Music City Area Real Estate News & Market Trends

You’ll find our blog to be a wealth of information, covering everything from local market statistics and home values to community happenings. That’s because we care about the community and want to help you find your place in it. Please reach out if you have any questions at all. We’d love to talk with you!

Feb. 13, 2019

Nashville Date Night Restaurants

Need last minute Valentine's Day date night ideas? Nashville is filled with spots for the perfect romantic evening with your sweet heart. Here are a few of Nashville's hidden gems:

1. Barcelona Wine Bar -- Edgehill

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Explore the seemingly endless menu of unique wines and tapas at Barcelona. This spacious, dimmly lit room is the ideal location for a special occasion or your casual week night dining.

2. Nicky's Coal Fired

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This Italian restaurant, specializing in gourmet pizzas and pasta, is one of the newer additions to The Nations in West Nashville. 

3. Margot

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Margot puts a southern accent on French cuisine. This quaint spot is located in Five Points right in the heart of East Nashville. The menu changes daily and focuses on locally sourced products, seasonal ingredients, freshness, and simplicity.

4. answer.

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Situated in the Sylvan park neighborhood, Answer's adorable interior and eclectic menu might make this your favorite weekly date night choice.

5. Josephine

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Dine at Josephine on the ever-so-popular 12th Avenue South, and go explore the shops & murals after.

Posted in Community News
Jan. 24, 2019

10 Home Design Trends for 2019

As a new year rolls in, so do the new home design trends, and experts have their predictions for what's going to be hot and what's not. Before you head to your favorite home improvement store and pick up the paint brush, take a look at what colors and styles you can expect to see in stores, magazines, and Instagram feeds this year. 

1. Natural Details  

Photo via Decor Aid

In 2019, expect natural pieces to be at the forefront. Say goodbye to the cold minimal technology focused design from 2018 and welcome natural elements like stone, granite, copper, and concrete. Warm up your space with natural light or other pieces like houseplants, wooden accents or furniture, geodes, and branches.

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2. Velvet

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Yes, you read that right -- velvet. What was once seen as old and weird, is now unique and luxurious. Design experts believe this trend will really take off in 2019. 

Bonus trend: Burnt & mustard yellow are making an appearance in 2019, too.

3. Brass

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Carrying over from 2018, brass decor is expected to be the popular alternative to nickel and stainless steel. Brass is a fun way to add warm character to any room, whether it's a living room or a bathroom with brass fixtures.

4. Pink & Blush

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Blush, dusty pink, and bronze are going to be the colors that instantly liven up a tired neutral room in 2019.

5. Black & White Decor

Photo via Elle Decor

It's timeless, it's bold, and it's going to be a popular trend in 2019. Black and white is so fresh, clean, and modern no matter what year it is.

6. Geometric Patterns

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Certainly no new design trend here, but expect 2019's geo patterns to be much larger and much bolder than ever before. If you're not committed enough to decorate a wall, adding a throw blanket is an easy way to incorporate this trend into your space.

7. Vintage Lighting

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Edison bulbs and exposed wires probably aren't going anywhere for a while, but vintage pendants and scones (especally with copper and brass) will be making an appearance in 2019.

8. Dark and moody colors

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Designers predict that homeowners are going to start leaning towards darker colors, like navy and forest green, in response to the past few years being so heavily focused on neutrals.

9. Soaking Tubs

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People are looking to make bath time a more luxurious, spa-like experience -- even taking space from closets and hallways to make their relaxation oasis dreams come true.

10. Light Wood Floors

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Light wood floors are chic, make for a light and airy feel, and they can easily be made to fit in a casual or more luxurious decor. This popular hit is here to stay in 2019.

While these are definitely not the only hot trends for the new year, these are some of the A-listers. Inspired? Decorating is fun, especially when it's your brand new home! Let Music City Experts help you find your Nashville home. Give us a call or reach out on -- social media // 615.815.1295

Jan. 16, 2019

Listings Spotlight | January 2019

New year, new home? Make 2019 the year you move or buy your first home. Buying a home is an exciting time, and our agents are here to help make your road to homeownership as simple and stress-free as possible. Are you looking for a home or property in the Nashville area? Take a look at some of our current listings to choose from:

1. 6869 Arno Allisona Road, College Grove, TN 37046

Country living at its best! This charming log home and horse farm has wide plank floors, beams, and two massive stone fireplaces in the family room and master bedroom. $628,000. Find out more >>

