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  • The Best and Most Improved Housing Markets in America

    by Lindsay Chambers | Jul 13, 2016
    Nashville has the No. 1 metro housing market in the nation, according to a report published on livability.com. The ranking is based on Freddie Mac's Multi-Indicator Market Index, which includes the best and most improved housing markets across the U.S. Ranking No. 17 in the U.S., Tennessee’s housing market is the second-most improved in the survey.

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  • The Best Cities for Retirement

    by Lindsay Chambers | Jul 07, 2016
    Bankrate.com ranked the best and worst cities for retirement for more than 200 cities using the following criteria: cost of living; crime rate (violent and property crimes); walkability; health care quality; state and local tax burden; personal well-being for seniors; weather (temperature and precipitation); and the vitality of the local cultural scene. Franklin ranked No. 3 and Nashville came in sixth.

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  • Nashville Ranked Fifth-best City in America

    by Lindsay Chambers | Jul 06, 2016
    Nashville is rated the No. 5 city in the United States, according to the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2016 readers’ survey announced today and available now on travelandleisure.com/worlds-best. The new survey from Time Inc.’s Travel + Leisure reveals the top travel destinations and companies in the U.S. and around the globe, from cities and islands to cruise lines, airlines, hotels and more. Cities are rated on sights/landmarks, culture, ...
  • Top 10 Cities Americans Are Moving To

    by Lindsay Chambers | Jun 23, 2016
    As reported on Forbes.com, Nashville is one of the top 10 cities Americans are moving to. The study is based on data from Realtor.com plus U.S. Census Bureau information.

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  • Best States for Retirement

    by Lindsay Chambers | Jun 23, 2016
    Tennessee placed fourth in Kiplinger’s new report, "10 Best States for Retirement in 2016." According to their analysis, every major metro area in the state has lower-than-average living costs — especially for health care and taxes, which are particularly important to seniors. Overall cost of living in Tennessee is 2 percent below the national average.

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