Nashville Real Estate Blog

Nashville New Construction Homes For Sale If your max budget is $800,000, don't assume you can't find plenty of great options in a few of Nashville's top neighborhoods. We elaborate below...

12 South

The neighborhood known as 12 South is packed with charming stores and meticulously restored homes. It’s also the place, though, to find some four-bedroom, new construction homes in one of Nashville’s trendiest areas for less than $800,000.

Shelby Hills

Other options for new home buyers exist within the Shelby Hills neighborhood. Many of the older homes in this area are in the process of being replaced by new construction designs, with most of them priced at less than $800,000.

Green Hills

Finally, you won’t want to pass up the opportunity to see the residential options that exist

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Nashville New Homes For Sale If you’re in the market for a new construction home, some of Nashville’s more expensive options exist with a handful of premiere communities.

Tyne Estates

Tyne Estates offers up multi-million dollar estates within a prestigious setting. The Tyne Estates community enjoys some brand new construction designs complimented by luxuries such as private wine rooms, sun rooms, high ceilings and multiple, well-appointed en-suites.

Oak Hill

The Oak Hill neighborhood also presents some estate homes, some of which are new construction designs. Also in the multi-million dollar range, the homes in Oak Hill often sit on at least one-acre of land with a large amount of square footage.

Richland Hall

A mix of luxury brownstones and estate homes, Richland

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Luxury Nashville Real Estate If you’re looking for some of Nashville’s most expensive homes, look no further than three specific areas. From large lots to sprawling square footage, the homes of these communities afford luxury living in the Nashville area.

Leipers Fork

Unincorporated Leipers Fork is a charming village filled with sweeping scenery and beautiful homes. While the historic area does contain some more affordable properties, it also includes several multi-million dollar estates, surrounded by plenty of private acreage and spectacular views.


More options exist within Laurelbrooke, a luxury community known for its large homes and stunning properties. It’s also common to find multi-million dollar residences here, with spectacular custom estate homes

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Nashville Walkable Neighborhoods With walkability in mind, some of Nashville’s most favored neighborhoods are also among the easiest to get around.

Belmont/Hillsboro Village

The Belmont area includes historic homes, restaurants and shops plus acts as home to Belmont University. With walkable Belmont Boulevard too, this neighborhood is a real favorite in the area, joined by nearby Hillsboro Village. The four-block area is renowned for its collection of restaurants, shops and boutiques, all within an easy stroll of each other.

East End

Meanwhile, another popular location exists within the East End. This walkable neighborhood is another historic area in Nashville, with many renovated homes sitting within just a few minutes of art galleries or the park.

The Gulch


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The spring season is right around the corner, and that means plenty of things are going on in Nashville this March.

Southeastern Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament- Feb 28-Mar 4

The month begins with a continuation of SEC Women’s Basketball. The tournament actually begins at the end of February, but runs through March 4 at Bridgetown Arena.

Nashville Lawn and Garden Show- March 1-4

It’s almost time to start getting your property in tip-top shape for spring, and what better way to do it than by attending the Nashville Lawn and Garden Show. The four-day event kicks of at The Fairgrounds Nashville with more than 100 vendors featuring everything from plants and seeds to gardening equipment and home décor.

MAD Bash- March 10


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Nashville Real EstateThe Nashville real estate market has been so red hot that 2017 was a record setting year in terms of the number of overall closings seen throughout Middle Tennessee. And while it’s safe to say that most of us who already call Nashville home have felt the housing market heating up for a quite some time now, others around the country have apparently also taken notice too.

At the beginning of 2017, Zillow named Nashville the hottest housing market in the country thanks to a robust job market, increasing home values, and rising income levels. But as it turns out, that was really just the beginning of countless accolades Nashville would receive all throughout the year. And to prove it, here's just a short list of what we were able to dig up…

Forbes: Best Buy

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Nashville Real Estate Market The weather hasn’t been great here in Nashville over the first couple months of the new year, which could be why it’s been a relatively slow start for the housing market in 2018.

According to new data from the Greater Nashville Realtors, January saw just 2,298 closings, which actually represents a 4.7% drop compared to January 2017.

Despite the apparent slowdown, median home prices for single-family homes in Nashville increased from $261,500 last year to $281,500 this year, while condo prices also jumped year-over-year from $184,350 to $210,098.

But while closings were down, pending sales are on the rise, going from 2,817 at the end of January 2017 to 2,951 at the end of last month.

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Nashville Real Estate Market If you’ve kept an eye on the Nashville housing market in recent months, chances are you’re already aware 2017 was a rather strong year to say the least. But just how robust was the Nashville real estate market over the last 12 months? Well, according to recently released data from the Greater Nashville Realtors, 2017 truly was a record-setting year for our local market.

When it was all said and done, Nashville saw 40,482 closings in 2017, which not only represents a 3.9% jump from 2016’s total closings but also surpasses the previous record of 40,056 closings that was set in 2006.

As for market activity in December, the number of closings actually dropped by around 1% compared to December 2017’s closings, but home prices were definitely still on the

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New Townhouse Project West End NashvilleA new townhouse project is now being planned for a West End site that was originally slated for condos. According to the Nashville Post, Nashville-based Regent Homes is looking to break ground on a 13-unit townhouse development located at the T-intersection of Long Boulevard and Burns Avenue.

Construction for the project is expected to take just 9 months, and the total project cost is estimated to be around $5.8 million.

Being called The Long and Burns Row Houses, the average price for a unit within the development is close to $450,000, which actually has quite of bit of value for the West End neighborhood. Townhomes for sale at The Long and Burns Row Houses will offer between 1,250 and 1,450 square feet of total living space, and also feature a  private,

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SoBro NeighborhoodA gleaming new residential tower is being planned for a surface parking lot that sits just off Lea Avenue and Palmer Place near the Korean Veterans Boulevard Roundabout.

As first reported by The Tennessean, plans for the the new 35-story tower, which was designed by Hastings Architecture Associates, were presented to the Metro Development and Housing Agency’s design review committee early last month, but issues with step-back requirements could potentially put the project in jeopardy.

As it stands, the beautiful L-shaped tower would actually have a relatively small footprint, but standards require a 15-foot step-back along the street frontage to be somewhere between the fourth and eighth stories on all buildings seven stories or taller.

Plans also call

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