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1. For-profit charter schools bill fails in House -

NASHVILLE (AP) - A proposal to allow charter schools in Tennessee to be operated by for-profit groups failed in its final committee vote Thursday before reaching the House floor for debate.

The Calendar and Rules Committee voted 10-7 against the bill after House Speaker Beth Harwell of Nashville raised what she called "grave reservations" about it.

2. Deadline dash: Health care sign-ups amid glitches -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A flood of last-minute applicants rushed to sign up for health insurance on Monday, deadline day for President Barack Obama's health care law, with more than 125,000 people at a time using the fragile system despite a new spate of intermittent ills.

3. From immigration to trade, inaction in Congress -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Little more than a week after Groundhog Day, the evidence is mounting that lawmakers have all but wrapped up their most consequential work of 2014, at least until the results of the fall elections are known.

4. Poll: Uninsured rate drops as health law rolls out -

WASHINGTON (AP) — It may just be the start of a new trend. The uninsured rate dropped modestly this month as expanded coverage rolled out under President Barack Obama's health care law, a major survey released Thursday has found.

5. Top Midstate residential real estate transactions for Dec. 2013 -

Top December 2013 residential real estate transactions for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

6. Avoiding health insurance gaps takes persistence -

CHICAGO (AP) — The deadline has passed, and so too the surprise grace period, for signing up for health insurance as part of the nation's health care law.

Now what?

For those who were able to navigate the glitch-prone and often overwhelmed HealthCare.gov website, there's still work to be done to make sure success online leads to actual coverage come the new year.

7. Budget bill moves toward final passage in Senate -

WASHINGTON (AP) — A bipartisan budget bill that would ease some but not all of painful budget cuts that would otherwise slam the Pentagon and domestic agencies passed a pivotal test in the Senate on Tuesday.

8. Ron White to host CMT's artist of year special -

NASHVILLE (AP) - Comedian Ron White will host CMT's celebration of 2013's top country music stars, making this year's show something of a boys club.

9. Obama health care woes become credibility fight -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Throughout President Barack Obama's first four years in office, he prided himself on his ability to bounce back when much of Washington thought his presidency was in peril.

But the political challenge posed by Obama's disastrous health care rollout is far greater than those he overcame during the nasty debt ceiling fight with Republicans, his stumbling campaign debate in 2012 or even the painful recession.

10. No safe bets for Obama despite toned-down agenda -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Regrouping after a feud with Congress stalled his agenda, President Barack Obama is laying down a three-item to-do list for Congress that seems meager when compared with the bold, progressive agenda he envisioned at the start of his second term.

11. Wealthy business executives eye political races -

CHICAGO (AP) — He has never been elected to anything, not even "student council in high school," as he boasts. He has little patience for schmoozing. In dealing with people, he admits to being "pretty blunt" - more suited to running a large private equity firm, which Bruce Rauner did successfully for 30 years, than seeking votes for governor, which he intends to do in Illinois next year.

12. Coverage may be unaffordable for low-wage workers -

WASHINGTON (AP) — It's called the Affordable Care Act, but President Barack Obama's health care law may turn out to be unaffordable for many low-wage workers, including employees at big chain restaurants, retail stores and hotels.

13. Top Midstate residential real estate transactions for May 2013 -

Top May 2013 residential real estate transactions 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.

14. US declassifies phone program details after uproar -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Moving to tamp down a public uproar spurred by the disclosure of two secret surveillance programs, the nation's top intelligence official is declassifying key details about one of the programs while insisting the efforts were legal, limited in scope and necessary to detect terrorist threats.

15. Obama to tap Pritzker, Froman for economic jobs -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Thursday will nominate longtime fundraiser and philanthropist Penny Pritzker to run the Commerce Department and economic adviser Micahel Froman as the next U.S. Trade Representative.

16. US immigration bill could slow Indian outsourcers -

MUMBAI, India (AP) — Low cost efficiency put India's outsourcing companies at the heart of global business and created a multibillion dollar industry that for years has skated over criticism it was eliminating white collar jobs in rich nations. Now, the industry's long-held fears of a backlash are being realized in its crucial U.S. market.

17. Echoes of TennCare feed state Medicaid misgivings -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Proponents of expanding Medicaid in Tennessee say the financial support from Washington is a deal too good to pass up — federal funding for 100 percent of the expansion costs for three years and at least a 90 percent match after that.

18. Lawmakers: Obama wooing might break budget logjam -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican lawmakers said Sunday they welcome President Barack Obama's courtship and suggested the fresh engagement between the White House and Congress might help yield solutions to the stubborn budget battle that puts Americans' jobs at risk.

19. Congress wants role as Obama pushes trade agenda -

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration has embarked on an aggressive trade agenda that could lower barriers and increase U.S. exports to many of the economic giants of Asia and Europe. To make that a reality, though, it may first have to negotiate future trade policy a little closer to home — with Congress.

20. Obama presses on with GOP charm offensive -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama pressed on with his Republican charm offensive Thursday, holding a White House lunch with House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan in an effort to soften the ground for potential talks on a long-term deficit reduction deal.

21. Efforts to avoid gov't shutdown move to Senate -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Efforts to stave off a late March government shutdown shifted to the Senate after House Republicans swiftly passed legislation to keep federal agencies running, while also easing some of the effects of $85 billion in budget cuts.

22. Preserving the Plowboy’s legacy -

The record label chief, real estate tycoon and grandson of one of the most beloved men in country music history leans back in the chair at the end of a maple dining room table, the stout centerpiece of a cramped and haunted room tucked behind a downtown Brentwood insurance agency.

23. Practically human: Can smart machines do your job? -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Art Liscano knows he's an endangered species in the job market: He's a meter reader in Fresno, Calif. For 26 years, he's driven from house to house, checking how much electricity Pacific Gas & Electric customers have used.

24. Stocks little changed on Wall Street; Apple slides -

NEW YORK (AP) — Apple held down the Standard & Poor's 500, pushing it further below the five-year high it reached last week, after the technology giant's stock sank following a report that demand for the iPhone 5 may be weaker than expected. The Dow Jones industrial average edged higher.

25. 2016 politics on display as Congress ends term -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Paul Ryan, the GOP's 2012 vice presidential candidate, voted for the "fiscal cliff" compromise that raised taxes on the wealthiest Americans. Republican Sens. Marco Rubio and Rand Paul voted against it. And Vice President Joe Biden helped broker the deal with GOP leaders in the Senate.

26. Nashville business group backing charter schools -

NASHVILLE (AP) — A Nashville business group has put a priority on advocating for charter schools.

According to The Tennessean (http://tnne.ws/ZDph4r), the Greater Nashville Chamber of Commerce said in its 2012 Education Report Card that the Metro Nashville Board of Education should put in place a comprehensive strategy for integrating charter schools into the district.

