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The process of selling your house doesn't have to be so daunting. We understand how to attract the right group of willing and able buyer's to any subject property. Our goal is to exceed our client's expectations by communicating clearly, intently listening, and realizing results.​


An effective marketing strategy is essential when selling real estate. We're recognized as an industry-leading real estate marketing company because we stay ahead of the technological learning curve.


There's nothing more frustrating in business than the lack of communication skills. We take great pride in being available and accessible around the clock. We fully understand time is of the essence in a real estate transaction and seconds can mean the difference between failure and success.


Negotiating a successful real estate transaction is an art form. We paint the perfect win-win picture for all parties of a real estate transaction.

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Finding the right home can be extremely challenging in the competitive Nashville real estate market. Employing the right real estate broker can make a huge difference in the outcome of your transaction. It's highly recommended to hire a licensed real estate professional when negotiating and submitting real estate contracts. Most people interested in the purchase of real estate aren't aware, utilizing the services of a real estate professional as a buyer usually doesn't cost you a dime.


Hiring a licensed real estate professional can make a real estate search, the submission of contracts and the negotiation process a lot less worrisome. A high performing real estate professional should be a great listener, excellent communicator, and have their clients best interest at the forefront of every thought, twist, and turn of the transaction.

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Are you ready to begin the search for your future home? We'd love the opportunity to go to work for you. Finding a home can be a full time job and we work diligently around the clock for our clients.

Houses For Sale In Nashville

Find houses for sale in Nashville by using the best real estate agents and the top realtors in Tennessee.


Downtown Nashville

Finding the right home can be extremely challenging in the competitive Nashville real estate market. Employing the right real estate broker can make a huge difference in the outcome of your transaction. It's highly recommended to hire a licensed real estate professional when negotiating and submitting real estate contracts. Most people interested in the purchase of real estate aren't aware, utilizing the services of a real estate professional as a buyer usually doesn't cost you a dime.


Midtown Nashville is a bustling neighborhood, extending up Broadway and Division Street, it's home to a variety of hotels, restaurants, bars and live entertainment. You'll find a mixture of locals and visitors taking full advantage of the limitless options Midtown offers.

Belmont - Waverly

Filled with charm and gorgeous turn of the century architecture, this mostly residential area surrounding Belmont University, consists of dynamic mix of college students, young professionals, creative types and established families. Belmont’s wide, shaded sidewalks and generous bike lanes make it a popular location for active residents.


Recognized amongst natives as Nashville’s first suburb, this neighborhood is full of rich character and history, from the cobblestone sidewalks and historical homes to restaurants and farmers’ market. Germantown continues to grow with a pleasant blend of the old as well as new construction.

Hillsboro Village

The Hillsboro community is a charming neighborhood, situated between Vanderbilt University and Belmont University, is a collection of locally owned gift and book shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants.

The Gulch

The Gulch is an eclectic mix of local restaurants, boutiques and urban residential development. It’s home to some of Nashville’s most celebrated nightlife. There are panoramic views of the downtown skyline. The Gulch possesses a high concentration of music venues, restaurants and bars as well as retail boutiques, yoga studios, salons & spas, coffee shops and an organic grocery store.

Lenox Village

Lenox Village is nestled among wooded hills southeast of Nashville, Tennessee. The 208-acre development patterns itself after the traditional small Tennessee town, with a village commons, a variety of housing types, and a mixed-use commercial area.

Marathon Village

Originally an automotive manufacturing plant, Marathon Village was built in 1881 and sits just west of downtown. It has been revitalized and is now home to artists‘ studios, offices, a radio station, distillery and retail shops. There are popular brands such as Harley Davidson as well as Antique Archeology from the hit TV show on the History Channel.


A quarter-mile stretch of side-by-side bars, boutiques, salons and restaurants, with expansive outdoor patios. Demonbreun is yet another popular nightlife destination, frequented by music executives, young professionals and students alike.

8th Avenue SOuth

Known as Nashville’s antique district, this neighborhood is also home to restaurants, live music venues, upscale salons, and a popular comedy club.


South Broadway is quickly becoming a hotbed of economic development. SoBro has grown rapidly in tandem with the $583 million Music City Convention Center. It's home to Nashville tech startups, coffee shops and urban living communities, SoBro is emerging as the entrepreneurial heart of Nashville.

East Nashvile

East Nashville boasts a high concentration of locally owned businesses and a food scene that has earned coverage from publications like the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Five Points, in the heart of East Nashville, is home to local businesses, restaurants, cafés and a thriving nightlife scene.

Berry Hill

Berry Hill is eclectic and artistic, home to more than 400 small businesses and 40 recording studios, many of them in colorful bungalows. Independent is the name of the game here, with everything from specialty shops to yoga studios located in this cozy community.

Donelson - Hermitage

The twin communities of Donelson and Hermitage are located 10 miles east of downtown Nashville. Bordered by the Cumberland River to the west and by Percy Priest Lake to the south, this area is known for its parks and outdoor activities, including a waterpark and golf course.

12 SOuth

One of Nashville’s liveliest residential neighborhoods, 12 South is a walkable, friendly community of young professionals, families, and students. There are a variety of local bars and restaurants, from casual to upscale. Boutiques, specialty stores, and salons.

The Nations

Mostly known for its industrial development, this upand-coming area is quickly becoming Nashville’s hottest neighborhood for young professionals and families alike. Surrounded by two neighborhood parks, The Nations is buzzing with new dining options, shopping and live music, and is a hub for several of Nashville’s best-known craft breweries.

Southeast Nashville

Southeast Nashville in Davidson County is a community that continues to experience some of the highest growth rates in the county. The area offers easy interstate and airport access, spacious commercial properties, and diverse housing options.

Green Hills

One of Nashville’s most family-friendly neighborhoods, this area sports some of Nashville’s most popular upscale shopping, dining and nightlife destinations. Many of Nashville’s celebrities call this neighborhood home, so don’t be surprised to run into the likes of Nicole Kidman, Keith Urban or Ben Folds as you walk the aisles of Whole Foods.


Bellevue is an active suburban community located about 13 miles southwest of downtown. Home to Edwin Warner Park and Percy Warner Park, home of the annual Iroquois Steeplechase. Bellvue offers a wide variety of residential options for singles and families looking for affordable but spacious apartments, condos and single-family homes.

Sylvan Park

This quiet, bike-friendly neighborhood is home to many young professionals and families and features several established local restaurants, shops and markets. Close-knit community dotted with restored bungalows and Victorian homes. Popular coffee shops and locally owned restaurants. Community center, natural foods grocery, unique boutiques, pet shop and salon.

Elliston PLace

Situated between downtown and Vanderbilt University, the Elliston Place block is home to many late-night dining options and some of the best nightclubs in town. High concentration of bars, restaurants and live music venues. Home to some of the oldest restaurants in Nashville. Surrounded by small homes and historic apartment buildings.


Driver License

New residents or those returning to Tennessee and holding a driver license from another state must obtain a Tennessee driver license no later than thirty (30) days after establishing residency. New residents will need to go to any of our full-service driver service centers that are located throughout the state. New residents holding a valid learner's permit from another state must meet separate requirements to obtain a Tennessee learner permit or driver license.

Vehicle Titling & Registration

New residents and those relocating to the state can obtain a vehicle title from their local county clerk’s office after emissions testing (if it is required by the county).

Voter Registration

To register in Davidson County: You must be a U.S. citizen, AND You must be at least 18 years old on or before the next election, AND You must be a resident of Davidson County (refer to these residency guidelines), AND You must NOT have been convicted of a felony, or if you have, your voting rights must have been restored.


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