We sat down with realtor Cindi Parmenter from Parmenter & Company Realty and discussed the rapid growth of the Williamson County Area. Cindi has lived in Middle Tennessee for about 34 years and started her firm in 2007. Being in the area for so long Cindi has a strong knowledge of how the housing market works here.
It seems that in the past decade the Williamson County community has exploded. Considered one of the most desirable suburban locations in the state, located just south of Nashville, Williamson is known for its high-performing schools, pristine recreational facilities, strong business climate, and wide range of restaurants and retail choices. You’ll find a mix of home options, from luxury apartments and condos to planned subdivisions, historic houses and farm properties. While Williamson continues to see growth daily, it only seems right to discuss this growth with an expert.
Mrs. Parmenter explained to us that she believes the main reason Williamson area has grown so much is because the quality of schools. It’s true, ranking websites like SchoolDigger have listed Williamson as the No. 1 school district in the state, and Niche.com gave the school district a perfect A-plus grade, based upon academic achievement. With more growth, creates new business, new jobs and new residents for years to come.
Brentwood, Franklin and Nolensville are numbers one, two, and three in the Niche.com ranking of 2018 Best Places to Live in Tennessee, based on data from the U.S. Census. Home sales in Nolensville and Brentwood are Mrs. Parmenter’s most active territory right now! Home prices seem to be rising in the area and with interest rates increasing, Mrs. Parmenter explained that the time to buy or sell a house is now. Buyers are snapping up many homes as soon as they are listed for sale. Typically, a house in Williamson County is sold in just 41 days. Condos tend to go in 25 days. The median countywide price of a single-family house in February was $479,446. The price of a condo was $292,871 according to the Williamson County Association of Realtors (WCAR).
Home sales and employment opportunities in the area don’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. According to Metro Planning Department, there is 100 people per day moving into the Middle Tennessee area, that’s including the birth rates. The signs of growth are everywhere, and in another 25 years the population in Williamson is expected to hit 400,000.
If you planning on moving to the Williamson County area or know anyone thinking of calling Middle Tennessee their new home, choose Parmenter & Company for your realtor needs. If you purchase a home with Parmenter & Company then they will pay for your TWO MEN AND TRUCK® moving costs up to $500!