Nashville Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: April, 2021

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April 2021

Found 3 blog entries for April 2021.

Moving to Spring Hill Relocation Guide

With perhaps one of the fastest-growing populations in the country, Spring Hill, Tennessee, is a community to watch. The city lies between Maury and Williamson counties, and the population of the city itself was approximately 43,769 in 2019, a remarkable growth from the 2010 population of 29,036. Only about 30 miles south of the world-famous Nashville community, Spring Hill is generally considered part of the metropolitan region. Therefore, it can be an excellent option for people who want quick access to the culture and food in Nashville without living within the city's borders.

Despite the city's tremendous growth, living in Spring Hill may not be for everyone, which is why it's essential to research each city before deciding to relocate.

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Best Shopping in Brentwood

Located in Williamson County, the Tennessee city of Brentwood has a population of approximately 43,215 residents. It is set along Interstate Highway 65, about 11 miles south of downtown Nashville, and is considered a Nashville suburb part of the Nashville metro area. Brentwood was incorporated in 1969, the same year the Interstate Highway was built through the community, bringing about a new surge of commercial and residential growth. Development continued as nearby Nashville expanded its economy. In 2016, a $270 million project was launched in the Cool Springs area, including retail development, lodging, and commercial growth.

Looking for the best shopping locations near Brentwood? The following six destinations can serve all of one's shopping

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Moving to Gallatin Relocation Guide

"True Grit. Amazing Grace." This is the motto of Gallatin, a thriving suburb just northeast of downtown Nashville. This fast-growing area is only 23 minutes away from a hustling and bustling city, providing access to jobs and other city amenities. However, residents can escape the loud noises and flashing lights when they arrive at their home in Gallatin. With a population of only 35,000+, this area retains a suburban charm with quick access to modern amenities. Cafes, restaurants, outdoor activities, and four seasons are just some of the best highlights that Gallatin has to offer its residents. Here are a few things you need to know before moving to Gallatin.

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