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1. 345% surge in home sale contracts as mortgage interest rates rise -

The recent increase in interest rates by the Federal Reserve Board has slowed the residential real estate market as buyers and lenders re-assess the buyers’ borrowing abilities. Coupled with a downturn in the stock market, the residential market is resting in some areas and at some prices.

2. To ARMS! Time to bring back old mortgage solution -

Everyone knows the Federal Reserve raised rates last week by 0.75 percentage points, the biggest increase since 1994. But few know what it means in terms of residential real estate.

So, we should party like its 1995, the year after the great increase. Billy Hamburg of Cardinal Financial notes that the interest rate on 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages is 5.875%, a rate considered outrageously high as compared to the foolishness consumers have enjoyed the past few years.

3. With supply rising, why aren’t prices dropping? -

“Inventory rises to its highest level Since November 2020” reads the headline atop this month’s the latest news from the Greater Nashville Realtors.

The rise in inventory brings joy and hope to the hearts of homebuyers who have been shunned by the market for the past two-plus years. Yet, the glass remains half full: The organization also reports sales of 3,982 homes in May, meaning there is a 1.5-month inventory on hand.

4. Single buyers can improve chances -

So, you’re a single-income homebuyer at the back of the line for purchasing a house or condo. There are a few things you can do to improve your chances, but you might not like some of the options.

5. Median area home price rises $95,000 in just a year -

April home prices hit all-time highs, with median single-family prices rising dramatically from $385,000 in April 2021 to $480,000 for April 2022, data from Greater Nashville Realtors and Realtracs reveals.

6. Don’t misjudge deceptive signs of slowing market -

Has the Midstate real estate market slowed? This is a question asked by potential buyers hoping the answer is “yes.” And there are some signs that point in that direction.

Don’t be fooled.

7. Honestly, how do you know if sellers are telling the truth? -

Very few people have lied one time and then ceased the practice. If they lied to you once, you can expect more falsehoods to follow.

For some, the lie is a creative exercise so as not to appear ignorant. For others, the lie is a means to an end. Some might drop a slight fib in order to make a piece of real estate seem more attractive to an unsuspecting buyer.

8. $8.6 million for a teardown? Just a sign of things to come -

At $8.6 million, the house at 1220 Chickering Road speaks to the strength of the Nashville Real estate market as it, like houses priced $7 million less, sold in one day.

Unlike the lower-priced homes, this house could not boast that it sold for more than list price, but when there is a price tag of $8.9 million, bragging rights are not a factor.

9. Lost in translation: What listing states, what it means -

I have observed during the past 43 years an increasingly creative use of the English language by my real estate peers. While there are apps and programs for translation for many languages, real estate translation is nowhere to be found.

10. Top Davidson County residential sales for Q1 2022 -

Top residential real estate sales, first quarter 2022, for Davidson County, as compiled by the Nashville Ledger.

