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Nashville Tennessee Real Estate

Nashville is the capital city of the state of Tennessee; the city of Nashville is also considered a consolidated city; this means that the city and the county have combined together to become one jurisdiction, instead of separate ones.

Within the city, there are a numerous business ventures and professional establishments; hospitals, publishing houses, financial companies, entertainment industries, transportation establishments, and even higher education institutions such as colleges. In Nashville there is a large population of day workers, and an equally larger population of commuting worker residents.

Regarding real estate, Nashville's main real estate market lies on the outskirts of the city, in the more suburban areas of Nashville. For families with children, the suburban setting is the preferred setting for safety, comfort and convenient commuting to the school district.

Furthermore, Nashville property in the suburbs is desirable because it is in close proximity to the city, which makes the work commute easy, but it is more spacious than an apartment or townhouse living area, and is in a quieter surrounding.

The current housing trend in Nashville real estate has the average Nashville property listing around $287,000. This average listing encompasses the standard 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom houses; however, when it comes to the median selling price of the Nashville real estate market, the median prices normally hits around $157,000. That is a different of over $100,000 between the average listing and the purchasing rate.

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