Hello! This month, we have our monthly stats, (no slowdown yet) some FAQs/refresher tips on first time home buying, and a Spring recipe to get us in the spirit of the season amid the green pollen film currently falling all over EVERYTHING.
The market stats for February show continued growth in Nashville and surrounding areas. The jump in $1 million plus sales in Williamson County vs. 2016 is notable, with new construction accounting for some of these gains.
Happy February! The Nashville market seems to be back in the swing of things already, as I have joked that January is the new March. The number of new listings each week has been climbing rapidly, with sellers hoping to beat out the glut of Spring activity and offer up their homes while there is […]
Happy 2017 everyone! I hope we are ready, because there’s a lot ahead!
November is flying by. Thanksgiving seemed ages away, and now it’s next week! Here are last month’s numbers, a pop up flea market, and my new favorite side dish for Thanksgiving.
I did not manage to write a newsletter last month, as I have been working on a new website with better search capabilities, and re-branding with a new logo! I hope you like it. I’m still with Village, but purple was never my best color.
Some of us are heading into the second week of school, others are soaking up the last stretch of Summer holidays, and most of us are ready for some cooler weather!
As I help my parents sort through 50+ years of a shared life together, I find myself thinking of others at this same crossroads. Through the course of our lives, housing needs inevitably change. What used to be termed “downsizing” has become “rightsizing” as some seniors may opt for more square footage than they previously […]
I recently shared this photo on my new Facebook business page, and it’s a great example of the housing issue we are seeing in what used to be our “starter home” neighborhoods. When 800 sf cottages are now selling in the mid $200s often needing significant improvements, the market is forcing our first time buyers into […]
We’re coming up on high wedding season, which in Nashville means bachelorettes on pedal taverns, and Airbnb rentals spiking through the roof. Nashville has become a mecca for both. What does that mean for our city, or for any of us personally?