Mission Statement

"To have a foundation of constant growth and improvement so that we may empower our clients to achieve their real estate goals, all with the highest caliber of service and support."

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Terry McAlister

ph: 615-642-9350


Susanne Young

ph: 615 838-3492


125 Belle Forest Circle # 103
Nashville, TN.  37221
Office: 615-673-2998

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McAlister & Young Realty

Serving the greater Nashville area. Terry and Susanne have 32 years of combined real estate knowledge. These two hometown girls know and love Nashville, and they are willing and able to make Middle Tennessee your love too.


Southern Charmer




What, How, & Why We R Realtors

I Don’t Just Sell Houses
by Ramon Presson

Some might say, I just sell houses. I choose to see at it as something bigger, more significant than that. 
Because a home is where family lives. It is their safe place, their refuge. If the world is playing a competitive, aggressive game of tag, then home is base.

Home is the headquarters for a family’s experiences, memories, and the full range of emotions.

It’s where they celebrate birthdays and holidays, where they celebrate each other’s accomplishments, 
where they console a child after a losing a basketball game or losing a boyfriend, 
where they console a spouse after losing a job, where they console each other after losing a loved one.

A home is where newborn babies are brought. It is where parents take photos on the first day of school, where prom pictures and graduation pictures are taken. A home has a driveway with a car parked in it, being loaded with a college freshman’s belongings. A home is where hugs take place after the announcement of an engagement. It is where charming grandchildren can get away with anything.

In a small way, the world may be a better place because I helped a family find and buy their home.

And yes, I work weekends.
I miss precious time with my spouse and children
I go in early and stay late at night to meet buyers
I drive them all around town many times to look at new listings
I walk them from house to house in blazing heat or in the freezing cold
I step in mud and remove nails from my shoes to show them their lot
I referee their arguments over every petty things
I entertain their children while they ran around my office
I happily walk their family members through the home…for the fifth time.

But if families are the foundation of a community, then I do not just “sell houses”. I help plant families in fertile soil in which they live and grow and influence their community and their world. 
I get to play a small part in that. And for that I am grateful. So I think I’ll show up again tomorrow.

Because there’s a family that’s moving to our city soon, and they’re going to need to find a new home in a new neighborhood, start new jobs, make new friends, get enrolled in new schools, find a new soccer league, find new doctors, babysitters, and hairstylists. They’ll need to find a new bank and a new church. Find new favorite places to hang out. Find new fun things to do. In summary, they need to make a new life. And they could use my help.


The Realtor's Hymn

Mansions Over the Hilltop

I'm satisfied w/just a cottage below, A little silver & a little gold; But in that city where the ransomed will shine, I want a gold one that's silvr lined.  Tho often tempted tormented and tested & like the prophet my pillow a stone; & tho I find here no permanent dwelling, I know He'll give me a mansion my own.  Don't think me poor or deserted or lonely, I'm not discouraged, I'm heaven bound;  I'm just a pilgrim in search of a city, I want a mansion, a robe & a crown.  I've got a mansion just over the hilltop, In that birght land where we'll never grow old; & some day yonder we will never more wander But walk the streets that are purest gold