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Nashville New Years Has a New Ring To It

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For the first time ever, Nashville’s New Year’s Eve party won’t be held downtown, but at the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. The event even has a new name, ” Jack Daniel‘s Music City Midnight: New Year’s Eve in Nashville.” Event producers believe this new location will allow for more security and safety as well […]

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Tennessee Tax Free Weekend Offers Shoppers Savings

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Only happening once a year, the Tennessee Tax Free Weekend kicks off this Friday, July 29th at 12:01 a.m. and runs until Sunday, July 31st at 11:59 p.m.  Consumers can shop tax free all weekend and reap some serious savings. The Sales Tax Holiday typically happens the first weekend in August, but is a week earlier […]

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Nashville Tops Zillow’s List of Homeownership Sweet Spots

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Nashville is the second “sweetest” city in the nation for potential home buyers, according to a new report from Zillow that measures the strength of metro areas’ housing and labor markets. Economists at the real estate database company analyzed data from the 100 largest U.S. metros and ranked them in their quarterly list of sweet […]

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Tennessee’s Economic Growth Surpasses Nation’s

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A move to Tennessee is becoming more and more appealing as the weeks pass by. Unemployment rates are dropping, jobs are increasing, Nashville real estate is booming, and the overall economy is thriving. Tennessee’s economic growth has outshined the rest of the United States’ pace of growth in recent quarters. The unemployment rate has dropped […]

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Nashville Job Market Outshines Austin, Charlotte with Record Job Openings

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Tennessee has been on a roll lately. The state has seen exponential growth in many areas including economic growth, entrepreneurial growth, homes for sale in Nashville are hot on the market, and now jobs all across the state are opening up. State officials now proclaim that there are more jobs available in Tennessee today than […]

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Is Nashville America’s Next Fashion Hub?

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Nashville has been known for many years as Music City USA with extraordinary performances, legendary venues and a rich music history overall. Nashville real estate is popular for its gorgeous country-style Nashville homes surrounded by the beauty of nature. Nashville is also well-known for its place in healthcare, publishing, banking and transportation industries. To add, […]

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The 20 Hottest Markets in September 2015

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The season has officially changed to fall, and it looks like would-be home buyers can benefit from a wide selection of homes that are becoming more affordable, according to an early read of our exclusive September data here at realtor.com®. Even better news: This year’s market looks substantially better than it did last year at this time. “The residential […]

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Real estate market hot as ‘selling season’ ends

  If you thought the start of the school year meant the end of the real estate selling season, you haven’t been paying attention. The Williamson County real estate market has been as hot as the weather this summer, and now agents are almost begging people to list their homes because the inventory is down […]

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5 Ways to Save Money on Air Conditioning

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  1. Don’t just set it and forget it. If you have central air controlled by a thermostat, use a programmable thermostat to save energy by turning the desired temperature up during the day when the house is empty. You can give up a couple degrees at night, too — especially on the hottest days. You may […]

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Experts: Williamson’s growth won’t slow any time soon

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  The smartly dressed crowd filed into a cavernous hall in the Factory at Franklin early Tuesday morning, eager to hear about Williamson County’s economic fortunes and future. What they got from a series of speakers and panelists was a portrait of a transforming region populated by highly educated transplants, buffeted by a wave of […]

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