AddressCityZipFiling DateBuyersSellersSale Price
5026 Franklin Nashville 37220 1/24 Smith Gowffrey W Hazel Dev LLC $6,600,000
660 Belle Park Nashville 37205 3/18 Crawford Linda T Bovender Barbara T $6,200,000
5070 Villa Crest Nashville 37220 1/11 Friends of Radnor Lake Rader David S $5,110,592
1118 Crater Hill Nashville 37215 3/28 1118 Crater Hill Drive Trust 1118 Crater Hill Dr LLC $4,900,000
4310 Esteswood Nashville 37215 3/2 Shelton Brian Trustee Stone Oak Builders LLC $4,800,000
6129 Hillsboro Nashville 37215 2/24 Ellis Michael 6129 Hillsboro LLC $4,675,000
601 Vosswood Nashville 37205 3/2 Rosenthal Kate Trustee Advanced Design Systems LLC $4,343,277
309 Walnut Nashville 37205 1/31 Landry Clark William; Landry Dayna Sugar 309 Walnut Drive LLC $4,260,000
4624 Belmont Park Nashville 37215 3/10 McMahon Lynn Glotzer Cary I $3,999,999
834 Curtiswood Nashville 37204 3/29 Bell Evan Trustee Perlin Jonathan B Trustee $3,950,000
890 Van Leer Nashville 37220 3/11 Stipech Kristopher Garland Dev LLC $3,775,000
5021 Villa Crest Nashville 37220 3/15 Thorne Curtis Jeffrey Trustee Woodard James $3,700,000
5894 Ashland Nashville 37215 2/15 Stern Adam; Stern Kristin PGT Trust $3,650,000
1001 Montrose Nashville 37204 1/11 Ss Porter LLC Second Missionary Baptist Church Trustees $3,500,000
2305 Springdale Nashville 37215 3/7 Minniear Ryan A Sabalo Dev LLC $3,500,000
319 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 1/3 Revocable Living Trust Agreement McDonald Alice C; McDonald Michael A; Pace Ward $3,466,750
4514 Harpeth Hills Nashville 37215 2/23 Hopke Renee; Hopke William J Chandelier Dev Inc $3,408,253
4012A Wallace Nashville 37215 1/14 Davies Melina Kevorkian Chestnut Infill Gp $3,408,022
1616 West End Nashville 37203 1/24 Madden Steven Holt 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $3,359,000
4112 Crestridge Nashville 37204 1/27 Ringer Bill D Trustee Church Stephen Trustee $3,350,000
4620 Benton Smith Nashville 37215 3/9 Young Charles W IV DSRM LLC $3,300,000
4101 Sneed Nashville 37215 3/9 Watnick Caroline Province Builders LLC $3,300,000
5610D Granny White Brentwood 37027 3/2 Rogers Carson Lawrence Jenkins Brandon $3,300,000
2005 Cromwell Nashville 37215 2/24 Chapman William T IV Trustee Calderon Rafael A $3,100,000
501 Westview Nashville 37205 2/8 Phillips Oliver C Fry Julian $3,100,000
2825 Sugar Tree Nashville 37215 3/11 White John Moyers Jr Vintage South LLC $3,100,000
919 Evans Nashville 37204 3/1 Tiompoletti Family Trust 8Gco Revocable Living Trust $3,100,000
4338 Chickering Nashville 37215 3/14 Moore Rusty Trustee Ottinger Talbott P Trustee $3,051,000
124 Brookfield Nashville 37205 1/5 Kim Matt Euiyun Denbo William $3,000,000
3821 West End Nashville 37205 2/1 McAlevey Lynne H Trustee Melkus Kenneth $3,000,000
2807 Hemingway Nashville 37215 3/11 Seay Christopher Koko Residential LLC $3,000,000
4401 Tyne Nashville 37215 2/15 Tsd Holdings LLC Turner Kelli $2,850,000
1901 Sweetbriar Nashville 37212 3/8 Calipari John Ke Holdings LLC $2,800,000
601 Madison Nashville 37208 2/23 Pelican Funds LLC Mainland Germantown LLC $2,791,000
207 3rd Nashville 37201 1/12 Jpw Residences LLC Estell Bobby $2,750,000
721 Lakeshore Old Hickory 37138 2/4 Lakeshore Pointe Realty LLC Apple Johnie M $2,725,000
3754 Central Hermitage 37076 3/8 V3 Central Pike GP Leeper Gary W $2,700,000
110 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 1/24 Jahangiri Ali Hensley Bert C $2,670,000
1404 South Nashville 37212 3/11 Carr John J Triggs John F $2,600,000
3925 Cross Creek Nashville 37215 2/28 Carleton Heather Anne; Carleton Jerry Francis Province Builders LLC $2,585,000
913 Lawrence Nashville 37204 2/15 Butcher Celia R; Butcher Jack Province Builders LLC $2,500,000
924 Marengo Nashville 37204 3/3 Boos Julie M Trustee Church Stephen Trustee $2,500,000
1136 Glenwood Nashville 37204 3/15 Glotzer Cary 752 Lynnwood LLC $2,500,000
2468 Abbott Martin Nashville 37215 3/14 Dastugue Michael P White John Moyers Jr $2,500,000
3605 Hampton Nashville 37215 3/23 Allen Madeleine Sloan Crawford Glover Lester B Jr $2,500,000
714 Starlit Nashville 37205 1/21 Waldrop Dixie D Volunteer State Dev LLC $2,400,000
5415 Stanford Nashville 37215 2/14 Hauff Jessica; Vidaureeta Rafael Butterworth Christopher; Hargett Charles $2,375,000
4437 Alcott Nashville 37215 3/15 Silver & Black Ent LLC Bluegrass Holdings LLC $2,350,000
7959 Poplar Creek Nashville 37221 3/24 Cannata Victor Michael Rebeiro Egbert $2,338,000
3029 Lakeshore Old Hickory 37138 1/21 Lunardi Jeanine L Trustee Ingram Brandon $2,320,000
1701 Cedar Nashville 37212 3/9 Lance Christopher Henderson Bruce Griffin $2,309,000
4425 Lealand Nashville 37204 1/13 Robinson Trevor A Province Builders LLC $2,300,000
1143 Glendale Nashville 37204 3/11 Cullen Thomas Diamantis Christopher $2,300,000
5453 Camelot Brentwood 37027 3/28 McDowell Heather Tucker Tanya D $2,275,000
1808 Sweetbriar Nashville 37212 2/18 Brian Duke Bevans Revocable Living Trust; Sheri L Bevans Revocable Living Trust Eftekhari Georgette; Eftekhari Shervin; Eftekhari-Asl Shervin $2,250,000
7 Wynstone Nashville 37215 2/15 Schmidt Jordan Talbott Mahsa; Talbott Masha $2,200,000
4040 Franklin Nashville 37204 1/11 Father Ryan High School Inc Carbine James R $2,184,000
17 Park Nashville 37215 1/28 Terchila Ellen S Wallace Teresa Lynn $2,175,000
5061 Hill Place Nashville 37205 3/30 Anderson Jennifer Jacoway Boyd G $2,150,000
2024 Kingsbury Nashville 37215 2/15 DP CA Residence Trust Baker Gary D; Baker Laura B $2,145,000
207 3rd Nashville 37201 3/22 Thomas Erin Joshua Ryan Keith Trust $2,125,000
130 Windsor Nashville 37205 2/17 Pritchett William Huber Todd C $2,040,000
933 Caldwell Nashville 37204 1/20 Filipski Russell Andrady Autumn $2,025,000
916 Acklen Nashville 37203 2/1 Nowinski Robert II Paragon Group LLC $2,000,000
3629 Woodmont Nashville 37215 3/9 Rzucidlo Gary Zager Lisa $2,000,000
6614 Ellwood Nashville 37205 3/11 Deruelle Dennis Stillwater Const And Dev LLC $1,999,999
955 Draughon Nashville 37204 2/9 Beegle Jessica Paige Build Nashville LLC $1,950,000
3616 Hoods Hill Nashville 37215 1/18 Harrell Edward Grant Patterson Thompson B Jr $1,937,500
3621 Woodmont Nashville 37215 3/4 Sharpton Suzanne R Gatto Laura A Trustee $1,925,000
6816 Fleetwood Nashville 37205 1/27 Tremblay Troy Td Ventures LLC $1,900,000
222 Brook Hollow Nashville 37205 3/1 Hobgood Austin C Cascioppo Stephen P $1,900,000
809 Lynnwood Nashville 37205 3/11 Miller Alastair C Allen Madeline Sloan Crawford $1,900,000
3533 Pin Hook Antioch 37013 3/30 Kipp Nashville Mayi Henry $1,900,000
4018B Lealand Nashville 37204 1/10 McSimov Shane Mason Derrick Trustee $1,850,000
1800 Beechwood Nashville 37212 3/8 Rohosy Anne Cahill Matthew J Trustee $1,850,000
848 Hillwood Nashville 37205 3/14 Tinker Jonathan Paul Td Ventures LLC $1,850,000
