Renee Max: The Best Reason to Live in Nashville

Renee Max, Lipman Group Sotheby's International Realty in Nashville, TN

Renee Max, The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty

Click here to see the Mayor of Nashville's Open Space Plan.

Click here to see the Mayor of Nashville’s Open Space Plan.

The best reason to live in Nashville is there are still wide-open spaces, very lush green hills and trees.

Most of all the cost of living in Nashville is amazing compared to other cities!

Click here to see the cost of living compared between Nashville and Miami.

Angela Wright: The Best Reason to Live in Nashville

Angela Wright of The Lipman Group Sotheby's International Realty

Angela Wright of The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty

The best reason to live in Nashville is…

You can be in an urban oasis one minute and within a short 15-minute drive, you can find yourself relaxing in the Tennessee countryside surrounded by rolling hills and abundant wildlife.

Nashville Skyline from the Parthenon by Anna Webb.

Nashville Skyline from the Parthenon by Anna Webb.

Gloria Houghland: Best Reasons to Live in Nashville

Gloria Hougland, The Lipman Group Sotheby's International Realty

Gloria Houghland, The Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty

I’ve lived in Nashville my whole life, so it is hard for me to think of a reason to NOT live in Nashville. :)

“Starry Night In Nashville” by Anna B. Webb www.heartofnashville.net

“Starry Night In Nashville”, by Anna B. Webb, www.heartofnashville.net

Nashville is one of the friendliest cities in America. 

It is so welcoming to everyone and has so much to do that you would immediately feel at home here.

Nashville is also an interesting mix of people and industries from the music world to healthcare to private universities to the seat of state government. It is easy to find your niche in Nashville.

Nashville: Top Ten Cities for College Grads

The folks at Livability.com looked at some of the best cities around the country, based on job opportunities, salaries, population age and of course, night life and cultural scenes. Their Top 10 Cities for College Graduates List includes Nashville (of course).

Nashville is on Livability.com's top ten list for best places for college grads to live.

Nashville is on Livability.com's top ten list for best places for college grads to live.

About Nashville

The draw for country crooners and record labels is obvious: Nashville’s got some serious music connections. But there’s far more to “Music City” than its famous saloons, honky tonks and neon signs.

Nashville offers plenty of opportunities to recent college grads, including jobs and fun. Led by a healthcare industry with more than 250 companies in the vicinity, Nashville also ranks high in sales and business/finance, and features an emerging technology scene.

Median resident age: 36
Married: 34%
Single: 66%
Median Household Income: $45,408
Median Rent for a two-bedroom apartment: $822
Urban Outfitters in Nashville, TN

Urban Outfitters in Nashville, TN

Median travel time to work: 18 minutes

Total Workforce: 393,419
White Collar jobs: 79%
Blue Collar jobs: 21%
Bachelor’s Degree: 25%
Masters Degree: 14%
Top Ten List of Best Places for College Grads to Live (read the entire article by clicking here):
  1. Lincoln, NE
  2. San Antonio, TX
  3. San Jose, CA
  4. Kansas City, KS
  5. Fort Worth, TX
  6. Charlotte, NC
  7. Knoxville, TN
  8. Tucson, AZ
  9. Provo, UT
  10. Nashville, TN
Wondering if the Lipman Group Sotheby’s International Realty will help a college grad buy a house or condo in metro Nashville? It would be our pleasure.  Check out our website and let us know how we can help you.