27. Holiday shoppers may see big discounts soon -

NEW YORK (AP) — If shoppers don't show up in stores soon, more 70 percent off sale signs will.

After a promising start to the holiday shopping season over the four-day Thanksgiving weekend, sales have slowed as worries about weak U.S. job growth and other concerns have caused Americans to spend less.

28. Prospects brighten for wine in Tennessee groceries -

NASHVILLE (AP) — The top two Republicans in the Tennessee General Assembly support allowing the sale of wine in supermarkets, and the influx of new GOP lawmakers is giving them the opportunity to reshape key committees where efforts to make that change have long been blocked by opponents.

29. Top residential real estate transactions for October 2012 -

October 2012 residential real estate transactions for Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Wilson and Sumner counties, as compiled by Chandler Reports.

30. Nashville climbs higher up the food chain -

When you visit a city, much of your impression is based on what you eat. While Chicago will always be known for their lowbrow-but-tasty hot dogs and deep-dish pizza, so too will Nashville always be associated with pulled-pork sandwiches and meat-and-three diners. And damn good ones, too.

31. WHY IT MATTERS: China's auto parts industry -

The issue: The U.S. government has challenged Chinese policies it says improperly subsidize exports of auto parts in violation of World Trade Organization free trade rules. The issue is politically sensitive at a time when Western governments are trying to boost exports, especially of higher-value industrial goods, to cut high unemployment. China is the world's biggest auto market but rapid sales growth is slowing, increasing pressure on Beijing to avert the loss of manufacturing jobs.

32. Penney's sales slide, but shares up -

NEW YORK (AP) — Six months after J.C. Penney Co. launched a bold new pricing plan, customers still aren't buying it.

The midprice department store chain reported a bigger-than-expected loss and plummeting sales during the second quarter, as its customers remain confused by the new pricing strategy that ditched hundreds of sales in favor of everyday lower prices. The bleak performance marks the second straight quarter of steep sales declines since the plan was introduced Feb. 1.

33. Top residential real estate transactions for June, 2012 -

June 2012 real estate transactions 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.

34. Top residential sales for April 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.

35. Top residential home sales for March 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.

36. Mommy Wars give way to Doggy Wars in Twitterverse -

NEW YORK (AP) — So let's get all the puns out of the way, shall we? It's the issue with legs — four of them. The doggone thing won't go away. Has the presidential race just gone to the dogs? Or are we simply in those dog days between the primary season and the start of the general election?