5358 Granny White Brentwood 37027 3/16 Coleman Brian Douglas Spyridon Christopher $1,840,000
4302 Glen Eden Nashville 37205 1/11 Griffin Michael R Trustee Hirt Andrew Louis $1,800,000
105 Page Nashville 37205 2/28 Lane Holding LLC Miller Alastair; Miller Lauren $1,800,000
805 AZURA LNDG Old Hickory 37138 1/4 David Daphne G; David Eric J Vallett Deborah G; Vallett Jeffrey William $1,799,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 2/25 Mullens Mary Colleen Apperson Michael W $1,780,000
3503 Richards Nashville 37215 1/3 JB Partners Lorance Kevin A $1,775,000
4011 Nebraska Nashville 37209 3/30 Harber Nathan Skudder William B Trustee $1,775,000
601 Madison Nashville 37208 2/14 Owens Bradley Ryan Mainland Germantown LLC $1,756,500
6451 Worchester Nashville 37221 2/28 Ross Keri Ann Baycora Leyla $1,750,000
5200 Hickory Hollow Antioch 37013 2/10 Rowan Propco LLC 5200 Hickory Hollow Partners LLC $1,750,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/8 Hamby Chris; Hamby Sherri 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,750,000
1108 Safety Harbor Old Hickory 37138 1/3 LDM Safety Harbor Holdings LLC Williamson Charles $1,730,000
4305B Utah Nashville 37209 3/21 King Richard Colin Richland Building Part LLC $1,725,000
5617 Ottershaw Brentwood 37027 3/18 Home Capital LLC Kim Sun Y $1,715,000
34 Park Nashville 37215 3/9 Mansfield Brett Barron 508 Investors LLC $1,715,000
1211 Paris Nashville 37212 3/23 Frank Larry Trustee Carney C Loy Trustee $1,700,000
4305A Utah Nashville 37209 2/17 Lothenbach Frank Jr Trustee Richland Building Partners LLC $1,680,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/17 Sub Innovations LLC 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,668,000
1501 Villa Nashville 37212 3/18 SLE Tennessee Rentals LLC Flores Philip E $1,660,000
4712 Tanglewood Nashville 37216 2/17 Hackett Family Trust Mabee Janelle M; Mabee Steven R II $1,650,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 2/15 Mitchell Jan El Caballero Joaquin G Jr Trustee $1,650,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/17 Cargile Robert Matison III 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,638,000
6021 Post Nashville 37205 1/24 Compton Charo Mae Mfi Nashville LLC $1,635,900
609 Ward Old Hickory 37138 1/26 Fry David Oneill Jessica L Trustee $1,635,000
4028 Aberdeen Nashville 37205 3/15 McWherter Mary Bess Pritchett William $1,633,000
3438 Stokesmont Nashville 37215 2/25 Blackwelder Mgmt Group LLC Harris Morgan $1,625,000
329 McKennell Nashville 37206 2/1 M Squared LLC Southern Exchange & Acquisition Inc Trustee $1,625,000
815 Halcyon Nashville 37204 3/1 Hahn Theodore Matthew; Wong Jenine Eulau Katelyn; Eulau Nicholas $1,620,000
707B Crescent Nashville 37205 2/18 Denker Henrik Bmb Properties $1,615,000
3621 Westbrook Nashville 37205 1/18 Malone Caroline Wells David $1,610,000
5129 Franklin Nashville 37220 1/10 Kain James F Jjlr Investments LLC $1,600,000
4112 Baldwin Arbor Nashville 37215 3/3 Hirt Andrew L Hirt Douglas $1,600,000
1022B 9th Nashville 37203 3/1 Calvert Harold M Neal James Trustee $1,600,000
1610B 6th Nashville 37208 2/2 Smith Ryan Donnell Bennu Business Holdings LLC $1,595,000
518 Wilson Nashville 37215 2/11 Geraci Living Trust Mulle Katie Stone $1,587,500
4807 Dakota Nashville 37209 2/17 Veenstra Zachary Build Nashville Db2 LLC $1,550,000
1812 Holly Nashville 37206 2/3 Hulse Ethan Apg Rentals LLC $1,550,000
2807 Vaulx Nashville 37204 3/22 Lawrence Mark Grant Ventures LLC $1,550,000
1704 Cedar Nashville 37212 3/4 Confluence Inv TN LLC Lockwood Eugenia Lee $1,545,000
4112 Media Nashville 37209 3/16 Barge William Stevens Svec Crystal $1,540,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 3/1 Bonner Land & Cattle Co LLC Berenguer Thomas J $1,537,500
229 Cherokee Nashville 37205 3/28 Burns Russ Harris Rebecca Trustee $1,535,000
4164 Outer Nashville 37204 1/28 Spilkin Simon Giompoletti Jason B $1,525,000
4709 Nevada Nashville 37209 3/15 Smith Emily Kerianne Bradley Christine B $1,517,500
1808 Blair Nashville 37212 2/24 Evans Brent Joseph; Mueller Dorothee Alexandra Pilkington Richard $1,500,000
900 20th Nashville 37212 2/11 Fiala Bruce A; Fiala Katie Oconnell Webb Kalen P; Webb Michael R $1,500,000
127 Carnavon Nashville 37205 3/9 Berkeley James R Kirk Kathryn Joyce $1,500,000
6348 Bresslyn Nashville 37205 3/3 Higginbotham Henry Dulaney Michael William $1,500,000
1947B Kimbark Nashville 37215 3/29 450 East LLC Hulsey Mary Elizabeth $1,500,000
6001 Obrien Nashville 37209 3/9 Seaside Inv LLC Potter Brothers Const LLC $1,500,000
2012 Cedar Nashville 37212 3/3 Ostermeyer Michael J Jbw Part GP $1,500,000
112 The Commons Nashville 37215 3/9 Greenwood Robert L Smith Constance A $1,497,305
117 Ransom Nashville 37205 3/14 Simpson Arnold Glenn Albert Craig Trustee $1,495,000
25 Roehrig Old Hickory 37138 3/11 Trainor William Drees Premier Homes Inc $1,485,040
705 Darden Nashville 37205 2/18 Top of the Hill Enterprises LLC H Gail Gibson-Milliron Revocable Trust $1,475,000
116 47th Nashville 37209 3/18 Navin John J Richland Building Part LLC $1,473,245
5906 Hickory Valley Nashville 37205 3/2 Leeper Van William Guerrier Dev LLC $1,460,000
4201 Utah Nashville 37209 3/25 Scully Meredith Lawrence Darnell Joseph Ryan $1,456,299
114 37th Nashville 37209 1/11 Andrew E Kudera Revocable Trust 1999 Loftis Donald $1,450,000
904 Gale Nashville 37204 1/27 Maltese James P Nashville Const Co Inc $1,450,000
1909 Russell Nashville 37206 2/24 Goldman Gregg Davis Ryan P $1,450,000
904A Gale Nashville 37204 1/21 Norton Kevin Patrick Nashville Const Co Inc $1,449,000
3800 Tulane Nashville 37215 3/31 Black Bayou Properties LLC Roberts Joshua B $1,445,000
3518 Hopkins Nashville 37215 3/10 Nelson John Trustee Jackson Vergie M $1,425,000
920B2 Acklen Nashville 37203 1/14 Lindsley Megan Bockman Jason $1,411,606
4612 Skymont Nashville 37215 3/10 Aiken Walter R Mansfield Alissa $1,405,000
3426 Stokesmont Nashville 37215 1/5 Kunze Claiborne White Pines Building Group LLC $1,400,000
1727 Linden Nashville 37212 1/21 Cartwright Misty Lane Swann Robert Glen $1,400,000
4013 Colorado Nashville 37209 2/23 Dettwiller Ann Kathryn Baker Matthew G $1,400,000
6400 Harding Nashville 37205 2/18 Day Suzanne Bercut Trustee Bowler Gail H Trustee $1,400,000
6212 Hickory Valley Nashville 37205 2/3 Vintage South LLC Dashiff Michael D $1,400,000
5206 Wyoming Nashville 37209 3/14 Wautlet Ryan Anderson Jennifer $1,400,000
1519A Kirkwood Nashville 37212 3/28 Pressly Daniel Eric Build Nashville LLC $1,400,000
108 Fern Nashville 37207 3/25 Berg Micah Cain Trustee Bullard Gregory B $1,395,500
411 Prestwick Nashville 37205 2/7 Winsett Elizabeth Moats Shelley $1,389,595
700 Overton Nashville 37215 3/15 Edwards John Ginger Wood Holloway Revocable Living Trust $1,385,000
