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October 2015

Found 6 blog entries for October 2015.

Downtown Nashville Neighborhoods

Nashville is full of all kinds of neighborhoods that offer future and potential home buyers an array of features and community amenities to enjoy, but like most cities, some options are much more desirable than others for a wide range of reasons. And while there’s certainly more to buying a home or condo aside from where it’s located, location is still often a major factor in any decision you’ll likely make.

So, which Nashville neighborhoods stand out above the rest?

Of course opinions may vary depending on who you talk to, but for our money, here’s a short list of some of the city’s most coveted neighborhoods or communities to call home:

Downtown

Like in most major cities, living in the heart of downtown has its advantages. For anybody already

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New Construction Real Estate in Green Hills NashvilleAlthough the 10 homes that McKenzie Construction are starting in Nashville’s Green Hills neighborhood won’t get a ton of headlines, this part of the city is collectively seeing a whole lot of new development right now, with right around 40 new homes currently in the works from various home builders and developers near the intersection of Kimbark and Warfield.

So why the sudden influx on new homes to the area?

Well, aside from the available land that makes new residential development in Green Hills possible, a wide range of neighborhood amenities from restaurants and shopping sit right along Hillsboro Pike, which aid in attracting home buyers out there looking for a vibrant and convenient new place to live in Nashville.

In fact, The Mall at Green Hills,

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Nashville Population on the RiseWith Nashville likely overtaking Memphis as Tennessee’s largest city in the coming years, it shouldn’t be terribly surprising to hear that many of the city’s surrounding counties and communities are also growing just as fast, if not faster.

According to recent reports, four Middle Tennessee counties are among the fastest growing in the entire U.S., and the red hot real estate market and historically low housing inventory around the Nashville area are just another strong indicator of the recent surge in growth and population statistics.

As noted by WSMV, Williamson County has seen a 12% jump in population since 2010, making it the 34th fastest growing county in the U.S. over that timeframe. Similarly, Montgomery, Rutherford and Wilson counties are also

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Mt. Juliet Homes For Sale
More development news for suburban Nashville has surfaced, as plans for a new $160 million master planned community were recently detailed in The Tennessean. According to reports, Developer John Rochford is looking to bring close to 450 new single-family homes to a 150 acre site over in Mt. Juliet—a location that’s currently seeing a lot of job growth, not to mention a spike in home sales as well.

Being called Walden Grove, the new community offers a close proximity to I-40 and State Road 840, making it a convenient location for anybody who commutes to the city on a daily basis. In addition, local schools and low taxes are certainly a huge selling point for the Mt. Juliet community as a whole, and as for the homes inside Walden Grove, expect a nice

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Meadows at Lookaway Farms

Although the Texas housing market is red hot right now, especially around DFW and in North Texas, Houston-based Partners in Building are planning to expand into the Nashville-area market sooner rather than later. According to reports, Texas’ largest luxury custom home builder has purchased 124 homes sites in Williamson County and even negotiating for more land even beyond those 124 home sites they’ve already acquired.

Despite the luxury market in Williamson County being somewhat concentrated, it’s also one of the healthiest segments of the market right now, which certainly makes the move savvy to say the least. As noted by The Tennessean, 555 homes were sold in Williamson County for over $700,000 over the first 9 months of 2015, which accounts for 57%

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Nashville Homes For Sale with a Tennis Court

If you’re in the market for a new home in Nashville, chances are you have a pretty good idea of what you want. Depending on where you are, there’s also a fairly good chance you’ve jotted down a list of needs and wants, or perhaps have even narrowed that list down to include all your must-have essentials.

For some home buyers, characteristics like a large backyard or spacious outdoor deck are a essential part of a home, while others may prefer to have lots of garage space or extra storage higher up on the wish list. And while these are pretty basic items for some, other home buyers have preferences that are a bit more uncommon, with one of those perhaps being a private tennis court.

Tennis is a centuries-old sport and whether you’re looking for a

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