Short Term Rentals In Nashville?

May 2017 As of April 28, 2017, no new non-owner-occupied short term rental property permits are being issued in residential zoned areas.  This has been a source of intense debate over the last couple of years primarily over the issue of property owner rights and the greater good of the

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Nashville’s First Light Rail on the Horizon

April 2017 Gallatin Pike appears to be the focus for our first light rail project.  With continuing population growth in Nashville, our transportation infrastructure is more critical than ever.  Gallatin Pike runs through East Nashville and becomes James Robertson Parkway (and also Main Steet) in Downtown Nashville.  There is already

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Nashville Population Boom Continues

March 2017 Nashville, TN’s population could reach 2 million by 2020 to the Nashville Metro Planning Organization.  Recent statistics show a 2% increase in population during a one-year timeframe that ended 7/1/16.  Some tout a rate of 100 people per day moving into the area, but the actual figure represents

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America’s Friendliest City Broke Visitor Records in 2016

February 2017 Nashville’s Mayor Megan Berry said “…our tourist industry continue(s) to pay off in ways that create jobs, grow our economy and generate tax revenue that’s used to improve the quality of life for all residents.”  Annual visitation has increased a whopping 45% over the past 10 years.  Nashville

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