We spend a lot of time mulling over numbers and attempting to figure out how the market will trend and how our projections look for certain areas, etc. Real Estate Investors and Brokers spend most of their time - some would argue all of their time - predicting the future for properties or areas where they own or lease real estate.
Nationally, we’re experiencing strong consumption, despite sluggish income growth. After all, it’s much easier to consume products nowadays thanks to Amazon and online retail.
Business owners these days don’t care to have an oversized corner office sheltered from their team.They want to be in the trenches, working side-by-side with employees. And the open floorplan is no longer the solution.
Each year, the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce leads a local coalition that tracks the key issues impacting the greater Nashville region and provides feedback / solutions with which we might address them. The Chamber’s “Vital Signs” report, which highlights the regional data collected and forecasts future regional challenges, is released to the public each October.
So, how will these issues impact Nashville’s real estate and business environment?
When you are looking to start a new business, it’s important to keep your ears and eyes open to discover what the newest trends are. You don’t want to put time and money into producing merchandise that is on the downtrend or you’ll soon find yourself looking for a new business venture.
One of the trendiest parts of Nashville is the Hillsboro Village neighborhood. From coffee shops and restaurants to coveted retail, residential, and office locations, this part of town is certainly sought after. Since the neighborhood began developing in the 19th century, it has almost always been highly populated and a coveted place to live.