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1. Top Davidson County residential sales for June 2021 -

Top residential real estate sales, June 2021, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

2. GOP seeks political opening amid tense Israel-Hamas fighting -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans trying to drive a wedge between Democrats and chip away at President Joe Biden's support are zeroing in on the violence in the Middle East, laying blame on his administration and aiming to make his liberal critics the face of the party heading into the midterm elections.

3. Legal Aid’s Overby retires after 46 years -

Attorney Russ Overby is retiring from Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee, where he began practicing in 1974.

Before his retirement, Overby was lead attorney of the firm’s Health, Income and Education Practice Group, specializing in poverty law. He worked at Legal Aid Society’s Nashville office from 1974 until 1993, serving as lead counsel in a number of significant federal and state cases involving public benefits and the rights of children in state institutions. He was managing attorney of the Legal Aid Society’s Murfreesboro office from 1993 to 1997, then left the firm from 1997 to 2005 to work as a welfare reform lawyer at the Tennessee Justice Center. He rejoined Legal Aid Society in 2006.

4. As party leaders age, progressive Black Democrats take stage -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Yearning for change, a group of progressive Black Democratic congressional hopefuls is rushing toward the national stage, igniting rank-and-file enthusiasm in a party dominated by aging white leaders.

5. As party leaders age, progressive Black Democrats take stage -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Yearning for change, a group of progressive Black Democratic congressional hopefuls is rushing toward the national stage, igniting rank-and-file enthusiasm in a party dominated by aging white leaders.

6. Top Davidson County residential sales for April 2020 -

Top residential real estate sales, April 2020, for Davidson County, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

7. Dow drops 7.8%, 2,013 points as free-fall slams markets -

Stocks took their worst one-day beating on Wall Street since the global financial crisis of 2008 as a collapse in oil prices Monday combined with mounting alarm over what the coronavirus could do to the world economy.

8. Second US official heard Trump call with Sondland -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A second U.S. Embassy staffer in Kyiv overheard a cellphone call between President Donald Trump and his ambassador to the European Union discussing a need for Ukrainian officials to pursue “investigations,” The Associated Press has learned.

9. Top Middle Tennessee commercial sales for September 2019 -

Top residential real estate sales, September 2019, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

10. Top Middle Tennessee residential sales for April 2019 -

Top residential real estate sales, April 2019, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

11. $1 million-plus Middle Tennessee residential sales for Q2 2018 -

Residential real estate sales, Second quarter 2018, of $1 million of more for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

12. Top Middle Tennessee residential sales for June 2018 -

Top residential real estate sales, June 2018, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

13. US hits Russian firms with sanctions, citing cyberattacks -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Monday slapped sanctions on several Russian companies and businessmen for engaging in cyberattacks and assisting Russia's military and intelligence services with other malicious activities.

14. Top Middle Tennessee residential sales for April 2018 -

Top residential real estate sales, April 2018, for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

15. Trump's pull out from Iran deal deepens US isolation -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump withdrew the U.S. from the landmark nuclear accord with Iran, abruptly restoring harsh sanctions in the most consequential foreign policy action of his presidency. He declared he was making the world safer, but he also deepened his isolation on the world stage and revived doubts about American credibility.

