Williamson County Real Estate: Tennessee

Nashville real estate sales in September down 25 percent

Nashville real estate - Headlines in the news were that home sales in the Nashville area were down 25 percent in September, but prices were up 2 percent. My guess is that a lot of that was attributed to the extreme heat we had in August and early September. Other factors may have contibuted, but it was tough to show property in 100 degree heat. My guess is that October will be much better based on the traffic that I've seen.

This posting and the contents written here are the intellectual property and opinions of Larry Brewer of Keller Williams Realty. Providing real estate services to clients in Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Spring Hill, Green Hills, Murfreesboro, and the middle Tennessee area

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Comment balloon 1 commentLarry Brewer - Benchmark Realty llc • October 10 2007 08:17AM
Nashville real estate sales in September down 25 percent
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Nashville real estate - Headlines in the news were that home sales in the Nashville area were down 25 percent in September, but prices were up 2 percent. My guess is that a lot of that was attributed to the extreme heat we had in August and early… more
Good weather at last
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I can finally show clients new construction homes without thinking that they may pass out. A lot of Nashville real estate that I show to buyers are 90 percent complete, with walls and windows, but no air conditioning. I usually don't have much luck… more