Client in the News: Meg Epstein, Founder of CA South Development, Explores the Importance of Convenience and Quality of Life when Relocating to Secondary Cities

Client in the News: Meg Epstein, Founder of CA South Development, Explores the Importance of Convenience and Quality of Life when Relocating to Secondary Cities

Lower Expenses and Access to Culture and the Arts Vital in Nashville’s Growth

JoTo PR client, CA South Development, was featured in an article in The Washington Post titled, The new boomtowns: Why more people are relocating to ‘secondary’ cities.

Nashville, Sacramento, Atlanta, Phoenix, Austin and Dallas are among the top-10 cities with the largest influx of new residents, according to new data from the Redfin real estate brokerage. The migration also is driven by the Republicans’ tax overhaul, which, among other provisions, capped the state and local tax deduction to $10,000. This particularly impacts states with high property taxes, such as California, Illinois, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Texas.

When Meg Epstein moved from Southern California to Nashville because of her husband’s job, she said she expected to find friendly Southern-style hospitality. She didn’t expect to fall in love with the culturally rich city, which, she said, is much easier to enjoy than Los Angeles. “I spend so much less time in the car and in traffic. Valet parking is free, and I don’t need reservations to go out to great restaurants,” said Epstein, founder of California South Development, which builds condos in Nashville and other cities. “Nashville is known for its music scene, but a lot of people don’t realize it has a great symphony and access to all kinds of arts and culture.”

Founded by Meg Epstein in 2014 and currently based in Nashville, CA South is a boutique real estate development firm on a mission to expand and enhance urban revitalization. Epstein has over a decade of industry experience and a wide breadth of expertise in real estate development, fund management, project underwriting, investment, site acquisition and planning, construction management, project funding, entitlement and architectural supervision. She has overseen more than $250 million in real estate projects, from the construction of a 60,000-square-foot Bel-Air chateau to the renovation of Tammy Wynette’s legendary “First Lady Acres” estate to the development of Nashville’s first waterfront condo tower. Epstein is a licensed real estate agent and a licensed Residential and Commercial General Contractor and is currently pursuing her Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation. To learn more about Meg Epstein and CA South, visit http://www.caSouthDevelopment.com.

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