September 2017

Found 3 blog entries for September 2017.

Five Tips on Upsizing Your Home with No Problems

You may hear the term “downsizing” more often than you hear “upsizing” but that doesn’t mean it’s not happening. Every day, growing families and successful business people opt to upsize for their expanding needs. Buying a larger home may seem easier than putting all of your things in a smaller house, but there are still tips that can help you do it with little to no problems.

Make a List of Wants and Needs

Sure you want more space but why do you want more space? Does your dog need a bigger yard along with your more spacious home? Do you need a room for each child? Would you like an office space that’s more practical for your job? Think about each thing you need and write them down. It’s also a good

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See Inside Musician John Hiatt’s Former Leipers Fork Horse Farm

Award-winning musician John Hiatt now has a sold sign in front of his impressive Leipers Fork horse farm. The property, better known as Covered Bridge Farm, recently sold for more than $2 million! According to the Tennessean, the land’s new owner is a Williamson County preservationist.

Dr. Jonathan Oppenheimer added the 97-acre horse farm to Big East Fork. He already owns the property that is described as a retreat, farm and lodge and he hopes this addition helps him preserve more land.

“This makes it 2,000 acres of preserved area, including streams, lakes, farm and about 15 miles of hiking trails extending from Leipers Fork to Williamson County’s Timberland Park," he told the

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August Proves to be Another Strong Real Estate Month in Nashville

The real estate boom in Nashville is showing no signs of stopping. August was another impressive month with sales increasing from this time last year. Music City condominiums even set their own record in August.

According to theTennessean, more than 3,500 houses swapped owners in August in Nashville. That’s nearly a four percent increase from the previous year and that’s the best August on record in over a decade. Condos also set a record last month, recording the highest average price ever at $207,061.

"As a whole, the first-time buyer price range, which includes many condominiums, is particularly sparse in terms of inventory, so the rise in median price is understandable," Scott

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