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Nashville and the areas just south of the city (Brentwood, Franklin, and all the other spots that make up Williamson County) are some of the fastest growing communities in the nation and widely considered great places to live, work and play. Additionally, many businesses consider Middle Tennessee a great place to call home as well. CLICK HERE To Learn About Specific Neighborhoods and Areas



Nashville is a prospering city that offers a high quality of living in a low-cost environment. Aside from great music, it also offers, great dining, abundant outdoor recreation opportunities, world class shopping, and a great environment for families. The state of Tennessee has no personal income tax and the city of Nashville has a low overall tax burden.

Recently, Forbes ranked Nashville as the third best positioned city “to grow and prosper in the coming decade”, No. 6 on its list of the Best Places for Businesses and Careers and as the No. 4 “Brain Magnet” for gains in people with college educations.

In 2015, Nashville is in the No. 1 spot on Travel + Leisure’s America’s Friendliest Cities ranking.
Ranked as “the nation’s best music scene” by Rolling Stone
Successful and well-respected NFL and NHL franchises

World-class symphony has received 14 GRAMMY nominations and seven wins
Over 12,000 acres of parks and 12 golf courses

Nashville has live music of multiple genres being performed every night. With more than 180 recording studios, and 5,000 working musicians, Nashville is clearly “Music City.” Music is the reason that many people come to Nashville, but our two major sports teams, extensive park system, and endless arts and cultural opportunities offer people plenty of reasons to stay.

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Williamson County is located immediately south of Nashville, allowing residents to enjoy all that Music City has to offer. More than 200,000 residents call the area home. It is considered one of the most desirable suburban locations in Tennessee because of its high standard of living, recreational amenities, shopping, and top-rated schools. The county features a mix of modern subdivisions, historic homes, and gorgeous farms – and the county’s greatest assets just might be its rolling hills, open spaces, and unique “rural meets progressive” character.

Williamson County provides the best of both worlds. It is adjacent to Nashville’s Davidson County and interstates/major roadways provide quick access to downtown Nashville, to the Nashville Airport, to Nashville’s outstanding hospitals and medical facilities, and to the entire Nashville suburban area. WC also has a great mix shopping opportunities – from delightful one-of-a-kind family owned shops to one of the largest shopping malls in the mid-South – plus excellent public schools, parks, green spaces, and some unique and outstanding restaurants.

Williamson County is also the most affluent county in Tennessee and among the 30 wealthiest in the nation.

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