Nashville luxury homes for sale – With the rest of the Nashville market highly favoring the sellers, the market is a lot more balanced in this price range. Million dollar homes in Nashville are averaging 84 days on market compared to just 27 days for all of home sales in the Nashville area. 525 Nashville […]
Million Dollar Homes for Sale in Nashville are becoming more active compared to last year with 85 sales during the month of August compared to 67 for the same month one year ago. The average sales price of luxury homes for the month of August 2017 was $1,487,008, and the average price per square foot […]
Nashville luxury homes for sale and May 2017 market update – 42 Nashville luxury homes sold during April of 2017 at an average price of $1,436,494 with the most expensive home sold for the month was a 10,000 square foot home on 2 acres in Belle Meade. For the record, I’m considering luxury homes in Nashville […]
303 Battery Ct Franklin TN – Open House Sunday Feb 12th from 02:00 til 04:00 in the Henley community. Come visit this beautiful luxury home.
Nashville luxury homes – 61 Nashville luxury homes sold during October of 2016 compared to 31 for the same period last year, an increase of 97% year over year. The average price of luxury homes sold during October was $1,784,579. For the record, I’m considering luxury homes in Nashville as homes over one million dollars […]
Nashville luxury homes for sale and first quarter 2016 market report – 162 Nashville luxury homes sold during the first quarter of 2016, compared to 155 during the same period in 2015, just a slight increase of 4.5%. The average price of luxury homes sold during the first quarter of 2016 was $1,184,075. For the record, […]
Forest Hills Homes Market Report for 2011 – 33 Forest Hill homes sold in 2011 at a median price of $673,000, both of those are increases over the previous year totals of 29 sales at a median price of $525,000. Even with those increases, Forest Hills homes are not the most active in the area, with […]
The Grove is a subdivision of upscale homes in southeast Williamson county designed around a planned Greg Norman designed 18 hole golf courses. Originally known as Laurel Cove, the project failed when Lehman Brothers collapsed in the fall of 2008 and couldn’t provide the $124 million dollar construction loan. It was undeveloped for years waiting for […]