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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Thompson Station Farmers Market open 2 days a week

Thompson Station Farmers Market

      Thompson’s Station Farmers Market open 2 days a week THOMPSON’S STATION – The people have spoken: The popular Thompson’s Station Farmers Market is expanding to two days a week. The market will offer the same local produce, crafts and products 2-6 p.m. Wednesdays and 3-6 p.m. Sundays from May 7 to Oct. 15. […]

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Six Communities Selected for Fourth Round of Tennessee Downtown

Historic East End

NASHVILLE— Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bill Hagerty today announced the communities of Arlington, Carthage, Ducktown, Etowah, Jamestown and Shelbyville have been selected to participate in the Tennessee Downtowns program. In its fourth round of participants, Tennessee Downtowns is a competitive community improvement program for cities and counties seeking to revitalize traditional […]

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Clarksville’s ForceX moving to Nashville, adding jobs

Nashville

The Clarksville-based ForceX military mapping software company plans to move its headquarters and its central hub of operations to Nashville by early next year, opening with about 140 employees, but growing to as many as 350 within five years. With a $1.8 million investment, the move to a new 36,000-square-foot space in The Sheds on […]

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When Is a Good Time to Buy a House?

Available Home In Keystone.  1485 Ridley Franklin

Tips to consider when deciding if now is a good time to buy Buying a house is likely to be the largest and/or most important investment you will ever make. Getting the timing right can help you save money and hassle. The busiest time in the real estate calendar is spring, and this can mean […]

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Germantown-Nashville

Available Loft In Germantown
1400 Rosa L Parks Blvd.#331 Nashville

One of Nashville’s historic neighborhoods is bringing people closer to town to live and play. town, so named because of the influx of German immigrants in the mid nineteenth- century, was Nashville’s first suburb. The district is one of Nashville’s most architecturally heterogeneous neighborhoods, containing a significant concentration of Victorian building styles. It has been […]

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Tech Companies Upload Growth to Nashville

Nashville TN

Nashville has caught the digital beat. In the past decade, the area’s 43 percent growth in data processing and systems design is one reason Forbes recently ranked Nashville the 10th best U.S. city for tech jobs. “With our creative culture, central location, low taxes and warm climate, tech jobs are booming,” says Liza Lowery Massey, […]

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The Advantage of an Open Floor Plan

Available Home/Open Concept
4397 Harpeth Rd. Franklin

  First of all, what is an open floor plan? A home with this layout has one common larger room, in some cases the combination of the kitchen, living and dining room areas. Here are our top 3 advantages to open plan living. 1. Open floor plans encourage the integration of everyday living. If there […]

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15 Secret Decor Tricks

3800 Robbins Nest
Thompson Station, TN

  1 Natural colour Lemons in a bowl add a little zest to a white kitchen inexpensively. And who doesn’t love their fresh scent? A stylish dishtowel can soften a granite countertop and pick up the green in the flowering plants lining your windowsill. 2 White out Nothing beats piles of soft white towels for […]

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10 Tips to Finding the Perfect Home

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1.Go for the long haul When looking for a home, search for one that you could see yourself living in for several years — at least five to seven years is ideal. Buying — and moving — to a new home takes a lot of time and effort, and can add up significantly in closing […]

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10 Cheap Ways to Landscape

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Picture two brick ranch-style houses, side by side. There’s nothing remarkably different about their architecture or aesthetic — except for the yards. One lawn is well-tended with neat beds of vibrant plants splashed among freshly mown Kentucky bluegrass. The other looks pitifully neglected with yellow, parched grass and scraggly shrubs that conceal the house’s front­ […]

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