Middle Tennessee’s restaurant industry is thriving, providing countless new choices for locals and tourists alike to grab a quality meal. 

This growth is not just providing dining options, but also countless job opportunities and yet another reason to visit the area. The food service industry is projected to increase more than 10% over the next 8 years, and the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. is eager to see if this growth can make Nashville a popular destination for foodies.

Over 100 restaurants opened in Nashville alone in 2017, and though the growth is expected to plateau, chances are, there are still dozens of restaurants you’ve yet to try. We visited one, Pancho and Lefty’s, to learn more about the exciting new concept.

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This beautiful Listing of the Week sits across the street from Old Hickory Lake in Mt. Juliet. The home is brand new and features no HOA fees, but offers a large public boat launch only a couple hundred yards from the neighborhood entrance. It features four bedrooms and three and a half baths, plus an oversized three car garage.

Mt. Juliet is known for having some of the lowest tax rates in Tennessee and is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. This community has developed into one of the most alluring places to live and do business in recent years, which has made the Mt. Juliet market rather competitive. Shopping venues, nearby golf courses and parks provide plenty of activities that will let you unwind on the weekends, and create a…

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January is a great time to rest after the holidays, read that book you’ve been meaning to pick up, and visit with family and friends. It may be chilly, but it’s also a great time to get out of the house and enjoy some of the best events Middle Tennessee has to offer. From outdoor activities to evenings out on the town, we’ve got you covered.

January 1: First Day Hike
Various Tennessee State Parks
Get some fresh air and recover from your night on the town with a free hike around one of Tennessee’s beautiful state parks. Can’t make this one? Check your local state park’s event calendar for other hikes and programming, most of which are free!

January 4-28: Winter Shakespeare | Hamlet
Belmont’s Troutt Theater | Nashville
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At this time of year, many homeowners invite family and friends over to celebrate the holiday season. Fortunately, they don’t have to spend a lot of money to do so. With just a few helpful tips, it’s easy to have a great party and still stay on budget.

One important thing to keep in mind is that when winter arrives, most people aren’t looking for anything too extravagant from the holiday parties they attend; after all, family and friends are what many attendees want to celebrate around the holidays. That fact can help to put hosts at ease as it relates to keeping costs down, but even beyond that, there are plenty of ways to save money, according to Living Well Spending Less.

Of course, when it comes to staying on-budget, it’s…

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This Listing of the Week is a luxurious French estate on over 22 private acres in Nolensville. It includes soaring ceilings, exposed beams, a chef’s kitchen, five fireplaces, and a resort-style swimming pool, plus unique features such as a grand foyer with a hidden stairwell, a fitness space, wine room, and sauna room.

As a neighborhood that boasts the lowest property taxes in Williamson County, Nolensville is a desirable location for people to invest in a home. New elementary, middle and high schools provide excellent choices for education, drawing many families to the area. This town features cozy bed & breakfasts, antique shops, and family-owned restaurants, and will delight residents and visitors with its friendly, quaint atmosphere.


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How is the market? It’s a question our agents get asked a lot, and for good reason. If you’re considering buying a new home or selling one that you already own, the market trends and predictions are important in the decision-making process. Below is our most recent market update information for Davidson, Maury, Williamson, Wilson, Rutherford, and Sumner counties to help you make the most informed and beneficial choices possible.

Davidson County Market Update

Homes for Sale
• Down 1.0% Compared to the Last Month
• Up 3.7% Compared to the Last Year

Homes Closed
• Down 3% Compared to the Last Month
• Up 6.7% Compared to the Last Year

Homes Placed Under Contract
• Down 4.1% Compared to the Last Month
• Up 7.4% Compared to the Last Year

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It’s easy to fall in love with this Listing of the Week, a timelessly renovated home nestled in park-like Oak Hill in Nashville. Sitting on nearly two acres, it features five bedrooms, three and a half baths, an in-law suite, and a space that’s wired and soundproofed for a music studio.

Conveniently located between Brentwood and downtown Nashville, Oak Hill is a beautiful and established neighborhood with easy access to parks such as Radnor Lake.

Listed by Alissa Razansky-Robinson & Ivy Arnold.

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You’ve taken the kiddos to visit Santa, they’ve made their wishlist, and it’s Christmas Eve. What’s the last thing you should do before convincing them that Christmas morning will come faster if they go to sleep? Leave out some cookies and milk for Santa, of course! We visited Julia’s HomeStyle Bakery in Murfreesboro to find out what Mr. Claus likes best and about the care and love that goes into each of the bakery’s cookies. 

The holidays are a busy time around Julia’s, with around 900 dozen cookies being ordered each week. Each cookie is hand rolled, cut, glazed, iced, and sprinkled before being put in the beautiful display cases at the front of the store. No shortcuts are taken, and guests can get a peek into the kitchen from the counter where…

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This Listing of the Week is a spectacular gated estate home in the heart of Brentwood. Featuring a pool, pool house, barn, pond, and approximately 17 acres, it is picture perfect and ready to move in.

Located in scenic Williamson County, Brentwood, Tennessee is home to abundant recreational amenities, quality schools, and premier suburban and residential living. Because of its exceptional land use, development, easy access to Nashville and small-town feel, Brentwood has quickly grown to become one of the most attractive and desirable communities in Tennessee.

Listed by Lisa Culp Taylor.

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If you’ve got little ones at home, one of the most fun parts of Christmas is taking them to meet Santa! Hearing what questions they come up with and what gifts they want from St. Nick is a fun experience, and whether they laugh or cry, the photos are always priceless. We’ve compiled a list of some of the area’s best places to take your kids to visit Santa, along with tips and tricks to make it an enjoyable experience! 

Cheekwood Botanical Gardens

1200 Forrest Park Drive | Nashville

When?: Tuesdays-Thursdays through Christmas, 8 pm
Cost: Included with Cheekwood Admission
Other: Bring your own camera!

The Mall at Green Hills

2126 Abbott Martin Road | Nashville

When?: During Mall Hours
Cost: $26-52, depending upon package purchased

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