Antioch, TN Real Estate News

By Emily Lowe, Nashville TN Realtor
(RE/MAX Homes and Estates, Lipman Group)
   HERE IT IS!!!  FIRST TIME ON MARKET SINCE IT WAS BUILT IN 1984!  ORIGINAL OWNER WAS AN AVID GARDENER SO THERE IS LOTS OF PRIVACY AND LANDSCAPING - SPRING TREASURES AWAIT!!Investors Take Note!   3344 Oak Trees Court in Antioch ( Nashville, Tennessee - Davidson County ) is NOW AVAILABLE!  Great place for all types of buyers!Listed at $89,900, this Zero Lot Line Home has Over 1100 Square Feet, 2 Bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms.  It has Been Freshly Painted, the Lighting has been Updated, Vinyl Replacement Windows Have Been Installed and the Plumbing Has Been Updated!  A One-Year Warranty is Being Provided by the Seller, and with a Full-Price Offer, a $2000 Flooring Allowance will Make this House an ALMOST NEW HOME!! Original Owner Planted Trees and Shrubs to Make This Home a Private Oasis. View...
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By Rhonda Burgess, Moving to Nashville TN Real Estate Specialist
(Southern Living Realty Partners)
Here is the current real estate market report for (37013) Antioch, Tennessee reflecting October 2007 sales:There are currently 875 residential listings on the market There are currently 153 residential sales pending 118 properties were sold during the month of October Average listing price per square foot was $90.52 Average sales price per square foot was $89.31 78 days on market was the average sales time Average sales price was $167,905 which is a nearly 3% increase from September 2007.Homes are selling and the prices are increasing.  Beat the spring rush and sell your home today.  If you are planning on selling your home, please visit our site for a free neighborhood sales analysis.  
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By Rhonda Burgess, Moving to Nashville TN Real Estate Specialist
(Southern Living Realty Partners)
 With more homes on the market than in recent memory and so many sellers searching for the ever elusive "right buyer", new home builders have continued to over build.  Finally, someone has said to the new home builders - "Slow down".  The chief economist and director of research at the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, Mark Dotzour, stated that the continued building of spec homes is causing prospective home buyers to expect price concessions from all sellers.  Mr. Dotzour was quoted as stating "Every month that new homes are sold with substantial concessions is another month that homeowners will have difficulty selling their houses without offering similar concessions." This directly affects every seller on the market regardless of whether their home is located in or near a n...
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By Rhonda Burgess, Moving to Nashville TN Real Estate Specialist
(Southern Living Realty Partners)
Here is the current market report for (37013) Antioch, Tennessee reflecting September 2007 sales figures: There are currently 915 residential listings on the market There are currently 157 residential sales pending 115 properties were sold during the month of September Average listing price per square foot was $87.68 Average sales price per square foot was $87.36 83 days on market was the average sales time Average sales price was $163,337Don't believe the media hype - correctly priced homes are still selling everyday.  If you are planning on selling your home, please visit our site for a free neighborhood sales analysis.  
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By Terry Ross
(Change Of Place Realty)
It's been several weeks since the announcement that Starwood Amphitheater would be closed.  This large tract of land off Murfreesboro Road just before the Rutherford County line is full of potential.The Tennessean has speculated that the area will be developed commercially along the lines of currently-planned developments.  The Tennessean notes that PGM Properties intends to build Mt. View Marketplace, shopping center that may be anchored by a Publix grocery store.  There are also plans in place for a hotel and office complex nearby.The Southeastern corridor of Davidson County, leading into Rutherford County, has been one of the fastest-growing areas in Nashville for many, many years.  At times it's seemed that the commercial infrastructure has been slow to follow, although in the last ...
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