16. Trump in Davos: threatens Palestinians, reassures Brits -

DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — President Donald Trump barreled into a global summit in the Swiss Alps on Thursday, threatening to stop U.S. aid to the Palestinians and dismissing as a "false rumor" the idea that there are tensions in the U.S. relationship with Britain.
Trump's debut appearance at the glitzy World Economic Forum was hotly anticipated, with longtime attendees of the free-trade-focused event wondering how the "America First" president would fit in. Crowds clustered around Trump as he entered the modern conference hall, the president telling passers-by that he was bringing a message of "peace and prosperity."
Trump framed his visit as a sign of positive things happening for the U.S. economy.
"When I decided to come to Davos, I didn't think in terms of elitist or globalist, I thought in terms of lots of people that want to invest lots of money and they're all coming back to the United States, they're coming back to America," the president told CNBC.
His meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a close ally, was their first since the president announced earlier this month that he would recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move the U.S. embassy there. The declaration delighted Netanyahu and outraged Palestinians, who declared a new U.S.-led peace push dead and refused to meet with Vice President Mike Pence during his recent visit to the Mideast.
Trump took that as an affront.
"They disrespected us a week ago by not allowing our great vice president to see them and we give them hundred of millions of dollars in aid and support," Trump said. "That money is not going to them unless they sit down and negotiate peace."
Netanyahu was effusive in his praise for Trump, saying the president's recent announcement on Jerusalem was a "historic decision that will be forever etched in the hearts of our people."  The Palestinians, in turn, said Trump's "language of dictation is unacceptable," in the words of spokesman Nabil Abu Rdeneh.
Past American presidents have expressed irritation with the Palestinian leadership but no previous administration has threatened to cut off assistance to the Palestinians unless they agreed to negotiate with Israel.
Washington has contributed over $5 billion in economic and security aid to the Palestinians since the mid-1990s. Annual economic aid since 2008 has averaged around $400 million, much of it devoted to development projects. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said all bilateral assistance to the Palestinians, including economic security aid, is at risk if the Palestinians don't come to the negotiating table.
Trump, who has called an agreement to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict the "ultimate deal," said Thursday that he had taken Jerusalem— one of the thorniest issues — "off the table," although U.S. officials have stressed repeatedly that the decision has no impact on negotiations over the borders or sovereignty of the holy city. Trump told Netanyahu that Israel had "won" on the matter but would have to make concessions to the Palestinians in any eventual talks.
Trump met separately with British Prime Minister Theresa May, batting away the idea that their relationship is strained after he canceled a recent visit to London and May criticized him for retweeting a U.K. far-right group's anti-Muslim videos.
Trump declared it a "really great relationship." May described it as a "really special relationship."
But their meeting was more muted than Trump's session with Netanyahu and they did not respond to shouted questions about the videos.
After the meeting, May's office said the two leaders "concluded by asking officials to work together on finalizing the details of a visit by the President to the UK later this year." White House officials said the visit would be a "working visit," featuring less pomp than a full state visit. They said plans for an official state visit would come later.
Absent from the Davos scene: first lady Melania Trump. She was originally scheduled to attend the forum but later scrapped that plan, citing scheduling and logistics problems. The reversal came after reports emerged of an adult film star's account of an alleged affair with Donald Trump in 2006.
Trump is the first sitting president to attend Davos since Bill Clinton in 2000. The protectionist-leaning president's last-minute decision to attend the annual gathering for political and business elites was unexpected. Trump has criticized global pacts, withdrawing from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) on trade, demanding changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement and announcing his intent to exit the Paris climate accord.
But he drew enthusiastic praise for his tax-cut law at a dinner that he hosted Thursday for more than a dozen business executives from Nokia, Adidas, SAP and other companies, with the business leaders praising his tax plan and pledging to invest more in the United States before their tucked into their beef tenderloin.
Trump called the assembled executives, all male, "some of the greatest business leaders in the world," before asking them to go around the table and talk about how their businesses are doing in the U.S.
While the businesses praised Trump, another Davos takeaway was that, without Trump's participation, other countries are still moving forward with trade deals.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau revealed at Davos this week that his country and the 10 remaining members of the Trans-Pacific Partnership have revised their trade deal following the U.S. withdrawal.
Trump said in an interview with CNBC that he would consider re-entering the TPP if it was a "better deal" for the U.S.
"The deal was terrible, the way it was structured was terrible," he said.
Top Trump officials this week insisted that "America First" did not mean "America alone." Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the philosophy simply means that "President Trump is looking out for American workers and American interests, no different than he expects other leaders would look out for their own."
Other administration officials had a clear message for critics.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said Davos "should feel very flattered" by Trump's attendance. She added: "Those that don't want to listen, you can — they can — leave."
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AP Writer Matthew Lee contributed from Warsaw, Poland.

17. With Trump meeting, May looks to keep UK on global map -

DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — British Prime Minister Theresa May sought to reaffirm her country's central role in world affairs on Thursday, when she delivered a speech to the World Economic Forum and met with President Donald Trump to dispel any perceptions of tensions between them.