Listed by Laura Dahl

2. 202B Woodmont Circle, Nashville, TN 37205

Enjoy 3413 square feet, 3 bedrooms, and 3.5 baths in a convenient location. Walk to Woodmont Park, Richland Greenway, Starbucks, and more! $787,500. Learn more >>

Listed by Laura Dahl

3. 7622 Pewitt Road, Franklin, TN 37067

Don't miss this amazing opportunity to own land on Pewitt Road, owned and sold by the Pewitt family. 61 acres can be subdivided or kept as one unit. The current house is original home built in 1900 that could be used as a rental as an investment. $899,900. Get all the details >>

Listed by Jason Warner

4. 510 Trinity Lane, Burns, TN 37209

A home with a spectacular view, designed to maximize the view from each room! It's only 30 minutes to downtown Nashville. This home has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a four-car garage, a full unfurnished walkout basement, and a bonus room. $499,900. Make it yours >>

Listed by Brian Wutz

5. 1323 Riverbrook Drive, Hermitage, TN 37076

Enjoy upgrades galore with this house -- granite, cabinets, recessed lights, plush carpet/pad, tech desk, wired for fiber internet, custom blinds, you name it! This home is situated on a gorgeous street with easy interstate access. And, all appliances stay! $228,900. Get all the details >>

Listed by Lance Davis

6. 104 Loring Court, Nashville, Tennessee 37220

Take a look at this stunning home! It is located in an intimate gated community in the heart of Oak Hill. It's an entertainers dream with an executive kitchen, large yet cozy family room with an eye-catching fireplace, a dreamy screened porch with stone fireplace overlooking the pool, and an enormous rec room. $2,325,000. Get all the details >>

Listed by Beth & Alisa

7. 111 Morton Mill Circle, Nashville, Tennessee, 37221

Love an open floor plan? This is the home for you. The upstairs boasts a large master bedroom, plus a large secondary bedroom with full bath. You'll find a full finished basement with bath and kitchenette in this home! $284,900. Learn more >>

Listed by Beth & Alisa

8. 4617 Robin Lane, Nolensville, Tennessee 37135

This fantastic 5-bedroom home is located in the highly sought after Nolensville neighborhood, Summerlyn. $499,900. Learn more >>

Listed by Beth & Alisa

9. 2 River Bluffs Drive, Jasper, Tennessee 37347

This lightly wooded beautiful bluff lot has an amazing 263 feet of brow with a 180-degree view. Build your dream! $329,000. Learn more >>

Listed by Trayc Hostetter

10. 123 Hillsboro Pl, Nashville, Tennessee 37215

Perfect location in Green Hills! Spacious, vaulted ceilings, ceiling fans throughout, large patio off of living room and master suite, breakfast patio off of the kitchen, hardwood floors, new carpet in bedrooms, wet bar, w/d included. For rent. $1,650 per month. Contact Roslyn to see more >>

11. 1607 Cockrill Street, Nashville, Tennessee 37208

Look at this beautifully renovated home in the Buchanan Arts District! It has an open floor plan with hardwood floors throughout and tile flooring in the upstairs bathrooms. $330,000. Learn more from the bearded agent >>

Listed by Shawn Turner

12. 375 Hurt Road, Lewisburg, Tennessee 37091

This stunning new custom home features a level .64 acre lot rocking chair front porch, hardwoods, custom tile work, stainless appliance package, quartz countertops, and custom soft close cabinets -- no detail was left unturned. $189,900. Find out more >>

Listed by Candice Van Bibber

13. 309 Patterson Drive, Colombia, Tennessee 38401

Over 2 incredible acres make this property ideal for city living with a country feel. It's just minutes to I-65 and the GM plant, making this an ideal location that is private and serene. If you are looking for a peaceful setting, look no further! $385,000. Take a peek >>

Listed by Candice Van Bibber

Posted in Buying a Home
Dec. 6, 2018

Changing your utilities -- Davidson County

Moving is exciting! Among all of the excitement, it can be easy to forget some of the most basic things you need to take care of. When moving into a new home, one of the first things you need to do, within a few days of closing, is get the utilities moved into your name! This sometimes comes with costs including paying to have your credit pulled, or if the home’s utilities are turned off, a fee to have someone come turn your utilities on!

We've compiled a list of who to call when changing utilities in Nashville!

Davidson County

Nashville Electric Service

Nashville Electric Service is one of the nation’s largest public electric utility companies. They provide energy to more than 360,000 customers in the Middle Tennessee area. Those who work for NES are committed to providing the community with excellent service and support. Their website offers online bill pay, power outage information, and details on how to make the switch to Green Power.

