The state of Tennessee has become widely popular over the past few years. It’s noted as one of the best places to retire and move. If you visit the state, it’s easy to see why. Each region of Tennessee offers something a little different.
So, what makes Tennessee such a popular place to live?
Low Cost of Living
Move to Tennessee – save money. Tennessee is the second cheapest state to live in. Renting is not expensive and there is no income tax. In addition to having little to no state income tax, residents also pay very low property taxes. The job market is also great. Tennessee has a low unemployment rate. Furthermore, groceries, health, and housing are below the national average. Together these factors contribute to a low cost of living.
Landscape and Environment
You may have heard of popular destinations in Tennessee: Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg, Nashville, Chattanooga and Memphis. There are a lot of other places that are worth checking out too. The Upper Cumberland is a rural region centrally located to Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga and is full of lakes, waterfalls, state parks and other fun attractions. No matter where you go in Tennessee, you are sure to find amazing scenery and plenty to do.
Climate and Seasons
Ask anyone who has moved to the state from another, and they will probably mention Tennessee’s amazing seasons. Winters are mild, spring is lush and summers are hot and humid and fall is colorful. If you don’t like colder climates, moving to Tennessee is the right move for you. There are four distinctive seasons in Tennessee – each offering something just as fascinating and alluring as the other.
Room for Growth
We all know Nashville has exploded over the past few years. It’s now a huge city and nationally known. With that being said, areas around this capital city are seeing growth as well. Whether you are an investor, business owner or just someone who wants to make a difference, Tennessee is the place to go. There is room for you and your ideas!