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About Middle Tennessee Real Estate

The Middle Tennessee real estate market continues to be pretty stable. Currently, we’re seeing a seller’s market which is why you should list your house with an agent at Synergy today. Housing values are growing and there’s never been a better time to list. On the other hand, if you’re looking to buy in Nashville, we can help with that too. Our licensed, experienced agents can help you find the best home at the best deal in this market. Call us today at (615) 371 - 2424.

Nashville’s History

In the heart of Tennessee is our state's rapidly growing capital, Nashville. Back in 1779 it was founded by James Robertson, John Donelson and American frontiersmen. It was given its name by Francis Nash, who was an American Revolutionary war hero. Once Nashville was founded, the city began to grow quickly, mostly because it was an important port on the Cumberland River.

Following its creation, Nashville was named the state’s capital in 1843. The Battle of Nashville then took place two decades later, in 1864, and was an important Union victory. It didn’t take long after the Civil War for the city to get its shipping and trade positions back following the battle. Then, in the late 19th century the city really became prosperous.

The 1970s were when Nashville’s growth was evident. That was followed in the 1990s by a huge economic boom. Phil Bredesen, who at the time was the Tennessee Mayor, helped improve the city’s landmarks by either building them or renovating them. Today we’re still seeing a lot of growth and Music City holds a special place in many people’s hearts.

Nashville Voted No. 5 in the U.S.

Travel + Leisure (link: http://www.travelandleisure.com/worlds-best/cities-in-us#intro) hosted their World’s Best Awards and Nashville got an impressive spot for 2016! The travel magazine asked readers to vote for the Best Cities in the U.S. and they voted Music City all the way to No. 5, scoring over an 85. According to the mag, they asked readers to vote based on “landmarks, culture, food, friendliness, shopping and overall value.” They concluded that these 15 cities all make visitors feel at home and that’s definitely something the Tennessee capitol prides itself on.

Music City Sports

Nashville is also home to an abundance of sports. The city has two professional sports teams — the Tennessee Titans and the Nashville Predators. The Titans now call Nissan Stadium home, a multi-purpose stadium which can fit over 69K people. It’s a gorgeous stadium with dual video boards so you never miss a minute of the action, no matter where your seats are. CMA Fest and concerts through the year are also housed in the stadium and, if you’re lucky, you can even catch a night of yoga on the field! The Nashville Predators call Bridgestone Arena home, which is also one of the most impressive concert venues in the city. Both sports teams continue to grow and improve every year, making Nashville proud. 

Nashville also has a minor league baseball team with a beautiful new stadium. We’re also home to the only guitar shaped scoreboard to watch the Nashville Sounds win! Vanderbilt, Lipscomb and Middle Tennessee are also an easy way to get your college sports fix in the Middle Tennessee area. 

Nashville’s Pleasant Weather

Nashville’s weather is another factor that draws annual visitors. We have mild climates most of the time, although summer temperatures can get hot and humid. The winter doesn’t get too cold and snow, if any, is minimal. With this type of mild weather, it’s easy to enjoy the beautiful outdoors. 

Nashville's Population

As of 2013, Nashville’s city population was 659,042 and growing. Metro Nashville has 13 counties and, also as of 2013, the population of them was 1.7 million. That number made our city the largest metro city in the entire state of Tennessee. 


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Listing information last updated on February 19th, 2020 at 5:10am CST.