Real Estate Blog
Thursday, 09 May 2013
What’s the real estate market really like in Brentwood TN?
Have you been looking around making your home improvement list or perhaps even mentally preparing for what perennials you’d like to plant this year? Or maybe you’ve clicked around on the MLS listings just to “see” what’s out there. With springtime comes the flurry of new listings, open houses and builders’ showcases. Exciting as it is to look for a new home or consider putting yours on the market, many of us still have real estate jitters. After all, we are bombarded on television and online with discouraging real-estate reports, housing foreclosures and the hint of mortgage rates going up. There’s still so much negative news surrounding the country’s real estate market these days that many people have shied away from even thinking about the possibilities of selling & buying.
There’s great news though - fortunately our surrounding areas such as Williamson & Davidson counties have not been as negatively impacted as the rest of the country. Here in the Brentwood, Tennessee real estate market, the median home price averaged $477,000 in December 2012, down from only $492,000 in October of 2008 – and year to year is experiencing a 4.7 % increase.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be highlighting important factors to consider when preparing your home to go on the market. January is the peak time to prepare your home & list it for the upcoming spring / summer market. As always, I’m available anytime if you would like make an appointment and discuss listing your home. My expertise in the Williamson & Davidson County real-estate market can assist you in preparing your home for market, ensure that your listing stands out, and sell your home fast!
Stay tuned for more information in the next few weeks. And don’t be so shy about clicking on that house listing for more information…. It just might be yours soon!
Posted on 05/09/2013 8:06 PM by Jarod
Saturday, 04 May 2013
Davidson Co, Franklin & Murfreesboro, TN named in top 12 boomtowns!
Natives & newcomers alike to this area already know how incredible middle Tennessee is. From our amazing music venues, rich civil war & country music history residents in Brentwood, Nashville, Franklin, & Murfreesboro, TN experience award winning schools, amazing local parks, libraries and museums. Throw in a country music star sighting at the local eatery, and a Titans game on Sunday and you’ve got our wonderful cities! Now America knows this too!
Bloomberg online magazine recently named our area in the top 12 boom towns. The data was compiled with U.S. Census data from metropolitan areas with the greatest population growth. From 2007, to 2011 the areas named experienced a 6.29 % growth. The article highlighted the recent move of Nissan headquarters to Cool Springs, as well as pointing out that middle Tennessee is also home to various healthcare industries as well as major Bible publisher, Thomas Nelson. Middle Tennessee can also be proud of our relatively low unemployment rate, 6.4% and as of 2012 the population had grown to over 1.7 million.
If you have been considering a move to Brentwood, TN; choosing a realtor with expertise in these great cities will lend valuable time saving guidance. I am here to help you pinpoint the exact areas that meet your priorities in searching for a home. As a Nashville native with a great appreciation for this city, I have over 14 years real estate experience and look forward to exceeding your expectations in finding your next home in Brentwood, TN.
Posted on 05/04/2013 6:34 PM by Jarod