1949 Kimbark Nashville 37215 3/21 Investors Nation LLC Querbes Kathryn Obrien $1,375,000
1067 Lynnwood Nashville 37215 3/1 1067 Lynnwood Blvd Trust Arnett Darrell Gene; Arnett Debra Ann $1,370,000
1615 5th Nashville 37208 2/28 Newman Brian T Dabrowski Catherine R $1,367,000
2308 White Nashville 37204 2/1 Hall Brandon Koehler Snyder William Francis $1,365,000
6315 Valley Nashville 37205 3/3 Chesnut Infill GP Tatro Thomas E $1,362,000
2001 Kingsbury Nashville 37215 3/2 Equity Trust Co Custodian Robert Smiley & Nona Smiley Revocable Living Trust $1,360,000
520 Hobbs Creek Nashville 37215 1/11 Gehring Thomas G Trustee Haury & Smith Cont Inc $1,350,000
6040 Jocelyn Hollow Nashville 37205 1/5 Edwards William D Trustee White Donald Scott Trustee $1,350,000
921A Woodmont Nashville 37204 3/1 Thone Scott Alan C&J Builders LLC $1,350,000
4203 Utah Nashville 37209 3/21 Deane Tanya Darnell Joseph Ryan $1,350,000
1916 Castleman Nashville 37215 3/28 Gattu Jayaprakash Wayne Enterprises GP $1,350,000
1219 Villa Nashville 37212 3/2 Hagood Paul G Carr John J $1,350,000
3406 Trimble Nashville 37215 3/24 Edwards Paul F T Trustee Blue Sky Horizon GP $1,350,000
706 Cantrell Nashville 37215 2/1 Bartek Stephen III Davies Michael Bremner Trustee $1,340,000
4112 Idaho Nashville 37209 2/1 Murray Jessica L BRG LLC $1,325,500
4300 Lindawood Nashville 37215 1/3 Jb Partners Clanton Janet L Estate $1,325,000
59 Brookwood Nashville 37205 1/13 Yousem Jordan Benjamin Aspen Construction LLC $1,325,000
946B Glendale Nashville 37204 2/18 Rowley John Posnik Oksana $1,325,000
1714B Hillmont Nashville 37215 3/9 Benson Joshua Spilkin Simon $1,325,000
2416 Linden Nashville 37212 2/2 Efinger James K Hyde Const Group LLC $1,324,000
2126 Century Farms Antioch 37013 3/10 Bulls-Eye Century Farms LLC Century Farms LLC $1,322,286
4303 Lealand Nashville 37204 3/17 Rogers Edward Magargee Peter Trustee $1,315,000
111 Bellevue Nashville 37205 1/4 Stephanie L Mallen Management Trust Knutson Michelle; Knutson Sally $1,300,000
3813 Nevada Nashville 37209 1/13 Hamilton James Stuart Ls-Tg Home Fund LLC $1,300,000
1411 Old Hickory Brentwood 37027 2/1 Home Capital LLC Cary William James $1,300,000
1333 7th Nashville 37208 3/2 Bird Michael Jonesd Clayton H $1,300,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/8 Broadwest 1708 LLC Chargerco Properties II LLC $1,300,000
4314 Estes Nashville 37215 3/22 Equity Trust Co Hill John W Executor $1,300,000
920 Kirkwood Nashville 37204 3/25 Graves Frank Alexander Louise Anne $1,300,000
1705 Sweetbriar Nashville 37212 3/16 Coyle Hardie Family Found LLC Bonnyman Claudia C $1,300,000
59 Brookwood Nashville 37205 1/5 McCullough Kathalleyne Aspen Construction LLC $1,299,000
2006 Castleman Nashville 37215 3/4 Pundor Phillipia A Hubbard Michael Scott $1,283,750
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/11 Goodman Mark 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,279,000
3709 Estes Nashville 37215 1/27 Simpson John Blair Marvin S Jr $1,275,000
6040 Hill Nashville 37209 1/12 Jones Wendy Stonehouse Const LLC $1,275,000
1408 Beddington Nashville 37215 3/15 Dale William Turner John M $1,275,000
3800 Nebraska Nashville 37209 2/23 Jackson Matthew Davidson Kathleen $1,270,000
840 Woodmont Nashville 37204 2/11 Havill Aaron Michael; Havill Courtney E Silvers Bernie; Silvers Jodie $1,265,000
827 Kirkwood Nashville 37204 3/3 Chesnut Infill GP Hall Lacarlos $1,265,000
2115 Fairfax Nashville 37212 1/11 2111 Fairfax Ave LLC Simpson John $1,255,000
1519B Kirkwood Nashville 37212 3/24 Reed Michael C Build Nashville LLC $1,253,400
2803 White Oak Nashville 37215 3/17 Ruth Tammy Shirley Willis Jessica $1,250,000
722 Georgetown Nashville 37205 3/11 Sontag Michael D Trustee Cooper Edgar B $1,250,000
4911 Nebraska Nashville 37209 3/9 Edwards Mark A Navin John J $1,250,000
6100 New York Nashville 37209 3/1 Carver Brooke Nicole Trustee 6100 New York LLC $1,248,000
1417 Eastland Nashville 37206 1/4 Anderson Jordan Campbell Matthew Dolan $1,244,000
3903 Nevada Nashville 37209 1/18 Fast Nathan Jean Lafitte Designs LLC $1,225,000
473 Huntington Ridge Nashville 37211 3/7 Ball Gina; Ball Gordon; Ravanelle Adam; Ravenelle Jessica Sferrella Sheila M; Wedel Cindy S $1,225,000
210 Kensington Nashville 37215 3/17 Dill John Elton McGriff Ruth C Trustee $1,225,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/28 Silva Anthony Jr Trustee 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,219,000
114 47th Nashville 37209 2/14 Jmb Holdings LLC Richland Building Partners LLC $1,208,325
1401 Kirkwood Nashville 37212 3/2 Harpur Benjamin Leskel Olesya A; Lopez Carlos Federico $1,205,000
519 Crieve Nashville 37220 1/12 Templeton Natasha B Champion John C $1,200,000
263 Fairway Nashville 37214 1/5 Ceule Denise Hollywood Karen $1,200,000
700 1st Nashville 37201 1/4 505 Eve Properties LLC Oii Property Lp $1,200,000
1904 Kimbark Nashville 37215 2/10 Hood Kristen Prince Brittany Walker $1,200,000
103 Pembroke Nashville 37205 2/17 Culp Lacey; Culp William B III Smith David H; Smith Gardner O $1,200,000
224 Heady Nashville 37205 2/17 224 Heady LLC Cavazos Gary D Estate $1,200,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 2/22 Gray Jill E Obmascik; Gray Michael J Wohlers Chad $1,200,000
6201 Bresslyn Nashville 37205 2/2 Marengo St Inv LLC Top of the Hill Enterprises LLC $1,200,000
815 Forest Acres Nashville 37220 2/16 Moorad Jan Coleman Brian D $1,200,000
1900 Oakhill Nashville 37206 2/14 Amos Allison Earley; Amos Anthony Jason Paragon Group LLC $1,200,000
909 Gilmore Nashville 37204 2/16 Kelly Megan Douglas Slaughter Jeffrey Carl $1,200,000
2059 Timberwood Nashville 37215 2/8 Marcus Kent Trustee Sauder Donald R Trustee $1,200,000
921B Woodmont Nashville 37204 3/7 Stebelton Andrew D; Stebelton Melissa J C & J Builders LLC $1,200,000
3613 Rainbow Nashville 37204 3/24 Bergfeld Brian Philpot Ross E $1,200,000
124 Brighton Close Nashville 37205 3/16 Balk Pamela Fulton Sandra $1,200,000
1705 Green Hills Nashville 37215 3/25 Freed Judith Fisher McEachern William A $1,200,000
4802 Dakota Nashville 37209 3/2 Boyd Philip Michael Barry Matthew Louis $1,200,000
4108 Lone Oak Nashville 37215 3/16 Maddox Michael Kevin Tompkins Michael $1,200,000
3635 General Bate Nashville 37204 2/3 Phillips Bradley Shulman Adam Charles $1,199,900
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/18 Mathias David 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,195,000
514 Hobbs Creek Nashville 37215 3/3 Waters Caroline C Haury & Smith Contractors Inc $1,190,000
4225 Central Hermitage 37076 3/3 Beazer Homes LLC Mhk Ventures LLC $1,188,000
1818B Shackleford Nashville 37215 3/8 Schultz Robert Deruelle Dennis $1,180,000
1208 Linden Nashville 37212 1/13 Kusserow Paul Trustee Bodytko Cassandra $1,175,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 2/1 Watson Kevin Hardie William Huger III Trustee $1,175,000
