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1920 Home for Sale in Walkable Old Hickory Village Near Lake

Have you always loved old houses and would love to live in a “front porch” community where everything is walkable? 1301 Clarke Street, Old Hickory, TN 37138 3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bathrooms, 1892 Square Feet MLS: 2051107  |  $339,900 Living Local Nashville is proud to present this beautiful, historically and architecturally significant “Georgia” plan in the heart of Old Hickory Village. This sun-filled home has been well cared for and is ready to move in! Live the dream in what…

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This Week’s Open Houses

Here are the upcoming Open Houses for residential real estate in Nashville and surrounding areas! If you would like to customize this search to meet your needs, click on “See All Results” at the bottom of this page and modify the search fields on the next page. Please let us know if you would like information about these, or any other properties. Please let the hosting agents know that we sent you!

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Things to Do in Nashville This June

Out for summer, out till fall, we might not come back at all… Yeah, school’s out and the kids are looking for things to do! There are so many things happening in Nashville this month for kids young and old. Here are our top picks to help you kick off the summer fun. Don’t forget Dad on June 16th! Tennessee Statehood Day Celebration at Bicentennial Mall (6/1) Old Crow Medicine Show at Ryman Auditorium (6/1) Kids Construction Fun Festival at…

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Nashville Bucket List: Summer 2019 Edition

☑ Re-live the magic of your childhood at Cheekwood’s Storybook Houses. Stop by Cheekwood Estate & Gardens between May 1st and September 1st to experience the magic of whimsical playhouses inspired by the illustrators of five of your favorite childhood classics, including “Oh, The Places You’ll Play” inspired by Dr. Seuss, “Hill Top Garden” inspired by Beatrix Potter, “Charlotte’s Barn” inspired by Garth Williams, “We Are Wild” inspired by Maurice Sendak, and “TRAINS!” inspired by Loren Long. Buy tickets or…

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Did You Know… We Can Help with Relocations To AND From Middle Tennessee?

Choose Living Local Nashville to help you and your family and friends with relocations! Know anyone from another part of the country looking to call Nashville home? Thinking about moving to Tennessee and making Nashville your place of retirement? Know someone in Nashville who’s pursuing an out-of-town job opportunity, or perhaps moving to another city to be closer to family? Whether relocating to or from Middle Tennessee, Living Local Nashville can be a significant resource for those facing such a…

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Local Business Spotlight: Blind and Shutter Lady

The Dilemma with a Great View When my wife and I (Ron) moved into our current home around a year ago, it was the amazing view from the back of the house that cinched our decision.  However, it didn’t take long to realize that those large windows across the back of the house had one small disadvantage… the blazing morning sun.  The sunrises from the master bedroom bay window are breathtaking, but if we’re being honest, we don’t often wake…

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The Cost Of Renting Vs. Buying This Spring [INFOGRAPHIC]

  Some Highlights: Historically, the choice between renting or buying a home has been a tough decision. Looking at the percentage of income needed to rent a median-priced home today (27.7%) vs. the percentage needed to buy a median-priced home (17.5%), the choice becomes obvious. Every market is different. Before you renew your lease again, give us a call to find out if you can put your housing costs to work by buying this year!

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How Quickly Can You Save Your Down Payment?

Saving for a down payment is often the biggest hurdle for a first-time homebuyer. Depending on where you live, median income, median rents, and home prices all vary. So, we set out to find out how long it would take to save for a down payment in each state. Using data from HUD, Census and Apartment List, we determined how long it would take, nationwide, for a first-time buyer to save enough money for a down payment on their dream home. There is a long-standing ‘rule’ that…

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Finding the Best Loan Program for Your Specific Needs

A Lid for Every Pot! Guest Post by Tim Britt Last month I talked about Affordable mortgage programs.  In an earlier article, I mused that there isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” mortgage program…and began a dialogue about three categories of mortgages:  Affordable, Specialty, and Traditional.  This month – we’ll tackle the Traditional Mortgage Programs and discuss their features and benefits, as well as the typical clientele for them. Traditional Mortgages are loan programs that typically appeal to borrowers with established credit, with…

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Are Low Interest Rates Here to Stay?

Are Low Interest Rates Here to Stay? Interest rates for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage have been on the decline since November, now reaching lows last seen in January 2018. According to Freddie Mac’s latest Primary Mortgage Market Survey, rates came in at 4.2% last week! This is great news for anyone who is planning on buying a home this spring! Freddie Mac had this to say, “Mortgage interest rates have been steadily declining since the start of 2019. These lower mortgage interest rates combined…