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Williamson County, Tennessee

Williamson County, Tennessee is just a short drive south of Nashville and is well known for some of the most sought after neighborhoods. It is home to some of the most beautiful land and is mixed with fantastic shopping establishments.

Much of the area’s growth is attributed to high-performing schools, numerous restaurants, exclusive retail shops, recreational facilities, and of course it’s commitment to businesses.

One thing that makes this area so unique is the rich history, which has been intentionally well preserved. You will find many landmarks, historic homes, and monuments honoring the Civil War spread throughout Williamson County. Mixing the past with the present in a beautiful masterpiece is why many people desire to reside in towns like Franklin, Brentwood, Nolensville, Thompson’s Station, Spring Hill, and Fairview.

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Schools

Williamson County ranked #2 in Tennessee for best school district. (Niche Rankings. December 2015)

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Health

#1 Williamson County healthiest county in Tennessee. (University of Wisconsin, March 2013)

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Safety

Safest cities in Tennessee: #1 Brentwood, #3 Franklin, #5 Spring Hill (backgroundchecks.org, March 2016)

04.

Careers

#3 Franklin in Tennessee for Millennial Job Seekers (NerdWallet, May 2015)

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Meet Jason Hoover

Buying and selling your home is a major event that you don’t have to face alone. As I always say, “We’re in this together.” That’s because when I partner with you to buy or sell your home, I’m fully invested in making it happen and getting you the very best deal. My passion is to walk with you as you make this important transition and to make it a highly enjoyable time in your life.

I’m driven daily to journey with you through every step of the process and I would love to earn the opportunity to put my experience and passionate drive to work for you in this next stage of your life. Whether you are a first-time home buyer, buying your next house, looking for investment properties, or relocating for your career advancement, I’m the local real estate expert that can help you get top value in Williamson County, TN.

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My Specialities
First Time Buyer

As a first time home buyer you have many things to learn and I’m here to help make it educational and enjoyable.

Investment Properties

You’re interested in the ROI and Cashflow. As an investor myself, I know how to help you locate and capture deals.

Relocation Moves

Are you moving due to because of your career? If so, I can help make the transition smooth and painless.

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