Are you considering moving to Nashville? Whatever the reason that brings you to our city, we absolutely believe that you will be happy with your decision to relocate. Changing cities brings a new set of challenges, which is why we have created this “Moving to Nashville” guide to assist you with common questions. Relocating to a new city should be an exciting and fun time in your life and we hope to make your transition as smooth as possible.
Why Moving to Nashville Is A Great Choice
Nashville is best known for its booming music industry, but it has also become one of the best places in the country to raise a family or start a career. Because of this, more and more companies are starting to invest in our city. If you have any doubts about moving to Nashville, take a look at some of the accolades the city has received recently:
– Top 10 Best Cities to Work (Quantum Workplace)
– #1 in Job Growth: In 2012 Nashville experienced a larger percentage of job growth than any other city of over a million in population
– Named “America’s New Boomtown City” by AOL.com
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Nashville Relocation Information
This guide is intended to give you all the information you need when moving to Nashville. If you have more specific questions about the city or particular area, please feel free to connect with us here.
Quick Look At Nashville
|Median Household Income: $63,521|
|Median Home Price: $240,000|
|City sales and use tx: 9.25%|
|Closest Airport: 5 miles|
Neighborhoods To Consider in Nashville
Ok, so you’ve decided to purchase a home in Nashville. The next question you probably will have is, “where should I live?” We have compiled a list of what we feel are the best places to live in the city, with each neighborhood offering its own unique lifestyle.
Before moving to Nashville, check out our list here to see which neighborhood best fits your needs. Whether you are looking to live in the heart of Nashville or you prefer a quieter place in the suburbs, this is a great place to start in the home buying process.
Homes for Sale by School District
Are great schools a deciding factor of where you will live in Nashville? If so, we’ve made it easy for you to search homes for sale by school district, as well as the best rated schools in the area.
Moving to Nashville Resources
It’s not fun moving to a new city and having no clue where the great restaurants are or even who provides the utilities. The resources below ease that stress and help you start living in Nashville like a local.
|Water & Sewer||Electricity||Natural Gas||Waste|
|Public Schools||Private Schools||Religious Schools||Universities & Colleges|
|Vehicle Registration||Voter Registration||Driver’s License|
Ready to start home shopping? Check out 10 Things You Should Know Before Buying a Home in Nashville
Drive Times To Downtown Nashville
Is traffic bad in Nashville? Depends on who you talk to. People used to living in cities with horrible congestion like Atlanta or Los Angeles will probably tell you it’s smooth sailing here. The biggest determination is going be where you live. Here’s a breakdown of estimated traffic times from different areas around Nashville.
|Ashland City||32 minutes||38|
|Belle Meade||15 minutes||5|
|Forest Hills||16 minutes||11|
|Green Hills||15 minutes||5|
|Mt Juliet||22 minutes||19|
|Spring Hill||36 minutes||34|
|Thompson’s Station||34 minutes||31|
Many people move to Nashville because of the excellent weather. We experience a true 4 seasons, with none lasting so long that you grow tired of it. Below is a breakdown of temperature averages in Nashville by month.
Nashville Weather Averages