Contact Information

Main office located at 1214 Church St., Nashville, TN 37246

Office Hours: Open Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 6 PM

Phone: (615) 736-6900 or (615) 234-0000

To Transfer Service

To transfer NES service to a new address, call 615-736-6900. At the prompt, press 2 to reach an advisor.

Connection Fees

The connection fee on your first bill is non-refundable and covers administrative start-up costs when service is started or transferred. The following charges apply:

If power is on - $15

If power is off - $30 (future day) or $45 (same day)

Security Deposit

NES requires a security deposit of $250 before service can be connected. The deposit is automatically credited to your bill after 12 months of satisfactory payment history (i.e., no disconnections, no more than one returned payment and no more than two disconnect notices). If you close your account prior to that time, the deposit is applied to your final bill.

The security deposit can be waived with one of the following: 

  • Instant credit check with a credit bureau at no expense to the customer
  • Satisfactory payment history with NES within the past 12 months (i.e. no disconnections, no more than one returned payment and no more than two disconnect notices)

Davidson Metro Water Services

Davidson Metro Water Services provides clean water to the residents of Nashville. Residents can pay their bills online and contact customer support 24/7 to report a leak or request emergency services.

Contact Information

Main Office located at 1700 3rd Ave N. in Nashville

Phone: 615-862-4600

Email: MWSdispatchers@nashville.gov

To Request or Transfer Service

To request service to a new address call (615) 862-4600. 

Connection Fees

Residential customers starting water service must pay a non-refundable service initiation fee of:

$35.00 for guaranteed same day service

$25.00 for any day thereafter.

Piedmont Natural Gas

Piedmont Natural Gas provides their services to the residents of Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina. In Tennessee, their natural gas services are provided to Robertson, Cheatham, Davidson, Wilson, Dickson, Williamson, Rutherford and Sumner counties. They install and repair natural gas to residential and commercial buildings and also convert home appliances over to natural gas power.

Contact Information

Main office located in Charlotte, NC

Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Phone: 800-752-7504

Email: customerselfservice@piedmontng.com

To Start Service (If you DO NOT have an active account with Piedmont Natural Gas already)

To start PNG service to a new address, call 1-800-752-7504.

Remember when scheduling your appointment:

  • Your electricity and water services must be active before your scheduled appointment date. If either of these services are not active when the technician arrives, it will result in delays establishing your natural gas service 
  • Our scheduling calendar will provide the first available appointment date. To increase the likelihood that your desired date is available, please provide as much notice as possible.

To Transfer Service (If you already have an account with Piedmont Natural Gas)

To transfer PNG service to a new address, call 1-800-752-7504 or click here.

Have the following information ready when you place your order:

  • Your Piedmont Natural Gas service account number 
  • Your email address 
  • The mailing address to which you would like us to send the final bill for the location where service is being disconnected
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Nov. 26, 2018

Best Nashville Holiday Events & Activities

Thanksgiving has come and gone, and now it's time to get into the holiday spirit! There are plenty of fun events and activities in and around Nashville to get you in the mood for hot chocolate, gingerbread, candy canes, and cozy socks. Here is a list of some of the top holiday festivities:

Christmas Tree Lightings

Metro Nashville Tree Lighting

Nashville Public Square Park. November 30, 2018, at 6 pm

Franklin Christmas Tree Lighting

Public Square. November 30, 2018, at 7 pm

Brentwood Annual Tree Lighting

Brentwood Library. December 3, 2018, at 5 pm

Gaylord Opryland's A Country Christmas

November 9, 2018 - January 1, 2019

Stand in amazement at lavish holiday displays featuring more than three million twinkling lights and festive décor at A Country Christmas, Gaylord Opryland Resort's celebration of the season. Come to enjoy the festive atmosphere and events with our exclusive Christmas packages. Get more info >>

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Holiday LIGHTS at Cheekwood

November 23, 2018 - December 30, 2018

Delight in the quaint, joyful holiday atmosphere of Cheekwood Estate & Gardens during Holiday LIGHTS. Delight in one of Nashville's favorite traditions with one million lights twinkling and illuminating the garden. Learn more about this ticketed event >>

