Nashville is one of the top ten most popular cities in the United States. In addition to having rich culture and entertainment, it is ranked as one of the most popular cities to live in.
In an online poll conducted by Harris Interactive, Nashville ranked as the nation's seventh most popular city. The poll asked people where they would want to look for homes for sale and live if they could live anywhere in the nation (other than their current home). One of the nation’s lowest overall tax burdens, the Nashville area provides impressive incentives to relocating businesses, which has helped growth and prosperity when other parts of the country are scaling back.
A low cost-of-living is not always characteristic of larger cities with an excellent quality of life. The Nashville area has one of the nation’s most favorable rankings for cost-of-living. Disposable income goes much further in Nashville where the cost-of-living is typically 12% lower than the nation as whole. Nashville's low cost-of-living is one of the many reasons people look for homes for sale and companies relocate to Nashville every year.