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Nashville, TN Real Estate News

By Pam Rumley, Bringing You Home!
(Accent Properties)
Right now, there are 158 homes listed for $1,000,000 or more in the Nashville Real Estate area.  The most expensive one is a Lodge Estate on 8.03 acres.  A 2-story, 11,054 sq. ft. home featuring a limestone waterfall in the entrance foyer, a Guest House, Library, Putting Green, Pool w/Rainfall, Hot Tub and Outdoor Fireplace.  The Master Bedroom is 22x24.  It's awesome!  Priced at $6,900,000.  I'm an Exclusive Buyer's Agent, so I don't have this listed, but I sure could help you buy this or any of the other homes in the Nashville area.  http://www.NashvilleRealEstateAuthority.com !  Anyone interested? 
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By Pam Rumley, Bringing You Home!
(Accent Properties)
We came to Nashville for a vacation quite a few years ago....and fell in love with the area.  There are so many things to love that it's hard to put them in order.  First, the scenery is beautiful.  It's not the mountains, but it's hilly enough for gorgeous scenic views.  We live near Old Hickory Lake, which gives us lovely lake views.The climate is great.  We do have four seasons, but winter is usually short and mild.  The short winter is just enough to help us appreciate the spring season.  We're far enough south that we don't have the sometimes severe midwest and northern weather....and we're far enough north and west that we don't get the hurricanes.  There is an occasional tornado, but I've only seen four major ones in the past 30 years.I don't know of anywhere in the country that ...
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By Ross Rylance, ABR e-Pro REALTOR
(Keller Williams - Franklin Market Center)
While attending a MREA seminar the other day it came to my attention that many real estate agents do not have marketing materials in the home that might help in sales. I would like to share a piece of information that was given to me from Richard Courtney, current President of Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS and managing broker for Fridrich & Clark Music Row Office.It is a Open House Scorecard. What I have done is make a brochure that on the front says,Welcome to our Open Houseinside, are six columns for information about each open house that they go to and catagoriesthat allow to track information about each property visited. on the back, all my contact information.This tool has been very helpful to the potential customers and clients and gives them some information about you...
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By Terry Ross
(Change Of Place Realty)
Statistics show that the Nashville, Tennessee real estate market is still booming.  According to the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors' most recent market news release, sales numbers for January 2007 were the second-highest number of closings ever for the month of January.  That's right--only once in history have January real estate sales been higher than the January closings we had last month!The GNAR provided the following comparison of sales by category for January: ClosingsResidentialCondominiumMulti-familyFarms/Land/LotsJanuary 20062,371  1,90825333177January 20072,289  1,77928740183The GNAR went on to note that there were 2,791 sales pending at the end of January 2007.  That's compared to 2,972 sales that were pending at the same time last year. Pricing?  Still going up fo...
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By Marilyn Denney Blankenship, More Money Less Stress
(The Marilyn Group, Fridrich & Clark Realty)
  Relocating to Music City, Metro Nashville?Welcome to Music City, home of the Grand Ole Opry, Titans Football, Predators Hockey, Frist Art Museum and Schemmerhorn Symphony Hall.  Nashville offers affordable living in a seasonal climate.  Centrally located with I-40, I-65, I-24, & I-840 fantastic interstate connectivity, Nashville also has an international airport for global connections.  Nashville has scattered lakes for outdoor fun.  To the East of Nashville, Lebanon is headquarters to Hartmann Luggage and Cracker Barrel Restaurants.  To the South, Franklin is Headquarters to Nissan, settling into the Cool Springs area and to Mars Pet Food.  Rutherford County, Wilson and Williamson are our fastest growing counties.  Our area has more colleges and universities per capita than almost an...
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