Nashville Real Estate Blog

Eastwood Nashville Homes For SaleBack towards the beginning of the year, the East Nashville’s Eastwood neighborhood was listed as the second hottest neighborhood by Redfin, ranking only behind Chicago’s rapidly evolving Ukrainian Village. Along with a great location that’s close to downtown Nashville, Eastwood has a budding real estate market that’s recently been catching the eye of lots of millennials, investors, and anybody looking to buy low and perhaps one day sell high.

If you’re still not quite as familiar with Eastwood just yet, you might also notice it’s been a hotbed for commercial development in recent months as well. Plenty of small businesses and restaurants have already made their way to Eastwood, including 3 Crow Bar, The Nashville Biscuit House, and the Red Door Saloon

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VIBE Townhomes For SaleMore development news was reported today, as the Nashville Post just recently updated us on a brand new row house project dubbed VIBE. Located in East Nashville, the new HV Urban project will be developed on a site along Trinity Lane just one block east of Gallatin Pike and ultimately feature 38 individual residences once completed.

For now, just preliminary work to the building site is underway and groundbreaking for the row homes isn’t scheduled to start until February. Pre-sales for row homes for sale at VIBE, however, will actually begin as early as next month, and with Nashville’s market seemingly as hot as ever and inventory still alarmingly low, interested buyers are already encouraged to move quickly.

The first row house of VIBE is expected to be

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Nashville 3Q2016 Real Estate Market UpdateWith the 3rd quarter of 2016 now in the books, the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors has released updated housing statistics for the months of July, August, and September, and in just about every county throughout Middle Tennessee, residential sales were on the upswing.

In Davidson County, where of course Nashville is located, sales jumped from 7,682 in the third quarter of 2015 to 7,948 in the third quarter of this year; while residential sales in nearby Williamson and Rutherford counties, sales increased from 4,046 to 4,098 and 4,252 to 4,585 total sales respectively.

With inventory continuing to slide and more home buyers still looking to take advantage of historically low mortgage rates, home prices all over Middle Tennessee were also on the

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Nashville Real Estate Market UpdateWhile the number of home closings only increased by a slight 0.8% in September, the Middle Tennessee market is still seeing a 4.4% increase in year-to-date closings, according to recently released numbers from The Greater Nashville Association of Realtors. The most current figures now have 29,372 closings recorded for 2016, which compared to the end of September of last year, is up from 28,252. 

As the busier fall season starts to slow down, the minimal gain is actually somewhat expected, and with 2016 also being an election year, the market leveling of slightly was more than expected by many industry pros and economists. But even with year-over-year sales for the month of September essentially remaining the same, the low inventory and constant rise in

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Eastland Avenue Homes For SaleRunning almost right through the middle of the budding East Nashville neighborhood, Eastland Avenue is quickly establishing a reputation as being one of the coolest places to live in town. Loaded with historic bungalows and craftsman-stye houses, Eastland Avenue features the kind of curb appeal so many Nashville home buyers are after during their home search, not to mention easy and quick access to Gallatin Avenue, which runs directly into the heart of downtown Nashville.

Right at about Eastland Avenue and Chapel Avenue is a nice little collection of cafes, shops, and eateries, and the same can be said for just a little bit further up the street at Eastland Avenue and Porter Road. Other nearby amenities include the Shelby Golf Course, which is just south

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Roxy Theatre NashvilleAlthough the charming little neighborhood of McFerrin Park has been a bit slower to develop than many of its neighboring communities, it’s quickly becoming a more popular destination for young and entry-level home buyers to consider in today’s crazy Nashville real estate market. All throughout McFerrin Park you’ll find a pleasant mix of independent bars, restaurants, and specialty shops, while residential development is also starting to pick up steam in the area as more locals are beginning to recognize the neighborhood’s huge potential. 

As you might recall, McFerrin Park is also home to the historic and long-vacant Roxy Theater, which was just recently labeled one of Nashville’s most endangered historic buildings. According to recent reports,

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Wedgewood-Houston Real EstateA Nashville developer is proposing a dynamic new residential project that would bring 90 units to the city’s up-and-coming Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood if approved. But unlike your standard multi-unit complex, FMBC Investments is hoping to implement a rather unique design into the fold, ultimately building the new complex using repurposed shipping containers. 

Although specific details about the new shipping container development are still unclear, developers have said they hope to include studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom floor plans, with pricing likely to be more affordable than most new construction condos and apartments thanks to the unconventional design. 

It is worth noting, however, that despite Nashville’s very limited inventory of

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Wedgewood-Houston & The NationsIf you’re someone who already lives in Nashville and might just be looking to upgrade your home or perhaps just wants a change of scenery, chances are you’re already somewhat familiar with many of the city’s most sought-after neighborhoods and communities. Locations like Germantown, 12 South, and The Gulch have long topped the wish lists of home and condo buyers looking for the perfect new place to call home in Nashville, but what about lesser known neighborhoods that might present some better, more affordable options?

As a city that’s full of great neighborhoods and places to live, there’s more to the Nashville landscape than just a few “hotspots” so-to-speak. And if your someone who might be looking to buy low and one day sell high, here’s a quick

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1st North Townhomes For SaeNow, with the month of June fully in the rear-view mirror, these modern luxury townhouses neatly situated in Nashville’s McFerrin Park are nearly ready for delivery. 

Located at the intersection of Dickerson and Evanston Avenue, 1st North townhouse offer three levels, as mentioned above, as well as polished concrete flooring on the main level, spa-quality bathrooms, ample closet space, and rooftop terraces with sprawling views of downtown Nashville. Inside, potential buyers can also expect plenty of additional luxury finishes and features, and perhaps the best part about 1st North—the competitive pricing of each townhouse residences, which starts below $300,000. 

For a closer look at active townhouses for sale at 1st North, check out any of the

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Nashville Real Estate NewsIt’s official—Nashville and the rest of Middle Tennessee has the nation’s strongest residential market; at least according to researchers at Freddie Mac. 

As we enter the middle of the summer—what’s usually a slow time in real estate—reflecting back on the crazy spring we saw revealed just how robust Nashville real estate has been in recent months. Statistics show the Nashville’s Multi-Indicator Market Index reading was 99.9 in April and 98.3 in March, which equates to a massive 12% jump from those same months in 2015. 

To further demonstrate how red hot the Nashville real estate market has been over the first half of 2016, we only ranked 8th at the end of 2015 using these same metrics, ultimately showing just how quickly the Nashville Metro Area

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