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Tennessee’s housing report showed the state “did experience a strong first quarter of 2020,” but the report’s author cautions that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic disruptions that followed won’t be clearer until subsequent reports.
The McEwen Northside Signature Apartments in Cool Springs are now leasing for August 2020 move-ins. Centrally located at 4015 Aspen Grove Drive, the complex offers luxury units just steps away from greenspace, eateries, shopping and salon services at McEwen Northside, a vibrant, 45-acre, mix…
Real estate, like most every industry, is changing with the times, embracing the digital world, looking for ways to create new methods to better serve clients.
Local Realtor Maxwell Britton with Luxury Homes of Tennessee (luxuryhomesoftennessee.com) is coming up on $10 million in sales this year in just his second year in real estate.
Fridrich & Clark Realty recently announced 11 experienced brokers and Realtors, including longtime Nashville-area brokers and past Realtors of the Year Tommy Patterson and Richard Courtney, have joined the firm, according to Steve Fridrich and Whit Clark, owners and managing partners.
The Williamson County Association of REALTORS® celebrated its Board of Directors Installation on Nov. 15 at The Barn at Sycamore Farms.
After completing its first round of home construction in the nature-centered, family-oriented community, Stephens Valley has received its first residents.
Located in the heart of Brentwood, this colonial-style home in the Foxboro neighborhood has recently had a price improvement and is now being offered at $699,900.
A new mixed-use “smart-growth” development, Carothers Crossing West, has been proposed for the northwest quadrant of Carothers Parkway and Liberty Pike that would bring enhanced urban life to Cool Springs, offering apartments aimed at professionals and retail, commercial, and office space as…
Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander said Friday that while he and President Donald Trump are aligned on many issues, the two Republicans are sharply divided when it comes to the tariffs the president recently imposed on key trading partners Canada, Mexico and the European Union.
Developer Brad Knolle, executive vice president of Embrey, recently visited the construction site of The Retreat at Iron Horse, a luxury multi-unit development located at the corner of Mack Hatcher on the north and Franklin Road on the east.
The Jones Company, a Nashville-based home builder, recently announced the construction of two new Nolensville neighborhoods: Brooksbank Estates and The Woods at Burberry Glen.
Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC announced on April 3 Zeitlin & Co., Realtors in Tennessee is the newest member of its global network and will now operate as Zeitlin Sotheby's International Realty.
Williamson County Association of REALTORS® (WCAR) held their inaugural Celebration of Excellence on Feb. 24 in the ballroom of the Cool Springs Marriott.
The National Association of Realtors® has announced that Lance Dammeyer, a loan originator with First Community Mortgage, from Brentwood, has become a “Sterling R. Major” investor in the Realtors® Political Action Committee.
Crye-Leike Real Estate Services recently announced Lorie Layman as sales manager for the Brentwood branch office located at 5111 Maryland Way.
Castle Homes is pleased to return to the Nashville Parade of Homes and present a stunning Contemporary English Country home with the help of a team of award-winning creatives.
Happy Tales Humane has closed its location in Berry Farms, where it moved to three years ago after having been located inside The Factory of Franklin since 2002.
Williamson County home sales maintained a steady pace in June and increased for the fourth consecutive month this year, while facing continued low inventory levels that slowed year-over-year growth by 3.3 percent, according to Lisa Wurth, 2017 president of the Williamson County Association o…
With Tennessee boasting the fifth lowest cost of living in the nation and no tax on wages and salaries, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report identifying 2017’s Best Places to Raise a Family in Tennessee.