Contact Mark Dunham at 615-428-1889 for more info or to schedule a showing.
Beautiful brick/stone home on 1/2 acre! 2 bedrooms down & 2 up plus bonus room. Fantastic kitchen w/ double ovens, gas cooktop, a huge pantry & keeping room w/ a fireplace. Formal dining, 3 car garage, great yard & so much more. Convenient location to Hendersonville, Gallatin & easy commute to Nashville w/ quick access to the By-pass.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — For the first time, Nashville is welcoming the Grand Prix, which is one of several events this summer growing Nashville’s economy.
“An international event like the Grand Prix here in Nashville, it projects globally, it attracts people globally and that hospitality community is really important,” Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce CEO Ralph Schulz said. “A lot of visitors come here, pay taxes, and help fuel and fund services and growth in Nashville.”
As the U.S. economy bounces back after the deep dive it took with pandemic restrictions, a new report from Stessa ranked Nashville as having the most economic growth in the U.S.
166 Pleasant Avenue Apt 1, Portland, Maine 04103
c.1898. 1825 square feet. 2 bedrooms 2 baths. $647,000! Thanks to Pete for sending this one in!
Welcome to the Captain Matthew House. This unit has been thoughtfully renovated while honoring the building's original features. Step back in time and enjoy high ceilings, expansive windows and custom millwork. Three fireplaces and multiple built-ins add to the charm and sense of history. Step out onto your own private wrap around porch or explore the parks and restaurants nearby. Unique to this unit is a two car garage and an additional uncovered designated parking spot. With ample parking, private entrances, dedicated outdoor space, historic charm and renovations by the current owner this unit is turn-key and ready for you to move in and enjoy!
44 Sherman Street, Island Falls, Maine 04747
c.1893. 2560 square feet. 6 bedrooms 1.5 baths on 0.9 acre. $89,900! Thanks to Carol for sending this one in!
This 5-6-bedroom 1.5 bath Queen Anne Victorian home in the heart of Island Falls Maine is just waiting to be restored to its former glory. Built in 1893 by George Kelley, a Timber Baron/lumberman in the late 1800s and early 1900s, the home sits on a well-manicured 0.9+/- acre lot in the middle of Island Falls. The home has a large wrap around front porch as well as a smaller side porch. The kitchen still contains what are believed to be the original cupboards. The laundry area is in the kitchen. From the kitchen you can access the cold storage room and barn and the butler's pantry as well as the rest of the home. The stained-glass windows and hardwood floors (including a true parquet floor in the music room) are in relatively good condition. The ornate woodwork and carvings throughout the home along with the pocket doors between the living room and music room testify to the workmanship of its builders and is most noticeable in the living room fireplace mantle. The final downstairs room was most likely the ladies' day room and is now a half bath/bedroom but would make a nice office space or a second full bath.
By Matt Egan, CNN Business
Updated 10:09 AM ET, Tue July 27, 2021
New York (CNN Business)Home prices are climbing at the fastest pace in history, eclipsing even the boom in the days leading up to the Great Recession. Bidding wars have become common, many are forced to pay all cash and some bids are coming in $1 million over asking.
It's all sparking fears that the United States is in the middle of another housing bubble that will end in a terrible crash. Industry executives and economists agree this explosion in home values is unsustainable, as home prices can't go up 20% year-over-year forever.
Yet today's housing market is very different from the mid-2000s bubble that wrecked the economy.
Unlike then, there is currently a massive shortage of homes and home builders are being very cautious about adding new supply.
4413 GRA MAR DRIVE NASHVILLE 37216
3BR, 2.5BA, 2,051 sq ft
***Please call MIKE POST at 615-414-3270 with questions or to schedule a showing before it is listed***
* Seller has spent well over $100K+ renovating this home in the last five years
* Sand and finish hardwoods, recessed lighting, and new Pella windows ($13K)
* Amazing new kitchen featuring quartz countertops, all new stainless steel appliances (dual llve gas range with 5 burners and griddle option, electric double oven, gas ran), stainless extra large under mount sink, and a custom-built kitchen nook & table
* HVAC, water heater, windows, and appliances have all been replaced in the last 5 years
* Home features three bedrooms including a spacious master suite, two full bathrooms and one half bathroom, living room, family room, formal dining room, cozy eat-in kitchen area, and separate laundry room
* New Master Suite with spacious bathroom and walk-in closest. Master features new hardwood floors and custom double French doors, and bathroom features soaker tub and Kohler Brockway 36" cast iron sink.
