Nashville, TN Homes For Sale
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RE/MAX Fine Homes
Brentwood, TN 37027 | 615-438-4941 | Tennhomes@gmail.com | Register | Login
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The capital of Tennessee and the county seat of Davidson County, Nashville is located on the Cumberland River. The city has a total area of 527.9 square miles, of which 504.0 square miles is land and 23.9 square miles is water. The city is a center for the music, healthcare, publishing, banking and transportation industries.
Neighborhoods in Nashville include Antioch, Bellevue, Donelson, East Nashville, Germantown, Green Hills, The Gulch, Hermitage, Hillsboro Village, Inglewood, Joelton, Lakewood, Lockeland Springs, Madison, Old Hickory, Pasquo, Tusculum, and Whites Creek.
Nashville is known as a center of the country music industry, earning it the nickname "Music City U.S.A." The district in Nashville known as Music Row is also home to all the major record labels such as Sony and OmniSound Studios.
Many of Nashville’s popular tourist attractions involve country music, including: the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum , Belcourt Theatre, Ryman Auditorium,and the Grand Ole Opry House (9 miles east of downtown).
A plethora of music clubs and honky-tonk bars can be found in Nashville’s downtown area, particularly in Lower Broadway, Second Avenue, and Printer's Alley, South of Broadway’s honky tonks and neon lights is an area called SoBro where you'll find the Music City Center, hot new restaurants, attractions, cocktail bars, and trendy hotels.
Within mere city blocks, you can experience world-class art at Frist Center for Visual Arts, enjoy a great Broadway play at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (home of the Tennessee Repertory Theatre, the Nashville Opera, the Music City Drum and Bugle Corps, and the Nashville Ballet), and see world-class concerts and events at the Bridgestone Arena. The Tennessee Bicentennial Mall can be found North of Broadway.
Nashville has several professional sports teams, which include: the Tennessee Titans (Football), Nashville Predators (Hockey), Sounds (Baseball), and Nashville FC (Soccer). The city also hosts the Fairgrounds Speedway - a NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racetrack.
Nashville has a humid, subtropical climate with moderately cold winters and hot, humid summers. Nashville residents enjoy a longer spring and fall than the national average, which means that winter and summer months are rarely too extreme. The city gets 48 inches of rain per year and 10 inches of snow. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 119. On average, Nashville has 205 sunny days per year, with July highs around 90 degrees and January lows around 28 degrees.
The population of Nashville is approximately 629,113 with 1,324 people per square mile (population density). The median age is 33.9. 42.92% of people are married and 12.84% are divorced. The average household size is 2.37 people. 27.64% of people are married with children, and 21.72% have children and are single.
Nashville real estate is becoming a driving force for the city's economy - and Nashville currently ranks as one of the hottest housing markets in the nation. According to a report by Emerging Trends in Real Estate, Nashville also ranks among the nation’s top 10 cities for commercial real estate markets.
The median sale price for homes for sale in Nashville is $260,000. The median price per square foot is $178. The median age of Nashville TN real estate is 35 years. Renters make up 40.12% of the population, and 10% of houses and apartments are unoccupied (vacancy rate).
Whether you're interested in Nashville single-family homes, Nashville luxury homes, Nashville new construction homes, Nashville gated community homes, Nashville golf course homes, Nashville pool homes, Nashville condos, Nashville townhomes or Nashville lots & land, the city offers a vast array of housing and lifestyle options to choose from.
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The quality of a school district is often a top factor for parents considering where to live. Strong school systems attract new residents and help their cities prosper. Public schools in Nashville are served by Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools (MNPS).
The district is earning a national reputation for urban school reform as well as its commitment to social and emotional learning and academic achievement. Click here for a list of Nashville public school links that include: addresses, contact info, calendars, bus routes, school details, and more.
Colleges & Universities:
Nashville is often labeled the "Athens of the South," due to the many colleges in the city and in the surrounding metro area. The city is home to the following colleges and universities: American Baptist College, Aquinas College, Belmont University, Daymar College, Fisk University, John A. Gupton College, Lipscomb University, Meharry Medical College, Nossi College, Nashville School of Law, Nashville Auto Diesel College, Nashville State Community College, Tennessee State University, Trevecca Nazarene University, Vanderbilt University, Watkins College of Art, Design & Film and Welch College.
Colleges and universities within 40 miles of Nashville include Middle Tennessee State University, Cumberland University, Volunteer State Community College, Daymar College, O'More College of Design, Austin Peay State University, and Columbia State Community College.
Nashville’s largest industry is health care and is home to more than 300 health care companies, including Hospital Corporation of America (HCA). The health care industry contributes over $30 billion per year and over 200,000 jobs to the Nashville-area economy.
The second-largest music production center (after New York) in the U.S., Nashville’s music industry is estimated to contribute over $6.4 billion per year - as well as over 19,000 jobs to the Nashville-area. Other major industries in Nashville include automotive, insurance, finance, and publishing (especially religious).
Fortune 500 companies with offices in Nashville include Dell, HCA, Bridgestone, Community Health Systems, Nissan North America, Tractor Supply Company, UBS, and Dollar General.
Top employers in the city include Vanderbilt University and Medical Center, Metropolitan Nashville-Davidson County Government and Public Schools, State of Tennessee U.S. Government, Nissan North America, HCA, Saint Thomas Health, Randstad U.S., Shoney's, and Kroger.
Economic Overview: The unemployment rate in Nashville is 4.70% with job growth of 1.91%. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 39.10%. The income per capita is $28,513, which includes all adults and children. The median household income is $46,676. Nashville sales tax rate is 9.25%. Tennessee is one of only 6 states that have no personal state income tax.
Cost of Living: (Amount below 100 means Nashville is cheaper than the US average. A cost of living index above 100 means Nashville is more expensive). Nashville's overall cost of living 99/100; grocery 96 /100; health 91/100; housing 111/100; utilities 84/100; transportation 95/100; and misc. 95/100.
Nashville has several hospitals and medical Centers, which include: Baptist Hospital, Centennial Hospital, Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, Nashville General Hospital, Saint Thomas Hospital, Skyline Hospital, Southern Hills Medical Center, Summit Hospital, Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital, Vanderbilt Stallworth Rehabilitation Hospital, Vanderbilt University Hospital and Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
The average one-way commute in Nashville takes 23 minutes. 80% of commuters drive their own car alone, 1% carpool with others, 2% take mass transit, and 5% work from home.
The city has three major interstate highways (I-40, I-65 and I-24) that converge near the core area of downtown Nashville. Nashville is served by Nashville International Airport (BNA). The Metropolitan Transit Authority - provides public bus transit service within the city (Nashville MTA FAQs).
If you’re interested in buying a home in Nashville, we will be happy to assist you in finding the perfect home in the right neighborhood to suit your lifestyle preferences and needs.
If you're considering selling your Nashville home, we utilize the latest marketing tools (online and offline), to expose your Nashville real estate to the widest range of qualified buyers. We will aggressively market your home to sell as quickly as possible and for the best price!
Over 15 years experience helping Buyers and Sellers!!
"The Realtor Who Knows Construction"
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Our team of highly experienced Nashville real estate professionals provides exceptional, personalized service - and will work relentlessly to ensure that your home buying or selling experience is a positive and rewarding one.
We look forward to helping you achieve your Nashville real estate goals!
RE/MAX Fine Homes
1624 Westgate Circle Suite 125
Brentwood, Tn 37027
Cell: (Direct) 615.438.4941
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RE/MAX Fine Homes
1624 Westgate Circle Suite 125
Brentwood, TN 37027