The number of homes sold in Williamson County is still tracking much higher compared to last year.
The vacancy rate in Cool Springs — and the Nashville market at large — is continuing to rise as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
The median price for a single family home in Williamson County hit $600,000 last month as the number of real estate sales remained higher than last year.
The RiverGate Mall-area property home to Hallmark Mitsubishi has sold to a major regional auto dealership company for $3.9 million.
The local real estate industry is expected to slowly begin to rebound starting in 2021 — though the post-COVID-19 bounceback might not be clearly noticeable until the following calendar year.
CORRECTION: This story was updated on July 27 to show that the early Ovation developer Stan Thomas sold the land to a company with a similar name, suggesting he could still be involved.
The Williamson County Association of Realtors has selected a new CEO with 27 years of experience in the association and nonprofit sectors.
Brentwood-based GBT Realty has landed a major permit related to its mixed-use tower ONE22ONE, now under construction on downtown's western edge.
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For much of March and April, residents of Williamson County did their best to stay at home to slow the spread of the coronavirus, but investment firms closed several large property sales.
Home builders in Williamson County continued building through the peak of the coronavirus outbreak, but say it’s still too early to discern the virus’ impact on future building.
The coronavirus pandemic slowed down residential real estate transactions in Williamson County last month, but the Williamson County Association of Realtors still reported hundreds of transactions.
Brentwood-based development company GBT Realty Corp. has added four employees, including a senior property manager and a senior construction manager, as full-scale work is underway on its mixed-used tower ONE22ONE on Broadway.
The COVID-19 pandemic didn’t really slow home sales in Williamson County in March. Overall, sales were actually up — nearly 16 percent — against the same month last year. Seven-figure homes were even stronger compared to March 2019, up nearly 50 percent.
A residential project long planned for South Davidson County near Brentwood is moving forward, with the development team now seeking an amendment to the specific plan in place for the property.