Each year at the end of summer, Post & Co. hosts a client appreciation picnic for our clients and friends. It is our way of saying "thank you" for the support, referrals, and friendship.
There is no talk of buying or selling, no "do you know how much your house is worth?" gimmick or real estate presentation. It is just a party with our friends.
It's always a great time! This year, nearly 200 friends and clients attended our annual picnic at First Tennessee Park. We hope you'll join us next year!
4315 ESTES - 4BR, 3BA, 3800 sq ft - $899K
* New master suite (on main level) with vaulted ceiling, gorgeous master bath with custom made double vanities, separate shower & tub, & custom walk-in closet
* Gourmet kitchen with Carrara marble counters new SS appliances
* Hardwood floors refinished in entire home
* High-end finishings (hardware, mirrors, & light fixtures) from Horchow, Restoration hardware and Iron Gate (all purchased separately....nothing is builder-grade)
* In last 5 years, home has new roof, new garage door, entire exterior of home repainted (just last month), new aluminum fencing & gate, new water heater, all new landscaping
* In-law or teen suite potential in lower level
* Stone's throw from Belle Meade but without the taxes
* Private backyard is flat & fenced
* Over $150K spent in last few years on renovations
Please call or text Mike Post with questions or if you would like to take a look - 615.414.3270
Over 1,600 renovated sq ft on over 4 acres for $189K. Call Mark Dunham (615-428-1889) for more info.
134 town homes priced under $200,000 planned in Antioch
The development arm of Brentwood-based Barlow Builders LLC has paid $1.2 million for 62 acres off Pin Hook Road in Antioch with plans to create 134 lots for new town homes.
Amber Lane Development LLC also has a contract to buy an adjacent site on which existing zoning allows for 84 more town home lots, said Austin Pennington, CEO of homebuilder Barlow Builders.
Site work got underway Thursday on the 62 acres, with Pennington planning to sell the 134 town home sites to Ole South Properties. He also plans to sell the 84 town home lots to that homebuilder upon buying the other site and completing site development.
The build-out cost of the 218 new town homes is estimated at $50 million. The projects would continue development of the Bradburn Village community, where Jimmy E. Allen, who sold the 62 acres, previously built 88 condos on a third of his overall property.
Ole South is still deciding which housing product to design for the other property whose current zoning allows for 84 units to be built, Lewis said.
The properties Amber Lane bought from Allen are mostly on Bradburn Village Circle in the area behind the Publix at Mt. View Marketplace.
"It's an opportunity to provide quality workforce housing in an area within close proximity or a 20-minute drive to downtown Nashville and near quality services such as the Publix," Pennington said.
Elsewhere, Barlow's Amber Lane Development arm is responsible for development of Southern Springs by Del Webb, a 600-home community in Spring Hill. The development company also developed 100 lots at the Reserve at Port Royal subdivision in Spring Hill.
Murfreesboro resident Allen founded and has been the president of La Vergne-based trucking company Venture Express Inc. and co-owns Center Hill Marina & Yacht Club.
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Nashville-area homes sales were essentially flat in June, according to new data from the Greater Nashville Realtors. Prices, however, are close to reaching a new milestone.
There were 3,887 homes sold last month, up 0.4 percent from June 2016.
In a news release, Greater Nashville Realtors President Scott Troxel called the flat sales “no surprise given the current disparity between supply and demand in the market.”
Single-family homes sold in June for a median price of $293,753, up from $260,148 a year ago. Condo units sold for a median price of $199,350, up from $186,495.
The median single-family sales price in Nashville in May of this year was $279,142. If the median sales price goes up by a similar amount during July, that would push it beyond the $300,000 mark. For comparison, Nashville’s median sales price hit $200,000 for the first time in June of 2013.
There were 3,914 properties under contract at the end of June, compared with 3,863 pending sales a year ago. The total inventory of available homes, condos and lots at the end of June stood at 8,842, compared to 9,865 a year ago.
The Nashville-area ended the second quarter with 11,155 closings, up 2.8 percent from a year ago, making it the strongest second-quarter on record for the market.
“The last time our market performed this well in the second quarter was 2006, with 11,046 closings,” Troxel said. “We’re a few units short of being ahead of midyear 2006, but with half a year left for sales, I suspect we’ll come close to the 2006 record of more than 40,000 annual closings.”
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)
Widening from SR 35 to proposed interchange at Tyson Boulevard
Widening from North of Little River to North of Maloney Road
Davidson County, I-440
Pavement rehabilitation and safety improvements from I-40 to I-24
Hamilton County, I-75
Reconstruction of interchange at I-24
Shelby County, US 78 (SR 4/Lamar Avenue)
Widening from Mississippi state line to south of Shelby Drive
“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
Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 2840 square feet
* One of Green Hills most sought-after streets
* Renovated kitchen including stainless Viking appliances, granite, tile backsplash, soft-close cabinets, recessed lights, wine cooler
* Hardwoods throughout up and down and amazing moldings throughout
* Enormous bedrooms (all 4), living room, formal dining room and eat-in kitchen
* Incredible covered courtyard - everyone's favorite spot
* Perfect master suite or guest suite on main level
* Zoned for Julia Green Elem; walk to Woodmont Park, less than a mile to the Green Hills mall, 1.5 miles to Hillsboro Village
* Two fireplaces; 2-car garage and real stucco
* Roof in 2012, HVAC in 2011
* Extensive home renovations in last 2 years: kitchen, new windows in entire home, renovated upstairs bathroom, new covered courtyard & more.
* 2152 GOLF CLUB LANE - $645,000
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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