Photo via Cheekwood

Drive-Thru Dancing Lights of Christmas

November 16, 2018 - December 31, 2018

The Dancing Lights of Christmas returns for its 9th consecutive season. Wilson County and the James E. Ward Agricultural Center, home of the Wilson County Fair, will host the Dancing Lights of Christmas this holiday season. This has quickly become a Nashville tradition where attendees pile in a car and drive through an incredible dancing light show, which synchronizes with a special FM radio channel. The cost is $25 per car. The show opens nightly at 5:00 pm, even on holidays. With over one and a half million lights dancing to the music on the radio, each visit will be a new experience. It's a great evening for the entire family! Learn more about this event >>

Dickens of a Christmas

December 8 - 9, 2018, 10 am - 5 pm

The festival will recreate the time of Charles Dickens using historic downtown Franklin’s Victorian architecture as the backdrop. Some 200 musicians, dancers, and characters will fill the streets, including several from Charles Dickens’s stories. Find out more >>

A Christmas Story at TPAC

November 23, 2018 - December 22, 2018

A Christmas Story, a favorite story for many during the holidays, is at TPAC’s Andrew Johnson Theater for the 10th and final year of the performance, so don’t miss your chance to see this classic movie performed live. This is a fun family outing before Christmas. Tickets range in price starting at $45. Learn more about this ticketed event >>

Nashville's Nutcracker

December 1, 2018 - December 23, 2018

The Nashville Ballet will be performing Nashville’s Nutcracker for the eleventh consecutive year. Dancers will perform over a dozen magical shows. Come to see your favorite characters like the Sugar Plum Fairy, the Mouse King, and the Nutcracker. Learn more about this ticketed event >>

Photo via TPAC

Deck the Hall

November 23, 2018 - December 23, 2018

Celebrate the holidays with Deck the Hall events and activities at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum! Learn more about their holiday programs >> 

There are so many holiday events to get out and enjoy this season! Share your outings with us -- tag @musiccityexperts in your posts.

 

 

Posted in Community News
Nov. 8, 2018

Tips for holiday home safety

The holiday season is filled with joy, cheer, and festive times complete with decorations, twinkly lights, trees, and yummy food. These set the perfect holiday mood, however, they pose hidden dangers. Your family, home, and possessions are very valuable, so we put together a list of tips that can keep your loved ones and your home safe.

1. Holiday lighting

These twinkly lights help make your home jolly and warm feeling, but they are a potential fire hazard. Make sure you inspect your decorative lighting every year. Check for frayed or kinked cords, cracked bulb holders, or loose connections. You should look for certification marks such as CSA, UL or ELT. These indicate safety compliance. 

When setting up your decorations, don't overload outlets or extension cords, and keep them away from flammable materials and candles. For outdoor lights, make sure they are hung with plastic hooks or clips. You should avoid hanging lights with nails, tacks, or staples as these can damage the wire's insulation.

Always turn off your holiday lights while you are away or sleeping.

2. Christmas trees

Live trees are more resistant to flames (when you water them daily), but if you opt for an artificial tree, look for a fire-resistant label. Set up your tree away from potential fire starters -- fireplaces, radiators, space heaters, and other heat sources.

One-in-six holiday tree fires are caused by a heat source being too close.

3. Decorations

Only use nonflammable or fire retardant ornaments and decorations. You should not use breakable or sharp ornaments. If you do, keep them away from the reach of children.

Older ornaments may contain lead paint. When in doubt, do not display them.

4. Entertaining & cooking

As you're cooking that delicious Thanksgiving or Christmas meal, never leave the kitchen unattended. According to the National Fire Protection Association, unattended cooking is the number one cause of home fires.

5. Fire safety

Ensure you have a working fire extinguisher, and functional smoke and CO2 alarms. Should something catch fire in your home, you will be ready to respond quickly and prevent a big problem.

Unfortunately, fires occur more frequently during this time of year, so make sure you and your family have an evacuation plan.

6. Home security

The holiday season is many people's favorite time of the year. It's also a criminal's favorite time of the year. Many people are away from home having fun at holiday events or visiting family & friends. Criminals know that homes are stocked with expensive gifts, and they're watching your home -- especially if you leave conspicuous packaging by your curbside the morning after Christmas. Keep your home secure this season by:

  • Being extra careful to lock all doors and windows.
  • Leave a radio or TV on while you are away.
  • Put some of your indoor lights on a timer.
  • Keep gifts and other valuables out of window's sight.
  • Ask a neighbor or trusted friend to get your mail if you won't be at home.
  • Don't make it obvious you just bought a new 70-inch TV on Black Friday.
  • Don't hide a spare key in obvious places (you shouldn't hide one at all).
  • If you have one, arm your security or smart home system. Most systems offer fire and smoke alerts. This can give you extra piece of mind while you are away.

