If you keep track of the ebb and flow of U.S. economic news, you might also be aware of how it relates to some things that happen here. Particularly in the way Nashville’s mortgage rates have been responding to the
“Homeownership is the bedrock of the American Dream!” was long an unchallenged byword in American culture. Certainly most Nashville homeowners agreed during most of the 20th Century. That premise may have been rocked a little during the early phases of
If you happened upon the Weather Channel’s site last week and were greeted with headlines like, “Massive Heat Dome Inbound” and “Excessive Heat in the East and West,” it could have let you feel better about Nashville’s own weather. After
The best real estate agent schooling isn’t something that takes place in a classroom. That kind of school is necessary, of course, because some of the most important work every Nashville real estate agent does has to do with being
Sometimes the experts who project trends in residential housing and real estate find that they have to correct their predictions. Once the final statistics are in, if they consistently reveal errors as wide of the mark as 50%, it’s just
If you are a house hunter who isn’t reluctant to dig in and roll up your sleeves, it could be worth your while to take a look at Nashville “bank-owned” offerings. Deciding to do that is less popular than you’d
If you set your sites on selling your Nashville home in short order for the best price, one of the most reliable ways to add to your effort is to introduce effective home staging. If you have the requisite artistic
For Nashville real estate watchers, it was The Washington Post that came up with the most interesting angle on last week’s most commented-upon real estate headline—which was that across the U.S., home ownership rates had slipped to 1960s levels.