Monthly Archives: April 2014

Williamson in top 10 for best value for property taxes

Williamson County

With its superior school system and low crime rate compared with its low property tax rate, Williamson County is garnering national attention in offering a high return for taxpayers. The county was ranked in the top 10 for best value for its property tax dollars among other counties across the United States, according to SmartAsset, […]

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Franklin, TN Neighborhoods are Family Friendly

Franklin Home

  Franklin was made for families. Its many neighborhoods feature big backyards and easy access to great schools, the busy Cool Springs area and the always-charming Historic Downtown Franklin. The listing prices trend high, anywhere from $300,000 to the multi-millions, but a future in Franklin proves to be well-worth the investment. Its array of awards include a 2009 nod […]

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Franklin, TN’s Economic Development

Franklin TN, Available Home

There is one simple reason why developers and companies are so attracted to doing business in Williamson County. “Success breeds success,” says Matt Largen, president of the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce and formerly the county’s economic development director.  “We’ve been successful for years. This is seen as a low-risk area for development because of […]

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Franklin wins Garden & Gun’s Greatest Southern Towns bracket

Mayor Ken Moore

FRANKLIN — Forgive Franklin Mayor Ken Moore if there’s an extra spring in his step. After all, he’s the mayor of the newly christened “Greatest Southern Town.” “I’ll be strutting a little bit,” Moore said, laughing. “I’m very proud of our community.” Franklin emerged Friday as the victor in a 32-town NCAA-style bracket matchup organized by […]

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Williamson retains status as a red-hot market

franklin tennesse real estate, 482 Ridley Drive, Franklin TN

FRANKLIN – With a robust housing market, confident job forecasts and ambitious plans for new developments, Williamson County’s longtime status as one of the region’s hottest areas doesn’t show any sign of abating. Yet county leaders and developers say more steps must be taken now to create more diverse housing options for new residents and spur […]

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