Have a safe & happy holiday season from Music City Experts!

Posted in Homeowner Tips
Nov. 4, 2018

Where to drink coffee in Nashville

The Nashville scene is booming in more ways than one -- housing, eating, and entertainment is just the tip of the iceberg. Among the boom is the influx of coffee shops around the city. Whether you just want a good cup of joe, or you need to get some work done, there are so many options to choose from.

We put together a short list of the Nashville essentials, along with some new shops:

1. Barista Parlor

Barista Parlor is quite possibly Nashville's most popular coffee shop -- it's even well-known on a national level! The first location opened in 2012 and there are now four locations throughout Nashville. Check them out >>

2. CREMA

CREMA opened in 2007. They are super picky about the coffee they serve. They relationally source coffee from farmers they know and trust. Learn more about them >>

3. Retrograde Coffee

Retrograde is one of Nashville's newest coffee shops. Located in East Nashville, Retrograde is the perfect spot to meet up with friends. You can't miss it with this vibrant mural! Take a look >>

4. Steadfast Coffee

Enjoy flash-chilled, 'rested' drinks, and Matchless Coffee Soda at Steadfast. Their unique coffee bar in Germantown is sure to impress. Find out more >> 

5. Dose

Dose is a fun & bright shop to get your morning caffeine fix. Enjoy a delicious cup of coffee and yummy breakfast & lunch options. Visit their website >>

Fun coffee shops are just one good reason to live in Nashville! Get in touch with one of our local experts and they can help you make the move to Music City. 615.815.1295

Posted in Community News
Nov. 2, 2018

Do I need a REALTOR® when buying new construction?

When you're looking for a home, the appeal of new construction is undeniable. After all, you are the first person to live there. The home is pristine, untouched by someone else's hands or muddy shoes. The home has brand new everything -- a new refrigerator, washer, dryer, and dishwasher. It has all of the finishes and treatments that you picked out to fit your aesthetic. And, since it is brand new, you won't have to worry about making any updates for years to come.

If you decide to pursue the route of buying new construction, the builder's agent will be prepared to help you through the process. But, do not be misguided. It is very beneficial to have a trusted REALTOR® on your side. It might seem like the process through the builder's agent will be relatively easy, however, you will want an experienced real estate professional representing your side of the deal. This way, you are guaranteed to have someone fighting for your best interests.

A few terms

Builder's agent. The builder of new construction is considered to be the seller, and the agent representing the builder is the builder's agent.

Real estate agent. A licensed, local professional who negotiates and arranges the buying and selling of real estate transactions.

Why should I have a real estate pro on my side?

1. Help you find a trusted builder.

Real estate agents rely heavily on their experience and colleagues in many areas of real estate. Agents have an arsenal of other local professionals in other industries, including builders. Your agent will make sure you are buying a house from a reputable builder. This can prevent a lot of headache down the road.

2. Help with the legal stuff.

No matter how many real estate contracts you have dealt with before, it is important to have someone help you review the contract, especially with new construction -- where contracts can be very different. A good agent will be able to insert relevant additions to the contract to help protect you should something fall through.

3. Help you negotiate monetarily.

Since real estate agents are knowledgeable about different areas and average price points, a good agent will be able to make sure you get the best deal on your purchase.

4. Help you negotiate extras.

Would you like to have upgrades counters, appliances, or even a different paint color? Your agent could help you negotiate that!

5. Help recommend financing options.

The builder likely will have a preferred lender that they will recommend. However, your real estate agent will know a wide variety of lenders. Therefore, he or she can help you choose one that will get you the mortgage that works best for your situation. 

6. Help oversee an inspection.

Often times, a builder's agent will skip or offer to have an inspection done, so it is up to you and your real estate agent to make it happen.

While a builder's agent can be a valuable resource to help you learn about your potential new home, its various amenities, and neighborhood, you should never make it your only point of contact when you are buying or selling.

By having a real estate agent on your side, you can have peace of mind that the purchase of your home will go smoothly.  Give one of our experienced agents a call -- 615.815.1295

Posted in Buying a Home
Oct. 26, 2018

Offering over the asking price

Once you've found a home that you're ready to go after, it's time to stand out to the seller among other potential buyers. One tried and true way to do so is to offer more than the asking price. This extra cash could be just what you need to make your offer the winning one. 