18. Trump: Palestinians must return to talks to receive aid -

DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to withhold aid money from the Palestinians until they return to peace talks with Israel as he sat down with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the sidelines of an economic summit in Switzerland.
Trump's decision last year to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital roiled Arab nations and led the Palestinians to refuse to meet with Vice President Mike Pence during his visit to the Mideast this week. They also declared a new U.S.-led peace push dead, saying Washington can no longer be trusted as an honest broker.
Trump said that decision has consequences. The U.S., he said, gives "hundreds of millions of dollars in aid and support" to the Palestinians, and "that money is on the table and that money's not going to them unless they sit down and negotiate peace."
The Palestinian envoy to Washington, Husam Zomlot, accused the president of "backstabbing" the Palestinians. In a speech at the Washington-based Middle East Institute, Zomlot said Trump had reneged on his promise not to prejudge solutions to the conflict and chided the president for acting "triumphant" and "victorious" in Davos.
"We don't understand, triumphant and victorious, what is it? For killing the only possible solution? For pushing us to the Armageddon?" Zomlot said.
Trump's comments came shortly after he arrived at the World Economic Forum, which brings together world leaders, business executives and celebrities. His appearance is aimed at luring foreign investment to the U.S. and highlighting his "America first" economic agenda, despite its seeming odds with a gathering that celebrates global cooperation and free trade.
Washington has contributed over $5 billion in economic and security aid to the Palestinians since the mid-1990s. Annual economic aid since 2008 has averaged around $400 million, much of it devoted to development projects. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said all bilateral assistance to the Palestinians, including economic security aide, is at risk if the Palestinians don't come to the negotiating table.
Last week, the Trump administration moved to withhold some — but not all — of a scheduled aid payment to the United Nations agency that assists Palestinian refugees. The Trump administration said it would provide $60 million, while keeping $65 million until the U.N. body undertakes a "fundamental re-examination." Nauert said that action is unrelated.
Israel has been overjoyed by Trump's pivot on Jerusalem, which Netanyahu hailed Thursday as an "historic decision that will be forever etched in the hearts of our people."
During his visit to Israel this week, Pence told Israeli lawmakers that the U.S. was fast-tracking the embassy plans, aiming to move it from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by the end of 2019. Trump said he anticipates having "a small version" of the embassy open sometime next year.
In his remarks, Trump referenced Pence's trip to the Middle East, which did not include a meeting with Palestinian leaders. Trump said, "they disrespected us a week ago by not allowing our great vice president to see them," adding: "Respect has to be shown to the U.S. or we're just not going any further."
Trump arrived in Zurich ahead of schedule and immediately boarded a U.S. helicopter for the flight to Davos, where the World Economic Forum is being held. The approximately 40-minute trip took Trump over a snowy countryside dotted with houses, frosted mountains and a glistening lake. As Trump got off the helicopter in Davos, he gestured to aides who held him by the arms as he walked across the snowy landing zone to his waiting car.
"This will be a very exciting two days," Trump said as he arrived at the summit site, adding that he was bringing a message of "peace and prosperity" to the gathering.
Hours later, he said his visit had already been "very successful," telling reporters between meetings that "we are seeing tremendous investment and today has been a very exciting day, a very great day and great for our country."
While the president is expected to declare that the United States is open for business, the protectionist-leaning president's attendance at the annual gathering for free-trade-loving political and business elites has raised eyebrows. His decision to sign new tariffs boosting American manufacturers this week has prompted fresh concerns about his nationalist tendencies.
But Trump said there was nothing contradictory about his visit.
"When I decided to come to Davos, I didn't think in terms of elitist or globalist, I thought in terms of lots people that want to invest lots of money and they're all coming back to the United States," he said in an interview with CNBC.
"After I said that I was going, there were massive stories about 'the elite' and 'the globalists' and the planes flying in and everything else. It's not about that," he added.
Trump also seemed eager to dispel concerns about his global leadership.
During a meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May, Trump insisted the U.S.-U.K. relationship isn't strained.
"We're on the same wavelength in I think every respect," Trump said, stressing that he and May have a "really great relationship, although some people don't necessarily believe that."
"We are very much joined at the hip when it comes to the military. We have the same ideas, the same ideals, and there's nothing that would happen to you that we won't be there to fight for you," he told May. "You know that."
Trump hosted May at the White House days after he took office. But he recently canceled a trip to London to celebrate the opening of the new U.S. Embassy. Trump and May also traded criticism last year over his retweets of a far-right group's anti-Muslim videos.
Britain is eager to strike a free-trade deal with the U.S. after it leaves the EU in 2019. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Thursday that U.S. is ready to negotiate an "attractive" trade deal with Britain once that happens.
The president is set to address the forum Friday.  He also hosted a dinner with European business leaders and will meet with other world leaders, including Rwandan President Paul Kagame, during his two-day stop.

