In the past 3 years, the rise in popularity with not only tourism, but with people relocating to Music City has been incredible. Some say the ABC TV hit “Nashville” has brought a new hip, trendiness to town . I have seen people from Germany drive into the Bluebird Café parking lot (while I am waiting 2 hours to go in for a show) just to get a picture of the sign and entry. Such a great job has been done by the production company duplicating the Bluebird inside and out on a sound stage hidden away in Nashville that visitors don’t even know it’s not filmed there!
The new convention center is bringing in tremendous business …they can’t build hotels quick enough to accommodate all the conventions wanting to come to Nashville! Attendees may come here for a few days to visit and decide to stay forever!
And then let’s never forget the incredible music scene here that started with the honky tonks on Broadway and now truly welcomes all genres of music with Jack White, Kings of Leon and so many others calling Nashville home.
Nashville’s housing market has rebounded stronger than anywhere else in the nation in the aftermath of the recession, according to a new study.
Nashville’s median home price today is 11 percent higher than the peak values before the recession struck — a net growth that’s the best of the nation’s 100 largest metro areas. Rounding out the top-5: San Francisco, Honolulu, San Jose and Columbus, Ohio.
That analysis comes from the financial website SmartAsset.com, which crunched federal data and numbers from the National Association of Realtors.
To read the full article, go HERE.
The Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin, Tenn. market also placed seventh on REALTOR.COM‘s list of the 15 hottest selling markets in the country right now.