Listen / The median price for a single family home just keeps climbing in the Nashville area — coming in a hair shy of $300,000 last month. Meanwhile, the overall closings, the numbers of homes sold in the region, has ticked down some — by 4.5 percent compared to this time last year. But make […]
Nashville is creating the city’s first community land trust, the Mayor’s office announced Tuesday. The trust will buy up property, maintain partial ownership and keep it affordable for generations of owners.
Home prices in Nashville may be leveling out in 2018. A forecast by Realtor.com says that’s because the number of homes for sale in the area is increasing.
A new analysis puts Nashville as one of two cities most at risk for seeing home prices decline, elevating the threat level for Nashville’s housing market.
Listen / The price of condos in the Nashville area hit a record high in August at a median of $207,000. The jump comes as first-time home buyers get priced out of single family homes.
Nashville area home sales continue to pick up the pace. Closings jumped 22 percent in October, according to monthly numbers out today from the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors.
So far this year, home sales in Davidson and Rutherford counties have been driving much of the area’s growth in real estate closings. Figures were up by 19 percent in September compared to the prior year, according to newly released figures from the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors.
It continues to be a sellers real estate market in Nashville. New figures from July show high demand and low supply of homes.
Homes in Nashville are moving faster than previous months and selling for more than ever before, according to numbers for June released by the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors.
The streak of climbing home sales numbers has ended in the Nashville area. After three straight years of growth, fewer homes were sold in March than the same month last year.