Tennessee October 13, 2015
These 12 Towns In Tennessee Take The Least Amount Of Your Money
If you’ve ever found yourself wondering about the places in Tennessee that will be kindest to your wallet, then we’re here to answer. We’ve found the twelve places in the state that make it easiest for you to settle down and feel right at home and comfortable in the Volunteer State. Is your town on the list?
The priciest of our twelve towns, Nolensville is located right outside of Nashville and proffers a historical edge alongside affordability.
Millington is a darling little Tennessee town that gives you the opportunity to save some money AND maintain a quality lifestyle. Rent is at an all time low currently, and house prices are solid. The median earning rate stays fairly high as well, keeping prices down.
Clocking in a little about 10,000 folk, Manchester has solidly affordable housing AND is one of the coolest towns on our list - Bonnaroo is held here.
The cost of living in Arlington is SO crazy low, that you'll feel like you're living the country high life. It makes it on multiple nationally published lists.
Bristol has some nice and LOW housing prices, as well as an intensely low unemployment rate.
Incomes are high and cost of living is low in Collierville, making it a perfect place for you to find a real estate investment.
This small to mid sized town is a sweet spot that has high adjusted income rate and low miscellaneous costs.
Germantown is more affordable because the median income ranks over $80,000 a year. Doctors and lawyers will find their affordable digs here.
Knoxville is doing quite well with all those newly graduated college students. Employment is high and cost is living is down.
Lakeland is another town where your cost of living is very low, earning it our #3 slot.
Memphis has a median home pricing rate that keeps it at the top of affordability across the entirety of the state.
1) Spring Hill
One of the fastest growing towns in the country, Spring Hill has affordable housing options and opportunities for well-paying work and recreation.
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