Nashville Is One Of the Best 100 Places To Live

It's very easy to make claims about how great a place your city is to live in but it's much harder to back that up with facts. In the case of Nashville this is no problem as it has been consistently voted in the Top 100 places to live in the United S

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Nashville Is One Of the Best 100 Places To Live

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Thursday, January 31st, 2013 at 9:29am.

It's very easy to make claims about how great a place your city is to live in but it's much harder to back that up with facts. In the case of Nashville this is no problem as it has been consistently voted in the Top 100 places to live in the United States for many reasons, some of which we're going to go through now.

Firstly the city has a thriving economy due to the fact that health care, car manufacturing and music provide hundreds of thousands of jobs for Nashville locals and pour tens of billions of dollars each year into the city's economy. This means that finding employment is rarely a problem and the low cost of living in Nashville is continually attracting major new companies to the city.

In terms of the cost of living Nashville has an awful lot to offer here and your dollar will simply go further when you're spending it in Music City. Property costs are always one of the first questions people ask about when they're considering moving to a new city and if we compare Nashville to Los Angeles renting an apartment here will cost up to 41% less than in LA. If you're more interested in buying a home in Nashville you'll be very happy to know that buying a home in Music City will cost up to a massive 71% less than Los Angeles for example.

The savings don't stop there however and you can expect your groceries to cost 25% less, you'll spend 30% less on train and bus tickets and some utilities can cost 69% less in Nashville.

Is there any other reason outside a thriving economy and a low cost of living for you to live in Nashville? There certainly is and it's the people of the city and their welcoming attitude that you'll find really refreshing. Nashville locals are so friendly that they're consistently rated as being some of the nicest people you could meet and Nashville itself has been voted as one of the top 5 friendliest cities in the world!

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

The #1 Real Estate Team in Tennessee and #4 RE/MAX team in the world!

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