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Fantastic three bedroom. Two bath home on cul-de-sac. Roof 4 years old, HVAC 6 months old. New paint, fully fenced backyard with covered patio in the back. Don't miss this one!
Stunning!! Gorgeous French Country-inspired home offers a fabulous open plan with all 4 bedrooms on main, plus huge bonus or 5th bedroom with en-suite over 3-car side entry garage. Double solid wood doors open into a welcoming home with ...
Stunning 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home located in the highly sought-after Sango Commons community in Clarksville, TN. The house is completely move-in ready and has been professionally cleaned from top to bottom, including carpets. The beauti...
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Gary Ashton and his team have been helping home buyers in the Nashville real estate market for more than 20 years now. In addition to having more than 170 professional Nashville real estate agents on the team, Gary has assembled some of the best associates in the industry to help make your next real estate transaction a breeze. These include the professionals at Ameris Bank, who can answer all of your mortgage questions, and the closing attorneys of Tennessee Title Services and now City Title, who can guide you through the entire closing process. The elite Nashville agents at RE/MAX Advantage will help you find your next home in no time!
The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage has become one of the most successful and elite realty teams in the Nashville and Middle Tennessee market. In fact, in 2007, they were named the #8 team in Tennessee for RE/MAX, and the #1 team for RE/MAX Elite in Nashville. In 2012 they were the #1 RE/MAX team in the state rankings, retaining the #1 spot in Nashville itself.
2014 was another great year for the team, as they were announced as the #3 RE/MAX team in the USA!!! They are still #1 in Nashville and #1 in the state of Tennessee. The team was the Official Real Estate Team of the Tennessee Titans for over 10 years and developed a long-standing relationship with the organization that ended in May 2022!
After leaving RE/MAX Elite in 2015 and becoming part of RE/MAX Advantage, the team again finished #1 in Tennessee and #1 in Nashville, as well as #4 in the world!!!
In 2017, halfway through the year, the team was named the #2 RE/MAX team in the USA!!!! They maintained this ranking all the way through December 2017.
In February 2018, RE/MAX HQ announced that the team was now the #1 RE/MAX team in Tennessee, #2 in the USA, and #2 in the world! With a sales volume of around $334 million, the team had an increase of over $100 million in sales from 2016.
In early July 2018, we found out that The Ashton Real Estate Group is now the #1 team in the USA!!! In March of 2019, it was announced that we were the #1 RE/MAX team in the world!!!
In March 2021, we were announced as being the #1 RE/MAX team in the world again!
In March 2022, we retained the title of the #1 RE/MAX team in the world!!!!
In March 2023, we again retained the title of #1 RE/MAX team in the world for the 5th successive year! We have now sold over $5 Billion worth of real estate!
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If you would like to receive information about pending and sold listings as part of your research on buying a Nashville home and the real estate market in Tennessee, click HERE for more information. Knowledge of how the market is performing here in Nashville as opposed to other parts of the country is vital to making an informed decision about buying a home in Nashville. As the real estate market improves, an up-to-date market analysis can help you make informed decisions when making an offer.
The data on this site comes from Realtrac's MLS Internet Data Exchange (IDX) program and includes 99.5% of all active listings in the Middle Tennessee Regional Multiple Listing Service. It is updated daily to make sure you have the most accurate and up-to-date results. More HERE.
In 2020, Nashville, Tennessee is still a stable real estate market that is bucking the national trend and, more recently, has become a seller's market. The Nashville real estate values are slowly growing at around 0-8% a year, and in certain new subdivisions and communities, the appreciation rate is much much higher. The Nashville real estate market still shows signs of steady demand. More HERE.
Nashville owes its name to General Francis Nash (1742-77), a hero of the American Revolution. The city was also of primary strategic importance during the Civil War, occupying a crucial location along the Cumberland River. The 1864 Battle of Nashville occurred here — it was the climactic, last great offensive of the Confederates.
Today Nashville real estate continues to live up to its Music City nickname. Every major record label has an office in Nashville, and the nightlife is largely characterized by the abundance of live music. Buskers populate the street corners, and bars and clubs like the famous Wild Horse Saloon have weekly televised country dances. Nash-Vegas is also a popular nickname for the city to reflect the growing cosmopolitan feel of the city. Locals have been known to refer to Nashville as Cashville as a mark of respect to one of its finest country music stars, Jonny Cash.
Johnny Cash actually bought a lake home in Hendersonville, which unfortunately burnt down. More recently, the news of the network TV series called "Nashville" was announced to be going into another season. The TV show is a "commercial" for Nashville, as many of the scenes feature iconic locations and vistas of the area.
Live music is not exclusive to Nashville. The abundance of talent in the Middle Tennessee area means you can find world-class musicians playing in any of the surrounding towns and communities. Places like Leipers Fork frequently have top-class performers playing in the intimate venue of Puckett's.
