Nashville Real Estate Blog

Nashville Homes Under $400,000Nashville is a city of neighborhoods that make up a fantastically fun music scene filled with legendary country music stars, hot up-and-coming acts, and a nightlife scene that ranges from boot stompin' honky tonks to sleek night clubs. Nashville, America’s Music City, is also filled with amazing homes and if you’re searching for one for $400K or less, the following areas are places to you need to check out. 

Harpeth Valley Park

Harpeth Valley Park, located near Harpeth Knoll Park and Harpeth Valley Golf Course,  is a neighborhood in Nashville that has a variety of single family home styles. The area features mostly midsize homes that are competitively priced, therefore, you'll have multiple options this area that meet the under $400k price point.

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Demonbreun Street Nashville Real EstateDemonbreun Hill is a small area of town located just South of Downtown Nashville. The neighborhood, which has seen an explosion in urban revitalization the last five years is absolutely packed with energy and activity. Living near Demonbreun Street is ideal for residents that enjoy an active nightlife scene and want to be able to walk to Downtown, Midtown and The Gulch areas of Nashville. The neighborhood is filled with fun hotspots, such as the Tin Roof, a long-time favorite among the locals.

Restaurants and bars with huge outdoor patios, and a variety of cuisines, line am entire quarter mile stretch of the Demonbreun area. With all the development since 2014, the area is rich with living options. A couple notable developments are; Rhythm, an upscale

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Despite the national housing market cooling off for much of 2019, recent statistics are showing that it still may be more affordable to rent than to buy here in Nashville. According to real estate analysis firm ATTOM Data Solutions, renting a three-bedroom apartment is currently cheaper than owning an average priced single-family dwelling in the Music City right now, which is making it hard for young and first-time home buyers to finally make a move. 

Although buying still means you’ll still be building equity and will eventually get that back, here is the breakdown mentioned for the Nashville area specifically:

  • Average monthly rent in Nashville for a 3-bedroom apartment - $1,550.
  • Average priced home for $260,000 in Nashville with 3 percent
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Nashville Tudor Style HomesThe greater Nashville area offers a wide variety of houses featuring Tudor Architecture. Tudor style homes feature pitched roof lines, narrow windows and exposed framing. Below are three of the top areas to look if you are interested in purchasing this uniquely elegant type of Nashville home. 

Hillsboro Village

Hillsboro Village is located between Belmont University and Vanderbilt University, so it’s no surprise that it’s one of the most walkable neighborhoods in Nashville. While you’re out walking, you’ll want to stop at the Belcourt Theatre, a theater house featuring classic, indie, and foreign films, musical performances, and live theater shows. Residents of Hillsboro Village enjoy over 25 bars and restaurants including Nashville staples like

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Pre-sales have already started for phase 1 of a one-of-a-kind community in Goodlettsville. The uniquely designed Dry Creek Cottages sit close to Downtown Nashville, with the added advantage of fully fenced-in yards and a low-maintenance lifestyle. 

The new construction cottages generally include at least 1,400 square feet of living space, with three-bedrooms and 2.5-baths. A majority of the homes start priced in the high $200,000s, with some of the largest floor plans currently priced in the low $300,000s.

New buyers can expect to find such desirable features with the homes as back and side porches for outdoor living and entertaining. Buyers are still able to select from finishes with the homes but can expect to find such high-end inclusions as

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From its location to its floor plans, there’s plenty to enjoy about living at Harpeth Springs Village. If you’re in the market right now, we have three great reasons to buy a townhome in the community.

The advantage of new construction is one reason to buy a home in Harpeth Springs Village. The attractive new townhomes are designed with brick and stone on the outside and modern finishes on the inside.

The townhomes also offer plenty of space to fit your lifestyle needs. With three-bedrooms and two-baths, buyers can expect to find around 1,400 square feet of living space and a private garage.

Finally, you’re sure to enjoy the location. Harpeth Springs Village sits in Bellevue, making for a short commute into Downtown Nashville. The property also

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Charlotte Park Nashville TNThere’s plenty to love about Nashville’s Charlotte Park, but we’ve narrowed it down to just three great reasons you’ll want to call the area home...

The Location 

To begin with, the community’s location can’t be beat. Just minutes from downtown, the neighborhood also enjoys its own park for outdoor recreation, plus easy access to local shopping and dining.   

The Housing Styles

Another great reason to move to Charlotte Park is its range of home styles. The area offers a variety of more established homes, including your choice of everything from a remodeled mid-century charmer to a new construction, single-family home or townhome. 

The Affordability

Finally, you’ll surely enjoy the price point. While developers have their eye on Charlotte

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Looking for an affordable home in Nashville this summer season? Our short list of where to begin your search below...

Cottage Park

One great place to begin your search is Cottage Park. Built up along a single street close to downtown, the community offers two-story cottages with wrap-around front porches under $400,000. The community also offers the advantage of a nearby walking trail and a dog park.  

East Nashville 

Another location to search is East Nashville. A similar price point affords a more established cottage with plenty of character. Choose from a home with more modern updates or a property with room to make your own.

Rows at The Annex

For a new construction townhouse, take your search to Rows at The Annex. Situated on

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Nashville Area Townhomes For SaleTownhomes are in high-demand among today's active home buyers and if you're planning to be on the hunt for a fabulous new townhouse of your own in 2019, we have a few ideas in mind that may be the perfect place to begin your search. 

Mariners Cove- Gallatin, TN

Close to shopping and dining, Mariners Cove in Gallatin sits right on the lakefront. This new community is also next to Gallatin Marina, with upscale townhomes complete with large floor plans and covered outdoor space.

100 Thompson- Nashville, TN

The 100 Thompson community in Nashville sits just a few miles from the downtown area, plus close to some major sites and attractions. Buyers have their choice of two- or three-bedroom townhomes, some of which include garage parking and rooftop

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Nashville-area housing data for April has been released by the Greater Nashville Realtors, and it was a pretty good month to say the least. Overall home sales jumped 1.8%, which was welcoming to read coming off one of the slower months we’ve seen in quite sometime in March. 

According to the numbers, last month saw 3,479 closings in all, which represents a new record for the month of April. 

Both single-family homes and condos saw a slight uptick in median sold price last month as single-family homes went from $295,000 in April of 2018 to $306,970 last month, and condos from $222,750 to $229,900.  

Inventory is also up quote a bit, which should be a welcome sign for buyers. At the end of April, 11,762 homes, condos, and lots sat on the market,

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