I have double the stats for you this month since I failed to get out a November newsletter! Here are Davidson county market reports for October, and November, and Williamson county market reports for October and November. At our sales meeting this week, there were very few upcoming listings, as the market winds into low gear for the Holidays.
Lots of news to share this month! The vote was delayed on STRPs until January, so many investors are sitting on the sidelines to see what this will mean for their plans to buy and run STRPs, and many neighbors hope the new compliance hotline will help in the meantime. For a recap on what STRPs are … Continue Reading
Many of us are seeing a some softening in certain areas of town, and in certain price points, but you wouldn’t really know it from these numbers. Stats for August are as follows. Davidson County Home sales prices in Nashville and Davidson County continued climbing through the summer. The total number of units sold in … Continue Reading
I didn’t do a newsletter in July, since so many of us are on the go, avoiding screens, and enjoying Summer! I have the market numbers for July, which are still marking increases over the same time last year. Davidson County The total number of units sold in July were up 1% while average home … Continue Reading
School’s Out, Summer is here, and it’s a busy time in Nashville! This month we note the strongest May market on record, an artisan bonanza, and an easy Summer salad.
Good morning! Monthly stats, bohemian vibes in Franklin, and a cricket match are the highlights for this month! As always, let’s do the numbers first.
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 … Continue Reading
Happy 2017 everyone! I hope we are ready, because there’s a lot ahead!