With a world-renowned music scene, professional and college sports, a collaborative and entrepreneurial business community, wonderful public and private schools, a multitude of outdoor activities and unique restaurants and shopping throughout the area, there’s something for everyone in the city the world has recognized as one of America’s best.

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Market Statistics

Get to know the local market

Home prices are on a steady rise in Nashville, reaching a median of $263,000 in the final quarter of 2018, a near 8 percent gain compared to the same time in the previous year. The average days on market remains steady, hovering just above or below two months. At 3.7 months of inventory, Nashville is the only balanced market among the HQ cities, as most are decidedly in favor of sellers. Given home prices and other factors, Nashville is by far the most affordable of any HQ location.

Take a more in-depth look at Nashville’s real estate market here.

Cost of Living

How Nashville stacks up

Nashville is the only HQ city that reports a cost of living that is less than the national average, at four percent. Transportation stacks up as equal to the nation, while housing and groceries are just below the average. Utilities and health care are the only two categories with double-digit dips: utilities fall 11 percent below the national average, while health care is nearly 20 percent below the average cost in the U.S.



Explore the city on foot

Nashville is the only HQ city that is considered “car-dependent,” however those that crave a walkable lifestyle need only to secure a residence within the Downtown core, East End or Historic Edgefield to easily navigate the world on two feet. Public transportation opportunities are slowly expanding in Nashville, as WeGo added 50 new buses and vans to its services last year and is in the process of updating routes, streamlining offerings, and implementing an electronic fare payment option.

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Local Guide

With hundreds of amazing local dining, outdoor and cultural options, learning a new city can be a big job. Here’s a few of our favorites to get you started


Nearly the mildest climate of them all.

On many counts, the climate in Nashville is a mild one. There is little snowfall, summer temperatures generally reach the high 80s, and residents and visitors alike enjoy 205 days of sunshine on average. Nashville is a wet one, however, with average rainfall that even beats Seattle, at 50 inches per year.


Finding Your Home

If you’re considering a move to Nashville, we’re here to help! Browse a variety of home options below or get in touch with an agent to discuss your real estate—and HQ—goals.

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Looking for that perfect single-family home? Browse a collection of stellar residences in Nashville.



If you want the convenience of a lock-and-leave lifestyle in an urban setting, be sure to check out these condos.



Take a look at the development homeownership opportunities currently available in the Nashville region.



Reach out to connect with an agent and explore properties in the Nashville area.

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