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19. 'Shape of Water,' 'Big Little Lies' lead Golden Globes -

NEW YORK (AP) — Guillermo del Toro's Cold War-era fairytale "The Shape of Water" swam away with a leading seven nominations from the Golden Globes, while the HBO drama "Big Little Lies" led television nominees with six nods.

20. Top Middle Tennessee commercial transactions for October 2017 -

Top residential real estate sales, September 2017, for Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports. Due to technical issues, Davidson County sales are unavailable for September.

21. Trump eager for big meeting with Putin; some advisers wary -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is eager to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin with full diplomatic bells and whistles when the two are in Germany for a multinational summit next month. But the idea is exposing deep divisions within the administration on the best way to approach Moscow in the midst of an ongoing investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. elections.

22. House GOP on health care: For repeal, not replace -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Three years after campaigning on a vow to "repeal and replace" President Barack Obama's health care law, House Republicans have yet to advance an alternative for the system they have voted more than three dozen times to abolish in whole or in part.

23. Top residential sales for May 2012 -

Top residential sales for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford and Wilson counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Chandler Reports has been publishing Real Estate Market Data since 1968. That year, Chandler began collecting residential sales information for the Chandler Residential Report, considered the authoritative source for residential real estate sales information. Over the next three decades, the publications have been continually refined, enhanced and expanded, growing to include lot sales data, new residential construction and absorption information, and commercial sales. In 1987, Chandler Reports began one of the first on–line real estate market data services in the country, and is a nationally recognized leader in the industry. In 2004, Chandler Reports was purchased by The Daily News Publishing Co. In 2007, Chandler introduced RegionPlus, including property research for Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Visit online at chandlerreports.com.

24. Top commercial real estate transactions for January 2012 -

Top commercial sales for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford and Wilson counties as compiled by Chandler Reports.

