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Nashville is one of the most important real estate markets in the United States today. It may not be the first city thought of when you consider high valued homes and fast sales growth, but Nashville is getting a lot of attention. What many people do not realize is that it is not just young professionals moving into this community. Primarily driven by news of Nashville’s thriving technology market, this community certainly does appeal to the millennial buyer, however it is also growing in demand for a different group – those who are retiring.

Why Retire in Nashville?

There are in fact many reasons to buy a home in Nashville. It is estimated that this city will see more than one million people moving into the metro area over the next 20 years. And,

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Nashville is a large city with an even larger metro area. Keeping this in mind, it is apparent that you really do have a wide range of neighborhoods to consider when it comes to buying a home in the area. For many people however, that decision is an easy one. It is all about the downtown area. Downtown Nashville has become the place to be for many reasons. As you take a look at the various opportunities for you when it comes to buying a home here, see why so many people are considering this large and vibrant downtown community to be the ideal place to live.

Downtown Nashville Condo Balcony View at Night

Downtown Nashville Condo Balcony View at Night | Image Provided by RealTracs

Why Go Downtown For A Home?

The Downtown area of the city has seen a significant transformation in the last few

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Nashville continues to be a shining star when it comes to real estate. If you are planning to buy a home here, or you are planning to sell your home, it pays to follow the local area’s real estate trends. Now that October 2016 is "in the books," let's review some of the trends we saw in Nashville Real Estate. Nashville’s real estate market continued to show improvement and progress through the month. These figures can help you to make the best buying decision or selling decision for your needs.

East Nashville Home in the Fall

East Nashville Home | Image Provided by RealTracs

Key Factors Impacting the Nashville Market

Nashville is a large real estate market. At the end of October, there were about 1700 homes for sale in Nashville. Additionally, about 420 of those homes were

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Buying a home is a big decision, and one that takes a lot of financial commitment to make. There is no doubt that many people have put off buying a home in the area because they worry about the long term implications, not to mention the ability to find their ideal home. If you are thinking about buying a home in Nashville, it is important to get your finances in order before you start looking. Nashville and the surrounding areas offer a wide range of home styles, accommodating a range of budget options as well. Many people are able to find a home that’s right for them, but only you can decide whether or not it is time for YOU to buy.

Nashville Home for Sale

Cozy Nashville Home With Decorated Front Porch | Image Provided by RealTracs

The Cost of Renting a Home vs. The

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There’s a lot of good happening in the Nashville real estate market. You’re sure to find the real estate market here is exactly what you want and need it to be. There are areas of very affordable housing, and regions where homes are breaking the highest market values that the area has seen in a long time. The condo market is hot as well, especially in the downtown neighborhoods. Before you decide to buy a home here, there are a few things you should know about the market and what it has to offer to you.

Condo in The Gulch Nashville

Condo in The Gulch, Nashville | Image Provided by RealTracs

Recognize the Seller’s Market

It’s important to know that most of Nashville is in a seller’s market. Inventory isn’t as high as it used to be, and prices are on the way up because

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Buying a home in Nashville can be an exciting opportunity. This is a community full of outstanding amenities, good schools, and numerous family friendly neighborhoods. It’s unique in that it has dozens of smaller neighborhoods each with their own quirks and lifestyles. As you take the time to consider all that Nashville has to offer to you and the many opportunities you’ll find here, it pays to get to know these areas, as well as how much you can expect to pay to live in one of them.

Designer Home in 12 South Nashville

Home in 12 South | Image Provided by RealTracs

The Most Popular Nashville Neighborhoods Right Now

Do you already know which neighborhood you want to call home? Many people have an idea of where they want to live, but they may not know the specifics. Here’s a look

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We all know about Nashville, and all of the real estate benefits the city has to offer. The music, the food, and all of the history here makes purchasing a home in this area worth it for in and of itself. But for those who are living in Nashville now, or those who may be renters considering a move, the question is the same. Is now the time to buy a home in Nashville? For many reasons, the answer to this question is yes!

1504 Sweetbriar Ave, Nashville, TN

1504 Sweetbriar Ave, Nashville, TN

Why Now Is a Good Time

There are various contributing reasons to buy a home in Nashville now. For many people, there is a lot of concern about knowing when to make their financial decision to move. However, the benefits of buying are numerous. For example, the Nashville area is seeing a lot

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For many individuals, the Nashville, TN real estate market is a challenge. There are many reasons why you may be having a hard time finding a home that fits all of your needs in the area, yet still falls within your budget. Why is that? The underlying problem is competition. There are numerous factors contributing to increased demand in the area, and that’s creating a situation in which Nashville home buyers are struggling to find a property that is in their price range and ready to go.

2200 Hampton Ave, Nashville, TN

2200 Hampton Ave, Nashville, TN

What’s Happening in Nashville?

Real estate conditions in Nashville are excellent if you are a home seller. You will find an increased number of buyers in the market. As a buyer, though, it can be more challenging due to several

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Nashville has a lot to offer today’s home buyer. And, many people who are new or long time renters are seeing those benefits more clearly right now. In fact, many people who were renters are now considering the benefits of buying instead. One of the biggest reasons for this is the increase in costs to rent today. Could this be a reason that you make the change and purchase a home?

Buy or Rent in Nashville, TN

What’s Best for Your Budget?

Many individuals have long put off buying a home because they feel that it is simply too expensive to do so. That’s not the case. In fact, in some areas, rent expenses are much higher than what you would pay to buy a home. When it is less expensive to own a home than to rent one, it simply makes sense to buy. According to some reports, the

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There’s simply no reason not to invest in the Nashville real estate market. In fact, the community has one of the strongest markets in the United States. For those looking to buy or sell in this area, that’s good news. According to Freddie Mac, one of the largest lending agencies for mortgages in the country, Nashville has the healthiest of markets. What does this mean to you?

Nashville City Street Corner

Take a Look at the Numbers

According to Freddie Mac, the Multi-Indicator Market Index shows that Nashville stood at 99.9 in April. That is 1.5% higher than the previous month. When you look at year over year readings, which tend to provide a clearer picture of market conditions, there’s a clear 12% increase present. That helped to position the city as the top in the

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