Q&A: Bob Goodall on smart growth and Middle Tennessee’s new housing game

Bob Goodall has been building homes in Middle Tennessee since 1983. The Gallatin native is president of Goodall Homes, and he’s been a key player in transforming the region, building the rooftops that entice companies big and small to relocate. He sat down with the Business Journal to discuss the state of the housing market and where things might go now that higher interest rates have calmed the frenzied pace of the last few years.

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