September 2018

Found 14 blog entries for September 2018.

 

(Slightly) cooler weather, fall colors, and mums on porches puts us in full fall mode, which means Halloween is right around the corner! For some of us adults, that may mean spider web draped front doors and going all out on the best candy on your block – but for a lot of adults, it means navigating the somewhat overwhelming yearly pilgrimage with their kids from door to door to Trick or Treating. As adults, it can be scary thinking about everything that can go wrong, which is why we rounded up a list of tips and tricks (get it?), for a fun and safe night of Trick or Treating for all!

Costumes

As the star of the show, costumes are such a fun part of the night for kids to dream up, plan, prep and get excited for. Just remember to look for costumes

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Located in Brentwood’s Heathrow Hills, this private woodlands retreat is the perfect family home! With its quick access to I-65, great public schooling, oversized rooms, and gorgeous landscaping, it meets all your family’s needs. On top of that, the enormous den and finished basement provide plenty of extra space!

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.

With shopping opportunities including national retailers and local shops

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Fall is finally here! Let the season of fall festivals, bonfires, tailgating, and cooler weather begin! Nashville Oktoberfest is back, as are other local favorites such as Franklin’s Pumpkinfest and Nashville Zoo’s Ghouls at Grassmere. New festivals are also popping up so make sure to mark your calendars and prepare yourself for a whole lot of fun!

October 6: Nashville Cultural Festival
Centennial Park | Nashville In a city where one in six residents is foreign-born, the Nashville Cultural Festival is a celebration and reminder of what makes Nashville a great place to live! This festival is free and features a variety of dance and musical performances, authentic and exotic food vendors, hands-on children’s activities, an area just for teens, a…
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With summer coming to a close, the last of the season’s blooms are falling, making this the ideal time to decorate your front porch for fall. Whether you try to make your displays trendy, traditional, cheeky, or nostalgic, this list has ideas to get you motivated to do some shopping and setting up this weekend.

Remember that displays featuring pumpkins and gourds don’t have to contain living produce. If you do decide to go the fully natural route, though, you’ll need to check your display regularly for signs of decay. Brown or soft spots mean it’s time to replace existing decorations with fresh selections.

Potted Autumn Arrangements

Mums are the undisputed favorite for fall floral arrangements, as they should be, but if you’re not into flowers,

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While some potential homeowners were unable to purchase a property this summer due to fierce competition and a short supply, many experts say autumn is actually the best time to shop. With fewer people in the market to buy a home and those who listed properties before still anxious to sell, this season creates a higher probability for better deals and better pricing.

The biggest thing that can help facilitate real estate sales at this time of year is that most homes still on the market have been there for some time – usually a few months, according to Trulia. Sellers are more likely to bring down their prices and provide a little more wiggle room than they might have during the summer to get a deal done expediently, especially if they’re looking to

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Perched on a hill in the ultra-convenient neighborhood of Edgehill, this home combines urban lifestyle and luxurious comfort. With its huge open floor plan, elegantly finished living spaces, and a wide variety of entertainment options, this property has it all. Visit one of the decks during a sunset and catch a breathtaking view of the city!

There is no place like Downtown Nashville. The home of country music, honkey tonk central, and the Country Music Hall of Fame, Downtown Nashville is one of the top places to live, work and play!

Broadway is the heartbeat of downtown, and is famous for its riverfront access and live music bars called “Honky Tonks.” You can find some of the best bars, drinks, line dancing and southern hospitality on

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As we make our way into September, we are so excited to announce this month’s LOLO gifts! There are so many unique, wonderful local businesses in Middle Tennessee and we are so ready to celebrate them this month!

LOLO, Locals Supporting Locals, is an amazing program for your Parks realtor to give to you! Each month, a completely free, new gift comes to your cell phone for you to enjoy. The gifts are selected by county and are only for local businesses, no nationwide chains!

LOLO helps remind us to shop local and support our friends and neighbors! Here are September’s gifts to you!

Mere Bulles Restaurant

Williamson County

 

Looking for somewhere to eat that’s off the beaten path, but just a short drive from the hustle and bustle of

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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, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, Wilson, Bedford, and Coffee counties to help you make the most informed and beneficial choices possible.

Davidson County Market Update

Homes for Sale
• Up 5% Compared to the Last Month
• Up 13.6% Compared to the Last Year

Homes Closed
• Down 2.1% Compared to the Last Month
• Down 7.3% Compared to the Last Year

Homes Placed Under Contract
• Up 6.6% Compared to the Last Month
• Up 2.4% Compared to the

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East Nashville is one of the most vibrant communities in Nashville, with colorful shops, locally owned restaurants, and a unique sense of community that residents are proud of. Located conveniently across the Cumberland River from downtown Nashville, it’s a great place for growing families, professionals moving to Nashville, and those that have called Nashville home for their entire lives. Read more below, or watch our Local’s Guide video for a quick review of the area!

Known as one of the hippest communities in town, East Nashville certainly has its own identity. A focus has been placed on high quality, unique businesses, and creativity is encouraged. Regularly changing murals cover the walls of brick buildings that have been a part of the

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This historic SoBro home has undergone a total renovation! Located just steps away from the Belle Meade Plantation, this property has character, exquisite finishes, and all the things you’ll need for indoor and outdoor activities. This home boasts two master bedrooms, a gourmet kitchen, wine fridge, walk-in pantry, wet bar, and a fireplace. To top it off, there is plenty of outdoor living space to spend time with friends and family!

There is no place like Downtown Nashville. The home of country music, honkey tonk central, and the Country Music Hall of Fame, Downtown Nashville is one of the top places to live, work and play!

Broadway is the heartbeat of downtown, and is famous for its riverfront access and live music bars called “Honky Tonks.”

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