* Refrigerator, washer, and dryer to be included with an acceptable offer
* Mid-century charm with all of the renovations and updates of today
* Massive circle driveway just blacktopped
* Gra Mar Acres is East Nashville's best-kept secret - feels like you are in the middle of West Meade with enormous lots, mature trees, and quiet streets but are just minutes from Briley and 65
Contact Addy Biggers at 615-522-3848 with questions or to schedule a showing.
By Anna Bahney, CNN Business
Updated 2:46 PM ET, Thu July 22, 2021
Home sales inched slightly higher in June as the inventory of available homes to buy increased, but home prices still remained on a tear, according to a report from the National Association of Realtors.
Consistently low inventory has pushed prices higher over the past year. The median price for an existing home in June hit an all-time high of $363,300, up 23% over last year. That marks 112 straight months of year-over-year gains.
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The sales of existing homes -- which include single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops -- rose 1.4% from May to June, breaking four consecutive months of declines. Home sales were up 23% from a year ago -- although that comparison is skewed because some regions of the US were still shut down in June of last year due to the pandemic.
"Supply has modestly improved in recent months due to more housing starts and existing homeowners listing their homes, all of which has resulted in an uptick in sales," said Lawrence Yun, NAR's chief economist. "Home sales continue to run at a pace above the rate seen before the pandemic."
At the end of June there were 1.25 million homes for sale, up 3.3% from May's inventory and down 18.8% from one year ago. At the current sales pace, that equates to a 2.6-month supply. A balanced market between homebuyers and sellers generally needs a 6-month supply.
"At a broad level, home prices are in no danger of a decline due to tight inventory conditions, but I do expect prices to appreciate at a slower pace by the end of the year," Yun said. "Ideally, the costs for a home would rise roughly in line with income growth, which is likely to happen in 2022 as more listings and new construction become available."
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Beautiful renovated ranch home on nearly 2 acres and zoned for Grassland Elem, Grassland Middle, and Franklin High. Enjoy hosting guests in the spacious living room or on the beautiful covered deck with a stucco wood-burning fireplace. Main rooms all on one level. Large corner lot with picnic area in the woods. Within 15 minutes of Green Hills, Franklin, or Brentwood. Updated home with vintage character. Hardwoods in main areas, walk-in shower & large jacuzzi tub. Guest room with full bath above garage. New roof in 2021. Move-out flexible. 2 water heaters. Home warranty included. NOT in flood plain but yard did flood with spring 2021 flash flood - did not enter living area. No HOA!
Contact BEN LAPP at 315-694-0401 with questions or to schedule a showing
615 Columbia Street, Elmira, New York 14901
c.1876. 8284 square feet. 10 bedrooms 4 baths on 0.47 acre. $99,900! Thanks to Cindy for sending this one in!
The Castle! Truly amazing Mansard style mansion with gothic influences. This property is a whopping 41 rooms! Incredible woodwork. Multiple fireplaces. Some original light fixtures. Stunning stained glass. Massive open curved staircase. Restoration has begun. New electric service has been added. Newer rubber roof. 2 High energy efficient boilers. Some rooms have been gutted and are ready for drywall. Many rooms retain there original character. All of this on a large lot with a massive barn. Home is not currently habitable. Barn in rough condition and will not be accessible.
For More Information: Shane Searfoss, Signature Properties (607) 796-9817
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Contact MARK DUNHAM at 615-428-1889 with questions or to schedule a showing.
“Why” Wednesday: Ministry
Coincidentally, I had a conversation with my husband this morning about the jobs he’s turned down over the years. Of all the reasons we chatted about, I believe that at the core, the main reason is those opportunities lacked the chance for him to “be the church.”
