GOOD NEWS: Nashville Breaks Records, Ranks Nationally, & Gets New Food Spot!

This Week in Tennessee News

Nashville 2016 Home Sales Highest in a Decade
The Tennessean :: January 9, 2017
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Nearly 39,000 residential properties changed hands across the Nashville region last year, marking the biggest gain in local home sales within a decade.
December’s $266,408 median price of a single-family home was the 2nd highest ever in monthly tracking by Greater Nashville Realtors. The record price ($267,000) was set last July.
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At year’s end there were 9,582 residential properties on the Nashville area market, which is the lowest inventory since…
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Nashville Tops the List of Hottest Housing Markets for 2017
Zillow Blog :: January 6, 2017
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In the same year renting becomes more affordable and the homeownership rate bounces back from historical lows, the country’s housing market superstar will be Nashville!
Music City has moved beyond its country roots to become a fast-growing economy with employment by the healthcare industry and big corporate names including Nissan, Randstad and Kroger.
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Home appreciation is expected to rocket in Nashville this year by…
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Funk Seoul Brother Quietly Opens in The Factory
The Nashville Eater :: January 6, 2017
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The Factory at Franklin continues to transition, particularly in terms of its food and beverage offerings, and this week sees another new addition, as Funk Seoul Brother has quietly started up lunch service in preparation for a full roll-out next week.
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Located in a graffiti-style booth near Building 14’s entrance, owner B.J. Lofback is capitalizing on the popularity of the poke bowls he serves up at Funk Seoul’s Midtown location and concentrating on the one dish this go-around, offering 8 different signature bowls, with seafood provided by fellow Factory neighbor Gulf Pride…
 

 

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