Moving to Nashville?

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There are so many reasons people are flocking to Nashville to call it home. As a team of individuals who have all relocated to Nashville, we understand the needs of people transitioning to the area.

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Nashville's economy is booming.

Growth is high, and unemployment is low.

  • #15 "Best Places for Business and Careers" by Forbes
  • 2.7% average unemployment rate is almost 1% below the national average of 3.5%.
  • Nashville is a center for the tourism, health care, education, banking, music, transportation industries and more.

Nashville is still affordable.

If you’re looking to buy a home, money still goes further in Nashville than other U.S. metros of similar size.

  • The median home price in 2020 was $369,000.
  • The median household income is $66,630.
  • #15 "Best Places to Live" by U.S. News & World Report.
  • Tennessee is one of the few states that doesn't have a state income tax.

Music City is a foodie's town.

Nashville has a top-notch food scene, and you’ll likely find something to love.

  • #1 "Best City for BBQ" by Food + Leisure.
  • One of the "Best Cities for Food" by Rachel Ray.
  • #3 "Best Local Food Scene" by the USA Today "10Best Readers’ Choice Awards."

Diverse, beautiful and eclectic neighborhoods.

Nashville does not lack diversity when it comes to its neighborhoods. Each feels different than the last, so everyone can find their place to call "home."

A few favorite Nashville neighborhoods:

  • East Nashville
  • 12th South
  • The Gulch
  • Wedgewood-Houston
  • Germantown
  • The Nations

There’s always something fun going on.

Whether you’re strolling the streets of downtown or driving country roads, there’s always something to do.

  • Live music… is everywhere.
  • Running, hiking and biking trails are in close reach.
  • Over 1 million people visit Nashville parks annually.
  • Nashville is rich with music history, including the Country Music Hall of Fame, Johnny Cash Museum and more.

Why Is Nashville's Job Market So Strong?

According to the Nashville Chamber of Commerce, one key reason Nashville has become such a hotbed of job growth in America is a simple case of geography. Nashville...

  1. Is within a 650-mile radius of 50% of the U.S. population.

  2. Is within a one- or two-hour flight time of 65% of the U.S. population

  3. Has strong and affordable air service with 440 flights per day

  4. Is located at the intersection of 3 major interstates: I-40, I-24, I-65

Want to know more about Nashville?

Download the guide for more information on moving to Nashville. Learn more about Nashville's neighborhoods, schools, and housing market.

Download The Guide