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Mortgage Type Last Week Today Change
5/1 Year ARM 5.93% 6.13%
10 Year Fixed Mortgage 5.61% 5.75%
30 Year Fixed Mortgage 6.53% 6.67%
20 Year Fixed Mortgage 6.05% 6.2%
15 Year Fixed Mortgage 5.67% 5.85%
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Hot Foreclosure Homes in Nashville, TN

Foreclosure Home in Nashville, TN, 37217,  SENECA FOREST DR ID: P2115316
Davidson County, Nashville, TN 37217
TN - 37217
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Davidson County, Nashville, TN 37207
TN - 37207
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Foreclosure Home in Nashville, TN, 37218,  SOLNESS AVE ID: P2110870
Davidson County, Nashville, TN 37218
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Foreclosure Home in Nashville, TN, 37216,  PINEHURST DR ID: P2115423
Davidson County, Nashville, TN 37216
TN - 37216
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Davidson County, Nashville, TN 37211
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Nashville - Real Estate in the Music City

Nashville City

America is full of promising real estate opportunities - chances to buy homes that have solid value in great locations with plenty of upside potential for profit. Great locations, strong local economies, and plenty of attractions to everyday homeowners all make for terrific investment purchases, and these can be found in many major cities across the country.

Nashville - the capital of Tennessee and the state's second-largest city - is one growing city loaded with investment potential. Known worldwide as the Music City and the home of American country music, Nashville features a rich musical heritage accompanied by a notable presence in the banking, transportation, healthcare, and education industries. Nashville is home to several colleges and universities, including the prestigious Vanderbilt University, and has a metro area population of 1.58 million people. Finally, Nashville features a growing tourist and sports environment that attract millions to the area annually.

Here is more information for investors interested in Nashville, the Music City, as a destination for investment opportunities.

Median Home Prices

Nashville's median home prices vary from the city itself to its several outlying suburbs, such as Franklin and Hendersonville. On average, median home prices typically hover around $131,000, which is below the average for the South as a region and slightly lower than other cities of its size - suggesting that real estate is undervalued compared to similar-sized properties in similar-sized cities. The value per square foot in Nashville averages $86. The city also averages 15.75 home foreclosures per 10,000 units per month, with a low rate of 3.23 in Charlotte Park and a high of 181.82 in Cloverland Acres.

Best Places for Investment

Nashville TN City

The best places for investment in Nashville are determined by the neighborhood's central location and foreclosure rate. These are two of the best indicators for real estate stability and desirability, and heavily influence what prospective homebuyers think of the properties in the area.

Based off this, some of the best areas for investment in Nashville include Belmont/Hillsboro, Brick Church Belshire, Charlotte Park, East Germantown, Heritage Square, Inglewood, Osage/North Fisk, and Sylvan Park.

Tennessee's Foreclosure Process

Tennessee has a non-judicial foreclosure process that takes place outside of the judicial system, resulting in a shorter process period on average than judicial states. The process period in Tennessee averages 40-45 days, with a mandatory sale publication period of 20-25 days. Deeds of trusts, not mortgages, are the most common vehicles for properties in the state, which means auctions are trustee sales. These deeds of trust have Power of Sale clauses in them that allow lenders, through trustees, to initiate foreclosure proceedings against a homeowner in the event of a default. Tennessee is unique in that it has the longest redemption period - 730 days - in the entire country.

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