Moving to Nashville?
Everything you need to know!
Whether you’re moving for a job transfer, to be closer to family, or to follow your song writing dreams, relocating and buying a home in a new area can be very stressful and overwhelming. Having an experienced Realtor® on your side who understands the intricacies of relocation can make this transition a smooth one.
If you are considering a move to Middle Tennessee, I am here to help! I’ve been helping families like yours create a beautiful lifestyle and a strong connection to the Nashville community for over 25 years. I know, live, and love Nashville! My goal as your relocation specialist is not just to help you find the right home, in the right location, for the right price. It’s making you feel at home in your new surroundings. Whether it’s helping you find a great dog park, a hair salon, or a pediatrician, I have the resources in and around Nashville to help you get established and on to living your best life.
As a Michigan native who relocated here over 25 years ago, I can relate to your situation. By providing a comprehensive relocation experience that will take you from your House Hunting Trip all the way through the unpack of your new Nashville area home I am here to guide you and make your transition as seamless and comfortable as possible. My hope is to help my clients fall in love with and enjoy the Nashville area and experience as much as I do!
3 Steps to Making the Move
01 – Plan a Visit
Visiting Nashville before your move is ideal. You will be able to see a lot of the city in just three days. Central locations, like downtown and midtown, allow for easy access all around the city. If you’ve already narrowed down a few ideal neighborhoods, staying at an Airbnb is a great option to “live like a local”. Selecting a neighborhood before your big move can save a lot of time and money down the road.
02 – Explore Neighborhoods
Whether you want an urban downtown vibe or prefer some space in the suburbs, Nashville has a neighborhood to suit your needs. Here are some things to think about as you explore your new hometown and select a neighborhood:
- Do I want to live near my workplace? How much time do I want to commute?
- What community features are important to me (schools, parks, library, gyms)?
- What recreational activities are nearby (ballparks, bike trails, music venues)?
- Is parking/driving easy in this neighborhood? Is public transit readily available?
03 – Home Search
Now that you’ve picked a few ideal neighborhoods, let’s talk about the type of home you would like. Many neighborhoods feature single-family homes, but condos and townhomes are great options too! A few things to think about when selecting a home:
- Do I want a yard to maintain and care for?
- Do I prefer to live in a community with added amenities but also an HOA fee?
- Can I work on some projects to update a home, or does it need to be move-in ready?
Almost 100 people are relocating to Nashville every day. Get ahead of the curve (and the real estate market). Let’s connect, so I can help you make the right move!
Nashville By The Numbers
A quick look at the numbers that make Nashville Nashville.
According to the Nashville Chamber one key reason Nashville has become such a hotbed of job growth in America is a simple case of geography. Nashville...
Is within a 650-mile radius of 50% of the U.S. population.
Is within a one- or two-hour flight time of 65% of the U.S. population
Nashville International Airport conveniently has 500+ flights a day
Is located at the intersection of 3 major interstates: I-40, I-24, I-65