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    The Future of Nashville

    By The ACRE Team | November 9, 2021

    Next-Level Nashville Tennessee’s giant growth momentum accelerated during the pandemic and vaulted Nashville’s real-estate market into the top slot for investors. Home prices seemed to reach impossible highs this past year. The Greater Nashville Realtors reported in September that the median price for residential listing is currently around $414,853. The price increases should be a... Read More

    Show your Nashville community some love this weekend!

    By The ACRE Team | August 9, 2021

    Back For The Future Fundraiser for Old School Farm Just in case you were sitting around this Monday morning wondering what you might possibly get into this week, we wanted to take a moment to help fill up your social calendar with these great opportunities. This Saturday evening, August 14, 6-10pm, is a great opportunity... Read More

    Updates from ACRE

    By The ACRE Team | July 19, 2021

    Market Updates – NASHVILLE Nashville’s housing market has definitely kept us on our toes this summer. Even with Nashville having nearly half as many homes for sale this year compared to last, closings were up 11% in June with the median price jumping to $415,000 (compared to $331,448 of last year). It is no secret... Read More

    Hot Nashville

    By The ACRE Team | April 21, 2021

    Could Nashville Get Any Hotter? The short answer is…yes. Last week, it was reported that tech giant Oracle is potentially planning a campus along the East Bank of the Cumberland River. If the West Coast company’s plan to open a major office in Nashville moves forward, that could mean jobs for 2,500 people locally by... Read More

    Could a Nashville artist win the Beaujolais Nouveau Artist Label Contest again?

    By Ashley Dugger | February 21, 2019

    Something you might’ve missed, if you’re not a regular wine drinker or wine lover: The most recent Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau — released every year on the third Thursday in November, in accordance with French law — had a Nashville connection. Artist and Nashville native Chloé Meyer’s painting, “Foolish Pleasure,” was printed on the bottles... Read More

    Nashville Scene’s Iron Fork cooking competition returns in 2019

    By Ashley Dugger | February 14, 2019

      Pretty non-controversial feeling: Here in Nashville — and across the rest of the country — we love a cooking competition. Between 2005 and 2014, the number of cooking competition shows on the Food Network alone increased eight-fold, and since 2010, almost all of the network’s most-watched primetime shows have been competitions. So, yeah. Love.... Read More

    Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash’s former Hendersonville home is still for sale

    By Ashley Dugger | February 6, 2019

      A fun Nashville-area real estate reminder this week, courtesy of WKRN: The sprawling Hendersonville estate that Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash once called home is on the market, and has been for some time — with no takers just yet. It’ll take a buyer with a healthy budget — 200 Caudill Dr. in... Read More

    M Fleurs Nashville offers ‘eternal roses’ that last a full year

    By Ashley Dugger | February 5, 2019

    This year for Valentine’s Day, you can get your Nashville Valentine a crop of flowers with a little more staying power: A local outpost of M Fleurs — a Montreal-bred luxury florist — recently opened in East Nashville, where they’re offering custom arrangements set in high-end, high-style boxes, and their trademark “Eternal Roses”: real, preserved... Read More

    East Nashville’s Dickerson Pike is ready for a real-estate revival

    By Ashley Dugger | January 31, 2019

      If we ever go a day without hearing someone lamenting how, “East Nashville real estate has gotten so much more expensive,” we’ll likely fall over from shock. It’s fair: Home prices in nearly every corner of East Nashville have risen considerably over the past 15 or so years. Even just since the start of... Read More

    Historic Nashville recording studio hits the market in Berry Hill

    By Ashley Dugger | January 24, 2019

      We’re much more focused on residential real estate in Nashville here at ACRE, but we do sometimes deal with commercial properties in Middle Tennessee, and we certainly pay attention to interesting ones that hit the market. We’re also particularly partial to historic properties, and lovers of Nashville history. So when a historic commercial property... Read More