The Blog of Brian Copeland

Getting Involved in Your Community

Nashville residents take tremendous pride in their neighborhoods. As my husband and I worked alongside residents of our Inglewood Neighborhood Association Saturday planting trees along Riverside...

5 Strategies For Real Estate Investors

As the Real Estate market continues to heat up throughout our region, inventory of move-in ready homes is very low. For investors considering the purchase and renovation of homes to help meet this...

Save the Roxy Theater!

Nashville and Beyond is proud to be a sponsor of Roxy Revival, taking place this Saturday, November 9th from 10am-10pm in East Nashville's McFerrin Park.

East Nashville: Where Do We Go Now? (Part 1)

First of Three In The Series:  Atlanta saw it in Midtown in the 90s with the busting of Virginia Highlands causing nearby neighborhoods like Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park, Candler Park, Cabbagetown...

East Nashville Price Points Set Records In 2013

If you haven't poked your head out of your hole over the past few years, you've likely missed the take-off of Nashville Eastside zip codes 37207, 37206 and 37216.  Historically, buyers over the...

Light the Night at LP Field

This is an amazing event I've participated in since 2005 and I wanted to share it for those interested in attending. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's annual Light the Night Walk takes place at...

Affordable New Construction Near Downtown

Neighboring East Nashville and minutes to Downtown is one of Nashville's best kept residential secrets, The Woods at Monticello. Nestled up on a hill with skyline views is a community of new homes...

Nashville Season Two: Keeping it Local

During the inaugural season of ABC's Nashville, we were continually impressed with how many accurate representations there were of our city. As the season ended and rumors spread of production being...