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Nashville is creating the city's first community land trust, the Mayor's office announced Tuesday. The trust will buy up property, maintain partial ownership and keep it affordable for generations of owners.

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Home prices in Nashville may be leveling out in 2018. A forecast by Realtor.com says that's because the number of homes for sale in the area is increasing.

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A new analysis puts Nashville as one of two cities most at risk for seeing home prices decline, elevating the threat level for Nashville's housing market.

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The price of condos in the Nashville area hit a record high in August at a median of $207,000. The jump comes as first-time home buyers get priced out of single family homes.

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These numbers are starting to sound like more of the same, but this is beyond the consistent uptick in home prices over the past several years.

Home prices in Nashville just made their biggest annual leap in recorded history. That's because inventory is low and buyers are willing to pay for the property they really want, real estate agents say.   

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You’ve heard this one before: Nashville area home sales reached a new record last month. According to local real estate agents, the median price for a single-family home in the Nashville area hit $279,000 in May.

Greater Nashville Realtors says closings were up more than 6 percent, and prices for a single-family home were up nearly 8 percent compared to last year. This means homes are getting snapped up fast.

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Nashville area home sales slowed last month, but prices hit a new record high. According to relators, the median price for a single family home in the Nashville area is $275,000, up by $25,000 since last year

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Nashville's housing market continued its relatively steady march upward in February, with a nine percent increase in activity over last year. Some buyers and sellers are also noticing that the real estate frenzy has become more broad based.

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November home sales in the Nashville area made their largest leap all year, jumping by 24 percent compared to the same month in 2015. And realtors have a theory as to why: The outcome of the presidential election.

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Nashville’s real estate market may be more active than ever, but currently the city’s home sales are flat, according to new data from the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors.

The lackluster sales for the last few months might be tied more to low inventory than to reluctant buyers. According to realtors, the city’s residential inventory is down by seven percent from this time last year.

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