37. Top residential real estate transactions for February 2012 -

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

Davidson County

AddressZipDateBuyerSeller$Amt$SqFt
4415 Tyne 37215 2/8 1. Boos, Julie Tr, 2. Lady Luck Land J&L 2004 LLC $1,600,000 $223
1504 Cedar 37115 2/1 Sheer, Jason & Elizabe 1. Tyler, Josh, 2. Henderson-Tyle $1,515,000 $362
4225 Lindawood 37215 2/27 Glenn, Lori S & Ronald 1. Haley, Galen S, 2. Hr Properties $1,390,000 $488
4313 Wallace 37215 2/16 1. Lee, Jung Ho, 2. Kim, Soo Y Noah, William & Melody P $1,380,000 $213
708 Woodleigh 37215 2/22 McLaren, Jeffr & Carri Scruggs, Rober & Joyce $1,250,000 $246
701 Cantrell 37215 2/2 Metz, Martin K & Kelly Gr Dickey, Robert & Anne B $1,030,000 $174
1914 19th 37212 2/21 1. Jason Wayne Ow, 2. Owen Jason Way Catignani, Linus D $1,025,000 N.A.
716 Lynnwood 37205 2/8 Thompson, Eric & Jord 1. Peterson, Nanc, 2. Hearn, Nancy P $870,000 $180
3436 Hampton 37215 2/16 Averbuch, Jare & Mack 1. Witherow, Dona, 2. Drumwright, J $810,000 $179
504 Russell 37206 2/16 1. Goldberg, Max, 2. Ohlsson, Jenni Historical Concepts Inc $710,000 $198
1741 Hillmont Dr 37215 2/27 Bruce, Lisa B Argo, Lindsay C $697,500 N.A.
3702 Princeton 37205 2/22 Sauer, Edmund & Elizabe Milom, W Michael Trustee $667,000 $151
801 Timber 37215 2/17 Proctor, Jerry & Stacy Moench, Ernest & Doroth $649,000 $201
1010 Kirkwood 37204 2/16 Vanhook, Steve & Deann Dreaminc $632,078 $188
6416 Edinburgh 37221 2/23 Stephan, Scott & Laura Birkhead, Robe & Mary $600,000 $92
3537 Trimble 37215 2/22 Hale, Matthew & Emily Ca Cartus Corp $560,000 $132
3537 Trimble 37215 2/22 Cartus Corp Goldberg, Larry M $560,000 $132
4013 Colorado 37209 2/22 Mize, Lanny T & Stacie E Haynes, Christ & Meliss $560,000 $388
1009 Glendale 37204 2/21 1. Scaggs, Austin, 2. Pierce, Martha Rigid Development Inc $555,000 $510
111 Lasalle 37205 2/9 Galyon, Luther & Martha Fitzgerald, Jo & Al $555,000 $264
2000 Stokes 37215 2/16 Sechrist, Eric & Robe 1. Huffman, Russe, 2. Bartholomew, K $538,000 $213
1400 Villa 37212 2/16 Rolli, Alice G & Michael Johnson, Joan & Erik $536,000 $126
4319 Esteswood 37215 2/21 Baker, Richard & Constan Hayes, J Michael $526,500 $143
110 31st 37203 2/24 1. Halsell, John, 2. Morgan, Meliss West End Partners LLC $525,000 $240
135 Wentworth 37215 2/21 Hudler, Adrian & Carol Walton, Mary K & David $525,000 $155
130 A Kenner 37205 2/22 Hearn, William B Mathews, Ronal & Janis $487,000 $155
4004 Wayland 37215 2/22 Smothers, Gran & Jere Witherspoon, J & W $485,000 $161
931 Douglas 37204 2/9 King, Kelley & Ryan C Cornerstone Investment Inc $475,000 $296
7450 River Road 37209 2/8 Oosterhouse, Roland R Graham, Ralph & Deena $469,000 $102
5464 Brick Church 37072 2/3 Green, Bob & Lisa Nix, Edwin Lee & Ira M $465,000 $86
4900 Sewanee 37220 2/7 Brock, Lance B & Carolin Griffin, Mildr & Seth $463,000 $155
3621 Bowlingate 37215 2/22 Durham, Jessie Kelley Croom, Henrietta B $462,000 $191
2325 Abbott Martin 37215 2/2 1. Obrien, Nicoli, 2. Hoyt, Billie J Lomanno, Mark & Sally $460,000 $138
1007 Halcyon 37204 2/1 1. Williams, Holl, 2. Coleman, Chris King, Kelley M & Ryan $459,900 $255
914 Kirkwood Ave 37204 2/6 Miller, Philli & Shanno Cornerstone Investments Inc $458,000 N.A.
557 Summit Oaks 37221 2/23 Sherman, Jack J Jr Logan, William A $447,000 $127
1235 A Battlefield 37215 2/2 1. Freedman, Chad, 2. Oliver, Amber Igleheart, Walker B $445,000 $116
3501 General Hood 37204 2/2 Bursch, Donald & Susan 1. Burton, Daniel, 2. Lynn, Mark All $435,000 $231
919 Sutton Hill 37204 2/28 Thornton, Patr & Cand Beavers, James & Rache $435,000 $204
4207 Wyoming Ave 37209 2/9 Haynes, Edd & Diane 1. TN+E79 Coolyst Pro, 2. Tennessee Cool $426,000 N.A.
3617 Bowlingate 37215 2/1 Bonds, Sandra B Morgan, Pamela H $425,500 $157
1820 Ordway 37206 2/3 Bullington, Heather C Woodland Street Partners LLC $414,669 N.A.
421 Avoca 37203 2/7 Herring, Susannah J 1. Capital Bank N, 2. Greenbank $412,500 $141
3616 Doge 37204 2/1 Wormer, Bradle & Whitne Anchor Investments LLC $409,000 $78
4701 Idaho 37209 2/2 1. Rogers, Lisa K & 2. Archer, Mary E Ozier, John Ne & Linsay $403,000 $182
555 Church 37219 2/1 Marsh, Mary P Advani, Gurmit N $400,000 $286
328 Harpeth Ridge 37221 2/21 Nichols, Brand & Anri Gardner, Charl & Kimbe $399,999 $114
1809 Boscobel 37206 2/22 Hassett, Charl & Darle Garafola Properties LLC $399,900 N.A.
4609 Elkins 37209 2/3 1. Thomas, Sara A, 2. Quinn, J Steph Sutton, Barrett B Jr $399,900 $158
1706 Rosewood 37212 2/21 Baker, Michael & Wendy Cornerstone Investments Inc $393,134 N.A.
Williamson County            
16 Tradition 37027 2/27 Tisherman Fami & Jeff Fitzhugh Anna & Mark $1,480,000 N.A.
9292 Exton 37027 2/6 1. Aspen Jennifer, 2. Mason Paul Szczarkowska J & W $1,425,000 N.A.
100 Farrier 37064 2/8 Hippodrome Realty Inc Burchell Properties LLC $1,338,680 N.A.
4200 Two Rivers 37069 2/29 Seiters George Cork Stephen R $1,283,500 N.A.
141 2nd 37064 2/6 Laner Becky M & Jerry M George Eric W & Rachel $1,112,000 N.A.
2946 Spanntown 37014 2/29 Woodward Mary Lynn Hall Donald E & Rickie E $790,500 N.A.
511 Waxwood 37027 2/15 Wade Dennis F & Shelly M Overby Andrea & Charles $760,000 $127
9603 Brunswick 37027 2/14 Dukes Buddy R & Suzanne Manning Kelly & Mark A $740,000 $145
1709 Knightsbridge Park Close 37027 2/1 George Eric W & Rachel Smith Dana Ded & James T $737,500 $198
3271 Southall 37064 2/23 Grace Chapel Inc 1. Cattell Robert, 2. Roberts Freder $720,000 $215
1834 Kettering 37027 2/27 Dauphin Brian & Karen Wieland John Homes And Neighborhoods Inc $699,900 N.A.
9025 Chardonnay 37067 2/21 Mahoney Sean C & Sharon Turnberry Homes LLC $695,000 N.A.
1416 Bernard 37067 2/27 Hoffman Ruth A & Willia Jones Company Of Tennessee LLC $679,211 N.A.
6105 Pleasant Water 37027 2/28 Beakes James A & Katheri Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC $678,894 N.A.
1430 Westhaven 37064 2/23 Hendry Abbie G Stonegate Homes LLC $671,200 N.A.
