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    COVID-19: How Is This Affecting Nashville Real Estate? Should I Buy, Sell or Wait?

    By Aaron Armstrong | April 7, 2020

    Friends, Neighbors and Clients, I hope you are well amidst the uncertainty and chaos. Between the devastating tornado that swept through Middle Tennessee and the economic unpredictability surrounding COVID-19, it’s been a challenging start to 2020. If you are experiencing financial, emotional or physical effects from all that is happening, you are in our thoughts... Read More

    Your Guide to Labor Day in Nashville

    By Aaron Armstrong | August 24, 2018

    Looking forward to your Nashville Labor Day Weekend? We sure are! A lot of people use Labor Day as a getaway weekend, but most Nashvillians spend their time at home in their city soaking up the last of the weather and celebrating the symbolic end of summer with barbecues, fireworks, parties, music, and picnics. (Not... Read More

    Game-Changing and Cheap Tips For Home Staging

    By Aaron Armstrong | August 17, 2018

    What is home staging? Home staging is a marketing technique used when selling a home. The idea is to decorate and organize your space in a way that will appeal to the greatest number of potential buyers in the hopes that it will sell more quickly. Home staging involves “neutralizing” the home and creating an... Read More

    How the Millennial Homebuyer is Shifting the Market

    By Aaron Armstrong | August 9, 2018

    In our current market, the millennial generation makes up a good portion of homebuyers. Currently ranking in as the largest age group of homebuyers, with 36% to 40% of the market, this generation is changing the housing market and the communities they are moving into. According to the Washington Post, the Millennial generation (at 85... Read More

    The Best Historic Music Venues in Music City

    By Aaron Armstrong | August 2, 2018

    Ryman Auditorium The famous Ryman Auditorium is one of Nashville’s most historic venues located right in the heart of downtown Nashville. Prominent steamboat captain and Nashville businessman, Thomas G. Ryman spent most of his life dedicated to building the Union Gospel Tabernacle, which would take on the name the Ryman after he died. In the... Read More

    Everything You Need To Know To Head Back To School Next Week!

    By Aaron Armstrong | July 27, 2018

      It’s been a long, hot summer in Tennessee. We’re hoping the last few months were jam-packed with fun summer activities, getaways, and some Nashville exploring. It’s hard to believe that it’s back to school season already! Sometimes it can be difficult to make the transition back into school mode. We’re here to help, giving... Read More

    5 Tips For Saving Towards Your First Down Payment

    By Aaron Armstrong | July 19, 2018

      A lot of the time the biggest thing standing between renters and their dream of owning a home, is the downpayment. No matter how hard they try, they can’t seem to save enough money. Does a down payment on your first home feel out of reach? We’ve got some saving ideas and tips! Pay... Read More

    The Best Places to Eat Healthy in Nashville

    By Aaron Armstrong | July 13, 2018

    Nashville has one of the most fun and diverse food scenes of a city it’s size. A lot of the time when people think about food in southern cities, they think southern cooking. (And we most certainly have that!)  But there are some very unique, health conscious restaurants in our city with incredible menus. This... Read More

    A Nashville Night Out With Armstrong Real Estate

    By Aaron Armstrong | July 6, 2018

    If you joined us for our June client event, the photos are in and we’re excited to share them with you! Armstrong is thankful for another successful client event and grateful to the 114 clients and friends who came to celebrate with us at Nobles Kitchen & Beer Hall on June 20th.  The evening was full... Read More

    A Guide to July 4th in Nashville, Tennessee

    By Aaron Armstrong | June 29, 2018

    Last year Nashville’s 4th of July festivities attracted 240,000 people. The all-day Let Freedom Sing! celebration is one of a kind, with music, fun, food and fireworks. Here is the scoop on the downtown happenings that you won’t want to miss! Family Fun Music City Walk of Fame Park will be hosting the Wyler’s Light... Read More

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