Davidson County

Address Zip $amt Date Buyer Seller
2808 Biloxi Ave 37204 $4,700,000 1/31 Melrose Partners LLC Melrose Biloxi Partners LLC
5260 Hickory Hollow Pkwy 37013 $3,250,000 1/16 Metropolitan Government Of Nashville 1.Hickory Hollow, 2.CBL Holdings I
2620 Music Valley Dr 37214 $2,450,000 1/24 National Retail Properties LP 2.LHM&M Inc
511 Chesterfield Ave 37212 $2,245,000 1/26 1.511 Chesterfie, 2.Five One One C 1.Chesterfield L, 2.Place Collegia
0 River Road Pike 37209 $1,500,000 1/30 1.Chapman, Willi, 2.Jeremiah Faith 1.Ironwood Partn
424 6th Ave S 37203 $1,420,000 1/6 KVB Music City LLC 1.Riley, Mary An, 2.Dale, Joseph T
5109 Moss Rd 37221 $1,398,460 1/31 HSMTN/The Lodge At Natchez Trace LLC Lodge At Natchez Trace LLC
1118 Dickerson Pike 37207 $1,284,884 1/4 Collier Family Partnership #1 Turner, Montgomery G Sr
45 Music Sq W 37203 $1,000,000 1/17 Whitehardt Properties LLC Britt, Elizabeth L
134 2Nd Ave S 37201 $900,000 1/5 Belle Meade Investments LLC 1.Caldwell, Benj, 2.Caldwell, Gert
0 River Road Pike 37209 $750,000 1/26 1.Chapman, Willi, 2.Faith Jeremiah 1.Bolen, Penny N
112 George L Davis Blvd 37203 $605,000 1/30 1.Simms, Matthew, 2.Simms, Allison Cole, Beverly Jane
4770 Lebanon Pike 37076 $550,000 1/13 Jb Management LLC 1.Binkley, Odell
613 S 14th St 37206 $505,000 1/31 Residential Associates LLC 1.Bullington, Ch, 2.Bullington Rev
620 21St Ave N 37203 $450,000 1/18 Kimbro Equities I CRJ 8th Avenue Property LLC
1820 Ordway Pl 37206 $414,669 1/31 Bullington, Heather C Woodland Street Partners LLC
412 Old Hickory Blvd 37115 $380,000 1/27 Hale, J Gregory 1.Johnson, Jeani, 2.Smith, Ronald
1706 Rosewood Ave 37212 $375,000 1/12 Cornerstone Investments Inc 1.Turner, David, 2.Turner, Nancy
8176 Middlewick Ln 37135 $339,500 1/31 1.Bashore, Sherr, 2.Ledoux, Joseph Drees Premier Homes Inc
4041 Nolensville Pike 37211 $330,000 1/19 Mcdonalds Real Estate Co 1.Wallace, Steve, 2.Wallace, James
241 4th Ave N 37115 $285,000 1/3 1.401 Union Hote, 2.Four Zero One 1.Battle, Rebecc
1201 2Nd Ave N 37208 $275,000 1/20 Bg Investments Gp 1.Levy, Rowena, 2.Gryll, Steven
8325 Elmcroft Ct 37135 $267,628 1/31 1.Rice, Aaron, 2.Rice, Sarah Regent Homes LLC
12th Ave S 37204 $259,000 1/17 Omalley, Kevin Brendan 1.12th & Paris L, 2.Twelfth & Pari
