Nashville real estate: A look at what $215,000 will buy you in Middle Tennessee’s housing market

Selling multi-million-dollar homes takes patience, creativity and cash Michael Schwab, Nashville Tennessean

SUMNER COUNTY

218 Eastside Drive White House 37188

Year built: 1957

Square Feet: 1,244

Description: This three-bedroom, one-full-bath home has been updated. The kitchen features custom cabinets, granite countertops and tile floors. The living room, hallway and bedrooms have hardwoods.

This 1,244-square-foot home in Sumner County was listed for $215,000 in May 2019.
RUTHERFORD COUNTY

206 Eventide Dr Murfreesboro 37130

Year built: 1970

Square feet: 2,208

Description: This four-bedroom, two-full-bath home is in the Northridge neighborhood. Features include tile flooring, new laminate flooring and new carpet. The house has granite countertops and a large lot.

This four bedroom, two bath ...

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Nashville woman finds possums keep her up at night

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – Critters are part of the countryside when you live in Tennessee, and for one west Nashville woman with a camera, it’s not a bad thing.

Even if the animal is one most of us would like to scare away.

Robin Cohn is surrounded by her dogs, but it’s the possum people keep talking about.

The ugly, tick-eating, night-stalking possum has a friend.

“I do consider them cute,” said Cohn.

She runs the west Nashville shop Come, Sit and Stay, commands for her dogs Kai and Bodi. In her world, pets clearly come first.

“It’s really safe to say I’m an animal lover,” said Cohn.

Safe to say she’s a possum lover too, ever since they started coming to her back porch.

Long past her bedtime, they come every night...

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Good Guys Nashville Nationals at Nissan Stadium

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – If you think most cars just look alike today, you can get a chance this weekend to see what they used to look like.

Variety is the key at the Good Guys Nashville Nationals at Nissan Stadium.

If you don’t want or need another quiet weekend, but instead feel the need for speed, head toward Nissan Stadium.

There will be 2,500 cars at the stadium.

Hot rods, custom cars, classics, muscle cars and trick trucks are all part of the Good Guys 14th Nashville Nationals at Nissan Stadium.

“These cars are unique,” said Betsy Bennett. “You’ll get the stories about them.”

The vehicles won’t just sit in the parking lot, they will race as well. The Music City Mayhem Autocross shootout takes place this weekend for a 16-car showdown.

Qualifying for the showdown is Saturday morning befo...

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Some neighbors watch NFL Draft from back porch

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NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – Downtown Nashville was swamped with tourists and fans Thursday with the NFL Draft underway.

Some fans were taking part in the event without ever having to leave their home address.

"That’s Amber!" said Pat Eiting, noticing the dog waiting next to his back porch. "Amber! Here you go!"

He dropped a dog biscuit over the railing. Amber gobbled it up.

Eiting’s apartment is well-known among the neighborhood dogs.

"The stop, sit down, look up. They’re waiting for a treat," he laughed.

Eiting’s place is also known for something else, a pretty great back porch apartment view.

From his home, he can see Nissan Stadium, Broadway and Ascen...

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Bond shelved in favor of study on affordable housing shortage, solutions

Sen. Michael Sirotkin, D-Chittenden, at the Statehouse in Montpelier on Jan. 16. Photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger

Backers of a proposed affordable housing bond have shelved their plans for the year, opting instead to participate in a study to look at the state’s alternatives for addressing Vermont’s housing shortage.

Sen. Michael Sirotkin, D-Chittenden, decided to stop pressing for the bond after he heard recent testimony from opponents such as State Treasurer Beth Pearce. Pearce said last month that after a recent state bond rating downgrade, it would not be the right time to take on major debt for housing.

“The treasurer’s opinion is important,” Sirotkin said Thursday...

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Apartments West Midtown Atlanta GA – What Can Help You With Your Search?

When searching for apartments west midtown atlanta ga residents have to look at all the details. It's your time to find the right place to rent, and you don't want big eyes so to speak. You want to be as real as you can be about this apartment search and be looking for those important details. It's not like you will knowingly skip over them, but you have to be open enough to see what an apartment is really like. Read More

How to help more than 70 Nashville-area nonprofits through A Community Thrives

The USA TODAY NETWORK’s A Community Thrives grant program attracted more than 70 Nashville nonprofits’ requests for funding for programs designed to make our community better.

A Community Thrives is a program that allows nonprofits to share their great ideas on a national stage, gain support through donations and local connections, and then get a shot at some of the $2 million in grants.

Information about the various organizations was derived from their websites.

100 Black Men

The 100 Black Men of Middle Tennessee Inc. is a nonprofit organization providing resources to further the academic and social development of black male students in Nashville and surrounding Middle Tennessee.

To donate: https://www.crowdrise.com/o/en/campaign/100-black-men-of-middle-tennessee

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Nashville Symphony performs at TN School for the Blind

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The Nashville Symphony takes it show on the road once in awhile, mostly to perform for crowds that can’t easily make it to the Schermerhorn.

Seeing the Nashville Symphony is a spectacle, but hearing them is really what matters.

Monday, students at the Tennessee School for the Blind got an afternoon lunch of Beethoven and Mozart.

Music has always been welcome at the school, mostly when the students play it themselves.

But today, they were the audience.

Symphony violinist Louise Morrison didn’t know what the reaction would be.

"I hope to see them dancing, moving around, anything they want to do, we appreciate it."

Her hope happened after she played the first chord.

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Optimize Appeals and Grievances Process With Newgen at Insight Exchange Network Conference 2019, Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tennessee, March 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Newgen Software Inc., a provider of healthcare payer solutions, today announced its participation as a platinum sponsor at the Insight Exchange Network’s conference on Enhancing Appeals & Grievances and Improving ODAG & CDAG Readiness at Nashville, TN from March 6-8, 2019.

"The Appeals and Grievances process is highly regulated, scrutinized and monitored. Healthcare payers need to deliver timely resolutions to members’ complaints, appeals & grievances, received in any form in a streamlined manner while adhering to the state-level and CMS guidelines...

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PENN FC’S COMEBACK STIFLED LATE IN NASHVILLE

NASHVILLE, Tn. – Penn FC fell 3-1 to Nashville SC after the home side scored a goal late in the second half that effectively ended Rush Soccer’s First Team’s comeback attempt.

Down 2-0 in the 75th minute, Penn FC’s second-half substitutions ignited a potential comeback. Calvin Rezende — who substituted into the game in the 61st minute — and Marco Franco, set up a give-and-go play on the right wing. Rezende ran past his defender to receive the ball from Franco at the top of the box. Rezende fired a driving shot on the ground that goalkeeper Matt Pickens saved but could not corral, and the ball rolled out of play for a Penn FC corner.

On the subsequent corner kick, Ken Tribbett headed a point-blank shot from Pedro Galvao’s service...

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