The success of Carrie Underwood on American Idol and her subsequent move to Nashville has helped raise the profile of country music and the city itself to a whole new audience previously unfamiliar with Nashville. More recently, other music shows have featured Nashville residents prominently, which all helps to create more awareness of Nashville as the music capital of the south. More HERE.
Nashville also has well-established communities and cities that are only a short 15-, 30-, or 45-minute drive away. Click here for the Nashville Drive Time Map.
East Nashville has been quietly transforming over the past 15 years from an area of urban decline to one of the most desirable areas that attract artists of all genres. The influx of creative residents has seen some amazing renovations, which in turn have opened the appeal to residents who enjoy good restaurants with a creative side! Places like Family Wash provide weekly entertainment provided by local musicians in an eclectic atmosphere in an old laundry!
Franklin TN real estate, to the south of Nashville, has the highest concentration of million-dollar luxury homes in the Greater Nashville area. The historic downtown area was well preserved and is largely responsible for the area's appeal to its residents. Just a little further south is the rapidly growing communities of Thompson Station, Spring Hill, and Columbia. Mt Juliet and Lebanon to the east are now connected via a new railroad system for commuters which has helped to increase home values over the past few years.
Hendersonville TN is to the northeast of Nashville and is known as the city of the lake due to its location on Old Hickory Lake. Jonny Cash, Roy Orbison, and Conway Twitty all made their homes here and helped to create the city of Hendersonville, Tennessee as we know it today. The development and growth of this area is continuing with the new 400-acre shopping development called Streets of Indian Lake. Sam's Club opened its doors as a major anchor store, adding a significant financial boost to the area.
The popularity of living on the lake continues today, and Gallatin has the added attraction of having the only golf course community on the lake in the whole greater Nashville, Tennessee, area.
To the northeast, the popular lakefront cities of Hendersonville and Gallatin have homes that have, until recently, been considered a little remote. However, the expansion of I65 North to 5 lanes and the extension of the Vietnam Veterans Expressway have made these communities easily accessible to Nashville.
In fact, Gallatin is home to Fairvue Plantation, the only lakefront and golf course development in the Nashville area. Homes here can reach well over the $3 million dollar mark and have been extremely popular with the discerning luxury home buyer who wants the lake access and golf course community.
A sister lakefront and golf course community is at nearby Foxlands in Hendersonville. The lakefront homes that are available are selling fast, even with a slight downturn in the real estate market. Lakefront homes have always been seen as a sound financial investment as waterfront homes are always in demand whether it's a buyer's or seller's market!
To the east of Nashville, Mt. Juliet is also experiencing huge retail and residential new construction growth. The Providence development is proving to be a very popular location for some of the retail giants, such as Best Buy, utilizing the more than 800,000 sq ft of retail space devoted to shopping, dining, and entertainment.
The Providence project also features new residential homes built by 10 leading local and national builders.
Once you move to Nashville, Tennessee, you'll realize that music is just one aspect of life in Nashville. There are lots of other things to see and do. Nashville is centrally located and has a fantastic interstate infrastructure. As a result, you can drive to Florida in 8 hours and be on the beach or go north and watch the Chicago Cubs play after driving 8 hours! If you are lucky, they may even win. ;)
There are numerous city and state parks for hiking and exploring. Dog parks are very popular and are a great way of meeting people who have moved to Nashville from all over the US and the world.
The arts have always been an important part of the social life in Nashville, and The Frist Center is the focus for many of the events and happenings in Nashville.
Eco-friendly homes in Nashville are part of the movement towards the environmentally conscious builder appealing to the 'Green" home buyer. For some excellent examples currently being built in Germantown in Nashville, click HERE.
Nashville was voted #1 in Kiplinger's Smart Cities survey. The personal finance magazine selected Nashville as number one in a past issue ranking 50 Smart Cities.
The survey took into account livability, friendliness of the residents, economic vitality, public education, local arts, and entertainment as well as recreational facilities, health care, and numerous other factors.
This award was based on the growing food scene that has been building over the recent years featuring world-class restaurants such as The Catbird Seat has resulted in Nashville cuisine even being recognized in Charlotte, NC, as a threat to their city. The music scene has long been a source of attraction to visitors from all over the world, but good music and great food will keep anyone happy! Click here for the full article.
Nashville continues to gain recognition from a number of different media sources. The real estate markets in other parts of the country have been very volatile. The Orlando real estate market was something that, at one point in time, was appreciating so quickly that the state could not process the number of applications for real estate license applications. Other cities across the USA ad similar growth spikes, but Nashville has been relatively steady in its recent growth.
The climate in Nashville and Tennessee as a whole is also a major attraction. The four seasons provide their own benefits, but none of the seasons has any extremes in weather, although the summer months can get a little hot and humid in August and September. In 2007 Nashville, like the rest of the country, experienced a heatwave with highs over 100 degrees, but on average, the summer highs are in the mid-'90s
Nashville is home to the full range of property types: from single-family starter homes to million-dollar luxury homes, lake homes, estate homes, condos, and equestrian properties.
