Top 5 Reasons For Moving to Nashville



    weather in Nashville, TN

    1. Weather 

    Music City comes to life in April through August, when the warm weather brings all the fun of music festivals. Also a great time to catch fire flies. September, October and November brings us all of the beautiful fall weather and outdoor patio seeing. December is quite magical and brings us Christmas decorations at the Opryland Hotel and the Belle Meade Plantation. January and February brings all of the snow dustings and fun sledding on snow days. March gets us ready for the fun rain boot days where we have fun stopping through all of the water puddles.

    nashville festivals

    2. Excitement never ends

    There is always something happening in and around Nashville because our weather is so great! From Festivals to sports there is always something going on. We have the Tennessee Titans, Predators and the SEC’s Vanderbilt University. Not to mention all of the outdoor music concerts. The Ascend Theater is one of our newer venues and I have been there for concerts more than once. I love bringing a blanket and listening to great artists under the starts. Nashville also host the CMA’s ( Country Music Awards). We also have the Bridgstone Arena and the Ryman Auditorium.

    Screen Shot 2016-08-01 at 2.16.59 PM

    3. Rated # 1 in buisness growth ! Straight from Forbes

    When you think of Nashville most think of we are only the music city industry. What may surprise you is that health care is one of Nashville’s top industries; according to the Nashville Health Council, the city is known as the nation’s health care center. We of course do lead in the entertainment industry too but lets be honest, not all of us are looking to be in the industry but love to take part in fun concerts and festivals. Nashville is the largest publishing center in the Southeast and one of the top ten largest in the country.  Some of our biggest employers include – Vanderbilt University and Medical center, HCA, The Healthcare company, Saturn Corporation, Nissan Motors, Gaylor Entertainment, Shoney’s , Kroger, CBRL Group, Dell Computer Corporation and BellSouth.


    4. No State Income Tax – Instant raise!

    Tennessee is one of the 7 states that don’t have state income tax. The main benefit, proponents say, is that states with no income tax become a beacon for growth. That means we are better at creating jobs and keeping a core of young, educated workers from moving to other states.

    livability TN

    5.  The lowest cost of Livability – Rated at the top in Forbes

    In a recent article published by Forbes, Nashville was ranked #11 for lowest cost of living .

    On Career Trends here is how Nashville rates.

    Overall Cost of Living: 15% below national average
    Average Overall Cost of Living in TN: 22% below national average
    Category with Highest Index: Housing (4% above national average)
    Category with Lowest Index: Taxes (46% below national average)
    Annual Cost for a Single Adult with No Children: $27,597
    Annual Cost for a Married Couple with One Child: $48,431
    Annual Cost for a Married Couple with Four Children: $69,336

    foodies nashville

    6. Culinary scene has put Nashville on the map

    Nashville has been put on the culinary scene in several articles . Food & Wine highlighted the “booming Music City food scene,” Food Arts Magazine noted the “emerging culinary scene putting Nashville on the gastronomic radar” and, most recently, Condé Nast Traveler stated this about Music City: “There’s enough going on food-wise to warrant a trip solely for eating”.  Click here for a list of restaurants that are highlighted. 

    Trackback from your site.

    Tricia Reynolds

    Experience: Tricia Reynolds is a 10 year veteran in the real estate industry. She has assisted buyers and sellers in every market. She has a long record of helping to guide successful closings of a multitude of happy clients from luxury homes to first time home buyers. Tricia is using her extensive expertise to broker the residential market in purchases of single family homes, duplexes and land acquisition. Her knowledge and experience in the industry is and has been instrumental for investors to manage and acquire there portfolio. Ms. Reynolds also serves as a Court appointed special advocate for foster kids and holds a seat on the foster care review board of Davidson County. She donates her time and money to the YMCA and is part of the Global Rescue Project fund raising board.

    Leave a Reply