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March 2012

Found 6 blog entries for March 2012.

2011 turned out to be a great year for The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Elite.

With 25 agents the teams production climbed to just over $65,000,000 in terms of value of the homes sold in Nashville. This was a production figure that was recently recognised by RE/MAX at the RE/MAX convention in Las Vegas in March 2012. 

One of the awards that The Ashton Real Group was hoping to be considered for was the Top 100 teams in the USA. We had previously been 98 in the USA but were hpoing this year to make it in to the Top 50. As it turns out we were placed at #25 in the Top 25 RE/MAX real estate teams in the USA!!!

The good news for our team is that there were no other teams from TN in the top 100 so I think that we can safely assume that we can say

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Perhaps the major benefit for the consumer in the internet age is the wealth of data that is available online. This means that anyone can start collecting information and compiling reports that can be very informative and provide excellent guidance about the real estate market trends.

 

The down side with all the data is that some times the source of the information is not always clear and the picture can be skewed to produce different results and also the site may just be providing information as a way of capturing information about a user to then sell to a 3rd party associated with real estate such as a mortgage company or an individual realtor. Some companies will sell the same information to more than one realtor so as to triple their revenues and

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A message from Jennifer Wray of The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Elite, the #1 RE/MAX real estate yeam in Nashville and Tennessee as well as being in the Top 25 RE/MAX Real Esstate teams in the USA!

This week I showed properties in West Nashville to a First Time Home buyer for the second go around and showing property onSaturday to a couple in the Gallatin area.

It's definitely getting busier now in Nashville as I see properties becoming unavailable pretty quick when just listed. BUYERS need to start moving quicker when deciding on a home.

The Nashville Market is starting to pick up!

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Here is a piece of news sent out by the Tennessee Association of Realtors to its realtor members but it reflects the growing sense of optimism amongst the realtors I know in Nashville TN that the buyers are really starting to realise that there has never been a better time to buy a home.

The means that there will be more and more buyers going after that one home that is "perfect" and is well priced and has all the signs of a well maintained homes as well as not having any clutter, deferred maintainace and all the other aspects that need to be taken into account when listing a home.

The quote below is based on the feed back from the National Association of Realtors which has around 4000 members. I can tell you that the 32 members of The Ashton Real

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Message from Melissa Raymond of The Ashton Real Estate Group.

"I have acquired about 8 new clients, wrote 3 contracts, fighting for a short sale with the VP's and supervisors at Chase Bank on a White House home, and helped a client draw blueprints for their new home to be built soon. Pricing ranging from 95k to 350k"

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Great start to Spring. 2 closings this week with Brand Mortgage, who rescued one deal for me and did a great job closing another on time. Armando, Dana, and Sandra deserve a lot of credit for the job they do.  

Two closings for next week totaling about $1.5mil closed in a two week period.  

Plenty of buyers are being more engaging due to the nice weather and brightened economic forecast.  

Writing a commercial lease this weekend.

Looking forward to a sunny spring and to turning Nashville into Ca$hville.

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