830 Gale Ln 37204 $244,500 1/27 Everts, Raeanne Gale Park LLC
4016 Stewarts Ln 37218 $240,000 1/5 Burkeen, Sharon M Storm Reconstruction Services Inc
4505 Harding Pike 37205 $210,000 1/30 1.Chastain, Nanc, 2.Chastain, Step 1.Bull, Ann Duns
7076 Northridge Dr 37221 $209,750 1/31 Mcpeak, Troy A Rochford Realty & Construction Co Inc
4232 Longfellow Dr 37214 $197,000 1/27 1.McGuire, Betha, 2.Smith, Garen M Celebration Homes LLC
1652 Stonewater Dr 37076 $196,482 1/27 1.Nair, Latha, 2.Nair, Sivakant Beazer Homes Corp
5115 Centennial Blvd 37209 $190,000 1/11 Jones, Elizabeth 1.Greer, Wayne A, 2.Greer, Maxie L
900 Lakemont Ct 37220 $175,000 1/30 1.Hoagey, David, 2.Hoagey, Janice Rivkin, David B
3730 Whitland Ave 37205 $175,000 1/3 1.Coleman, Micah, 2.Coleman, Erin 1.Sherith Israel
1311 Crown Point Pl 37211 $173,931 1/27 Hill, Laura M 1.Centex Homes, 2.Centex Real Es
220 Foxley Ct 37206 $165,000 1/9 Drees Premier Homes Inc Nw Burkitt LLC
2617 Jordan Ridge Dr 37218 $152,000 1/25 1.NVR Inc, 2.Fox Ridge Home 1.Tenn Contracto
3759 Homeland Dr 37218 $151,000 1/11 McDonald, Brandon 1.Wall, Joe L, 2.Wall, Deborah
9200 Thomason Trl 37013 $150,000 1/27 Padilla, Concepcion Mike Ole South Properties Inc
1861 Cottage Grove Way 37013 $147,000 1/31 1.Aziz, Nagy, 2.Basile, Mary 1.NVR Inc
924 N 6th St 37207 $145,000 1/30 Vasquez, Alyssa 1.McClain, Ernes, 2.Grant, Michael
2106 Gladstone Ave 37211 $145,000 1/13 Ogden Land Co LLC Aerowing
1419 Riverbrook Dr 37076 $144,255 1/31 Ray, Brent T Beazer Homes Corp
3016 Whitland Crossing Dr 37214 $142,927 1/26 1.Shepherd, Char, 2.Shepherd, Jani 1.J2K Builders L
East Argyle Av 37203 $137,500 1/27 Denny, Kurt Crenshaw, Mary F
821 Birchmill Pt N 37013 $128,900 1/13 Aclis, David 1.Secretary Of V, 2.Bank Of Americ
4505 Harding Pike #51 W Pike W #51 37205 $120,000 1/23 Vives, Suzanne 1.Bird, Hannah G, 2.Bird Revocable
2205 A 14th Ave N 37208 $117,000 1/31 1.Guy, Peter, 2.Guy, Danette Cox, Edward J
2217 Smedley Ln 37013 $116,900 1/30 Hilson, Pearlie M 1.J2K Builders L, 2.Holloway, Lori
218 Shady Grove Rd 37214 $107,500 1/13 Mrmr Properties LLC 1.Oakley, Barry, 2.Oakley, Kelly
2138 Utopia Ave 37211 $100,000 1/20 Myers, Robert Baran, Henry T Sr

