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    Where to Get a Great Cup of Coffee in Nashville

    By Clay Kelton | May 16, 2019

    We all need our dose of caffeine early in the day and most of us turn to coffee. The good news, Nashville offers plenty of coffee shops, houses, and cafes with great tasting coffee. Here’s a look at just a few of the top spots for coffee in the Music City. 8th & Roast –... Read More

    Where to go Biking in Nashville

    By Clay Kelton | May 13, 2019

    You just moved to Nashville and finally got settled in. Now, it’s time to get out on your bike and check out your new city. Nashville is a very bike-friendly city and has plenty of bike trails, pathways, and streets for you to enjoy. Here’s a look at some of the best spots for biking... Read More

    How to Get Fit in Nashville for Free

    By Clay Kelton | May 9, 2019

    Did you fail at your New Year’s resolution to get fit? Maybe you’re ready to get started again and you want to get in shape before summer hits. No matter your reason, you don’t have to dump a ton of cash into getting fit. Nashville is filled with ways to get fit for free. Here’s... Read More

    Best Nashville Neighborhoods Featuring Homes with Pools

    By Clay Kelton | May 6, 2019

    The summer is right around the corner and nothing beats a dip in the pool. However, if you have to pack up the car and the kids every time you want to hit the pool, it can get a bit exhausting. Instead, why not own a Nashville home with a pool? There are several neighborhoods... Read More

    A Guide to Helping Your Adult Children Buy a House in Nashville

    By Clay Kelton | May 3, 2019

    Helping your adult children buy a house in Nashville isn’t always easy. In many cases, your children that have left the nest, grown, and are ready to buy a house cannot get approved. This could be due to their student loan debt, the lack of extra money to save for a down payment, or for... Read More

    A Guide for Biking After Relocating to Nashville, TN

    By Clay Kelton | May 1, 2019

    You’ve moved to Nashville and you’re ready to get out on your bike and explore. Nashville offers plenty of great places for biking and it has gained a reputation as one of the most bike-friendly cities in Tennessee. The Music City Bikeway was completed in 2011 making it even easier for biking throughout the city.... Read More

    Top 5 Luxury Home Trends for 2019

    By Clay Kelton | March 1, 2019

    Every year, new trends are seen in the luxury home space. Whether it’s a decorating trend, a remodeling trend, or another type of trend, there’s always something new. The prices of luxury homes during the final quarter of 2018 rose about 4.7% across the nation. While some trends, such as the rising values, seem to... Read More

    Upcoming Event: Nashville Scene Iron Fork

    By Clay Kelton | February 25, 2019

    The very popular cooking competition is coming back again for 2019. The Nashville Scene Iron Fork will be held again to provide food lovers in Nashville with a one-day experience. This annual event offers foodies a chance to enjoy some of the best local chefs in a competitive atmosphere. While only one chef can win,... Read More

    Top Reasons Seniors Should Retire in Nashville

    By Clay Kelton | January 23, 2019

        Getting ready for retirement is one of life’s most important milestones. After working for your entire life, it is time to focus on your comfort and enjoyment. The first thing you need to decide is where you want to live. If Nashville is on your list, you’re on the right track. Nicknamed “The... Read More

    Top Spots for Single Family Homes Under $350K in Nashville, TN

    By Clay Kelton | November 3, 2018

    Home prices across the country have been on the rise and they have certainly gone up throughout Nashville. There are plenty of affordable homes found under $350K, however, if you know where to look. Finding that perfect home for a price you can afford doesn’t always seem easy, though. When you hire the right Nashville... Read More