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The #1 RE/MAX Team in TN

The Ashton Real Estate Group has been the #1 RE/MAX team in Tennessee for the past 3 years

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If you are searching for a home in the Middle Tennessee area, and especially in the Greater Nashville real estate market, you are probably aware that the real estate market is "hot!!!"

Listing Updates

Most of the real estate websites can update you with a new listing, when it comes on the market, but the downside is that the home that was listed at 11:00am doesn't get sent to you as a new listing until later that evening when the site updates. 

Instant Alerts

When you're searching in a real estate market that is truly a sellers market, the best way to get the up to the minute information, is to work with one of the agents at The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Elite who have the ability to switch your search from a daily update to "Instant

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Best Restaurants, Tea Houses and Coffee Shops in East Nashville

The food and coffee scene of the area is one major reason why people are moving here!

East Nashville is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in the greater Nashville community. With the real estate skyrocketing, from the outside, people may be wondering, why East Nashville? What is it about that neighborhood? With the crime high in the not so distant past, many people, even Nashville Natives, never made their way to the other side of the Shelby Street Bridge until now. What's the reason for East Nashville Condos suddenly becoming a desirable form of living as opposed to the traditional "historic" and older homes found here?

East Nashville Home Value: Why the shift?

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Did you know owning a home in Nashville is a great idea for many reasons? Nashville actually has one of the strongest markets in the nation.  Nashville is seeing new construction booming, no signs of a market slowdown and homeowners are finding owning way more affordable than renting. For these and many reasons, it’s a huge benefit to own a home in Nashville. Let’s look at what people are buying in Nashville.

Financial Benefits of Owning Your Home

Buying a home in Nashville is going to allow homeowners to increase the appreciation on the value of their home by a leverage factor. Housing is one leveraged investment available.

If you are going to have to pay rent or a mortgage, why not make it a mortgage? Owners pay debt service to pay down their

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Watertown, Tennessee is a town that first came to be in the late 1700s. It’s a small community located in southeastern Wilson County near the DeKalb and Smith County lines.  The county of Wilson is the second highest median income in the state and is in Tennessee’s top five for most affluent counties. Here is what life is like in the town of Watertown, Tennessee.

Things to Do

In Watertown, Tennessee, you will find plenty of businesses and things to do. There are a city library located downtown on public square and a drive-in theatre that is very popular among locals. People from neighboring communities visit just to enjoy the drive-in theatre. There are dozens of businesses situated in Watertown including family-owned businesses and franchises like

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Music Row is an area in downtown Nashville, Tennessee where country, gospel and Christian music industry businesses are situated. Music Row is thought to be the heart of Nashville’s entertainment industry and many record labels and recording studios live here.

While Music Row property used to be the coveted place for musicians and those in the industry, the area is evolving. Music sales have declined and record labels are becoming obsolete. Due to this change, Music Row property is going to be developing into more of a midtown landscape rather than music center.

What to Expect

One business that will be making its way out is the RCA building on 17th Avenue. Since it costs $5.1 million to preserve it, the tenants of this building will be out by the

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Nashville Predators MascotMost people are familiar with the Nashville Predators' Mascot, the Saber-tooth Tiger called Gnash. It represents the Prehistoric era and what the King Carnivore may have looked like with its long canine teeth. Here is the story behind the Nashville Predators Mascot.

History of the Saber-tooth

The first remains of this creature called the Smilodon, a word for Knifetooth, were found in 1842 in Brazil. As the 1900s approached, the Los Angeles, California area had come up with almost 2000 of these Smilodon skulls in the La Brea Tar Pits of the city. Remains were being found in both North and South America.

In Downtown Nashville in 1971, workers excavating the First American Bank Complex’s foundation came across a cave system from the prehistoric era.

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This home is located in the gated golf course community in Brentwood TN called The Governors Club. The property was built in 2005 and was originally sold in the mid 700's. 

Click here for the full information and MLS listing page 18 Missionary Drive

The Governors Club is one of the few gated with manned security guards that add to the appeal of this subdivision for some of the higher profile living in the Nashville area. Past residents have included major country music stars such as Carrie Underwood, other local celebs from the sporting world from The Titans and The Predators.

The location within Brentwood gives residents easy access to I65 and means that local shopping in Cool Springs, Green Hills and Brentwood itself are all just minutes away.

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Another benefit of being on the #1 #RealEstate team in #Tennessee is the awesome training that we provide through coaching with Caryn Yates and Dirk Zeller of Real Estate Champions and having one of the best mortgage professionals in Tennessee, Armando SanMiguel of AmerisBank, the official mortgage bank of TAREG.

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On April 21st 2014 the Williamson County School Board unanimously approved the district’s zoning proposal. This re-zoning was sparked by extensive growth in Williamson County and the building of three new schools expected to open in 2016.

The new schools, Mill Creek Elementary, Mill Creek Middle, and Nolensville High, will share a campus off York Road. According to Williamson County Schools, Mill Creek Elementary School will open with kindergarten through fifth grades. Mill Creek Middle School will open with sixth through eighth grades, and Nolensville High School will open to only freshmen and sophomores.

The re-zoning for these schools falls within the current Ravenwood High School zone and all its feeder schools within a part of Brentwood and all of

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Awesome video from Australia. Cat and dog trainer Robert Dollwet created a fantastic video with underwater cameras, dogs-eye-views, and cat-eye-views, all synched up to Happy by Pharrell Williams.

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Keep watching for more Happy can and dog videos!

As you know, a home is not a home without a dog, so if you need to find a new home for your dog just use our state of the art website to search for all the homes listed for sale in middle Tennessee. www.NashvillesMLS.com

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