Williamson County

Address Zip $amt Date Buyer Seller
4454 Columbia Pk 37064 $4,356,901 1/17 Mars Petcare Us Inc Ingram H Preston
450 Cotton Ln 37069 $2,000,000 1/24 1.Cox David (Tr), 2.Family Trust M 1.Durr Douglas B
1185 W Main St 37064 $1,550,000 1/4 Laser Therapy Products LLC 1.Spencer Julie, 2.Spencer Matthe
4224 Two Rivers Ln 37069 $825,000 1/20 1.Conradie Krist, 2.Conradie Murra 1.Harrison John
4445 Columbia Pk 37064 $670,000 1/19 B&C Property Holdings LLC 1.Shayne Jonatha, 2.Tollgate Farm
831 Winding Stream Way 37027 $668,329 1/31 Pratt Sharon F Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC
301 Normand Ct 37064 $620,000 1/17 High Hopes Inc 1.Duncan Marty R, 2.Duncan Vickie
2011 Tabitha Drive 37064 $538,045 1/20 1.Hardison Aaron, 2.Hardison Rich Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC
4411 Franklin South Ct 37064 $500,000 1/3 1.Coggins Jon, 2.Coggins Pamela 1.Hudgens Frank
Wall Street - $500,000 1/24 OReilly Automotive Stores Inc Pinnacle National Bank
2103 Eucalyptus Way 37135 $499,013 1/31 1.Cooper Amy J, 2.Cooper David L Turnberry Homes LLC
7038 Wikle Rd W 37027 $485,000 1/30 1.Robinette Jeff, 2.Robinette Mich Norfolk Homes Of Nashville Inc
6062 Stags Leap Way 37064 $467,600 1/27 1.Pickett James, 2.Pickett Pamela Turnberry Homes LLC
2659 Sporting Hill Bridge Road 37179 $465,111 1/12 1.Pfluke Lena A, 2.Pfluke Ronald 1.Master 2007 2
129 Sedona Woods Trl 37135 $450,000 1/27 1.Birdsong Jill, 2.Birdsong Ronal Mutual SCC Investments LLC
Southall Rd 37064 $400,000 1/24 1.Legan Harry L, 2.Legan Robertan 1.Bradbury James
851 Windstone Blvd 37027 $400,000 1/16 Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC 1.WF Partners Ll, 2.Wynstone Falls
201 Althea Place 37064 $368,488 1/31 Moore Pinie Jones Company Of Tennessee LLC
291 Irvine Ln 37064 $352,000 1/31 1.Smith Adam J, 2.Smith Kerri L Shaw Enterprises LLC
3198 Appian Way 37174 $343,000 1/19 Maher John Builers Inc Tenn Contractors Inc
1058 Harvey Springs Dr 37174 $334,935 1/30 1.Filson Jeremy, 2.Filson Misty Beazer Homes Corp
345 Byron Way 37064 $321,943 1/31 Spivey Judith R Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC
1056 Harvey Springs Dr 37174 $310,780 1/30 1.Hasford Erika, 2.Hasford Jeremy Beazer Homes Corp
9255 Carrisbrook Ln 37027 $300,000 1/17 1.Whelan Lisa A, 2.Whelan Sean Legends Homes LLC
Old Smyrna Rd 37027 $300,000 1/3 Legend Homes LLC Wolf Chase Development LLC
6053 Christmas Dr 37135 $296,879 1/31 1.Petersen Joshu, 2.Petersen Kimbe Jones Company Of Tennessee LLC
6415 Edmondson Pike 37027 $295,000 1/13 1.Pechianu Evely, 2.Pechianu Grego 1.Apple Melanie
9512 Edenbrook Ct 37064 $262,500 1/18 Lot 8 LLC Liberty Properties LLC
Annandale Subdivision 37027 $253,900 1/3 Hidden Valley Homes LLC Wolf Chase Development LLC
8220 Glover Dr 37027 $187,500 1/30 Schumacher Keith 1.Adams James E, 2.Adams Mary Sus
1004 Becket Cir 37179 $185,500 1/19 Shaw Enterprises LLC Hood Development LLC
1650 Grassmere Rd 37064 $165,000 1/19 Carbine & Associates LLC Westhaven Partners LLC
481 Sterns Crossing Rd 37027 $160,000 1/11 Legend Homes LLC Stern Development Corporation
512 Pearre Springs Way 37064 $147,000 1/31 Carbine & Associates LLC Westhaven Partners LLC
516 Pearre Springs Way 37064 $147,000 1/31 Carbine & Associates LLC Westhaven Partners LLC
Eddy Lane 37064 $146,450 1/18 1.Kimmel Charlen, 2.Kimmel Steven 1.Blankenship Ed
9636 Portofino Dr 37027 $143,000 1/23 1.Tinney Brian R, 2.Tinney Callie 1.Jones Christop
6540 Bethesda Heights Ln 37064 $140,000 1/31 Hoagland Stacy 1.Potts Joseph L, 2.Potts Jospeh L
1516 Fleetwood Dr 37064 $140,000 1/19 Carbine & Associates LLC Westhaven Partners LLC
483 Sterns Crossing Rd 37027 $140,000 1/10 Celebration Homes LLC Stern Development Corporation
3131 Herbert Dr 37067 $130,000 1/13 Drees Premier Homes Inc Clovercroft LLC
In-A-Vale Dr 37027 $125,000 1/4 1.Hoesel Gayle, 2.Hoesel Mark Cates Helen M
9491 Wicklow Rd 37027 $125,000 1/16 Drees Premier Homes Inc Glen Ellen Partners LLC
411 Childe Harolds Ln 37027 $120,000 1/9 Norfolk Homes Of Nashville Inc Tenn Contractors Inc
710 Valhalla Ln 37027 $110,000 1/6 1.Dunbar Bradley, 2.Dunbar Traci Richland Holdings LLC
1419 Eliot Road 37064 $105,987 1/11 SLC Homebuilding LLC Westhaven Partners LLC
1421 Eliot Road 37064 $105,987 1/11 SLC Homebuilding LLC Westhaven Partners LLC
2005 Tabitha Drive 37064 $105,987 1/30 Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC Westhaven Partners LLC
9491 Wicklow Rd 37027 $105,000 1/13 Glen Ellen Partners LLC Pinnacle National Bank
816 Denby Ct 37064 $101,140 1/19 Norfolk Homes Of Nashville Inc Pewitt Jere D
6415 Peytonsville-Arno Rd 37046 $100,000 1/13 1.Williams Kenne, 2.Williams Steph 1.Poteete Charle

