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Midstate real estate hitting right notes heading into ’18


Time will tell how these initiatives affect the real estate world, or if they have any effect at all. Andrew Kintz, executive vice-president of the music industry group at First Tennessee, says the music business is on the upswing. With the music industry ...


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Name: Street Address: FRONT PAGE NEWS Friday, Jan5, 2018Friday, Dec29, 2017Friday, Dec22, 2017Friday, Dec15, 2017Friday, Dec8, 2017 « Back | Forward » Go to date:   Search News:   PUBLIC RECORDS Friday, Jan5, 2018Thursday, Jan4, 2018Wednesday, Jan3, 2018Tuesday, Jan2, 2018Monday, Jan1, 2018 « Back | Forward » Go to date:   Search Records:   PUBLIC NOTICES Friday, Jan5, 2018Friday, Dec29, 2017Friday, Dec22, 2017Friday, Dec15, 2017Friday, Dec8, 2017 « Back | Forward » Go to date:   Search Notices:   MONEY & MARKETS Home > Article VOL41 | NO52 | Friday, December 29, 2017 Midstate real estate hitting right notes heading into ’18 Tweet Print | Front Page | Email this story To:   From:   Message: From (email):  Message:  Historically, real estate begins to slow about this time of year as the community falls into the festivity of the seasonsNot this yearA ghost of Nashville Christmas past would not recognize the place today; hence, I suppose, the necessity to have a different ghost for Christmas present and yet another for Christmases yet to comeIf we were to receive a visit from a ghost of Christmases yet to come, what would it show us? Would there be fewer cars, even with more people? Would they be autonomous, really? Would the crane still be the city’s bird? A five-year plan for real estate seems no more difficult than that of a bank with Brexit and Bitcoin or a manufacturer wondering if retail will fall altogether or even the media with social and digital racing through the establishmentOf course, Ronald Reagan’s quote: “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help,” could come into playIf the National Association of Realtors is accurate, there could be some blood letAlthough, the Association was relieved to see the property tax – even if it is capped at $10,000 – and the mortgage interest deduction with its $750,000 cap included in part of the tax billThe deductibility of some real estate expenses will change the way many Realtors market properties and their practicesTime will tell how these initiatives affect the real estate world, or if they have any effect at allAndrew Kintz, executive vice-president of the music industry group at First Tennessee, says the music business is on the upswingWith the music industry being part of the foundation of the local economy, Kintz offered some surprising and encouraging words saying the “music industry has great reason to hope,” noting a 10 percent increase in the sale of recorded music in 2016 and a similar increase expected for 2017This after the industry had been depressed from 2000 through 2015Additionally, Kintz cites “really strong growth in the live performance segment” of the business and predicts growth in the publishing or rights business with significant

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