As Nashville becomes an increasingly popular city to move to, the number of new construction real estate sites and developments has expanded to keep up with the ever-rising demand.
In a return to urban living, downtown Nashville has seen the renovation of older historic buildings and warehouses to accommodate the demand for urban lofts such as Werthan Mills and Rolling Mill Hills lofts. Rolling Mill Hills is now purely rented units.
New condo developments and the projects in the Gulch, such as Twelve Twelve, are revitalizing the downtown residential community and bringing a new appeal to living in the city of Nashville.
Downtown Nashville itself has the development at Encore Sobro, located just off Broadway and very close to the Symphony Hall. Other older developments like the Viridian (sometimes spelled Veridian) are proving to be very popular as resales start to come on the market. New construction is still high in demand, especially with prices starting at just under $250,000 and cheaper in some cases.
Compared to other downtown communities around the United States, downtown Nashville still has very affordable products and is well below the density of cities like Chicago and New York. This leads the developers to anticipate tremendous growth and movement towards inner-city living. As the numbers grow, the demand for services and restaurants, etc, will grow, which will increase the demand for downtown condo living.
Some of the communities in and around Nashville are developing the new concept of combining business and residential homes in the same subdivision. Westhaven in Franklin and Tollgate Village in Thompson Station are excellent examples. The concept of being able to live and work as well as socialize and play in the same community is really a throwback to the communities of the past where everyone knew everyone and the feeling of safety and security was enhanced by the sense of belonging and community spirit missing from some of the faceless developments from the sixties and seventies across America.
If you are looking for upscale, gated luxury homes, then Nashville has homes that constantly take advantage of the latest designs and technology to provide an environment that can truly be called luxurious. The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage are also proud members of the Luxury Real Estate.com organization More HERE.
Looking for equestrian homes with rolling hills and acreage for your horses to roam freely? Leipers Fork, just south of Franklin, may be your perfect choice. You'll be in good company as this has become home to some of the wealthiest people in Nashville and has attracted some of the Hollywood "royalty," too! Beechwood Plantation was an equestrian community with homes in the $2M range and lots from around $450. The developers did go into foreclosure so the development is taking longer to sell out but it's still a very good consideration.
Gallatin is the latest city to try and create its own equestrian community, The Paddock (as it was to be called), was selling lots and is in the early development stage but was to provide stable and riding facilities for the homeowners. Homes were projected to be in the low $400,000 to $600,000 range. The economic slowdown of 2009 saw the development put on hold but signs are it will start again soon. As of 2023 the subdivision still hasn't been resurrected, but sooner or later, work will begin again. Lots were auctioned off in May 2012, hopefully allowing homes to be built soon.
There is a return to the older self-contained communities that are so popular throughout America and mirror the extremely successful city of Celebration in Orlando, Florida. Here the architectural styles of the past and matched with modern and state-of-the-art features that provide a perfect blend of the old and new.
The concept of community living in safety and having well-established groups within the community means that it's very easy to develop new friends and networks if you are a new arrival to Nashville, Tennessee.
Commercial Real Estate in Nashville is in part responsible for the growth in popularity of Nashville in the past 3 years. Once the major corporations became aware of the standard of living enjoyed by the residents of Nashville, and relatively low real estate values, the appeal was transformed into corporate relocations like Nissan, LP, Mars, etc. The positive business environment has had the trickle-down effect of producing more jobs, leading to increased demand for new housing and subdivision developments.
The new residents were attracted to move to Nashville because of the expanding job market and then spent their money as consumers within the Nashville market. This, in turn, breeds competition, which helps stimulate the demand for more commercial real estate.
Nashville, Tennessee real estate is still proving to be very attractive to out-of-state buyers. With the relocation of Nissan HQ to the Nashville area in 2007, the real estate market was given another boost and raised national awareness of this comparatively undervalued real estate market. It has also just been announced that Nashville is one of the safest real estate markets. The ranking, released by PMI Mortgage Insurance Co., says Nashville is the fourth-least risky of the nation's 50 largest housing markets. Memphis is the second least risky market, followed by Pittsburgh.
The city of Nashville is populated by about 569,805 residents, and the entire 10-county Nashville Economic Market is about 1,541,659 people strong.
Nashville is lucky to have three major teams in the world of professional sports. The Nashville Predators Hockey team has been the envy of other teams, having reached the playoffs for the last 15 seasons and making the Stanley Cup Final once!
The Tennessee Titans are now recognized as one of the better teams in the NFL and their potential continues to grow with every season.
Update: The Nashville Predators Ice Hockey team is fast becoming one of the most popular ice hockey teams in the country!
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