This Listing of the Week is a beautiful home tucked on a large lot in Murfreesboro. It features a fully-fenced backyard with a gorgeous pool and space to entertain, high-end trim work, and an open kitchen with high-quality custom cabinets. It features four bedrooms, three and a half baths, and large closets with built-ins for easy storage. Continue reading →
Holiday decorating has such a warm, cozy, and festive allure to it. Think: Wearing your favorite sweater and fuzzy socks with a hot cocoa in hand while playfully hanging up decorations with the kids. Of course, there’s also that perfect holiday playlist in the background and heck, why not hope for gently falling snow outside, as well. Continue reading →
This Westhaven Listing of the Week features six bedrooms, five and a half baths, and incredible neighborhood amenities including a clubhouse, two pools, a fitness center, 11-acre fishing lake, and golf club. Westhaven’s Town Center also includes restaurants, retail shops, and grocery stores, all conveniently located in the community. The home has exquisite details and beautiful, custom craftsman charm. Continue reading →
How is the market? It’s a question our agents get asked a lot, and for good reason. If you’re considering buying a new home or selling one that you already own, the market trends and predictions are important in the decision-making process. Below is our most recent market update information for Davidson, Maury, Williamson, Wilson, Rutherford, and Sumner counties to help you make the most informed and beneficial choices possible.
With Thanksgiving just days away, homeowners can never be short of tips and helpful suggestions for those little setbacks that come with travel or hosting for the holiday. One of the easiest ways to make sure all cheerful efforts go according to plan is to sit down and make up a schedule for the event, according to the Huffington Post. Ensuring all relatives know when to get there is one thing, but hosts also need to ensure they know when to start their food preparation, put out the dishes, and so on, to make sure nothing gets derailed.
This Listing of the Week is a renovated home in Brentwood featuring three bedrooms, three bathrooms, plus an additional one bedroom, one and a half bath suite perfect for family or an income producing rental. The backyard is park-like and includes a new deck and outdoor kitchen. The home has hardwood floors throughout, a double-sided gas fireplace, plus a finished basement with walk-in storage. Continue reading →
The holiday season is in full swing and there are plenty of events around Middle Tennessee to keep you busy. Make plans to see a family-friendly play, step back in time at Dickensfest, or get ready for a fun evening out with one of our suggestions for December. Continue reading →
Make-A-Wish, a non-profit close to the hearts of the Parks Family of Realtors®, grants wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions. Serving 38 counties in Middle Tennessee, they grant approximately 140 wishes per year for children between the ages of two and a half and 18. Continue reading →
This Listing of the Week offers unbeatable convenience. Located close to West End, Vanderbilt, Sylvan Park, downtown, and the interstate, you can be at some of Nashville’s hottest spots within minutes. It features a large covered terrace, nest thermostat, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors and like new carpet, and an elevator from the garage to the unit. Continue reading →
On the Tuesday after Thanksgiving in the United States, many people have begun to celebrate a day of giving known as Giving Tuesday (#GivingTuesday). Founded in 2012, Giving Tuesday is a direct response to the rampant consumerism and commercialization of the holiday season. Disturbed by the lack of empathy and compassion demonstrated by US citizens during such events as Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the 92nd Street Y and The United Nations Foundation launched Giving Tuesday in the hopes that the entire world would be inspired to launch the holiday season with an emphasis on giving and charity rather than self-enrichment and exchanging of material goods with those who don’t truly need them. Continue reading →