There were 4,172 home closings reported for the month of May according to figures provided by Greater Nashville REALTORS®. This figure is up 10 percent from the 3,767 closings reported for the same period last year.
There were 2,954 closings reported for the month of November, according to figures provided by Greater Nashville REALTORS®. This represents a 7 percent decrease from the 3,177 closings reported for November 2017.
Year-to-date closings total 36,633 a 1.6 percent decrease compared to the 37,236 closings reported through November 2017.
here were 3,216 closings reported for the month of October, according to figures provided by Greater Nashville REALTORS®. This represents a 1.6 percent decrease from the 3,267 closings reported for October 2017.
Year-to-date closings total 33,679 a 1.1 percent decrease compared to the 34,059 closings reported through October 2017.
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Year-to-date Nashville has experienced a 0.3 percent decrease from 2017 with 11,629 closings reported, compared to last year’s closings reported closings through April 2017 of 11,663.
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As you've likely noticed, some major changes have just been made to the U.S. tax code--in fact, the largest overhaul of the tax code in a generation--and you may be wondering just what it all means for you. While there has been no shortage of news coverage on the topic, we here at Domaine HQ figured we'd weigh in with our thoughts on how it may affect the things that matter the most to our clients--namely, your homes and your real estate investments...
We're following Birmingham-and-Atlanta-based architect and all around design guru, Bill Ingram, eyeing the Delphia Chandelier from Circa Lighting, planning a visit to the next Hilltown Axe Camp, and reading about tips on "collected style" from Architectural Digest's new spin-off Clever.
We're following Nashville-based developer Vintage South Development, eyeing a stainless steel sparkling water maker by Aarke, planning a tour of the 2017 O'More Designer Shophouse in Vocé, and revealing the Q3 stats for the Greater Nashville real estate market.
Third quarter numbers experienced a 3.5 percent increase from 2016 with 11,299 closings reported, compared to last year’s third quarter closings of 10,920.
Year-to-date closings for the Greater Nashville area are 30,792. That total is up 4.8 percentfrom the 29,372 closings reported through the third quarter of 2016.
We're following Atlanta-based developer Hedgewood Homes, eyeing a practical yet stylish wine storage system, planning to preview the latest release of fabrics from Atlanta's clothing industry darling, and revealing our latest rundown on the Nashville real estate market for August 2017.
“2017 has proven to be a remarkable and record-setting year in the real estate industry,” said Greater Nashville REALTORS® President Scott Troxel. “August continued the trend of rising sales, being up three percent over last August. In fact, this is the best month of August we have had in this region in over a decade.
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We're following Birmingham-based architect Jeffrey Dungan, eyeing functional yet stylish tiny home designs, planning a visit to Acme Feed & Seed for a little taste of the Caribbean in downtown Nashville, and revealing our latest rundown on the Nashville real estate market for July 2017.
There were 3,872 closings reported for the month of July, according to figures provided by Greater Nashville REALTORS®. This represents an increase of 4.5 percent over the 3,705 closings reported for July 2016.
Year-to-date closings total 23,365. That is a 5.5 percent increase compared to the 22,157 closings reported through July 2016.
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We're following DC-based interior designer Darryl Carter, eyeing a stunning collection of furniture from Darryl Carter for Milling Road, planning a visit to Highlands, North Carolina, to attend a Champagne dinner at the Farm at Old Edwards Inn, and revealing our latest rundown on the Nashville real estate market for May 2017 (hint: it's hot!)
"Greater Nashville made May a record-setting month by continuing year-over-year sales gains,” said Greater Nashville REALTORS President Scott Troxel. “In spite of the low supply levels, Middle Tennessee joins the majority of the country in experiencing healthy market trends."
Overall, May closings were up 6.6% year over year, and 2017 is currently tracking 7% up over 2016. Meanwhile, median prices are up nearly 8% year over year...
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