Community Building Doesn’t Stop for the Coronavirus

A big part of community building is developing, growing and nurturing relationships. This is a challenge during COVID-19 when in-person meetings and gatherings have gone virtual or been postponed. Stepping up to help organizations you believe in is also part of...

Charting a Path for Health and Resiliency

Early this year, Mayor John Cooper appointed 48 Nashville community members to his Sustainability Advisory Committee to address climate change and alternative energy challenges for our city. I am honored to be one of those appointees. Our committee is co-chaired by...

Building Communities Resilient to Recession and COVID-19

During the Great Recession of 2008, Core Development shifted focus from building condominiums to cottage communities. The successful cottage series proved to be recession resilient, and these communities sold well. Today, the communities facilitate socializing while...

Nashville’s Housing Need Will Continue Post COVID-19

Market uncertainty is on the minds of many as we navigate these unique and unchartered times. Unlike the Great Recession that impacted Nashville’s real estate market in 2008, the coronavirus is different. A team of Goldman Sachs analysts recently told Barron’s...

Real Estate: Adapting During the Coronavirus

It is certainly an interesting time to be in the real estate business. The good news is that we are still in business and continue to help buyers and sellers with transactions. Though the coronavirus has caused schools and many businesses to close, real estate has...

Change is the Only Constant

One year ago, I sold the majority of my real estate company, Village, to a local group of business partners and seasoned agents. The legacy sale freed me up from day-to-day management, so I could refocus my energies on improving my one-mile radius. Rechanneling My...