Nashville Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: September, 2013

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September 2013

Found 8 blog entries for September 2013.

 

Great report showing the strengthening real estate market in Nashville and Middle Tennessee 

Even more reason for you to work with the #1 RE/MAX team in Tennessee and the Official Real Estate Team of The Titans

Nashville MLS - August 2013 Market Trend Report 
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Discovering the most frightening and best haunted houses throughout Nashville can provide a fun Halloween Season. With September coming to a close and October right around the corner, it's time to start planning your haunted house choices. Here are some of the best ones ready to open for fun and frights.

Bloody Acres Haunted Woods

Found in Gallatin, this is actually a haunted forest with plenty of blood-drenched spirits and more. It's found at 318 Big Station Camp Boulevard.

Creepy Hallow Haunted Woods

Another haunted forest full of the unexpected, Creepy Hollow is full of fun. It is about 20 minutes from the city and provides a Haunted Barn, Merciless Maze, Trail of Terror, Music, Bonfires and so much more. It's perfect for the entire family and

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With Halloween coming up very soon and the fall finally arriving, it's times for colorful decorations, costumes and fun events. This is a fun time of year and for many, their favorite. Here are some of the many events happening throughout the fall in Nashville.

Here Come the Mummies - October 4th

This is a fun, scary and sexy show including The Mummies with plenty of songs. It will be held in the War Memorial Auditorium at 8pm.

Witchfinder General - October 5th

This is one of the best Movies @ Main and it will provide plenty of scary fun. With guest host Dr. Gangrene and this very popular horror movie, you can enjoy the Halloween season.

Fall Fest at The Hermitage - October 5th and 6th

Plenty of music, food, fun, history and art will be

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The Bell Witch is a legend spread throughout the state of Tennessee. Even though many of the stories out there about witches are just fictitious legends, some actually defy explanation and could be true.

About 45 miles from Nashville, there's a small town called Adams, Tennessee. This town is home to many of the old farming families and provides a large portion of the world’s dark fired tobacco. It's also home to a haunting with plenty of documentation and paranormal excitement.

This isn't just some type of ghost in a hallway that somebody spotted a few times. The stories of this so-called spirit are vicious, abusive and of one that wreaks havoc on the people around it. The legend includes John Bell and his family being abused for nearly four years by

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Making plans to see some of the bets art exhibits, showcases, plays or another ongoing event is important in Nashville. Many events sell out quickly and you don't want to miss out on the best events in the city. Here are some of the ongoing events happening in October.

30 Americans

This showcase will provide a look at some of the best African American artists of the last 30 years. It deals with many issues, such as sexual, racial and historic issues. Some of the exhibit comes from the Rubell Family Collection in Miami and the entire exhibit will include 70 works, such as photographs, videos, sculptures, paintings and more. This exhibit starts on October 11th and runs until January 12th.

Jersey Boys

Many theatergoers will go crazy for the

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When it comes to real estate, wealth and health, the city of Nashville is at the top of the list in the United States. Living in a healthy community, with a great economy is important. Relocating to Nashville, will provide a top city to live and will give you many advantages. Here's a look at the top 12 cities in the United States.

The Top 12 Cities to Live in the United States

  • Austin-Round Rock, Texas
  • Fargo, North Dakota/Minnesota
  • Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, Arkansas/Missouri
  • Provo-Orem, Utah
  • Des Moines-West Des Moines, Iowa
  • Durham-Chapel Hill, N.C.
  • San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos, Calif.
  • Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin, Tenn.
  • Billings, Mont.
  • Cheyenne, Wyo.
  • Sioux Falls, S.D.

This is based

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Nashville is unique as a city and as a way of live. Music City provides many tours, crawls, strolls and so much more. Some of the best and most interesting choices include the art tours, crawls and walks. Here are some of the top choices.

Art After Hours

A citywide art crawl happening every month, this is a chance for art lovers to enjoy art after they get off work. Some of the best art galleries participate in this monthly event on the first Thursday of every month. The best part, this is a free event!

Franklin Tour of the Arts

Franklin is full of great art and it's on display the first Friday of every month. The tour is free and you can even use the trolley for transportation for only $5.

First Saturday Art Crawl

Every month, on the first

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Found between the Cumberland River, I-40, Old Hickory Lake and Wilson County, the Hermitage Donelson community are full of history. Country Music is found throughout this area in abundance and the tourism opportunities are all throughout the area. Many of the most popular features of the Nashville area are found here including:

  • Nashville Shores
  • Percy Priest Lake
  • Buchanan Log House
  • The Hermitage - Home of former president Andrew Jackson
  • Opryland
  • And More!

Within the community, eight different neighborhoods are found including:

  • North Percy Priest
  • Opryland
  • Stewart's Ferry
  • Hermitage
  • Music Valley
  • Donelson
  • Dupont Area
  • Una
  • Old Hickory

Homes throughout the area are mainly 1950s brick-ranch style homes with plenty of new

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