Nashville, Tennessee

The capital of Tennessee, Nashville is the fourth largest metropolitan area in the Southeast.  Nashville is situated along the Cumberland River at the base of the Cumberland Plateau.   The topography is hilly ranging from 385 feet to 1160 feet above sea level.

With a population of 620,000 and growing, Nashville constantly attracts considerable domestic and international in-migration.  Top origins of in-migration include Atlanta and Los Angeles. Nashville’s top industries include healthcare, banking, education, and, of course, music.

The economy is healthy with an unemployment  and cost of living rate well below the national average.  A stable housing market has also contributed to the overall economic stability.

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Nashville’s neighborhoods are as diverse and unique as the city itself.   Each made of their own experiences, history, character, and architecture.

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Nashville Real Estate Trends

Mid Year 2015 Year-Over-Year 5 Years Prior 10 Years Prior
Closings 4743 13%  3109 5068
Average Sales Price $294,000 10% $199,000 $197,000
Median Sales Price $225,000 12% $153,000 $150,000
Average Price/ Square Foot $141 9% $104 $102
Median Price/ Square Foot $118 11% $89 $87

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Nashville Neighborhood Events

From Farmer’s Market to Neighborhood Concerts there is never lack of something to do in Nashville.

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Nashville In the News

In recent years Nashville has been getting tons of media attention!  See what other people are saying about Nashville.

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