Why Live in Nashville?
Most people think music, specifically country music, when they hear Nashville. While there is a lot of music being written, sung, and listened to, there’s more to Nashville than most know.
A few big industries in Nashville include healthcare information, real estate, startup companies, planning events + festivals, and more. There are also more than two dozen higher education institutions so if you ever wanted to continue your education, you wouldn’t have to relocate.
Aside from fun concerts, free rooftop yoga, awesome local restaurants, and endless craft beer options, we’ve got a few more reasons why Nashville is a great place to live:
- Affordability: It’s relatively affordable and there’s no state income tax
- Weather: The weather is usually enjoyable. It can be hot and humid in the summer, but cool during fall. During winter, there’s more ice than snow, but only about 7 days of temperatures below freezing.
- It’s a slightly younger city with the median age being early 30s.
- It’s the healthcare capital of the world.
- Nashville ranks as #13 with an overall score of 7.1 out of 10 in U.S. News analysis of 100 metro areas in the United States to find the best places to live based on quality of life and job market.
- Ranked #36 out of 50 on Liveability.com’s list of 50 Best Cities for Entrepreneurs.
Many people who live here are innovative and creative. They’re the type of people who are searching for more. Maybe a bigger purpose, a way to start a business, or people to collaborate with. They didn’t choose the wrong city to give it a shot because Nashville is a great place to start as an entrepreneur and a great place to meet new people.
Check out the video below. It highlights East Nashville, 12 South and Downtown Nashville.
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