As the urban core continues to grow, mixed-use developments are becoming more and more popular thanks to the walkability and live/work/play atmosphere they create. Not to mention the fact that increased density in the urban core helps drive down Nashville’s traffic issues.
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.
You’re probably very familiar with residential real estate investing.
After all, over 60% of Americans will own residential real estate in their lifetime.
I get that questions all the time when we first start working on behalf of a client.
And this applies equally to all aspects of Nashville commercial real estate - office, retail, industrial, etc.