Realtors cite shutdown’s role in 2019’s slower start to Nashville home sales

Nashville-area home sales were down slightly to start the year, and the government may have played a role.

There were 2,274 home closings in January, according to the Greater Nashville Realtors, a 1 percent dip compared to a year ago.

“The government shutdown impacted closings in January to some degree, but overall, 2019 is off to a great start,” Greater Nashville Realtors President Andrew Terrell said in a news release. The 35-day partial government shutdown impacted some federal housing…

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