1453 sq ft., 3BR & 2BA
* All on one level in this active adult community.
* Gallatin's beautiful 55+ community - nearly maintenance free living
* End unit - terrific location in complex next to common space
* Floorplan includes living room with vaulted ceiling and fireplace, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, dining area, and three bedrooms with two bathrooms
* Attached 2 car garage and new HVAC in 2020
* Close to the lake, marina, and docks and convenient to shopping, restaurants, medical facilities, and parks
* HOA is $200/month and includes exterior maintenance, mowing and landscaping, roof, trash removal, and common areas (clubhouse, exercise room, outdoor pool, patio, horseshoe pits, bocce ball courts, walking trails)
Nashville named second-hottest job market in America in analysis from The Wall Street Journal, Moody's Analytics
3BR, 2BA, 2095 sq ft
*Remodeled Donelson home that exudes style, charm, and uniqueness. Nothing cookie-cutter about this stunner. Meticulous sellers
*Vaulted ceilings in large, light-filled living room with wood-burning fireplace
*Renovated kitchen (in 2019) with new farmhouse sink, new quartz countertops, new Verona gas range with five burners, new dishwasher, new subway tile, new faucet, new disposal, and new light fixtures
*All new stylish Mohawk waterproof flooring downstairs in 2019 and upstairs in 2021
*Renovated bathroom downstairs in 2021. New floors, new bathtub, new mirror, new tile, new light fixtures, new shower hardware, new cabinet, and new toilet
*Renovated master suite bathroom with double vanities and walk-in-closet. Renovations include new toilet, new tile floor, refreshed cabinet, new hardware, new mirrors, new faucets and sinks
*New HVAC 2019, new water heater 2019, roof 2016
*Home sits on a third of an acre with an enormous fenced backyard. New fence and gate on both sides of the house to close in yard as well as updated deck
*Washer, dryer, and refrigerator all included with acceptable offer
*Attic and 2-car garage with additional storage
*Prime location in a quiet cul-de-sac with easy access to interstate - Just a mile to I40. Ideal location in this quiet & friendly community. Also, just down the road from Elm Hill Marina and Percy Priest Lake - and 4 miles to the airport and 11 miles to downtown
**Please call or text MIKE at 615-414-3270 with any questions or to schedule a showing**
Waiting on the Housing Market to Crash? Don’t, Experts Say. Here’s How Today’s Market Is Different From the Great Recession Housing Bubble
April 6, 2022
Home prices are higher than they’ve ever been, and they show no signs of stopping.
The median U.S. home listing price was $405,000 in March 2022, the first time it’s broken the $400,000 price threshold, according to data from Realtor.com. That is an increase of 26.5% over two years.
Homebuyers might see similarities between what’s happening today and the 2006 housing market where home prices became increasingly unaffordable until the bubble burst, helping trigger the worldwide financial crisis we came to call the Great Recession.
Stressed-out buyers might be thinking these high prices are a bubble just waiting to pop again. In fact, 77% of homebuyers believe there’s a bubble where they live, according to a recent Redfin survey.
Mortgage rates rise, inching closer to 5%
By Anna Bahney, CNN business
Updated 10:32 AM EDT, Thu April 7, 2022
Mortgage rates rose again this week, inching closer to 5%. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 4.72% in the week ending April 7, up from 4.67% the week before, according to Freddie Mac. That’s the highest since December 2018.
Rates have jumped this year at a pace not seen in decades.
“Mortgage rates have increased 1.5% points over the last three months alone, the fastest three-month rise since May of 1994,” said Sam Khater, Freddie Mac’s chief economist. “The increase in mortgage rates has softened purchase activity such that the monthly payment for those looking to buy a home has risen by at least 20% from a year ago.”
The word is out! Franklin, Tennessee was named by The Wall Street Journal one of the world's "7 Buzzy Destinations" for 2022! We can't keep our small-town charm and hospitality a secret. This is perfect timing with the relaunch of our Franklin Locals program!
508 Windcrest Court, Franklin TN 37069
4 BEDROOM HOME IN SOUGHT-AFTER FIELDSTONE FARMS NEIGHBORHOOD
2,813 sq ft
- New granite counters, freshly painted interior and exterior, and new stainless steel appliances including refrigerator
- New SPC (stone plank composite) floors on entire main level - perfect for pets and 100% waterproof. New carpet upstairs as well
- 4 bedrooms plus office, living room, family room, and large bonus room upstairs
- All new bath and kitchen faucets, and ne lighting in bathrooms, hall, and dining
- New windows (to be installed as soon as they arrive)
- HVAC 2019. Roof 2017. Water heater 2019.
- Oversized fenced backyard with mature trees and new deck in 2021
- Terrific storage in attached two car garage and attic
- New washer and dryer are included
- HOA amenities include two pools, tennis courts, clubhouse, fitness center, and access to the parks and trails throughout the community
- Terrific location just 5 minutes from downtown Franklin, 10 minutes to Cool Springs, and 20 minutes to Green Hills
- Zoned for some of the best schools in middle Tennessee: Hunters Bend, Grassland Middle, and Franklin High.
- Walk to Publix, Walgreens, and elementary school
- Quiet cul-de-sac location in a wonderful, highly desirable Fieldstone Farms neighborhood
The 12 hottest housing markets in 2022
Though many economists predict that home price growth will slow in 2022, a lack of available inventory will keep things competitive for buyers for the foreseeable future.
With permanent work-from-home arrangements gaining popularity dynamics shifting, longstanding assumptions about the most popular metropolitan areas for homebuyers have been upended, with less visible markets gaining interest among those searching for a new home, according to the Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2022 report from PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Urban Land Institute.
Home prices climbed in January as inventory fell to a new record low.
Home prices up 15.4% in January from a year ago
By Anna Bahney, CNN Business
Updated 12:25 PM ET, Fri February 18, 2022
The median price for a home last month was $350,300, up 15.4% from a year ago, according to the National Association of Realtors. It was not the highest median price on record, which was $362,800 last June, but it is the highest for the month of January, which tends to be a sleepier time for home sales.
"Buyers were likely anticipating further rate increases and locking in at the low rates, and investors added to overall demand with all-cash offers," said Lawrence Yun, NAR's chief economist. "Consequently, housing prices continue to move solidly higher."
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3BR, 2BA, 1250 sq ft. Contact Todd Edwards with any questions or to schedule a showing. 615.955.0644
There were 2,649 home closings in the Greater Nashville Region reported for the month of January, according to figures provided by Greater Nashville REALTORS®. This figure is down three percent compared to the 2,745 closings in January 2021.
“Home sales declined in 2021 due to supply chain problems, difficulty finding land and extended delays with planning and codes," said Steve Jolly, Greater Nashville Realtors president. "This lack of housing inventory will continue to be a problem in 2022."
The Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences tower in SoBro. The project's condo sales have surpassed $300 million, developers announced today.