But, before you offer to shell out more money than what the sellers are asking, you should consider a few of things:

Do you really want this house

Be honest. From time to time, a buyer can get caught up in making competing offers -- just to win. They don't realize that they are spending more than they want for a home that might not be exactly what they are looking for.

Higher monthly payments

As you make higher offers, your monthly payment starts to climb. Before placing a higher offer, you need to make sure that you will be totally comfortable with the mortgage payments you will have to make.

The graphic below shows an estimate of about how much your monthly payment would increase at the purchase price.

A disadvantage

Sure, offering above the listing price could help you outbid the other buyers. However, there could be no competition to begin with. You might make an outrageously high offer when there's were no other potential buyers and could buy the house at asking price.

How much over should I offer?

It depends. Determining exactly how much to offer can be difficult. It varies from market-to-market. And, sometimes, price isn't the most important thing to the seller. In some situations, the seller may want a buyer who can close the quickest.

This is why it is important to have a knowledgeable real estate agent on your side! Your agent can help you come up with an appropriate offer, and figure out which route should be taken so your deal is accepted. Use one of our Experts!

 

Posted in Buying a Home
Oct. 19, 2018

Things to know about Nashville

Are you thinking about moving to Nashville? If you are thinking about making the leap to Music City, there are a lot of things you should know! Although music is a big part of who we are, there is definitely much more to Nashville than music.

1. You're not the only one moving here.

Nashville is a really unique city. That's why you want to move here, right? So does everyone else. While we're not quite like San Francisco or Los Angeles, Nashville's population is nearing 700,000 and increases by about 100 people each day. You'll likely run into some competition for a home or apartment. There's obviously reason so many people are coming to us, -- we're super cool.

(PS, we definitely are the LA of the South.)

2. Fun sporting events.

Nashville has pro football, pro soccer, and pro hockey -- the Titans, Nashville SC, and the Predators. Our residents are obsessed! In addition to our professional teams, we have a minor league baseball team, the Nashville Sounds, that plays at First Tennessee Park. 

3. You will have to drive.

Nashville has made improvements to public transit, however our city is set up for drivers. It is pretty safe to plan on driving nearly everywhere. On the plus side, our roads are rather easy to learn, and it is relatively easy to get from one side of Nashville to the other. Just stay out of rush hour traffic and you'll be golden.

4. There is music everywhere.

You'll hear live music pouring out of restaurants and bars all over the city -- especially on Broadway. Plus, there are many venues to hear an amazing concert, too.  The Ryman Auditorium, Bridgestone Area, Marathon Music Works, Exit / In, and our outdoor venue -- Ascend Amphitheater. Just to name a few. And, there are multiple concerts every night!

5. Murals. Murals. Murals.

It seems like you find murals everywhere you turn in Nashville. They're so unique and popular with natives & tourists alike. If you're moving or just visiting, definitely check out some of the most popular ones.

6. We have jobs.

Unlike some cities in the US, with our growth, the Nashville area offers many jobs. Opportunities include big name employers like Bridgestone, Asurion, and Nissan are just a few.

7. It can be kinda (really) hot & cold.

Nashville summers can be rather brutal. Soaring temperatures with ultra-high humidity can make it feel a little bit like we're living on the equator. Then, on the other extreme, we can have long, cold, wet winters. It's nothing we can't handle, though. Our springs and falls are beautiful, and the benefits of Music City outweigh this little imperfection.

8. Expect some competition if you want to sing.

Many people move to Nashville for the sole purpose of getting into music. Naturally, there will be competition, and the music industry can be tough to get into. But, hey -- fortune favors the bold.

9. Google Fiber

Super fast internet probably will not make or break your decision to move to a new city, but it's still cool right? 

10. The food.

Nashville has a huge variety of restaurants to choose from, and they're all really good! There is something for whatever you are in the mood for. And, we're not only known for Southern comfort food  -- but also, hot chicken. Try it, you won't be disappointed.

11. The Parthenon

Located in Centennial Park, this is just one of the examples of what makes Nashville so unique. Where else can you find a replica of this ancient structure? Nowhere!

12. The parks.

There are many area parks, trails, and even lakes where you can take a stroll, kick back, and relax.

13. We're fun!

Simply put, Nashville is a fun, laid back city. Music City is continuing to grow more and more each day. Come join the fun!

Let Music City Experts, LLC help you find a new place to call home in Nashville! Give is a call, 615.815.1295

Posted in Buying a Home