“Williamson County is our home, let us help you make it yours!”
So how is our team different? We have lived in Williamson County – specifically Franklin and Brentwood – for the past 20+ years of our lives. We have married and raised our families here and we know the area! When we sit down to talk about your real estate needs, you will quickly learn that we love this area, that we know all of the best neighborhoods in our area. We know this market and we will get the best price for your house – whether you are buying or selling.
We think that we hold the perfect combination of professionalism, experience and personality to make your buying and/or selling experience top notch.
When you work with our team, we make the commitment to work tirelessly to represent your interests – negotiating the best deal and answering any and all of your questions from the initial listing appointment to the final closing table. We promise to return all of your phone calls and emails promptly – giving you the attention you need. But we want to go above and beyond because we feel that these promises are the “industry standard.” We want to show you how we at Peerless will go above and beyond, making us an unrivaled, unequaled real estate team in Williamson County.
You will quickly come to learn that we are passionate about Williamson County, Tennessee. We started our real estate careers after raising our own families in the Franklin / Brentwood areas and and we want to help you find the same quality of life that we have both experienced in Williamson County for the past 20+ years.
Maybe you are new to the area and curious about what is so great about Williamson County, Tennessee. Let us share with you our top reasons we love Williamson County, Tennessee.
1. Charm, Sophistication and Quality of Life
Cool Springs, Brentwood, Downtown Franklin, Leiper’s Fork, Thompsons Station, Spring Hill, the Governor’s Club, Sullivan Farms, McKays Mill, Grassland, and more – each of these are brimming with unique charm, each holding their own identity. We can help you find the perfect fit for you and your family in to one of these great areas.
And it is not just our own feelings about these Williamson County communities, they have learned their own accolades:
- The Downtown Franklin Historic District was named as one of the Top 10 Great Neighborhoods by the American Preservation Association’s Great Places in America Program
- Brentwood, TN was named one of the Top Booming Suburbs in America – ranking number 7 (June 2013, Coldwell Banker)
- Best Cities for Jobs – #2 Nashville – Davidson County – Murfreesboro, TN – Franklin, TN (Forbes May 2013)
- Top 10: TN’s most business-friendly cities – Brentwood (2), Franklin (3), Spring HIll (5) (Beacon Research 2011)
- Visit Williamson Propsers.com to read more national rankings for the Williamson County, Tennessee area.
2. The best housing options.
New construction, historic homes, established neighborhoods – you name it, we likely have it here in Williamson County. WIth price ranges of approximately $175,000 to over $1 million and more, there is a home to meet your needs for you and your family.
3. The Williamson County Education System
Williamson County Schools have approximately 32,000 students in grades K-12. They have received national rankings for their performance scores and are ranked as one of the top school systems in the state of Tennessee.
In fact, the US News and World Report (April 2013) Ranked the following Williamson County Schools in their Best High Schools in the US
- Brentwood High School #4 in TN, #227 in the nation
- Ravenwood High School #5 in TN, #474 in the nation
- Page High School #15 in TN, #1,316 in the nation
- Independence High School #17 in TN, #1,476 in the nation
4. The Commerce and Job Availability
Williamson County is home to 13 of the largest 25 publicly traded companies in the Nashville Region such as Nissan North America, Community Health Systems, Tractor Supply Company, Verizon Wireless Tennessee and Mars Petcare. Visit Williamson Prospers.com for more facts on Williamson County.
In fact, in 2012 Beacon Center of Tennessee named Brentwood #1 as the most business friendly city in Tennessee with Franklin coming in second and Spring Hill coming in fifth. CNN Money in 2012 ranked Williamson County, TN as one of the top 10 places to live based on the job availability.
5. The Best Community Events
When you move to one of the top cities in the state, you have to expect a great amount of entertainment opportunities. As we have already mentioned, we love the charm of the various communities in our area. Not only are the people great, they can pull off a great event. Several of these events include:
- Main Street Festival (Downtown Franklin, April)Franklin Festival Photo
- Dickens of a Christmas (Downtown Franklin, December)
- Pumpkinfest (Downtown Franklin, October)
- Renaissance Festival (College Grove, May)
- Franklin Rodeo (May)
- Franklin Jazz Festival (The Factory at Franklin, September)
- Franklin on the Fourth (July)
- Bluegrass on the Harpeth Festival (Downtown Franklin, July)
- Williamson County Fair (August)
- Carnton Sunset Concert Series (Throughout the Summer months)
- Broken Wheel Festival (Nolensville, September)
- Fairview Nature Fest (September)
- Check out visitwilliamsoncounty.com for details on all of our area events!
6. The Williamson County Lifestyle
Williamson County consistently ranks below the national average for the cost of living. Maybe that is why it regularly attracts so many fantastic people (2011 population was 195,000). While we can brag on all the amenities of the area, you will have to experience for yourself the southern charm and hospitality of our area. Put on your tourist hat and visit the many local attractions like the Historic Carnton Plantation or the Carter House. Take an afternoon picnic to Arrington Vineyards and catch some local live music. Whether it’s a casual stroll along Main Street in Franklin or visiting one of the 35 parks in the area, we are certain you will come to love Williamson County just as much as we have.
7. Easy access to the metropolitan Nashville area
When you move to Williamson County, you will reap the benefits of the infrastructure of Middle Tennessee. Thanks to the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT), the interstate system in the area will give you access to the best job opportunities, entertainment options (We are called Music City, after all), colleges and universities, as well as the top notch Nashville International Airport.