Wilson County

Address Zip $amt Date Buyer Seller
Cairo Rd 37066 $2,600,000 1/13 Hardy Wayne Trustee Branch Banking And Trust Company
10085 Lebanon Rd 37122 $1,904,400 1/17 Joy Church International 1.Barton Ginger, 2.Etheridge Geor
Cainsville Rd #1 37087 $850,000 1/6 Tomlin Tim Harris William Ray
1024 Murfreesboro Rd #1 A 37090 $723,156 1/13 Civic Bank & Trust 1.OM Milan LLC, 2.Smythe David M
Alligood Way 37090 $715,765 1/13 Civic Bank & Trust 1.OM Milan LLC, 2.Smythe David M
11991 Stewarts Ferry Pk 37090 $645,000 1/18 Ward Deborah L 1.Barker Donna L, 2.Barker Steven
120 N Mt Juliet Rd #2 37122 $604,000 1/20 Ashland Inc 1.Paddocks At Mt, 2.Paddocks Devel
900 Turner Rd #1 37184 $358,645 1/23 1.Wright Bradley, 2.Wright Jacquel 1.Porth Diana Ma, 2.Porth William
3860 Old Rome Pk #1 37087 $275,000 1/24 1.Harbison Eliza, 2.Harbison James Mevis Steven Eugene
316 N Cumberland St 37087 $230,000 1/30 Watkins Property Llp Fakes Ray T
308 E Main St #1 37087 $230,000 1/24 Liberty State Bank 1.Pugh Roy Nelso, 2.Walls Paula R
Benders Ferry Rd 37122 $155,842 1/17 Joy Church International Etheridge George Wayne
Barlow Lane 37085 $133,200 1/20 1.Stalnaker Desi, 2.Stalnaker Mich Johnson Jeffrey P
101 Rocky Rd 37087 $125,000 1/6 Bryson Matt C 1.Marks Barbara, 2.Marks William
Swindell Hollow Rd 37090 $112,000 1/24 1.Lannom Katrina, 2.Lannom Stephen Farm Credit Services Flca
1367 S Rutland Rd 37122 $111,100 1/6 Beazer Homes Corp Green Trails LLC
3106 Hidden Creek Dr #139 37122 $110,000 1/10 Celebration Homes LLC 1.Butler Scott M, 2.Tenn Tex Devel
Five Oaks Blvd #246 37087 $107,000 1/25 1.Frye Peggy, 2.Frye Robert A Price Marsha D

Rutherford County

Address Zip $amt Date Buyer Seller
552 Thompson Ln 37148 $15,475,000 1/3 Redus TN-All LLC Rama De Roble LLC
607 Broad St 37130 $2,962,500 1/20 LPG Bessemer Al LLC 1.LDB Tennessee
598 Sam Ridley Pky 37167 $1,550,000 1/17 Retail Partners Bread LLC Suiter Properties LLC
Fortress Blvd 37128 $1,541,310 1/24 Panther Murfreesboro/Integra Creek LLC 1.Puckett Creek, 2.Waite Charles
2904 Church St 37127 $1,450,000 1/30 Paris G P 1.Wallis William, 2.Nenr Murfreesb
150 Parsons Rd 37037 $375,000 1/31 1.Church Laotian, 2.Laotian New Vi 1.Church Presbyt, 2.Presbytery Of
8108 Richpine Dr 37129 $290,500 1/30 Cox Jared Harney Justin Construction LLC
1030 Springcreek Dr 37129 $238,000 1/30 1.Cantrell Case, 2.Cantrell Kathe Harrington Homes Inc
99 12441 Hwy 37153 $222,000 1/27 1.Hoffman Hilary, 2.Hoffman Thad Moffett Janice Lynn
3363 Shady Forest Dr 37128 $218,000 1/31 1.Cederstrand Ja, 2.Cederstrand To Southern Properties Of Tn Inc
230 Campfire Dr 37128 $206,355 1/31 1.Taylor Cynthia, 2.Taylor William 1.Centex Homes, 2.Centex Real Es
917-19-21 Bell St 37130 $190,000 1/23 Burkhart John W 1.Jones Elaine R, 2.Jones John Hod
Celebration 37130 $189,781 1/20 Mcelyea Phillip J Bancorpsouth Bank
McElroy Rd 37149 $169,000 1/19 1.Massengill Dys, 2.Massengill Hol 1.Montgomery Car, 2.Montgomery Jen
2412 Gauphin Ln 37167 $160,000 1/30 1.Riley Edward, 2.Riley Kathleen Regent Homes LLC
1103 Thompson Farms St 37085 $145,000 1/30 1.Grigsby Donova, 2.Grigsby Kathar Ward Evelyn W
Carlton Road 37037 $120,000 1/11 1.Zachary Richar, 2.Zachary Virgin Dayvolt Paula
1213 Hazelwood Dr 370167 $100,000 1/9 Wills David L 1.Cocke Harold T

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