831 Winding Stream 37027 2/1 Pratt Sharon F Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC $668,329 N.A.
4646 Peytonsville 37064 2/6 Achilles Dennis M Schmidt Dougla & Lori $650,000 $172
901 Evans 37064 2/14 Cordray Kather & Terry Gregg Alex Construction LLC $640,500 N.A.
103 Mealer 37067 2/29 Davis Michael & Tykisha Drees Premier Homes Inc $639,447 N.A.
6601 Goshawk 37014 2/6 Wilds Jennifer & Rodney J Peoples Bank $632,190 N.A.
1838 Charity 37027 2/17 Baron Amanda S & Christop Drees Premier Homes Inc $630,750 N.A.
506 Abbey 37027 2/29 Bauchiero Dani & Jess Boster Kenneth & Lori A $623,500 $182
2013 Tabitha 37064 2/23 Cattell Robert & Freder Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC $620,530 N.A.
9187 Fox Run 37027 2/23 McDugald Janet & Rober Coopwood Erica & Regin $615,000 $148
1086 Sunset 37027 2/21 Hauter Adel Ali Bostick Dessie, Jerry $610,000 $136
311 Canton Stone 37067 2/8 1. Henschel Steve, 2. Rauch Carol A Ackerman Lrr & Laura $610,000 $150
187 Acadia 37064 2/13 Garner Reggie Williams Kenne & Linda $600,000 N.A.
4104 Owen Watkins 37067 2/21 Golf Course Road Church Of Christ Young Kenneth & Marca S $590,000 $147
9071 Fallswood 37027 2/14 1. McMahon John, 2. Weston Roy Hooper Barry W & Kimberl $582,000 $147
2837 Polo Club 37221 2/24 Ammerman William Fox Kathleen A & Paul JI $575,000 $171
1735 Forsyth Park 37027 2/29 1. Baetens Gerda, 2. Fawaz Hussien Lemasters Mich $565,000 $149
1490 Marcasite 37027 2/1 Wallace Jill S & Philip Hudson Katheri & Richard $564,000 $132
775 Edmondson 37027 2/21 Sisemore Krist & Patri Powell Larry W $550,000 $146
1806 Sonoma 37027 2/24 1. Kabat Lizz, 2. Koenig William Turnberry Homes LLC $549,910 N.A.
2011 Tabitha 37064 2/3 Hardison Aaron & Rich Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC $538,045 N.A.
3123 Braintree 37069 2/14 1. Bauer Barbara, 2. Muuse Pieter Votteler Pamel & Rober $535,000 $146
716 Tyneside 37027 2/21 Samudrala Anit & Gout Pulte Home Corporation $532,500 N.A.
2011 Clifton Johnston 37135 2/3 Sylvester Cass & Mich Encore Construction Inc $520,000 N.A.
9317 Lake Shore 37027 2/28 Knoll Brent Ja & Lauryssa Jackson Maurgr & Raymon $500,000 $133
2103 Eucalyptus 37135 2/3 Cooper Amy J & David L Turnberry Homes LLC $499,013 N.A.
5052 Abington Ridge 37067 2/15 Bugter Jodi & John Koedel Family & Linda D $495,000 $113
716 Amberwood 37221 2/17 Derryberry Pat & Wil Smith Cynthia & Philip C $490,000 $144
9402 Weymouth 37027 2/9 1. Garcia Jimeno, 2. Herrara Silva Pulte Home Corporation $487,500 N.A.
5670 Carters Creek 37179 2/10 1. Driel Jeffrey, 2. Van Driel Jeff 1. Deutsche Bank, 2. Rali 2006QA4 $485,000 $142
7038 Wikle 37027 2/1 Robinette Jeff & Mich Norfolk Homes Of Nashville Inc $485,000 N.A.
1417 Eliot 37064 2/27 McGuire Barbar & Michae SLC Homebuilding LLC $483,403 N.A.
6408 Westbourne 37027 2/21 Glascock Henry & Laure Pyle Edwin S $480,000 $111
1171 Pin Oak 37027 2/23 George Marin & Mihaela Drees Premier Homes Inc $471,496 N.A.
115 Mealer 37067 2/21 Klimas Amy & Christo Drees Premier Homes Inc $469,438 N.A.
6062 Stags Leap 37064 2/1 Pickett James & Pamela Turnberry Homes LLC $467,600 N.A.
Rutherford County            
1410 Northwoods 37130 2/2 1. McAndrew Micha, 2. Tollet Cavender Phili & Melan $580,000 $154
1577 Rock Springs 37167 2/1 Gateway Prop Of Mid Tenn LLC Baucom Sandra & William $550,000 $401
604 Seawell 37167 2/23 Ambrose Candic & Jimmy 1. Maynard Robert, 2. Smith Cherie M $342,000 $112
310 Council Bluff 37127 2/8 Stefanski John & Kind Haskins Dena Sue $335,000 $84
2009 Jose 37130 2/27 Wright George & Patrici Black Michael & Shawnya $334,200 $95
222 Appleby 37167 2/1 Cash Karen B & Peter F 1. Miller Michell, 2. Wofford Daniel $305,000 $116
2218 Nunley 37153 2/13 Dunn Larry Kev & Melanie K Southern Venture Properties LLC $300,000 N.A.
1231 Stockwell 37128 2/21 Finch Kevin Drees Premier Homes Inc $297,755 N.A.
3127 Saint Johns 37129 2/21 Ross Jason Patrick Garvin Eloise M, Tr $297,000 $103
8108 Richpine 37129 2/1 Cox Jared Harney Justin Construction LLC $290,500 N.A.
3428 Allen Barrett 37129 2/7 Blackwell Lloy & Mich Knauss Kathryn & Ralph $281,600 $112
1004 Lily Ann 37086 2/28 Hollins Fayva & Tachak Michael's Homes LLC $273,900 N.A.
4122 Pretoria 37128 2/22 Kassebaum David Scott Skill Construction Company Inc $272,000 N.A.
111 Epps Wood 37129 2/13 1. Hadley Steve M, 2. McKnight Diana 1. Coleman Claris, 2. Foster Clariss $271,000 $135
814 Henry 37129 2/21 Baker Michael & Paula J Roper Owen B & Susan B $270,000 $101
9551 Lebanon 37129 2/3 Parks Courtney S Putnam 1st Mercantile Bank $270,000 $65
4919 Heroes 37129 2/21 Johnson Eric D & Kaison Michael's Homes LLC $267,000 N.A.
1002 Rosemont 37167 2/22 Hoover Julia E & Walter Pope David O $267,000 $87
1136 Timber Creek 37128 2/24 Compton Misty & Will Drees Premier Homes Inc $260,420 N.A.
1455 Winterberry 37130 2/21 Dunn Bradford Dwight Bass William $259,900 $96
1450 Twin Feather 37129 2/7 Hembree Jerry & Robbie McFarland Ashl & Mitc $259,000 $124
8047 Vineyard 37086 2/6 McElroy Jennie & Kyle S D & R Construction LLC $258,000 $71
1265 Ben Hill 37135 2/3 Hensley Genera & Kathle Majors Patricia Klyce $250,000 $77
6549 Dynasty 37128 2/28 Kellar Jenni B & John C Brothers Louis & Mary $249,900 $95
2635 Dora Elizabeth 37129 2/27 1. Huang Rongjin, 2. Jin Lifen Peavey Angelia & John B $245,000 $107
1515 Lovvorn 37037 2/21 Darling Jennif & Lawren Halbrooks Alis & Greg $245,000 $114
1122 Cascade Falls 37129 2/21 Roper Owen B & Susan B Kelly Robert $239,900 N.A.
1030 Springcreek 37129 2/1 Cantrell Case & Kathe Harrington Homes Inc $238,000 N.A.
548 Schroer 37128 2/27 Bancroft Debor & Steve Pinnacle National Bank $237,000 $81
3417 Salem Cove 37128 2/21 Cunningham Debra A Harwood Nathan Shimon $234,000 $84
623 Indian Park 37128 2/27 Boling Christopher Todd Construction Inc $232,000 $88
