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It has been a big year for home sales, and June was the biggest month so far. And the median home price set a record, topping $260,000 dollars. 

courtesty of Erin Krueger

Nothing shows how hot the Nashville real estate market is like the selling record of the top realtor in Tennessee. Erin Krueger was recently named one of the country's top agents by REAL Trends. She negotiated 344 deals last year: that’s closing nearly one home a day. 

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Home prices in the Nashville area continued growing in September: The median sale price was $236,866, according to the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors — up 12 percent over last year.

Nashville Home Prices Hit Another Record

Jul 7, 2015

The median home price in the Nashville area is at its highest level ever.

June was the fourth month in a row that the region hit a record median price — this time, it was $240,000, according to the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors.

Vanessa Chang has watched those prices march higher. She bought her home in Donelson earlier this year.

"I got a really good deal for it, but I know it's going up. My brother is trying to move here too, and he's trying to buy a house, and yes, the price is definitely going up."

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The latest real estate numbers in the Nashville area tell the same story as they have in recent months: Home sales are booming. It's a trend that shows no sign of stopping soon, according to data from the Greater Nashville Association of Realtors, because the number of pending home sales set a record too.

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The ice and snow of February failed to freeze up the Nashville area’s housing market. Closings jumped nearly 13 percent from the same period last year and March is on track to keep the upward trend going.