Thank you Nashville Real Producers for allowing me to share my story on how I use real estate as a vehicle for my ministry!
Runaway market slows, still ahead of record 2020 pace
Middle Tennessee real estate unit sales increased 24% in May compared to May 2020, Greater Nashville Realtors figures show. With inventory as low as it is, there are those who might wonder how these sales could occur.
While the 4,063 closed sales are more than the 3,267 sales in May 2020, they lag slightly behind April’s 4,119 sales. With seasonality built into the real estate data, sales actually dropped from April to May.
Sales classified as pending were lower in May (3,788) compared to April (3,837). In order for June to eclipse the previous June, some 4,191 sales must occur. With 3,778 pending sales, the number is likely to surpass June 2020 based on anecdotal numbers from leading Realtors.
One thing perplexing members of that focus group is there are considerably fewer showings than in previous months. Showings normally slow toward the end of May since there are graduations to attend. And this year had twice that amount at some institutions that staged a ceremony for those who would have flipped the tassel in 2020 but were denied by the pandemic.
Summer weddings also eat into sales numbers, especially with those weddings delayed from last year taking place this year.
And amid all those delays, there were more home sales in the area than in any previous year. Clearly, some things can wait and some can’t.
Now with masks removed, crowds gathering and real estate brokers and their clients riding in the same cars, there could be a slight decrease. Of course, that is based on the cannibalism of the market, as all of the properties are being devoured once they show themselves.
New construction has instituted new policies as builders rarely price homes before completion for two reasons: There is wide fluctuation in the cost of materials and the value of their product is increasing astronomically.
This phenomenon is driving buyers crazy. They see houses they would like to buy and have the wherewithal to purchase the home, but the sellers will not give them a price.
Another new wrinkle rearing its ugly head has buyers being forced to submit offers with no appraisal or financing contingencies. Most of these buyers have witnessed firsthand the strength of the market, having lost a home or two along the road to the house they are finally able to get under contract.
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* 3BR, 2BA, 1,404 sq ft
* Rare 1st story condo all on one level in Belle Meade Highlands - ideal tucked away location in this quiet & friendly community
* Has brand new carpet but condo needs work & is selling as is
* Enormous master suite features large walk-in closet
* HOA monthly fee of $332 includes exterior maintenance, grounds maintenance, roof, trash, insurance, water, clubhouse, and pool
* Can be rented and comes with an additional outside storage unit
* Prime location with easy access to Belle Meade, West Meade, and Bellevue. And just 6 miles to Vanderbilt, 8 miles to Belmont, and 10 miles to downtown
* Walk to Boost Fitness & across the street from Percy Warner Park
* Call MIKE with questions or to schedule a private showing - 615.414.3270
226 LAUDERDALE ROAD , NASHVILLE TN 37205
4BR, 4BA, 3560 sq ft - $1,299,977
* Old charm meets modern updates in historic Cherokee Park, one of Nashville's favorite neighborhoods
* Period trim/detail throughout, hardwoods throughout entire home (with the exception of 1 bedroom), 9 ft ceilings, beautiful built-ins, recessed lights, plantation shutters, and a wood burning fireplace
* Detached garage with a highly sought-after apartment or mother-in-law suite which features a living room, bathroom, full kitchen, and washer/dryer.
* Warm and spacious kitchen features terrific counter space, an abundance of kitchen cabinets, granite, and Kitchen Aid stainless steel appliances
* Layout features: Living room, formal dining room, kitchen with eat-in, family room, 2 bedrooms & 2 full bathrooms on main level, 2 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms on 2nd floor
* Master suite with a walk-in closet and double vanities with a separate shower and tub.
* Huge basement that's partially finished and has tremendous storage
* Large, flat, private, and fully fenced in backyard with large deck and screened in porch on side of home
* Sought after neighborhood features idyllic streets with sidewalks, front porches, mature trees, and large manicured lawns
* Call MIKE with questions or for a private showing 615.414.3270