedgewood Houston) or So-Ho…

Nashville’s housing recovery strongest in the nation

Nashville’s housing recovery strongest in the nation

Nashville’s housing market has rebounded stronger than anywhere else in the nation in the aftermath of the recession, according to a new study. Nashville’s median home price today is 11 percent higher than the peak values before the recession struck a net growth that’s the…

Secret Places You Didn’t Know Existed in Nashville

Secret Places You Didn’t Know Existed in Nashville

Just when you thought you knew Nashville like the back of your hand, it turns out that — woah, has that freckle always been there?? Yes, that’s right, we have some rather interesting Nashville secrets for you to check out and only one of them…

Tight real estate market becomes game of ‘first to know’

Tight real estate market becomes game of ‘first to know’

With multiple offers often going in the first day a home goes on the market, Realtors must be resourceful in getting their clients in the door first. After walking through the first house they looked at, first-time home buyers Megan and David Stricker followed their…

Nashville’s Most Anticipated Spring/Summer Restaurant Openings of 2015

Nashville’s Most Anticipated Spring/Summer Restaurant Openings of 2015

Spring is here, and with that warmer weather comes a promising new crop of restaurants. So put on your stretchy pants, and check out our guide to see what’s headed your way.And as always, Eater is obsessively tracking the progression of all the premiers, so…

Nashville’s green spaces hold key to its future success

Nashville’s green spaces hold key to its future success

We can’t talk about all that Nashville has to offer its natives, newcomers and visitors without acknowledging the majestic beauty of its parks, green spaces and waterways. Hikes or walks in Edwin, Percy Warner, Shelby Park or Radnor Lake State Park, among others, can become…

13 Events You Must Attend This Spring in Nashville

13 Events You Must Attend This Spring in Nashville

  Music City’s calendar is full of celebrations. Just take a look below at the events you must attend this spring in Nashville. Tin Pan South is the world’s largest songwriter festival. Last year’s event brought more than 9,000 fans to Nashville for 92 shows…