Build the Right Home in the Right Place

The Memphis area has a lot to offer, no matter what you’re looking for. Each neighborhood offers unique benefits and charm.

Building your home in the neighborhood that fits your personality will help you enjoy every day in your new home.

East Memphis

Some of the city's most convenient residential neighborhoods are along the long winding lanes of Poplar Avenue, the main thoroughfare of the area.

Large colonials and ranch-style homes are common in East Memphis, many with beautiful landscaping. You won't find many large lots in this area, so many new developments feature grand and convenient zero-lot homes.

Poplar Avenue is also the commercial hub of the area. It's lined with several corporations, as well as upscale shopping and some of the best restaurants in the city.

The central location of East Memphis, coupled with its lovely, leafy neighborhoods, make this area an attractive option for many new residents.


Germantown rests in the eastern hills of Shelby Country. This quiet area is home to excellent public schools, large homes, and beautiful neighborhoods.

Poplar Avenue runs through Germantown, making it a great place to live for those to work in Memphis or like to take advantage of hot stops like Mud Island, the Memphis Zoo, Shelby Farms Park, and more. Plus, you're only 20 minutes from dining and activities in East Memphis, Midtown, and Downtown.

Germantown is one of the most popular suburbs for families looking for the pace of a small town while still being close to the fun of the city.


Nestled between Germantown and Olive Branch, Collierville features gentle rolling pastures and neighborhoods with estate-size lots. Many neighborhoods are close to forests and creeks, and you may find deer, waterfowl, and rabbits sharing your outdoor space.

Collierville offers the most space for new developments without sacrificing upscale amenities like shopping and fine dining.

Collierville has a quaint small-town atmosphere. The historic town square was even ranked by Parade Magazine as the "Best Main Street" in America.


Midtown is the vibrant and historic heart of Memphis. New businesses, restaurants, nightspots and galleries have opened, and vintage clothing stores, coffee houses, street festivals, and art galleries featuring local artists make this area eclectic and vibrant.

Thanks to newly improved landmarks like the Crosstown Concourse and the Overton Square entertainment district, this area is experiencing a renaissance of new construction and renovation.

Midtown is an ideal area if you’re looking for an exciting community that blends the best of old and new with a lot of Memphis soul.