1601 Muirwood 37128 2/7 Russell Daniel & Robert 1. Fox Ridge Home, 2. Nvr Inc $231,133 N.A.
1017 Proud Eagle 37060 2/28 Martin Brandon Wells Fargo Bank Nat Assoc, Tr $230,002 $93
519 Liberty 37167 2/2 Cartwright Lin & Wil Fed Nat Mortgage Assoc $228,500 $84
130 Read 37153 2/10 Kennedy Kimberly L Lowrance Mark & Susan $227,000 $104
830 Banner 37129 2/1 Praskach Annal & Thoma Smith Grace K & Michael $222,000 $84
3045 Vicwood 37128 2/23 Prajapati Ankita A Wright Bill $220,000 $77
209 Montcalm 37129 2/7 Allen Kenneth J New South Developers LLC $219,900 N.A.
3021 Brookside 37128 2/28 Sheppard Chad Cowart Louis E, Jr $218,000 $94
3363 Shady Forest 37128 2/2 Cederstrand Ja & To Southern Properties Of Tn Inc $218,000 N.A.
411 Westwood 37167 2/13 Giles Katherin & Thomas S Warrick David & Lori R $217,000 $114
2307 Woodridge 37130 2/28 Ford Candilyn Crosby Blue Sky Construction Inc $213,500 $84
230 Campfire 37128 2/1 Taylor Cynthia & William 1. Centex Homes, 2. Centex Real Es $206,355 N.A.
2913 Haviland 37128 2/21 Harms Gladys & Joshua 1. Fox Ridge Home, 2. Nvr Inc $202,945 N.A.
2121 Stewart Creek 37129 2/10 Sweeney Tammy & Timoth 1. Bear Stearns A, 2. Morgan J P Cha $201,500 $79
733 Willow Cove 37128 2/28 Hensley Jody M Lammons Kevin M $201,000 $89
627 Tidesridge 37128 2/28 Harlston Torrei Tesean Flack Angelic & Nick L $200,000 $68
2925 Weston 37128 2/6 Swilley Jame L & John D Ole South Properties Inc $199,900 N.A.
3027 Argyle 37127 2/2 Adams Maxine J & Peter G Moyer Jo Ann P & Robert G $197,000 $92
4644 Smitty 37128 2/27 Ramirez Cesar & Martha Denton Ashli G & Carl T $195,000 $95
Wilson County            
526 Derby Downs 37087 2/2 Davis Adam & Julie B Lawrence Dean Stuart $596,000 $87
1209 Abernathy 37122 2/24 Jennings Gwynd & Jeffr Gill Byron M M $484,900 N.A.
1014 Bellwood 37122 2/2 Breeze David D & Lauren Watkins Candac & Timoth $455,000 $112
902 Harrisburg 37122 2/21 Lachenmyer Kat & Wil 1. Gill Byron M M, 2. Wright Farms L $439,900 N.A.
412 Eastwood 37122 2/14 Pittman Amy L & Michael Larry Powell B $416,150 N.A.
213 Hidden Harbour 37122 2/21 1. Cartus Financi, 2. Corn Brenda S 1. Datta Aparajit, 2. Laiben Patrick $379,000 $107
333 Windhaven Bay 37122 2/22 Wright Mary Be & Patrick Eastland Construction Inc $369,900 N.A.
10838 Central 37122 2/16 Pugliese Josep & Lesli Burkett Mark V & Patric $367,000 $157
104 Dexters 37122 2/9 Prudential Relocation Inc Visser Thomas & Valarie $344,000 $111
104 Dexters 37122 2/9 Stone Financing LLC Prudential Relocation Inc $344,000 $111
8160 Saundersville 37122 2/10 1. Allen Curtis, 2. Mukherji Bhask Martin Ronald Wayne Jr $342,500 $236
105 Waters Hill 37087 2/24 Harris Barbara & William Tim Tomlinson $334,900 N.A.
904 Fredricksburg 37122 2/7 Spurlock B Dwi & Linda Spurlock Aline $325,000 $145
104 Dexters 37122 2/27 Huziek Ivan W & Radka Stone Financing LLC $315,000 $102
1927 Churchill Downs 37087 2/22 Pruett Michael & Tobi K Fox James Ken & Judy F $315,000 N.A.
162 Seven Springs 37122 2/21 Dindo Chadwick & Jennifer Crumpton Alber & Linda $311,900 $83
Arbor Springs 37122 2/2 Gillaspey Anit & Will Drees Premier Homes Inc $309,900 N.A.
2004 Stonebrook 37122 2/24 Larkin Claire 1. Gill Byron M M, 2. Wright Farms L $307,900 N.A.
1007 Overhills 37138 2/23 Miller Jeffery & Susan R Mastin David R & Kathryn $305,000 $83
2022 Raven 37122 2/2 Gonzalez Jorge & Kathl Grunenwald Edw & Eil $294,000 $82
816 Tall Oak 37122 2/22 Green Wesley & Alliso Celebration Homes LLC $284,900 N.A.
1915 Bartons 37087 2/23 Tapley Carri C & Ryan F Johnson Eric D $284,000 $113
2005 New Market 37087 2/1 Bowen April C & Donald S 1. Dugdale Jonath, 2. Lester Kevin $275,000 $75
1164 Sydney Terrace 37122 2/28 Claprood John & Marga Prudential Relocation Inc $273,000 $69
1164 Sydney Terrace 37122 2/28 Prudential Relocation Inc Brockhaus John & Nata $273,000 $69
1112 Secretariat 37122 2/27 Wright Regina E 1. Robinson Chris, 2. Robinson Const $272,000 N.A.
2019 Stonebrook 37122 2/15 Lawrence Kelly & Willi Eastland Construction Inc $268,000 N.A.
603 Pemberton 37122 2/16 Fitchpatric Br & Mo Celebration Homes LLC $258,250 N.A.
903 Christina 37122 2/10 Ackerson Ronald James 1. Boyd Tara H, 2. Gibson Tara $258,000 $163
1719 Summerplace 37087 2/15 White Betty J Miller Debbie & Wayne $254,325 $76
321 Main 37087 2/16 Dugdale Jonathan G Hackett Daniel & Linda $250,000 N.A.
910 Highlands Ridge 37122 2/14 Williams Nancy & Rober Rivers Mark $250,000 $106
1104 Merriweather 37087 2/27 Hosford Michael W Jr Martin Ron Mem $246,500 N.A.
1004 Port Stewart 37122 2/15 Garrett David & Susan Gardner J Jona & Shelly $245,000 $82
20 Pershing 37087 2/13 Coleman Clarissa Charae Bodine Kimberl & Robert $243,900 $91
1107 Woodridge 37122 2/15 Moody James Tu & Shana Ou Ouverson Gary & Patri $240,000 $82
1205 Clearview 37122 2/17 Hudson Kenneth Johnston Eliza & Grego $235,000 $133
120 Village 37087 2/27 Kent Kevin & Lisa Phillips Builders LLC $234,900 N.A.
603 Oakwood Terrace 37122 2/24 Ozment Courtney Poston Martha & William $232,500 $120
88 Abbey 37090 2/2 Williamson Reb & Tho Williams Frank & Stace $231,500 $92
2006 Arden 37122 2/21 Layne Jason S Fed Home Loan Mort Corp $231,105 $61
3024 Clyde 37122 2/27 Elkins Janith Kaye Gage Joy & Justin $228,000 $89
501 Camden 37122 2/27 1. Bhagwan Divya, 2. Ravi Anur N Celebration Homes LLC $212,825 N.A.
108 Autumn 37087 2/28 Taylor Jerry T & Nancy L Eastland Construction Inc $209,900 N.A.
1009 Oakhall 37122 2/22 Nwachukwu Gera & Scho McVoy Neil & Rosanna $209,000 $69
2016 Cairns 37122 2/6 Berdine Amy & Robert Sec of HUD $209,000 $82
618 Cedar Grove 37087 2/6 Deutsche Bank Nat Trust Co Tr Clemons Heathe & Matthe $207,817 $77
1323 Old Lebanon Dirt 37122 2/21 Henderson Don R Cameron Elizab & Justin $206,500 N.A.
112 Lakeshore 37122 2/1 Holm Living Tr & Marlena A Cross Bobby Le & Cynthia $205,000 $113
324 Martha-Leeville 37090 2/17 Huddleston Angelia I Liddle Donna R, 2. Malone Donna R $200,000 $111

