Market Update + New Brokerage

August was hot, and the market cooled ever so slightly. As you can see, inventory is still down so it is still a Seller’s market and will be for the foreseeable future, but not as overheated as we saw this Spring between mid-March and mid-May. This is giving Buyers a chance to breathe a bit … Continue Reading

2021 Half Done + Honey Update

It’s hard to believe 2021 is half done – it’s been moving too fast for me! The market is rebalancing a little bit (finally!) as this time of year is usually a little slower with travel etc… but inventory is still low, albeit increasing gradually. As you can see from the graphic above…we are still … Continue Reading

Yes, It IS That Crazy Out There.

I’ve been meaning to write for awhile, but the market is in such a state that I was not sure where to begin? What is happening nationally, is intensified here in Nashville at a more exacerbated level. You’ve probably already heard, there is an inventory shortage, driving competition among buyers to a level that is … Continue Reading

Happy New Year + 2019 Recap

2019 was another record-breaking year in the Nashville real estate market. While other markets are experiencing a slight cooling-off as predicted by now, Nashville is still holding strong. Corporate relocations to the area are creating more jobs and bringing more people here in general. The statistics on the top states gaining residents – surprise – … Continue Reading

Late Summer Update + Honey Harvest

I know, it’s been a minute since I last updated you. The Nashville market is still strong despite some recent economic indicators that things might be shifting over the next 18 months. If that indeed comes to pass, I think Nashville’s low unemployment rate will help us weather changes better than other markets. July numbers … Continue Reading

May News + Tasting Collective

How’s the market in the metropolitan Nashville area? Still hot. The good news for buyers is that the inventory is up, allowing them more choices, and less of what I call the “thunderdome” experience in bidding on properties. It was record breaking month in the number of sales, prices are up vs last year, and … Continue Reading

September News + STRP Buildings + Watermelon Juice

Market Data for the Greater Nashville Area, (includes Davidson, Cheatham, Dickson, Maury, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson and Wilson counties) is HERE. Prices continue to rise, and currently we are seeing a 7% increase in the residential median sales price over 2017. Condominium median sales prices are up nearly 10% over last year.   So what’s … Continue Reading

April News + Spring Cleaning

Multiple Spring breaks are over, so I expect April numbers to jump a fair bit. March was already picking up steam despite the school holidays, yet buyers still felt a slowdown of new listings. Market stats for Davidson County are here, Williamson County are here.