2. There's a new vision for Wedgewood Houston: 'I
have people ask me all the time, 'What's the next Gulch?'' Wedgewood-Houston has a lot of character. It's very industrial. There's a
lot of artists, there's a lot of makers, there's a lot of art galleries going
in. It has all the things going for it where it can be a great neighborhood.
(It) reminds us of where Germantown was 10 or 15 years ago.'
SUPER luxury hits Nashville for the first time? Reports the Nashville Business Journal, 'Nashville
is now on the radar of these top-tier brands, for the first time ever. It's
exciting to see Nashville reach the point where we're so sought-after.'
Is your neighborhood in a “food desert”? 'Once
confined to Nashville's urban core, food deserts are spreading. With no car and
no close markets, the poor buy their groceries at convenience stores, where
fresh food is hard to find.'
by TJ AndersonI’m starting to sense a little bit of Fixer Upper back
"TJ is a true professional. My wife and I were looking for a home last summer, TJ worked very hard tracking down the sellers agents and even negotiated the price down within our budget. We actually had an offer in place when we decided to pull the offer (we got our heads back) at the last minute. TJ was unfazed (I would have been more than a little peeved if a customer was that close to purchase and then backed out) and took it all in stride. You can tell a lot about someone when things are going their way. You can tell even more about them when things don't work out.
I would highly recommend (and have recommend) TJ to anyone selling a home in the Middle Tennessee area. Zach D."