Williamson County

AddressZipDateBuyerSeller$Amt$SqFt
16 Tradition 37027 2/27 Tisherman Fami & Jeff Fitzhugh Anna & Mark $1,480,000 N.A.
9292 Exton 37027 2/6 1. Aspen Jennifer, 2. Mason Paul Szczarkowska J & W $1,425,000 N.A.
100 Farrier 37064 2/8 Hippodrome Realty Inc Burchell Properties LLC $1,338,680 N.A.
4200 Two Rivers 37069 2/29 Seiters George Cork Stephen R $1,283,500 N.A.
141 2nd 37064 2/6 Laner Becky M & Jerry M George Eric W & Rachel $1,112,000 N.A.
2946 Spanntown 37014 2/29 Woodward Mary Lynn Hall Donald E & Rickie E $790,500 N.A.
511 Waxwood 37027 2/15 Wade Dennis F & Shelly M Overby Andrea & Charles $760,000 $127
9603 Brunswick 37027 2/14 Dukes Buddy R & Suzanne Manning Kelly & Mark A $740,000 $145
1709 Knightsbridge Park Close 37027 2/1 George Eric W & Rachel Smith Dana Ded & James T $737,500 $198
3271 Southall 37064 2/23 Grace Chapel Inc 1. Cattell Robert, 2. Roberts Freder $720,000 $215
1834 Kettering 37027 2/27 Dauphin Brian & Karen Wieland John Homes And Neighborhoods Inc $699,900 N.A.
9025 Chardonnay 37067 2/21 Mahoney Sean C & Sharon Turnberry Homes LLC $695,000 N.A.
1416 Bernard 37067 2/27 Hoffman Ruth A & Willia Jones Company Of Tennessee LLC $679,211 N.A.
6105 Pleasant Water 37027 2/28 Beakes James A & Katheri Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC $678,894 N.A.
1430 Westhaven 37064 2/23 Hendry Abbie G Stonegate Homes LLC $671,200 N.A.
831 Winding Stream 37027 2/1 Pratt Sharon F Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC $668,329 N.A.
4646 Peytonsville 37064 2/6 Achilles Dennis M Schmidt Dougla & Lori $650,000 $172
901 Evans 37064 2/14 Cordray Kather & Terry Gregg Alex Construction LLC $640,500 N.A.
103 Mealer 37067 2/29 Davis Michael & Tykisha Drees Premier Homes Inc $639,447 N.A.
6601 Goshawk 37014 2/6 Wilds Jennifer & Rodney J Peoples Bank $632,190 N.A.
1838 Charity 37027 2/17 Baron Amanda S & Christop Drees Premier Homes Inc $630,750 N.A.
506 Abbey 37027 2/29 Bauchiero Dani & Jess Boster Kenneth & Lori A $623,500 $182
2013 Tabitha 37064 2/23 Cattell Robert & Freder Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC $620,530 N.A.
9187 Fox Run 37027 2/23 McDugald Janet & Rober Coopwood Erica & Regin $615,000 $148
1086 Sunset 37027 2/21 Hauter Adel Ali Bostick Dessie, Jerry $610,000 $136
311 Canton Stone 37067 2/8 1. Henschel Steve, 2. Rauch Carol A Ackerman Lrr & Laura $610,000 $150
187 Acadia 37064 2/13 Garner Reggie Williams Kenne & Linda $600,000 N.A.
4104 Owen Watkins 37067 2/21 Golf Course Road Church Of Christ Young Kenneth & Marca S $590,000 $147
9071 Fallswood 37027 2/14 1. McMahon John, 2. Weston Roy Hooper Barry W & Kimberl $582,000 $147
2837 Polo Club 37221 2/24 Ammerman William Fox Kathleen A & Paul JI $575,000 $171
1735 Forsyth Park 37027 2/29 1. Baetens Gerda, 2. Fawaz Hussien Lemasters Mich $565,000 $149
1490 Marcasite 37027 2/1 Wallace Jill S & Philip Hudson Katheri & Richard $564,000 $132
775 Edmondson 37027 2/21 Sisemore Krist & Patri Powell Larry W $550,000 $146
1806 Sonoma 37027 2/24 1. Kabat Lizz, 2. Koenig William Turnberry Homes LLC $549,910 N.A.
2011 Tabitha 37064 2/3 Hardison Aaron & Rich Ford Mike Custom Builders LLC $538,045 N.A.
3123 Braintree 37069 2/14 1. Bauer Barbara, 2. Muuse Pieter Votteler Pamel & Rober $535,000 $146
716 Tyneside 37027 2/21 Samudrala Anit & Gout Pulte Home Corporation $532,500 N.A.
2011 Clifton Johnston 37135 2/3 Sylvester Cass & Mich Encore Construction Inc $520,000 N.A.
9317 Lake Shore 37027 2/28 Knoll Brent Ja & Lauryssa Jackson Maurgr & Raymon $500,000 $133
2103 Eucalyptus 37135 2/3 Cooper Amy J & David L Turnberry Homes LLC $499,013 N.A.
5052 Abington Ridge 37067 2/15 Bugter Jodi & John Koedel Family & Linda D $495,000 $113
716 Amberwood 37221 2/17 Derryberry Pat & Wil Smith Cynthia & Philip C $490,000 $144
9402 Weymouth 37027 2/9 1. Garcia Jimeno, 2. Herrara Silva Pulte Home Corporation $487,500 N.A.
5670 Carters Creek 37179 2/10 1. Driel Jeffrey, 2. Van Driel Jeff 1. Deutsche Bank, 2. Rali 2006QA4 $485,000 $142
7038 Wikle 37027 2/1 Robinette Jeff & Mich Norfolk Homes Of Nashville Inc $485,000 N.A.
1417 Eliot 37064 2/27 McGuire Barbar & Michae SLC Homebuilding LLC $483,403 N.A.
6408 Westbourne 37027 2/21 Glascock Henry & Laure Pyle Edwin S $480,000 $111
1171 Pin Oak 37027 2/23 George Marin & Mihaela Drees Premier Homes Inc $471,496 N.A.
115 Mealer 37067 2/21 Klimas Amy & Christo Drees Premier Homes Inc $469,438 N.A.
6062 Stags Leap 37064 2/1 Pickett James & Pamela Turnberry Homes LLC $467,600 N.A.