1485 Woodmont Nashville 37215 3/3 Mishra Ravi P Evans Alan Rashaan $1,175,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/22 Signature Six LLC 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,164,000
3411 Richards Nashville 37215 3/4 Stephenson Home Co LLC Daugherty Andrew Tyler $1,164,000
135 50th Nashville 37209 3/3 Joyce Jesse Sherbakoff Melissa; Sherbakoff Thomas $1,160,000
612 Maplewood Nashville 37216 3/1 Merriman Mike Trustee Southard Emily Leonard $1,160,000
2223 10th Nashville 37204 3/29 Sanyal Upamanyu Watkins Gaelon $1,160,000
4483 Heath Nashville 37221 1/5 Gerald David Allison Revocable Trust Blackhawk Iii LLC $1,155,000
1019 Davidson Nashville 37206 1/12 Dottie Lee Properties LLC Metropolitan Const LLC $1,150,000
5336 Stanford Nashville 37215 1/11 Gray Harrison Smith Dorothy Boren Estate $1,150,000
914 Kirkwood Nashville 37204 1/12 Hoar Madeleine Rockwood Piper Mark $1,150,000
1110 Sigler Nashville 37203 2/17 2015 Lucas Family Trust Price Amber $1,150,000
3905 Valley Nashville 37205 3/2 Glover Lester B Rose Stephen Matthew $1,150,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/8 Haley Richard Wallace 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,149,000
828A Argyle Nashville 37203 3/10 Burns Brian Whitcher Kurt L $1,143,275
1213B Sigler Nashville 37203 1/18 Mondello Timothy Prestige Pmc LLC $1,140,000
26 Washington Nashville 37205 2/10 Waltemath Gary Potter Thomas K $1,140,000
3127 Parthenon Nashville 37203 3/3 Boulden Timothy U Smith Hannah $1,140,000
8638 Poplar Creek Nashville 37221 1/11 Johnson Melissa Franklin Cartwright Jennifer M $1,139,000
3706 Granny White Nashville 37204 1/20 Kocher Ryan Pritchett-Pate Yvonne $1,135,000
5662 Cloverland Brentwood 37027 2/3 5662 Cloverland LLC Crabtree Diane Moseley $1,125,000
1102 Sigler Nashville 37203 1/24 Schaefer Lee Schaefer Patrick $1,120,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 2/9 Coury Robert S 1600 West End Ave Partners LLC $1,117,000
1414 Woodmont Nashville 37215 2/7 Hampton George Marfell Jason Thomas $1,101,000
2537 Park Green Old Hickory 37138 2/16 Grand Gors LLC Music City Classics Inc $1,100,000
2607 Whites Creek Nashville 37207 2/16 2607 Whites Creek Pike LLC 1 Public Homes LLC; Fedorovich Edward $1,100,000
1212 Laurel Nashville 37203 3/25 Walsh Katherine Bonner E Wayne $1,100,000
110 31st Nashville 37203 3/4 Weiss Bahr H Chen Liwei $1,100,000
1490 Woodmont Nashville 37215 3/16 Harris Luke Robert Daniels Jason L $1,100,000
1502 Shelby Nashville 37206 3/16 Showalter John S Estrada Lisa $1,100,000
115 Kenner Nashville 37205 3/29 Dotson Dunn Michael Ramsden Bruce H $1,100,000
221 54th Nashville 37209 3/30 Ostrowski Andrew Schaetz Barbara $1,085,400
5304 Brentview Hills Nashville 37220 2/9 Walne James A Paden Matthew Terry $1,076,000
915 Battlefield Nashville 37204 1/12 Adkins Amy Young Stallings Sarah C $1,075,000
1213 Taggartwood Brentwood 37027 3/2 Lodge Richard M Munro John Robert $1,075,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/15 Fusco Daniel 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,072,000
6711 Darden Nashville 37205 3/3 Michael Jordan Harwell Roxie M Trustee $1,070,000
5929 Pettus Antioch 37013 1/26 Muckala Raymond M Mann Joseph $1,055,000
2725 Westwood Nashville 37204 2/18 Loecher Brittany; Loecher Nikolas Westwood I LLC $1,055,000
129 Brighton Close Nashville 37205 3/16 Bahan Patrick B Marrow Lance M $1,055,000
146 Haverford Nashville 37205 1/18 Dacus Ryan J Mulloy Eugene G Jr $1,050,000
1243 Saxon Nashville 37215 1/3 Gertie Q LLC Saxon Drive LLC $1,050,000
504 Hamilton Nashville 37203 1/26 Ray Lindsay E Baxter Joshua $1,050,000
515 Church Nashville 37219 1/19 Bone Harold G Jr Kelley Ann Marie $1,050,000
732 Greeley Nashville 37205 2/3 Garwill LLC Belote Eloise G $1,050,000
253 33rd Nashville 37209 3/2 McCormick Kevin T Johnson Wesley $1,050,000
5514 Kelly Brentwood 37027 3/29 Henshaw Mary Laurel Wright John Dayton Jr $1,050,000
1232 2nd Nashville 37207 3/1 Overton Joseph Evins Snow Jeremy $1,050,000
2612 Westwood Nashville 37212 3/29 Garfi Ryan Daniel Harrell Gary R $1,050,000
2815 Kirkwood Nashville 37204 3/2 Epstein-Levi Sarah Woodruff Brett $1,050,000
222 Marcia Nashville 37209 3/28 Taylormade Contracting LLC Meridian Const Co LLC $1,050,000
3706 Princeton Nashville 37205 3/24 Carrington John Mitchell II Whitacre Jeffrey T $1,050,000
980 Youngs Nashville 37207 3/4 MacFarlane Matthew A Up Parthip GP $1,050,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 1/10 Siya Hospitality LLC 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,049,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/9 Green Rachel S Trustee 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,047,000
4421 Alcott Nashville 37215 1/4 Amden Jessica; Amden Jose Ragghianti Mary K $1,046,000
128 Abbottsford Nashville 37215 2/2 J&B Realty Holdings LLC Brent Michael D Executor $1,040,000
325 Chamberlin Nashville 37209 2/24 Beckner James Lancaster Jr Dwyer Steven $1,040,000
1308 Falkirk Nashville 37221 3/22 Dragnich Andrea Redding Smith Patricia H $1,040,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/18 Kelley Todd 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,037,000
901 Montrose Nashville 37204 3/23 Boatwright William R Bonadio Anthony M $1,035,000
6136 Chickering Nashville 37215 2/9 Chesnut Infill Gp Sandidge Kent IV $1,030,000
3000 Poston Nashville 37203 1/27 Stone Jonathan David Chapman Marshall $1,025,000
4413 Charleston Place Nashville 37215 2/10 Grice Charles A Whitefield Lowell C Trustee $1,025,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/14 Jong Ate Dirk De 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,022,000
2148 Timberwood Nashville 37215 1/12 Hatfield Retta Jane Hatfield Jeffrey S $1,010,000
1616 West End Nashville 37203 3/1 Ransom Jonathan C Trustee 1600 West End Ave Part LLC $1,007,000
3707 Westbrook Nashville 37205 3/17 Williams Clayton Finkel Jonathan M $1,005,000
1829 Primrose Nashville 37212 1/11 Chen Dennis Cavarretta Samuel L $1,000,000
235 Foxboro Madison 37115 1/5 Anderson Paul J Jr Copeland Robert F Jr $1,000,000
1311 Tyne Nashville 37215 2/10 J L Holloway LLC Hatch Deborah Lunn $1,000,000
705 27th Nashville 37208 2/17 Burrell Sisters Mgmt LLC Thrive At City Heights LLC $1,000,000
2130 Buena Vista Nashville 37218 2/18 Fed Dev LLC Mayo Dianne S; Mayo Marable Lee Jr $1,000,000
707 27th Nashville 37208 2/8 Nash Keary Elizabeth Thrive at City Heights LLC $1,000,000
2315 Lloyd Nashville 37218 3/24 HBG Holdings LLC Forsythe Wallace T $1,000,000
3754 Central Pike Hermitage 37076 3/8 V3 Central Pike Guerrier Dev LLC $1,000,000
4617 Churchwood Nashville 37220 3/23 Concord Capital LLC Pearson Sam $1,000,000
111 13th Nashville 37206 3/25 Wilson Shawn Zunz Emmanuel $1,000,000

