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Monday, May 13th, 2013 at 9:58am. 209 Views, 0 Comments.
Searching for a Nashville neighborhood with plenty of beautiful homes and a quiet atmosphere, isn't always easy. Nashville is known as Music City and many of the neighborhoods are filled with great local venues for music. However, Sylvan Park is the answer for the person seeking a quaint and quiet place to call home. This beautiful area is found southwest of downtown and provides a number of different styles from upscale to funky.
One of the local haunts, which provides the name for the area, is Sylvan Park Restaurant. This establishment has provided old-fashion Southern cooking for over a half-century to residents. It's one of the most popular restaurants found in the city and those loving in Sylvan Park are proud to enjoy the dishes served here.…
Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 at 9:06am. 275 Views, 0 Comments.
A very popular historic neighborhood in Nashville is the East Nashville Neighborhood. This is a low-key type of area with plenty of personality. The residents in East Nashville enjoy the ability to escape the big city without actually leaving. Since the 1916 fire destroyed over 600 buildings in the area, many find the mixture of antebellum buildings a great part of this neighborhood.
Edgefield is part of this area and one of two historic preservation districts. This means any new construction must be approved by the Metro Historical Commission, including additions, alterations, fences and demolitions. The neighborhood was featured during "Restore America" on HGTV and in the "Our Place" series. This area of Nashville has become one of the most creative…
Thursday, February 21st, 2013 at 4:20pm. 557 Views, 0 Comments.
When it comes down to it these days every single dollar coming into your home is going to matter to both you and your family in terms of being able to maintain your standard of living. It's the little things that can make the difference between being able to enjoy your life and just scraping to get by and that's why knowing the cost of living where you live or where you might be considering relocating to is extremely important.
So what we want to show you today is how Nashville compares to another major southern US city in terms of how much it costs (or not) to live here and that city is Miami, Florida.
Everyone has to eat and you've probably all noticed that both buying groceries and going out for dinner all seem to be far more expensive than…
Friday, June 29th, 2012 at 3:23pm. 753 Views, 0 Comments.
Over the past several years virtually every city in the nation has been hit hard by the recession and housing market collapse. While Nashville was no exception, people considering moving to this beautiful city won't be surprised to hear that its housing market is recovering much more quickly than most other cities. Since 2011 the home prices have leveled off and and home sales have begun to slowly increase due to many factors.
Nashville is the perfect combination of a big city with the charm and kindness so well known in Southern towns. The job market in the area has been growing at a much faster pace than other cities in the state which has made it a very attractive location for many individuals who are relocating for work. As more and more people…
Wednesday, June 27th, 2012 at 3:52pm. 470 Views, 0 Comments.
The average price per square foot in Nashville Tennessee for May 2012 was $103. This was down 14.2% when compared to May 2011. The median sale price of homes the period starting February 2012 and ending April 2012 was $142,500 for 409 home sales. This was down 5% from the previous year, which comes to being a total of $7,500 lower. This is most likely due to the huge drop in home sales, which decreased by a whopping 72.8%. There are currently a lot of homes on the market, though, with the total being 3,935, so there certainly is no shortage of homes available for purchase.
For the week that ended on June 6th, 2012, the average listing price for a home for sale in Nashville, Tennessee was $316,626. This was one-tenth of a percent higher than the…
Wednesday, June 27th, 2012 at 3:51pm. 277 Views, 0 Comments.
Nashville, Tennessee has seen a large influx of people coming in from more depressed areas of Tennessee as well as the rest of the country. There are several reasons for the high amount of people relocating into the area, but the main reason is the affordable housing. The cost of living space in Nashville is much lower than other highly developed areas and cities in the state. While it certainly isn’t the cheapest, it definitely has the most value. Part of this value comes from the lower taxes and utilities.
Nashville has been much more ‘well off’ during these economic hard times than many other areas. This is because many people and businesses have been holding on to their properties instead of selling them at rock bottom prices, which has…
Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 at 1:21am. 675 Views, 0 Comments.
On April 5th, 2012, Bluerock Real Estate, LLC acquired the Grove at Waterford Apartments in Hendersonville, a neighborhood in Nashville, Tennessee. This apartment complex was built in 2010, and is a Class-A garden-style community. There are 12 three-story buildings that house 252 apartments.
Bluerock has made a habit of co-investing with local expert companies across the nation in order to bring large profits to both companies as well as a high quality are to live in. The company made no exception in their acquisition of the Grove at Waterford, going in with Bell Partners to purchase the property for $27 million.
Bell Partners is going to leverage its local expertise alongside of Bluerock’s 60 years of real estate experience in order to develop…
Friday, June 22nd, 2012 at 12:50am. 1816 Views, 0 Comments.
Many people don't like living in the crowed areas of a large city, even if that large city has the home town feel like Nashville Tennessee. Of course, the conveniences of living in or around a big city are virtually endless making it difficult for many people to choose where to live. Most people find that living in a subdivision of a large city offers all the benefits of the big city without the crowds and noise. There are dozens of beautiful subdivisions of Nashville Tennessee to choose from, one of which will be perfect for you.
If you're looking for an exclusive area with an Arnold Palmer designed gated golf course, many houses featured in the Parade of Homes, and much more than Brentwood is perfect for you. Located just south of Nashville it…
Friday, June 8th, 2012 at 2:17am. 386 Views, 0 Comments.
Even if you haven't heard of the real estate opportunities in Brentwood, there's no denying that these are some of the most sought after and in demand properties in all of Middle Tennessee. This notoriously affluent area, in Williamson County and Davidson County, just south of Nashville is home to some of the most beautiful and well designed new construction homes as well as older traditional homes. The are homes here that are filled to the brim with rich history. There's definitely a reason that these charming homes are in such high demand. Just take a look at some of the available listings to see what kind of spacious and luxurious properties are available right now.
Brentwood History and Heritage
What you will find throughout Brentwood,…
Tuesday, May 29th, 2012 at 7:15pm. 457 Views, 0 Comments.
Although Nashville doesn't normally suffer from extensive flooding, in 2010 Nashville experienced the 100 year flood, which did extensive damamge and caused people to rethink the whole issue of flood insurance. Those that though they didn't ever think they'd need it found out that those that did have insurance where very pleased the did.
Below is the latest release from the NAR of the issue of flood insurance.
"On May 24, 2012, the US Senate approved a 60-day extension of the National Flood Insurance Program under an agreement between Senators Reid and Vitter.
Because the Senate amended H.R. 5470 to include 60 rather than 30 days, the House will again have to pass the extension bill, which is expected this week. Currently, program authority is…