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It is an exciting time of the year in Nashville with the start of Football, hunting, the turning of the leaves, and anticipation of the holiday season. Whether times or good or bad for your family the fall season is one that will warm the heart and bring families together. From our family to yours we wish you the best through this wonderful time of the year.
Though the market has been slow throughout the past few months, closings have picked up over the past few weeks as many buyers have been trying to close their homes in the during the Spring Break period. It is an interesting time in the market which may tell alot about what lies in the future for the real estate values. Whether your in the market or not you should pay close attentions to what happens this winter.
Smyrna Tennessee has experienced a boom in commercial and residential growth over the past 10 years and much attention has kind of left the area over the past few years due to lags in the residential market. However recently it has been one of the hottest areas of town in fact values for Smyrna has actually risen slightly over the past few month and likewise the supply of homes has dropped. This should help the market continue to grow over the next few years.
Goodlettsville, Tennessee is one of the less unheralded suburbs of Nashville is making a come back and has had better recent sales numbers that many of the other cities around Middle Tennessee. Goodlettsville offers an incredible value for the price per square foot of neighboring area as has recently caught the eye of many local real estate investors and first time home buyers looking for a great buy. If you are looking to purchase in Middle Tennessee and need space at an affordable price then you should check out a few Goodlettsville and you might end up finding a deal that you just cannot pass up.
While most people that first move to Middle Tennessee undoubtedly look to Williamson County for top notch homes and communities, many of which generally look to Brentwood, Franklin, and sometimes Thompson Station but many newbies to the are do not consider Nolensville which a supurb are just to the south/east of Brentwood and east of Franklin. Nolensville offer easy access to downtown, Murfreesboro, and 840. It is also just to the north of one of the area’s popular attraction, Arrington Vinyards.
Probably the best selling areas of 2012 in Middle Tennessee is the to the Southeast of downtown namely in the cities of Antioch, Smyrna, and LaVergne which have been more than doubling the sales in comparison to other areas of Middle Tennessee. This is a hot spot for investors and first time homebuyers alike namely because of the low price point. If I were looking into this area, I would pay special attention to Smyrna and LaVergne because of potential future growth and proximity to both Nashville and Murfreesboro.
Due to the increasing commercial interest and soon to be connection of the West leg of 840, Fairview has been getting an increasing amount of attention from home buyers in the area. Many large businesses have showing interest in the area and the local planning commissions expect to see a influx of local jobs in this area over the next 5 years,
Maybe one of the most sought after and upscale communities in the middle Tennessee area is Inglehame Farms which is located in a prime and easily accessible areas right off of McEwen. If you are looking for a great buy in Brentwood, you really should check out this community. To search for homes in this community, click the link above or you might also want to search for foreclosures.
Many homebuyers in the greater Nashville are seriously considering Smyrna as this sub-market presents incredible opportunity for those on a budget. Also with the recent commercial growth in the are there is an overwhelming number of new shops and dining in close proximity to most of the newer communities. One of the more popular and larger subdivisions in Smyrna is Woodmont .
If your are looking for a bargain in the Middle Tennessee area you might want to consider Thompson Station as an option. Located in Williamson County just to the south of Franklin, TN, Thompson Station offers one of the best buys for the middle price range in the area. Real Estate in Thompson Station is much lower than neighboring cities to the north of Brentwood and Franklin. If you want Williamson Co. schools and don’t want to overpay, you should really check out Thompson Station.