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11. Baker Donelson elects 3 Nashville shareholders -

Baker Donelson has elected 11 new shareholders across the firm, including Bert Chollet, Andrew J. Droke and Ryan M. Richards of the Nashville office.

Chollet, a member of Baker Donelson’s construction group, provides clients in all areas of the construction industry with a full range of services in connection with projects throughout the U.S. and abroad.

12. Dickens of a time to be buying new Midstate house -

West Meade is fast becoming one of the most popular neighborhoods in Nashville, a statistic difficult to prove as every neighborhood in Nashville thinks it could lay claim to that prize, and all have the statistics to support their arguments.

13. Electric Avenue sale shocking; interest rates curbing frenzy -

If a person decided to rock down to Electric Avenue in order to buy a home, said person might be shocked to find the cost of Electric had jumped even more than the price of gasoline.

Last week, Robert Drimmer – often referred to as Robbie – listed and sold 1503 Electric Avenue, getting $1.2 million for the 2,758-square-foot home.

14. Siri, what did the last couple say they were willing to pay? -

The Ring doorbell and similar security and camera devices have ushered in a new era in real estate showings. Often, after viewing a listing, the buyers and the buyers’ agents stop on the front porch to discuss their assessment of the property.

15. Bradley adds Chaloner to intellectual property group -

Aaron Chaloner has joined Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP as a senior attorney in the Intellectual Property Practice Group.

Chaloner focuses his practice on patent prosecution in the life science and biotechnology industry. He is experienced in all stages of intellectual property prosecution and provides strategic counsel to his clients regarding copyright, trademark, patent and trade secret concerns.

16. Sky high: Bidding wars find another home in tall condos -

The “When will it end?” question continues to be floated as many are being priced out of the Nashville market. Those who have watched prices skyrocket faster than their income and their savings accounts are praying for relief.

17. Rising rates add another hurdle for harried buyers -

Historically, rising interest rates force hesitant buyers to jump from the fences and into the fray. As rates have begun a steady climb recently, borrowers are clamoring to lenders in order to lock rates before they increase even more.

18. Coming soon or already sold? This game’s getting old -

Mammals are unable to be slightly pregnant. They either are or they aren’t. Real estate, on the other hand, can be slightly for sale.

The term “Coming Soon” fills sellers with elation as they anticipate thousands of potential buyers saving the searches on the various unreliable websites and standing in queue in order to enter the homes when the whistle is blown, the starting gun fired or the horn sounded.

19. No spring break vacation from our housing frenzy -

Spring break has been considered sacred in the world of residential real estate. During the seven days – nine, really, as there are four weekend days of spring break – real estate rested.

20. When sellers hold the cards, it’s hard to get them to fold -

Not since the release of “The Exorcist” has there been as much debate about possession, though the focus now is on real estate.

With offers being accepted for mountains of cash over list price, some of the other terms of the contract are sometimes being overlooked. One of the more important being the possession of the property.

21. $245K more than asking price? How about $350K? -

As the entire city is beset with flu, various strains of COVID and a nasty rhinovirus, home sales continue to flourish. Sellers are receiving offers for hundreds of thousands of dollars over the list price in all areas of town.

22. Average area home price rises $116K from Jan. 2021 -

It had to happen eventually. January sales were down 3% compared to January 2021, although that is no reflection on the strength of the market. The drop is more indicative of the lack of inventory that has plagued the market for over a year.

23. 2021 another record year, especially in $1M-plus sales -

The Greater Nashville area set a record with 47,285 residential sales in 2021, Greater Nashville Realtors records show, eclipsing the old record of 44,824 sales set in 2020. This is a surprising number since the area has experienced agonizingly low inventory for more than two years.

24. Convenience vs. quality: Oh, for an internet do-over -

Spotify has been in the news lately with Neil Young and Joni Mitchell pulling their music to protest COVID-19 misinformation being spread by Joe Rogan on his popular podcast, which Spotify hosts.

Down a little farther in those stories are details on how little artists are paid by streaming services. Some leaders of the Music Row community feel they overlooked Napster – which birthed the music-streaming industry – when it began pirating their material in the early days of the commercial internet.

25. In the Heights: Another neighborhood takes off -

Sylvan Heights is a neighborhood that played bridesmaid to Sylvan Park for years. Located off Charlotte Pike, as opposed to Sylvan Park’s boundary off Murphy Road, the area was filed with smaller residences, most constructed with asbestos shingle siding that clad the 1,200- to 1,500-square-foot homes.

26. Greater Nashville Realtors rings in new leadership -

The Greater Nashville Realtors announced its slate of officers last month, and the community should be aware of who these leaders are as, historically, this group has had a profound impact on all things real estate in the city, with last year being no exception.

27. We need to get a few things resolved in 2022 -

A few months ago, many were excited for 2021 to end and thrilled to welcome 2022. That might have changed, as it seems that everyone knows someone who has contracted COVID recently. “As infectious as the measles,” people are saying, though it seems even more so.

28. Where, how to house thousands of new arrivals? -

Those following the Nashville residential real estate market witnessed a surprising march through the initial COVID-19 invasion when the city was closed for several weeks. Even having been designated an essential service, the real estate community had concerns over what the future might hold, even as buyers were still flocking into town in swarms.

29. What’s yours is mine, at least for a couple of months -

Nashville real estate sales increased 9% in November compared to November 2021, Greater Nashville Realtors sales data shows. That happened with fewer homes to sell, 4,732 properties in inventory compared to 6,200 the previous November.

30. Top Davidson County residential sales for November 2021 -

Top residential real estate sales, November 2021, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

31. ‘As is?’ As if! Buyers, sellers have different definitions -

The term “as is” has been around as long as there have been real estate transactions. But its interpretation can be confusing for both sellers and buyers.

To buyers, “as is” translates to “we know this house is a piece of junk and will collapse at any minute unless the electrical system combusts and the structure bursts into flames only slightly before the structural issues cause the dwelling to fall into the center of the earth.”

32. Come together: Beatles, Realtors eventually succeed -

With the exception of politics – and COVID now falls into that realm, apparently – nothing has received as much press ballyhoo as the release of Peter Jackson’s film “Get Back.” For those who might have missed it, the film is an eight-hour documentary on the Beatles making of the album and movie that was originally called Let it Be.

33. Santa’s bag holds no pools, major appliances this year -

Prices are ascending as the holidays descend upon the city, and developers and builders are frustrated as they are unable to keep pace with demand. Individuals desiring renovations, additions and swimming pools are incensed that no one will work for them.

34. How can sales decline 7% in red-hot housing market? -

The late George Carlin was a comedian who enjoyed wordplay and dissecting the English language. In particular, he often examined phrases used in everyday language that, if taken literally, would have a completely different meaning.

35. What a difference a year makes in new build prices -

When preparing to take the real estate examination, students learn of the term force majeure, a little used procedure in the world of real estate. Force majeure would fall into the “Let the buyer beware” category, though both these terms have more relevance than they have had in the past 40 years.

36. Paying too much to relocate? It depends on your options -

In the past 30 days, 76 homes sold in Davidson County for $1 million or more with 60 of those being homes built since the turn of the century. That number is slightly down from the 83 sold during the same period last year when 50 of those sales were for homes built since 2000.

37. The Terminators: They’ll be back to kill more deals -

The 2021 real estate market is a paradoxical mélange of sales juxtaposed with contract terminations, some houses selling in minutes while some homes linger on the market for months.

Buyers are forced to walk the tightrope of impetuosity and patience, waiting for the perfect – or almost acceptable – home while pulling the trigger the second the property enters the market.

38. ‘Go away’ isn’t a viable strategy for handling influx -

There are those who are irritated by the growth the Nashville area is experiencing, and their concerns are well-founded. Some of the accusations flowing are somewhat scathing. Is it greed that drives Realtors to sell real estate to those employees of firms moving to town?

39. Those cranes aren’t flying away unless we chase them -

Some have designated the crane as the official bird of Nashville. The skyline is decorated with the machinery swinging through the heights of the city, now spreading their wings into Midtown, down West End and into SoBro.

