nashville real estateNashville Real Estate is one of the hottest markets in the country due to its central location, climate, and robust economy. Known by many nicknames, Music City USA, Athens of the South, Cashville, “Buckle” of the Bible Belt, and ironically Nashvegas, Nashville real estate has several professional sports teams, is headquarters to religious organizations, insurance, finance, and publishing companies, and is a major automotive manufacturer. Health care is Nashville’s largest industry.

At the “Crossroads”, (Interstate Highways: I-40, I-24, and I-65), Nashville has been since its founding a transportation and trading center. Forbes Magazine predicts Nashville will have one of the country’s highest job growth rates over the coming five years. Its low unemployment (about 3%), economic strength, and no state income tax helps keep the cost of living considerably lower than other cities of comparable size.

Fortune Magazine cites Nashville, a city of 600,000, as one of the 15 best U.S. areas for work and family. Property taxes consist of a county and, perhaps, a city component. The total rate is applied to the assessed value, which is 25 percent of the appraised value for residential Nashville real estate (40% for commercial real estate).

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