Nashville Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: July, 2010

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July 2010

Found 5 blog entries for July 2010.

The Greater Nashville Association of Realtors (GNAR) recently announed that home sales for the month of June 2010 were up 15.5% to 2,416 closings compared to June 2009 (2,091). For the second quarter 2010, closings increased 24.7% over the same period in 2009, from 5,478 closings to 6,831. Following a similar pattern, the mid-year results for 2010 showed a jump of 19.3% in closings vs. the first 6 months of 2009 (11,023 closings from 9,240).

Single Family Home Sales Statistics for June 2010

 

  Closed  648 Properties Found for Areas 1-8 (Nashville)
  Square Feet Bedrooms Full Baths Half Baths List Price Sales Price Days on Market
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I was invited by Scott McIntosh of MusikPitch (a new start up company for generating original music for businesses and individuals) to see a presentation about improving your presentations by Scotty Schwertly. His company is based in Nashville and recently moved here and has helped fuel the recent growth in tech related businesses based in Nashville. His company is called Ethos3 and I would highly recommend going to see his presentation if you get the opportunity. It's definitely an eye opener and a great way to approach and revise your own presentations.

ESpaces.com in Nashville TN

The venue for the event was at a new concept for the business world called ESpaces, which really brings the concept of the virtual business world up to date with a

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Nashville and Southern Land Set Yet Another St. Jude Fundraising Record
The Middle Tennessee Dream Home campaign has raised a record-breaking $1,699,500 for the internationally recognized children’s research hospital. Thanks again to all who have supported this terrific cause. Given the challenges presented by the recent floods, it’s an accomplishment of which everyone involved can feel very proud of.
Pearre Creek will open this August, welcoming a whole host of West Franklin students.
  Pearre Creek Elementary
It’s almost back to school time, and Pearre Creek Elementary is scheduled to open this fall, welcoming students from across West Franklin. A school in Westhaven has been an
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There was a report just released that shows the effect of over investment in condo developments in the Miami area had disastrous results for some investors but every cloud can have a silver lining!

In the boom time for real estate, much like the rest of the USA and the world, the supply of 'qualified' buyers was seemingly endless. With this unprecedented demand for property, developers and investors realized that if they build it, they will buy. Things were going well and developments were being approved and built all over the country. Nashville TN was different in this regard. The traditionally under appreciated downtown area in Nashville, in terms of residential occupancy, was seen as huge potential for the emerging condo market.

The Gulch

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With the advent of the web it became clear that there were certain products that really did lend themselves to becoming very popular with the public.

Searching for homes online soon became the easiest way for a buyer to search for a new home and area information. Being able to sit in front of your computer in say Atlanta and consider a move to Nashville and be able to view the homes available is the major factor in bringing the number of people starting their search online for homes to close to 95%!

As the technology of the home search functionality increases it has become easier and easier to buy a home with out ever seeing the home. An example of the depth of research you can do on just one property can be seen HERE

From the video you can see

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