State of Tennessee

From the Great Smoky Mountains to the Mississippi River, Tennessee offers bucolic communities where country music stars retreat and bustling urban centers showcase southern culture and innovation. The best places to live in Tennessee include Knoxville, Chattanooga and Nashville. Music, health care, automobile manufacturing and tourism drive the state’s economy. Residents here cheer for college sports teams from the University of Tennessee and Vanderbilt and pro teams like the Tennessee Titans, Nashville Predators and Memphis Grizzlies.

Tennessee is the 17th populous state in the U.S. The largest cities in Tennessee are Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville. The median income for Tennessee is $44,140, which is 14% lower than the national median income. The median home price in Tennessee is $138,700. The highest-priced homes are typically found in Belle Meade, Forest Hills and Lookout Mountain. The lowest-priced homes are in East Cleveland, Ridgely and Trezevant.


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