News

October 2021 

Yahoo Finance has reported that the overall rise in rental home prices is not actually reflective of the entire market, but increases in 2021 are coming solely from single-family rentals. Apartment prices have actually decreased nationwide, down by 2.3% since January. According to Jonas Bordo, CEO & Co-Founder of Dwellsy, "Due to COVID19, renters want more space and control over access to their homes, and this has led to substantial new demand for single family rentals..."...

September 2021

A recent report from WKRN.com brings some welcome news for prospective buyers and investors in the Nashville housing market. The area has seen unprecedented numbers in sales and home value appreciation over the past couple years. However, some in the industry are suggesting that a more stable housing market is on the way. "The Hermitage market inventory has doubled in the past 12 months," Bobby Hill with Crye-Leike Realtors said. "The Lebanon market has gone up...

August 2021

A recent forecast from Zillow, as reported by the Home Buying Institute, predicted that home prices could continue to steadily increase into 2022. The median home value for the Nashville-Murfreesboro-Franklin metro area rose by approximately 16% over the past 12 months. Zillow also predicted that home values in the area would rise around 15% over the next 12 months. Demand from buyers remains strong across the Middle Tennessee housing market. According to the U.S. Census...

July 2021

According to a recent WKRN article, the Nashville housing market is starting to level out after months of historic sales volume. Although this month's housing inventory is down almost 50% from the same time last year, the market seems to be moving in the right direction. While it remains seller's market, there are not as many buyers as in the month of April. According to Zillow, national inventory rose by more than three percent for the second month in a...

June 2021

Summer is here! And that means it’s time to take some important measures to prepare your rental home for the hot months ahead. The following are tips that every homeowner (or their trusted property manager) should follow:

Do a test of your smoke detectors and your carbon monoxide detectors

  • Replace the batteries if needed.

Get your cooling system ready

  • Consider getting your HVAC system serviced. Proper air conditioner maintenance can help your HVAC system last longer. This one is especially...