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Luxury Nashville Homes For Sale

Few of us can actually afford a multi-million dollar mansion that includes all the lavish and luxurious finishes that many of Nashville’s most expensive homes typically feature. But that’s okay, because whether you’re looking for a new home or not, regardless of budget, taking a closer look at some of these ultra-posh living spaces can still be fun, especially when you reach the upper echelon of luxury homes for sale in Nashville.

Like most major cities, Nashville has some truly remarkable living spaces that, in many instances, are nothing short of remarkable. From insane 20,000+ square foot estates with an obscene number of bedrooms and bathrooms to classical architectural masterpieces that have all kinds of historical significance, homes for sale in

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SoBro Neighborhood, Nashville TN

At a time when the rental market is red hot and interest in Nashville real estate in general seems to be as high as ever, downtown’s SoBro neighborhood is in the midst of an incredible transition that will bring an abundance of new apartments, office space, hotel rooms, and even condos to the area.

As it sits, the Pinnacle at Symphony Place office tower,  a 33-story apartment tower, and an additional 25-story office tower are all either planned or already underway here in SoBro, and according to reports, a real estate investor from Michigan is leading the way to develop a $300 million project that would involve apartments, condos, and more hotel rooms.

The site in which this mega-development could be built is located at 150 2nd Avenue South near

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East Nashville Neighborhood

Coffee houses, cafes, and culture. Among other things, that’s generally what the historic East Nashville neighborhood is all about. Seemingly always growing and evolving, East Nashville is often described as a hip place to live and work that thrives on its eclectic reputation. The neighborhood vibe is low-key and its personality, in many ways, seems larger than life.

For anybody looking for a more artsy location here in Music City during their home search, East Nashville is a hub for creativity. The local music scene is alive, the dining scene is diverse, and all kinds of boutique shops and specialty stores fill out the area’s awesome landscape. In fact, many of Nashville’s hottest restaurants are located in East Nashville, and even if you’re someone

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Nashville Real Estate

Although many industry experts predicted mortgage rates would eventually rise before years end, long-term borrowing is still showing no signs of an immediate increase, as mortgage rates actually inched slightly lower than previous levels earlier in the week.

According to reports, Freddic Mac is saying the average rate on a 30-year fixed rate mortgage dropped to 3.76% this week, down from the previous rate of 3.79% that was registered last week. With this latest decline, 30-year mortgage rates are now near the lowest levels of 2015, which of course is great news for anybody still trying to find a new home before the new year.

Along with the drop in 30-year fixed rates, one-year adjustable rate mortgages also fell from 2.62% to 2.54% this week, while

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Downtown Nashville Neighborhoods

Nashville is full of all kinds of neighborhoods that offer future and potential home buyers an array of features and community amenities to enjoy, but like most cities, some options are much more desirable than others for a wide range of reasons. And while there’s certainly more to buying a home or condo aside from where it’s located, location is still often a major factor in any decision you’ll likely make.

So, which Nashville neighborhoods stand out above the rest?

Of course opinions may vary depending on who you talk to, but for our money, here’s a short list of some of the city’s most coveted neighborhoods or communities to call home:


Like in most major cities, living in the heart of downtown has its advantages. For anybody already

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New Construction Real Estate in Green Hills NashvilleAlthough the 10 homes that McKenzie Construction are starting in Nashville’s Green Hills neighborhood won’t get a ton of headlines, this part of the city is collectively seeing a whole lot of new development right now, with right around 40 new homes currently in the works from various home builders and developers near the intersection of Kimbark and Warfield.

So why the sudden influx on new homes to the area?

Well, aside from the available land that makes new residential development in Green Hills possible, a wide range of neighborhood amenities from restaurants and shopping sit right along Hillsboro Pike, which aid in attracting home buyers out there looking for a vibrant and convenient new place to live in Nashville.

In fact, The Mall at Green Hills,

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New Construction Condos Coming to Nashville

With condos for sale at The Icon expected to sell out by the end of 2015, the need for condos and other for sale product in downtown Nashville is quite possibly at an all-time high. But despite inventory being low and the city’s population continuing to grow, there really isn’t a whole lot coming through the pipeline in terms of new development right now, at least in terms of condos and for sale residences.

According to recent stats, Nashville has only about a one-month’s supply of resale condos, a far cry from what's generally considered a normal market of around a five- to six-month supply. And with such a strong demand for new housing around the city, many eventual buyers have their sights set on what's expected to come to market sometime in the

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Nashville Population on the RiseWith Nashville likely overtaking Memphis as Tennessee’s largest city in the coming years, it shouldn’t be terribly surprising to hear that many of the city’s surrounding counties and communities are also growing just as fast, if not faster.

According to recent reports, four Middle Tennessee counties are among the fastest growing in the entire U.S., and the red hot real estate market and historically low housing inventory around the Nashville area are just another strong indicator of the recent surge in growth and population statistics.

As noted by WSMV, Williamson County has seen a 12% jump in population since 2010, making it the 34th fastest growing county in the U.S. over that timeframe. Similarly, Montgomery, Rutherford and Wilson counties are also

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Mt. Juliet Homes For Sale
More development news for suburban Nashville has surfaced, as plans for a new $160 million master planned community were recently detailed in The Tennessean. According to reports, Developer John Rochford is looking to bring close to 450 new single-family homes to a 150 acre site over in Mt. Juliet—a location that’s currently seeing a lot of job growth, not to mention a spike in home sales as well.

Being called Walden Grove, the new community offers a close proximity to I-40 and State Road 840, making it a convenient location for anybody who commutes to the city on a daily basis. In addition, local schools and low taxes are certainly a huge selling point for the Mt. Juliet community as a whole, and as for the homes inside Walden Grove, expect a nice

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Meadows at Lookaway Farms

Although the Texas housing market is red hot right now, especially around DFW and in North Texas, Houston-based Partners in Building are planning to expand into the Nashville-area market sooner rather than later. According to reports, Texas’ largest luxury custom home builder has purchased 124 homes sites in Williamson County and even negotiating for more land even beyond those 124 home sites they’ve already acquired.

Despite the luxury market in Williamson County being somewhat concentrated, it’s also one of the healthiest segments of the market right now, which certainly makes the move savvy to say the least. As noted by The Tennessean, 555 homes were sold in Williamson County for over $700,000 over the first 9 months of 2015, which accounts for 57%

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