Tennessee Real Estate

  • Home Foreclosures Nashville
    Like the rest of the United States in a difficult economy, home foreclosures Nashville did not anticipate are occurring. A glance at daily listings will show scores of them in the Nashville area. Whil....
  • Tennessee Lake Front Property
    Tennessee Lake Front Property has spectacular views of water and forest, and generally, either rolling hills or mountains, too, depending on the region it is in. Whether it's Norris Lake of the Tennes....
  • Franklin Tennessee Homes
    Franklin Tennessee homes have existed since at least 1799 when the city was founded in wealthy Williamson County. Franklin was named after Benjamin Franklin, a close friend of Dr. Hugh Williamson who ....
  • Tennessee Real Estate
    Tennessee Real Estate buyers and sellers are assisted by many of the best-known real estate firms in the nation, as well as by locally owned real estate offices. The market is busy and expanding, with....
  • Lake Properties In Nashville
    Lake properties in Nashville can provide hours of quiet fishing, boating, stunning sunsets, and relaxation from a hectic lifestyle and commuter traffic. Even though Nashville can be considered laid-ba....
  • Tennessee River Property
    Tennessee river property is highly valued, and tends to be at a premium, particularly in the Nashville area. Both residential and commercial properties often are the subject of debate, as zoning and l....
  • Lots In Nashville
    Lots in Nashville and Davidson County are usually either of the commercial land variety, perhaps a back lot in a less desirable part of a community, or rural land that may or may not have a commercial....
  • Vanderbilt Area Real Estate
    Surrounding the esteemed university of the same name, Vanderbilt Area real estate embraces neighborhoods of all types. Several communities lie south of Vanderbilt. Hillsboro Village has homes on small....
  • Middle Tennessee Homes
    Middle Tennessee homes are being built so rapidly that the environment is changing weekly. The green grass and green trees are still there, thanks to Tennesseans' love of their lush rolling countrysid....
  • Williamson County Real Estate
    Williamson County real estate covers 583 square miles, although only about 217 people per square mile live there. This compares with 1,135 persons per square mile in slightly smaller Davidson County, ....