40. Slowdown? Not in homes selling for $1M or more -

Almost everyone wants the residential real estate market to slow. Realtors cannot find homes for buyers, homeowners will not sell because they have no place to go and builders are building like mad but cannot get inspections in time for deadlines. All of which means the supply of homes is limited.

41. Randomly ruminating on real estate and beyond -

Veteran and award-winning sports writer Joe Biddle often led his columns with “Random Ruminations while wondering whatever happened to (insert formerly famous celebrity here).” While lacking his talent, there are times when randomness needs to fall onto the printed page and, with apologies to Joe, I shall ruminate.

42. A torrent of opinions on federal flood insurance -

For those who have grown weary of debating vaccinations, insurrections and recent elections, I offer a new subject for debate – flood insurance.

With the recent devastation in Waverly, severe flooding across the country and the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Ida, flood insurance claims are flowing into insurance carriers and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) from all corners of the nation.

43. VA loans mount comeback; August sales in slight retreat -

There was a time when there were fewer veterans than there are now, and Veterans’ Administration loans had seemingly faded away.

With the 20 years of fighting in and around Iraq and Afghanistan, there have been tens of thousands of men and women serving our country, and the number of veterans eligible for VA loans has skyrocketed.

44. Spread the word: Party’s winding down for short-term rentals -

News has never traveled faster than it does today, but the latest news concerning the short-term rental situation in Nashville seems to have exited the information highway.

Short-term rentals (STRs) began to boom in Nashville in 2015, some eight years after the company Airbnb was founded and began to gain momentum in the “It City,” which also has become known as “The Bachelorette Party Capital of the World.”

45. List low, sell high: Let the bidders drive up the price -

With the post-Labor Day listing surge days away and the local real estate market spinning out of control, the feeding frenzy will once again fly into full swing. And while there are thousands of buyers hovering and an abundance of sellers, overpricing houses could be a big mistake.

46. Market ready to accelerate again after August respite -

August is a slower month for real estate showings as families take that one last vacation, begin to prepare for the upcoming school year and, in these times of COVID, develop plans for quarantine and even another shutdown.

47. Kind souls provide for those with no place to call home -

In spite of all the homes sales being logged in and around in the Greater Nashville area, homelessness remains a major concern for the city. Homeless advocate and Room in the Inn founder Charles Strobel recently noted that homelessness is increasing even as the city flourishes.

48. Poll: Mortgage shoppers still seeking human interaction -

With the pandemic gaining speed once again, many Realtors and sellers are concerned as to how the market will be affected. With the Nashville market having its best two years in history during the pandemic, most are not worried.

49. Literally, a lot to dislike in overused, misused phrases -

People say “a lot” a lot. When they say “a lot,” they use it to describe a large quantity such as “a lot of baloney,” which should be a lot of bologna. But since they have made it to this point in misspeaking, they might as well butcher bologna.

50. Brat house: Sellers see nothing but perfection -

Houses are often like spoiled children, the product of loving parents who feel their offspring can do no wrong. Houses are often viewed with the same affection by their owners. They are absolutely wonderful. Flawless. If you do not believe the owner, read the property condition disclosure.

51. Top Davidson County commercial sales for June 2021 -

Top commercial real estate sales, June 2021, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

52. Fannie, Freddie take a load off by dropping 0.5% fee -

In 2012, interest rates for 30-year mortgages dipped to less than 4% for the first time in history, a full 14 points less than the 18% rate of 1981. When this phenomenon hit nine years ago, homeowners sprinted to their favorite mortgage lenders to refinance their homes at the new rates.

53. Top Davidson County residential sales for second quarter 2021 -

Top residential real estate sales, second quarter 2021, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

54. Top Davidson County residential sales for June 2021 -

Top residential real estate sales, June 2021, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

55. We keep selling more houses than we have to sell -

So much for the “blood out of a turnip” adage. Each month, the Nashville real estate market continues to set records for the number of sales by pulling transactions from the lowest inventory level in decades.

56. Newcomers, return to offices bring worsening traffic woes -

Nashgeddon! It’s coming! During the pandemic, as traffic slowed, the woes and moans of the drivers dropped into eerie silence. With the decrease in cars skirting about the roads and bridges of the county, travelers were once again happy, safe in their little COVID hideaways traveling down the highways.

57. New to town? Here’s the lowdown on snakes to avoid -

Tennessee is loaded with snakes, and many are eager to share their habitation with humans. Certainly, they have enjoyed their time among us over the past several thousand years.

Since the publication of the Bible – and its first chapter, aptly named Genesis – snakes have gotten a bad rap. The snake lovers on Facebook’s Tennessee snake identification and education page say snakes have been unfairly vilified. The admin people on that page know their snakes and can identify them with ease, even those regular Tennesseans might find confusing.

58. Don’t get starstruck when buying a celebrity’s home -

Nashville is a community that has always had its share of celebrities, with most of them hailing from the country music industry. Some homegrown talent such as Reese Witherspoon, Mookie Betts, David Price, Brant Snedeker and Oprah Winfrey have provided some diversity in the celebrity circles.

59. Top Davidson County commercial sales for May 2021 -

Top commercial real estate sales, May 2021, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

60. 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.

61. Sellers cashing out, heading to lakes, beaches, mountains -

Where have all the sellers gone? Long time passing. Actually, it’s a fairly recent phenomenon that has large numbers of Middle Tennesseans cashing out of the real estate frenzy and going far, far away to work remotely.

62. Doing the right thing isn’t always best thing for clients -

There was a time when Realtors could trust one another to do what they said they would. But, then those pesky regulations of the Tennessee Real Estate Commission began to take precedent over courtesy and integrity, causing even more mayhem in a chaotic market.

63. All these newcomers are going to need some coaching up -

With the population exploding in Nashville and the Midstate area, newcomers should be aware that there are certain words and phrases that did not exist in their previous habitats and would be good to know.

64. Williamson sales booming, even in middle of month -

Last week was a big one for closings in Williamson County with 121 properties changing hands, an enormous number for the middle of the month since most residential real estate closings occur at the end of each month.

65. Record April sales obliterate April 2020’s record sales -

Buyers and Realtors alike are lamenting the paucity of real estate inventory in the area. With enormous demand and many homes receiving more than 30 offers – many for hundreds of thousands of dollars more than over list price – April sales numbers are staggering.

66. Congratulations, your home sale has fallen through -

The negative side of the current residential real estate market, other than the fact that, on average, 90% of the offers that are submitted are rejected, is that an inordinately number of the accepted offers are eventually terminated.

67. East Nashville home goes for $175K more than list -

As the melee continues in the Nashville real estate market, the battles for homes have spread far beyond areas that might normally fetch prices in the tens or maybe even hundreds of thousands of dollars more than asking price.

68. $75,000 more than asking price? Williamson takes off -

Many have heard the stories of woe emanating from Williamson County as hundreds of would-be buyers are trying to purchase homes in the area only to be rebuffed by sellers who are swimming in offers.

69. Cook, McKee ramp up commitment to Habitat -

Paul Cook entered the real estate business in 1972 and quickly established himself as a man with a keen intellect and the eye of a visionary entrepreneur. Over time, his reputation as a builder was as sound as the foundations of his homes.

70. Yes, that’s my listing, but if you have any questions ... -

Window treatments remain with the property in most real estate transactions, largely because it is written into the boiler plate language in the contract.

As the contracts have evolved, the term was more defined and included curtains – draperies in the more expensive homes – and the hardware, including the rods and equipment that hold the curtains to the walls.

