December 2017

Found 3 blog entries for December 2017.

Real Estate Trends to Watch in 2018

We’re down to the last few days of 2017 and we’re starting to look towards the new year. With a new year comes new real estate trends. We scoured several of the top real estate publications to pinpoint real estate trends for 2018.

The supply will increase.

Out of all of the possible trends for 2018, this one should make you breathe a sigh of relief. According to’s chief economist, Danielle Hale, the housing supply will finally start to catch up to the housing demand. “The majority of the year should be challenging for most buyers, but we do expect growth in inventory starting in the fall,” she tells the website. This is very good news for the end of 2018.

There will be a Shortage of Starter

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Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman List Their Leiper’s Fork House

It looks like local power couple Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman will find a new place for “Making Memories of Us.” According to The Tennessean, they’ve put their Leiper’s Fork home on the market.

The Williamson County house sits at 2032 Old Hillsboro Road and a virtual tour at French King Fine Properties shows just how impressive it is. The 5,086 square foot home is gated and they’re calling it a “true retreat.” It has four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and two half baths — but that’s just the beginning! There’s also a barn and trails on the property that’s nestled among the trees.

Urban and Kidman have called the house on over 35 acres theirs since 2007. Now that they’re selling the

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Opryland Owner Plans Huge Donelson Development

Ryman Hospitality Properties Inc. is planning something big! They’re expanding and creating offices, housing and even retail space on 130 acres in Donelson. The area is directly across Briley Parkway from the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center.

Lincoln Property Co., a Dallas-based real estate firm, is developing the land. Instead of building everything for the multi-use space at once, they’re doing it in waves. The commercial firm will build as the real estate market allows.

According to Metro Councilman Jeff Syracuse, this will be a welcome addition to the area. He tells the Tennessean that “everyone” will like it.

“It will create jobs, housing that supports the hotel and restaurants

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