Rutherford County

AddressZipDateBuyerSeller$Amt$SqFt
1410 Northwoods 37130 2/2 1. McAndrew Micha, 2. Tollet Cavender Phili & Melan $580,000 $154
1577 Rock Springs 37167 2/1 Gateway Prop Of Mid Tenn LLC Baucom Sandra & William $550,000 $401
604 Seawell 37167 2/23 Ambrose Candic & Jimmy 1. Maynard Robert, 2. Smith Cherie M $342,000 $112
310 Council Bluff 37127 2/8 Stefanski John & Kind Haskins Dena Sue $335,000 $84
2009 Jose 37130 2/27 Wright George & Patrici Black Michael & Shawnya $334,200 $95
222 Appleby 37167 2/1 Cash Karen B & Peter F 1. Miller Michell, 2. Wofford Daniel $305,000 $116
2218 Nunley 37153 2/13 Dunn Larry Kev & Melanie K Southern Venture Properties LLC $300,000 N.A.
1231 Stockwell 37128 2/21 Finch Kevin Drees Premier Homes Inc $297,755 N.A.
3127 Saint Johns 37129 2/21 Ross Jason Patrick Garvin Eloise M, Tr $297,000 $103
8108 Richpine 37129 2/1 Cox Jared Harney Justin Construction LLC $290,500 N.A.
3428 Allen Barrett 37129 2/7 Blackwell Lloy & Mich Knauss Kathryn & Ralph $281,600 $112
1004 Lily Ann 37086 2/28 Hollins Fayva & Tachak Michael's Homes LLC $273,900 N.A.
4122 Pretoria 37128 2/22 Kassebaum David Scott Skill Construction Company Inc $272,000 N.A.
111 Epps Wood 37129 2/13 1. Hadley Steve M, 2. McKnight Diana 1. Coleman Claris, 2. Foster Clariss $271,000 $135
814 Henry 37129 2/21 Baker Michael & Paula J Roper Owen B & Susan B $270,000 $101
9551 Lebanon 37129 2/3 Parks Courtney S Putnam 1st Mercantile Bank $270,000 $65
4919 Heroes 37129 2/21 Johnson Eric D & Kaison Michael's Homes LLC $267,000 N.A.
1002 Rosemont 37167 2/22 Hoover Julia E & Walter Pope David O $267,000 $87
1136 Timber Creek 37128 2/24 Compton Misty & Will Drees Premier Homes Inc $260,420 N.A.
1455 Winterberry 37130 2/21 Dunn Bradford Dwight Bass William $259,900 $96
1450 Twin Feather 37129 2/7 Hembree Jerry & Robbie McFarland Ashl & Mitc $259,000 $124
8047 Vineyard 37086 2/6 McElroy Jennie & Kyle S D & R Construction LLC $258,000 $71
1265 Ben Hill 37135 2/3 Hensley Genera & Kathle Majors Patricia Klyce $250,000 $77
6549 Dynasty 37128 2/28 Kellar Jenni B & John C Brothers Louis & Mary $249,900 $95
2635 Dora Elizabeth 37129 2/27 1. Huang Rongjin, 2. Jin Lifen Peavey Angelia & John B $245,000 $107
1515 Lovvorn 37037 2/21 Darling Jennif & Lawren Halbrooks Alis & Greg $245,000 $114
1122 Cascade Falls 37129 2/21 Roper Owen B & Susan B Kelly Robert $239,900 N.A.
1030 Springcreek 37129 2/1 Cantrell Case & Kathe Harrington Homes Inc $238,000 N.A.
548 Schroer 37128 2/27 Bancroft Debor & Steve Pinnacle National Bank $237,000 $81
3417 Salem Cove 37128 2/21 Cunningham Debra A Harwood Nathan Shimon $234,000 $84
623 Indian Park 37128 2/27 Boling Christopher Todd Construction Inc $232,000 $88
1601 Muirwood 37128 2/7 Russell Daniel & Robert 1. Fox Ridge Home, 2. Nvr Inc $231,133 N.A.
1017 Proud Eagle 37060 2/28 Martin Brandon Wells Fargo Bank Nat Assoc, Tr $230,002 $93
519 Liberty 37167 2/2 Cartwright Lin & Wil Fed Nat Mortgage Assoc $228,500 $84
130 Read 37153 2/10 Kennedy Kimberly L Lowrance Mark & Susan $227,000 $104
830 Banner 37129 2/1 Praskach Annal & Thoma Smith Grace K & Michael $222,000 $84
3045 Vicwood 37128 2/23 Prajapati Ankita A Wright Bill $220,000 $77
209 Montcalm 37129 2/7 Allen Kenneth J New South Developers LLC $219,900 N.A.
3021 Brookside 37128 2/28 Sheppard Chad Cowart Louis E, Jr $218,000 $94
3363 Shady Forest 37128 2/2 Cederstrand Ja & To Southern Properties Of Tn Inc $218,000 N.A.
411 Westwood 37167 2/13 Giles Katherin & Thomas S Warrick David & Lori R $217,000 $114
2307 Woodridge 37130 2/28 Ford Candilyn Crosby Blue Sky Construction Inc $213,500 $84
230 Campfire 37128 2/1 Taylor Cynthia & William 1. Centex Homes, 2. Centex Real Es $206,355 N.A.
2913 Haviland 37128 2/21 Harms Gladys & Joshua 1. Fox Ridge Home, 2. Nvr Inc $202,945 N.A.
2121 Stewart Creek 37129 2/10 Sweeney Tammy & Timoth 1. Bear Stearns A, 2. Morgan J P Cha $201,500 $79
733 Willow Cove 37128 2/28 Hensley Jody M Lammons Kevin M $201,000 $89
627 Tidesridge 37128 2/28 Harlston Torrei Tesean Flack Angelic & Nick L $200,000 $68
2925 Weston 37128 2/6 Swilley Jame L & John D Ole South Properties Inc $199,900 N.A.
3027 Argyle 37127 2/2 Adams Maxine J & Peter G Moyer Jo Ann P & Robert G $197,000 $92
4644 Smitty 37128 2/27 Ramirez Cesar & Martha Denton Ashli G & Carl T $195,000 $95