71. Top Davidson County commercial sales for February 2021 -

Top commercial real estate sales, February 2021, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

72. Buying frenzy sends prices on self-perpetuating climb -

As the residential real estate market remains ablaze, a ritual for showing and selling homes has been established. The properties are listed and made active on a Friday, then are open for showings with 15-minute windows Saturday and Sunday, some with open houses Sunday so that shopper can view the frenzy firsthand.

73. Top Davidson County residential sales for February 2021 -

Top residential real estate sales, February 2021, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

74. Greater Nashville Realtors celebrate year like no other -

Last weekend, the Greater Nashville Realtors showcased the cream of the real estate crop when they produced “Broadway: The Show Must Go On.” The theme was inspired by the work performed by the Realtor members during 2020, a year fraught with challenges for the community and the world.

75. The early bird gets nothing without an above-list offer -

The Nashville-area real estate market is hotter than hot, as anyone involved can attest. And heading south on I-65, a reasonable solution in markets past, offers no relief.

In all of Williamson County, there were some 18 houses on the market Friday in the $550,000-$800,000 price range, with several of those entering the market Friday. These properties were in Brentwood, Nolensville, Franklin and all points between those municipalities.

76. Supply is far outpaced by demand in Midstate market -

Spring break is two weeks away for most schools, although in many homes the break means little as the children were not attending school and many families are not comfortable traveling.

In years gone by within real estate circles, the break signaled the end of a dormant winter market and heralded the arrival of an anticipated vibrant spring market.

77. Zero, 1 day on market new norm in hot winter market -

Over a closing table this week, Brandon Miller, a founding member of Wagon Wheel Title, waxed brilliantly on his observations as a residential real estate closing attorney. During its 15-year of existence, Wagon Wheel has blossomed into one of the leading title companies in Nashville with Miller witnessing numerous closings for properties located in all geographical areas of Greater Nashville.

78. Zillow now more embedded in local real estate offices -

Over the past 15 to 20 years, most real estate firms have transitioned to call centers to help schedule appointments for the firms’ listings. Many companies relied on either “Showing Time Appointment Center” or “Centralized Showing Service,” my personal favorite, as the telephone connections were better and the service provided by those answering the phone was more professional.

79. Music City real estate still singing the same hit song -

January sales numbers have been released by the Greater Nashville Realtors, and it’s the same old story despite the new year: Sales are strong with 2,745 closings representing a 4% increase compared to January 2020.

80. Forbearance bubble? Not in this hot housing market -

Elliot Eisenberg is an internationally acclaimed economist who is able to mix his wit with his wisdom and communicates each day to 20,000 recipients of his 70-word blog, available to all at Econ70.com.

81. Inexcusable construction flaw or a convenient scapegoat? -

Many houses are selling for thousands if not hundreds of thousands of dollars more than list price. Others are not selling. There’s usually a fatal flaw when a house remains unsold in this market. Sometimes they are hidden, but they are there.

82. Top Davidson County commercial sales for 2020 -

Top commercial real estate sales, 2020, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

83. Bombing victims assistance the latest way Realtors help -

Each month the Greater Nashville Realtors provide the sales data reflecting the activity in the area, a valuable tool for assessing the market conditions in Middle Tennessee. However, the organization does much more than count houses.

84. Another record year for Midstate home sales despite pandemic -

When Nashville closed the door on 2020, at least symbolically, the city breathed a sigh of relief after suffering a tornado, a derecho, a pandemic and a hellacious bombing.

Unfortunately, as 2021 unfurls, the pandemic is hitting record numbers of deaths, the U.S. Capitol has been attacked and besieged, and the overall economy continues to suffer with tourism hitting a dismal low.

85. $1M-plus sales up whopping 13% over record 2019 totals -

The Greater Nashville Realtors will likely announce next week that 2020 was another record year for real estate sales in Middle Tennessee. As the pandemic grew from speculation to reality, Nashville realty followed the same curve, even in the upper-end market.

86. Supply suddenly chasing demand as 2021 arrives -

The market showed no signs of slowing as houses continued to close right up until Christmas Day and then the cycle began again on the 28th. One of the more surprising developments was the number of homes that were listed last week and the exorbitant listing volume that hit the Multiple Listing service this week.

87. Skyrocketing prices can’t be good for Nashville’s future -

The flood of those migrating to Nashville remains unfathomable, many having sold their homes in what they consider expensive markets. And then, like Michael Keaton in Batman, the Nashville market says “Wait’ll they get a load of me.”

88. No relief from real estate heat in mountain retreats -

Many Nashville-area families are headed to the mountains as COVID-19 has changed long-distance travel plans. Prices in Highlands and nearby Cheshire, North Carolina, have increased by as much as 40% since February, and Monteagle and Sewanee are seeing similar activity.

89. Top Davidson County residential sales for November 2020 -

Top residential real estate sales, November 2020, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

90. What offer through yonder inbox breaks? -

To sell or not to sell? That is the question. Although the verbiage does not meet the qualifications of a question, come to think of it. What is the subject, and what is the verb? Perhaps it is a gerund.

91. A one-house illustration of Nashville’s real estate boom -

There is no end in sight for the Nashville residential real estate boom. The soothsayers and prognosticators all predict more feast than famine. “Everything will remain the same for at least two years” is the bold forecast from most.

92. Baseball spurs million-plus rally in old Germantown -

In 2013, when Mayor Karl Dean announced plans to build the Nashville Sounds a new ballpark, it surprised many when he proposed the new facility to be constructed at the site of Sulphur Dell, the old Nashville Vols park, in Germantown.

93. Something in the water has Nashville homeowners hot -

As buyers are considering purchasing properties, they often ask the owners to provide utility bills so they can budget for their life in their new abodes. Often, sellers are flabbergasted to learn what they are paying for their water.

94. Great migration continues to drive Midstate home sales -

Real estate sales are so strong in the Greater Nashville area – an area long-recognized as one of the hottest markets in the country – that it’s really difficult to comprehend.

Sales data released by Greater Nashville Realtors shows there were 4,364 October sales in the Great Nashville area, an increase of 17% compared to October 2019.

95. Calendar matters little in new real estate marketplace -

“To everything there is a season.” The Hebrew Bible used the phrase first in Ecclesiastes 3:1-8, then the Byrds, a folk/pop/rock band, borrowed it in 1965 for “Turn! Turn! Turn!” featuring Roger McGuinn on the 12-string Rickenbacker guitar.

96. Barry White really got it together on this rebuild -

When scrolling through the various residential real estate sales that occur each week in Nashville, it is interesting to take look at the tax records and view the names of the various owners who have inhabited the properties over the years.

97. Down to the wire: When is a closing actually closed? -

In spite of the most brutal, contentious election in history being held during a worldwide pandemic, all is calm on the Nashville real estate front. At least for the most part.

As in the presidential elections, homeowners are spewing conspiracy theories about those trying to buy their houses and basing negotiations on reconnaissance.

98. Nashville-area sales soar past 2019’s record totals -

Greater Nashville Realtors sales data shows 4,336 properties sold in September compared to 3,794 in September 2019, an increase of 17%. And while the enormous bounce was expected, the number is nonetheless impressive, especially during a pandemic.

99. Packing up is hard to do: Sell the house and get out -

Houses keep selling, often more quickly than owners anticipated. With the holidays approaching, many sellers who were not expecting the houses to sell and close in such a short time period are attempting to push the buyers into allowing them to stay longer in their homes.

100. New Jacksonian proves to be aesthetic, financial win -

A condominium located within the Jacksonian development sold last week with no controversy or fanfare. Beginning with Andrew Jackson’s election to the office of President of the United States in 1829, when he implemented his policies that came to be known as the Jacksonian Democracy, controversy has attached itself to the term Jacksonian.