Manchester, Tennessee is experiencing a new growth pattern. Buyers are migrating from Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and even coming from Nashville. Residents are finding that at cost per
Nashville Infill Construction Boosts Older Neighborhoods
One aspect that is causing the change according to a lot of people is that younger professionals now want to experience life in the city. They want to be able to go out and about on weekends, not have to think about taking care of a large lawn in the suburbs. The trend has also caught on with empty nesters. They say, why have an acre out in Brentwood when we could be more maintenance fee in town AND close to the symphony and other attractions Nashville has to offer. The only question that now arrises, is how long will this new construction continue to make Nashville grow? At what point does Nashville risk loosing it's "honky tonk", southern feel and turn into a "big city"? Hopefully never...
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Dan Meacock dove into the Nashville Real Estate market in 2011 working for one of the area's top teams. Since then, he has spread his wings and created his own brand now with one of the fastest growin....