 Wilson County

AddressZipDateBuyerSeller$Amt$SqFt
526 Derby Downs 37087 2/2 Davis Adam & Julie B Lawrence Dean Stuart $596,000 $87
1209 Abernathy 37122 2/24 Jennings Gwynd & Jeffr Gill Byron M M $484,900 N.A.
1014 Bellwood 37122 2/2 Breeze David D & Lauren Watkins Candac & Timoth $455,000 $112
902 Harrisburg 37122 2/21 Lachenmyer Kat & Wil 1. Gill Byron M M, 2. Wright Farms L $439,900 N.A.
412 Eastwood 37122 2/14 Pittman Amy L & Michael Larry Powell B $416,150 N.A.
213 Hidden Harbour 37122 2/21 1. Cartus Financi, 2. Corn Brenda S 1. Datta Aparajit, 2. Laiben Patrick $379,000 $107
333 Windhaven Bay 37122 2/22 Wright Mary Be & Patrick Eastland Construction Inc $369,900 N.A.
10838 Central 37122 2/16 Pugliese Josep & Lesli Burkett Mark V & Patric $367,000 $157
104 Dexters 37122 2/9 Prudential Relocation Inc Visser Thomas & Valarie $344,000 $111
104 Dexters 37122 2/9 Stone Financing LLC Prudential Relocation Inc $344,000 $111
8160 Saundersville 37122 2/10 1. Allen Curtis, 2. Mukherji Bhask Martin Ronald Wayne Jr $342,500 $236
105 Waters Hill 37087 2/24 Harris Barbara & William Tim Tomlinson $334,900 N.A.
904 Fredricksburg 37122 2/7 Spurlock B Dwi & Linda Spurlock Aline $325,000 $145
104 Dexters 37122 2/27 Huziek Ivan W & Radka Stone Financing LLC $315,000 $102
1927 Churchill Downs 37087 2/22 Pruett Michael & Tobi K Fox James Ken & Judy F $315,000 N.A.
162 Seven Springs 37122 2/21 Dindo Chadwick & Jennifer Crumpton Alber & Linda $311,900 $83
Arbor Springs 37122 2/2 Gillaspey Anit & Will Drees Premier Homes Inc $309,900 N.A.
2004 Stonebrook 37122 2/24 Larkin Claire 1. Gill Byron M M, 2. Wright Farms L $307,900 N.A.
1007 Overhills 37138 2/23 Miller Jeffery & Susan R Mastin David R & Kathryn $305,000 $83
2022 Raven 37122 2/2 Gonzalez Jorge & Kathl Grunenwald Edw & Eil $294,000 $82
816 Tall Oak 37122 2/22 Green Wesley & Alliso Celebration Homes LLC $284,900 N.A.
1915 Bartons 37087 2/23 Tapley Carri C & Ryan F Johnson Eric D $284,000 $113
2005 New Market 37087 2/1 Bowen April C & Donald S 1. Dugdale Jonath, 2. Lester Kevin $275,000 $75
1164 Sydney Terrace 37122 2/28 Claprood John & Marga Prudential Relocation Inc $273,000 $69
1164 Sydney Terrace 37122 2/28 Prudential Relocation Inc Brockhaus John & Nata $273,000 $69
1112 Secretariat 37122 2/27 Wright Regina E 1. Robinson Chris, 2. Robinson Const $272,000 N.A.
2019 Stonebrook 37122 2/15 Lawrence Kelly & Willi Eastland Construction Inc $268,000 N.A.
603 Pemberton 37122 2/16 Fitchpatric Br & Mo Celebration Homes LLC $258,250 N.A.
903 Christina 37122 2/10 Ackerson Ronald James 1. Boyd Tara H, 2. Gibson Tara $258,000 $163
1719 Summerplace 37087 2/15 White Betty J Miller Debbie & Wayne $254,325 $76
321 Main 37087 2/16 Dugdale Jonathan G Hackett Daniel & Linda $250,000 N.A.
910 Highlands Ridge 37122 2/14 Williams Nancy & Rober Rivers Mark $250,000 $106
1104 Merriweather 37087 2/27 Hosford Michael W Jr Martin Ron Mem $246,500 N.A.
1004 Port Stewart 37122 2/15 Garrett David & Susan Gardner J Jona & Shelly $245,000 $82
20 Pershing 37087 2/13 Coleman Clarissa Charae Bodine Kimberl & Robert $243,900 $91
1107 Woodridge 37122 2/15 Moody James Tu & Shana Ou Ouverson Gary & Patri $240,000 $82
1205 Clearview 37122 2/17 Hudson Kenneth Johnston Eliza & Grego $235,000 $133
120 Village 37087 2/27 Kent Kevin & Lisa Phillips Builders LLC $234,900 N.A.
603 Oakwood Terrace 37122 2/24 Ozment Courtney Poston Martha & William $232,500 $120
88 Abbey 37090 2/2 Williamson Reb & Tho Williams Frank & Stace $231,500 $92
2006 Arden 37122 2/21 Layne Jason S Fed Home Loan Mort Corp $231,105 $61
3024 Clyde 37122 2/27 Elkins Janith Kaye Gage Joy & Justin $228,000 $89
501 Camden 37122 2/27 1. Bhagwan Divya, 2. Ravi Anur N Celebration Homes LLC $212,825 N.A.
108 Autumn 37087 2/28 Taylor Jerry T & Nancy L Eastland Construction Inc $209,900 N.A.
1009 Oakhall 37122 2/22 Nwachukwu Gera & Scho McVoy Neil & Rosanna $209,000 $69
2016 Cairns 37122 2/6 Berdine Amy & Robert Sec of HUD $209,000 $82
618 Cedar Grove 37087 2/6 Deutsche Bank Nat Trust Co Tr Clemons Heathe & Matthe $207,817 $77
1323 Old Lebanon Dirt 37122 2/21 Henderson Don R Cameron Elizab & Justin $206,500 N.A.
112 Lakeshore 37122 2/1 Holm Living Tr & Marlena A Cross Bobby Le & Cynthia $205,000 $113
324 Martha-Leeville 37090 2/17 Huddleston Angelia I Liddle Donna R, 2. Malone Donna R $200,000 $111

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.

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60. Obama picks fight on taxes, big or just symbolic -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is renewing an old fight with the business community by insisting that $400 billion in tax increases be part of a deficit-reduction package. His proposals have languished on Capitol Hill, repeatedly blocked by Republicans, often with help from Democrats.

61. Senate GOP blocks hearing on free trade bills -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate action on three stalled free trade agreements was cut short Thursday when Republicans refused to participate, objecting to linking the deals to renewal of a program that retrains workers hurt by foreign trade.

62. Confrontational Obama rebukes GOP on debt talks -

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a blistering rebuke of Republicans, President Barack Obama on Wednesday pressed lawmakers to accept tax increases as part of a deal to cut the nation's deficits and avoid a crippling government default. "Let's get it done," Obama challenged, chiding Congress for frequent absences from Washington.

63. White House promotes auto bailouts, cites paybacks -

WASHINGTON (AP) — Taxpayers will lose about $14 billion in the government's $80 billion bailout of Chrysler and GM, the White House said Wednesday, portraying the outcome as good news since the losses are far lower than originally anticipated.

64. NPR turmoil, resignation comes amid funding fight -

WASHINGTON (AP) — NPR will forge ahead in the fight for federal money despite six months of bad PR — and without its chief executive.

NPR's president and CEO resigned Wednesday to limit the damage from hidden camera footage of a fellow executive deriding the tea party movement as "seriously racist." Conservatives called the video proof that the network is biased and undeserving of federal funds.