Saturday, 27 May 2017
Posted on 05/27/2017 6:29 PM by Tiffany Olson
Thursday, 11 May 2017
Another Terrible Real Estate Photo: "Okaaay, thanks for coming everyone. First item on the agenda: The Kid’s birthday party - What went well? Areas for improvement?" SHARE »
Posted on 05/11/2017 5:47 AM by Tiffany Olson
Tuesday, 09 May 2017
Governor and Commissioner Release Transportation Improvement Plan for 2018-2020
Tuesday, May 09, 2017 | 9:38am
Passage of IMPROVE Act and One-Time Funding Increases Move Several Key Projects Forward
NASHVILLE – Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam and Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner John Schroer today released TDOT’s annual three year transportation program, featuring approximately $2.6 billion in infrastructure investments for 101 individual project phases in 40 counties, as well as 15 statewide programs.
The three-year program is more robust than previous years, due to funding increases through the IMPROVE Act, which is projected to raise an additional $150 million to meet the state’s infrastructure needs in FY 2018. This increase, combined with $120 million repayment to the highway fund, provides the necessary funds to move several backlogged and new transportation projects forward in the first year of the program. Those include:
Blount-Knox Counties, US 129 (SR 115/Alcoa Highway)
Davidson County, I-440
Hamilton County, I-75
Shelby County, US 78 (SR 4/Lamar Avenue)
“The IMPROVE Act is a comprehensive, conservative and responsible plan that directly addresses how we fund our roads and bridges for the first time in 30 years. Many of these projects would not have moved forward for several years without this additional infrastructure investment,” Gov. Haslam said. “With this additional funding, TDOT can keep our transportation network safe, reliable and debt-free for the next generation of Tennesseans while spurring economic growth in communities across the state.”
The IMPROVE Act also identifies 526 locally owned bridges across Tennessee. With the new funding in place, TDOT has included a new funding category for the High Priority Bridge program in its overall budget. A delivery schedule for those bridges should be complete in the near future.
In addition to the 2018 budgeted program, partial plans for 2019 and 2020 are included, along with funding for 15 transportation programs including Rockfall Mitigation, Spot Safety Improvement, and the statewide HELP Program. The program also provides funding for transit agencies in all 95 counties, as well as Metropolitan and Rural Planning Organizations.
To view a complete list of projects and programs funded through the 2018-2020 three-year multimodal program, visit http://www.tn.gov/assets/entities/tdot/attachments/Three_Year_Transportation_Plan_(FY_18-20).pdf.
- See more at: http://www.tn.gov/tdot/news/50337#sthash.NFCHB9Ng.dpuf
Posted on 05/09/2017 5:45 AM by Tiffany Olson
Wednesday, 03 May 2017
Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 2840 square feet
Posted on 05/03/2017 2:19 PM by Tiffany Olson
Wednesday, 26 April 2017
LOCATION: New York City, NY
Posted on 04/26/2017 2:14 PM by Tiffany Olson
Friday, 21 April 2017
Final reappraisal: Nashville property values soar by record 37 percent
Cleveland Park, McFerrin Park and East Hill used to be parts of East Nashville ignored by developers.
But now this area is a magnet for home makeovers, new restaurants and urban-inspired condos, setting the pace for the city’s massive increase in property values.
Reappraisal notices are in the mail, and the spike is even larger than expected.
Spurred by Nashville's breakneck growth, Davidson County's property values have soared by a record median 37 percent since 2013 under a reappraisal performed by the office of Davidson County Property Assessor Vivian Wilhoite. The reappraisal accounts for commercial and residential properties.
Wilhoite, in her first year in that role, informed Metro Council members of the final reappraisal figure in a letter Friday. She said property owners should begin receiving mailed notices of the changes in values as early as Friday.
In Nashville's most rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods — including large stretches of East Nashville, parts of North Nashville, The Nations in West Nashville, and Wedgewood-Houston near the city’s fairgrounds — values have skyrocketed the most.
It means these neighborhoods will be taking on a significantly larger tax burden than they’re accustomed.
“The growing demand for real estate in the Nashville market drives up values,” Wilhoite said.
