Clarksville Homes For History, Business and Careers

Clarksville, known as “Gateway to the New South”, is the fifth largest city in Tennessee and was incorporated in 1785. Clarksville was named for General George Rogers Clark, a Revolutionary War hero and the brother of William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Clarksville homes enjoy a convenient city location with old-fashioned southern charm. […]

Nashville – The Perfect Place To Hang Your Hat

Nashville is known and loved worldwide as “Music City USA”. The rich history, artistic influences and southern charm make a Nashville home the perfect place to hang your hat. James Robertson, John Donelson and a party of Wataugans founded Nashville in 1779. Its prime location, river port and railroad make Nashville a center of activity. […]

Franklin – One Of The Best Small Towns Around

Franklin homes are nestled in an area ranked fifth for “Best Small town” in the Southern Living Readers’ Choice Awards. The January edition of Southern Living found Franklin was one of the “best” places to stay, dine, shop and visit in the South. Owning a Franklin home means you’ll enjoy living in one of the […]

Attention: First Time Home Buyers in Middle Tennessee

A tax credit of up to $8,000 is available for qualified first-time home buyers purchasing a principal residence on or after January 1, 2009 and before December 1, 2009. Don’t miss your opportunity to be eligible for up to $8,000 tax credit by purchasing a home over $80,000. Take advantage of this great incentive […]

Brentwood – A Prosperous Park Area

Brentwood is a prosperous neighborhood originally founded in the 1700s. With rich soil and stately hopes, the area provided food and care for soldiers during the Civil War. When Brentwood was rediscovered during the 1920s, many original plantation homes were purchased and restored. By the 1990s, Brentwood became one of the most desirable areas in […]