Nashville Homes: Deciding To Buy A House Or Condo

Lots of people are attracted to Nashville. Not only are prices cheaper than they've been for a long time, but there’s never been a wider variety of Nashville homes to...

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Nashville Homes: Deciding To Buy A House Or Condo

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Tuesday, September 4th, 2012 at 6:19am.

Lots of people are attracted to Nashville. Not only are prices cheaper than they've been for a long time, but there’s never been a wider variety of Nashville homes to pick from. Even so, a lot of thinking needs to be done before deciding which home is right to you.

Two popular choices in Nashville include condos and single-family homes. When deciding between these options, you need to take into consideration the needs of your spouse and children as well, as well as the price of the property

The majority of condos are located within the downtown area, while the cheapest homes are found in the suburbs. Indeed, it's possible to get a house with three or four bedrooms for the same price of a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium located downtown.

For anyone looking to move to Nashville with kids in tow, it's probably best to opt for a single family home. Not only will this give you more space, but it's usually cheaper to buy a dwelling in the suburbs than it is to buy a Nashville condo situated within the city.

Other benefits that come with acquiring these types of Nashville homes include increased privacy, the ability to make home improvement decisions independently, and lower cost for upkeep plus insurance.

On the other hand, condominiums would make suitable matches for singles and childless couples. Folks who work jobs in the city, wherein they’re required to travel frequently, would definitely benefit from easy access to the central business district and the city's public transport system.

Being near a plethora of restaurants, shops, theatres, malls, bars, clubs and other commercial establishments is also a huge convenience that most young professionals will enjoy. For many people, the ideal Nashville home for sale comes with easy access to such establishments, as their choice of home is as much a lifestyle choice as it is an investment choice. So even though you have to spend more on condo than house, being so close to all the action means that it’s money well spent. 

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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