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Posted on 04/21/2017 7:56 AM by Tiffany Olson
Friday, 21 April 2017
Posted on 04/21/2017 7:33 AM by Tiffany Olson
Tuesday, 18 April 2017
BRISTOL, TN mansion with a heated swimming pool and a pool house. Built in 1892, this home features 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and over 4500 sq ft of living area. - all for under $300K. SHARE »
Posted on 04/18/2017 8:41 AM by Tiffany Olson
Monday, 17 April 2017
Another Terrible Real Estate Photo: "Reminds me of the traditional Armenian blessing: 'May your crappy table always boast yellow carrots." SHARE »
Posted on 04/17/2017 8:39 AM by Tiffany Olson
Saturday, 15 April 2017
Homes today are bought & sold quickly, and they are often treated like a widget, just another interchangeable product. But each home has a story. And those details - those intangible & personal specifics - are what buyers often want to know the most. Square footage, bedrooms, and bathrooms will always be important. But it's not everything.
Here is the HOME MOVIE for POST & CO'S newest listing at 4348 Oakcrest Lane in Hermitage.
Posted on 04/15/2017 8:34 AM by Tiffany Olson
Friday, 07 April 2017
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Thursday, 06 April 2017
Another Terrible Real Estate Photo: "Dinner will be served in the garage, after which you’re welcome to join us in the shed for drinks." SHARE »
Posted on 04/06/2017 3:44 PM by Tiffany Olson
Thursday, 06 April 2017
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Thursday, 23 March 2017
* 1105B Boscobel Ave...$469,977
Posted on 03/23/2017 9:23 PM by Tiffany Olson
Thursday, 09 March 2017
Another Terrible Real Estate Photo: "The owner is moving away to take up an athletics scholarship." SHARE »
Posted on 03/09/2017 6:47 AM by Tiffany Olson
Saturday, 25 February 2017
* 2BR, 2.5BA, 1236 sq ft
Posted on 02/25/2017 1:33 PM by Tiffany Olson
Wednesday, 22 February 2017
A gorgeous 2 story mini-mansion built in 1905 and sitting on 1/2 city block. Elaborate woodwork, an ornate staircase, wrap-around porch, beautiful pine wood flooring. 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms. And only $56K! SHARE »
Posted on 02/22/2017 7:47 AM by Tiffany Olson
Monday, 20 February 2017
Posted on 02/20/2017 7:45 AM by Tiffany Olson
Sunday, 19 February 2017
Another Terrible Real Estate Photo: "Bastards didn’t even leave a forwarding address“ said Pooh." SHARE »
Posted on 02/19/2017 7:43 AM by Tiffany Olson
Wednesday, 08 February 2017
Nashville's January home sales break record
Getahn Ward , USA TODAY NETWORK – TennesseePublished 2:51 p.m. CT Feb. 7, 2017 | Updated 3:49 p.m. CT Feb. 7, 2017
The new year, however, also started with inventory remaining a concern. The number of single-family homes on the market at the end of last month was down 10.5 percent from a year ago based on trade group Greater Nashville Realtors' tracking. That's a 2.8-month supply that reflects a seller's market.
A mild winter so far likely helped to lift January home sales and also could be a factor in sales pending at the end of last month being up 25 percent from a year ago. "Punxsutawney Phil might have seen his shadow, suggesting six more weeks before we see spring weather, but our data indicates our market may enter the spring selling season sooner," said Greater Nashville Realtors' President Scott Troxel.
Troxel said local Realtors are watching for potential impact of new U.S. President Trump's suspension of the erstwhile Obama administration's 25-basis point reduction of mortgage interest premiums on Federal Housing Administration loans before it took effect. "Many first-time and low- to moderate-income buyers look to FHA loans as part of their path to homeownership," Troxel added. "Realtors are letting the administration know both the importance and impact of FHA loans on the housing market.”
The median residential price for a Nashville area single-family home in January was $261,500, up 7.8 percent from that same a month last year. The median condo price increased 2.5 percent to $184,350.
Despite declining 10.5 percent year-over-year, the inventory of 6,687 single-family homes at the end of January was down less than a percent from last year's end. On average, homes sold last month spent 57 days on the market. The 2,755 sales pending at the end of January compared to 2,212 a year ago.
A separate tracking by the Williamson County Association of Realtors showed a record 332 closed home sales for January, up 2 percent from a year ago. The median sales price for a single-family home rose 6 percent to $445,627 last month, marking the 11th consecutive month of topping $400,000.
Posted on 02/08/2017 6:54 AM by Tiffany Olson