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New data reveals just how rapidly homes in this town are selling.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
March 12, 2018

You don't need us to tell you that Nashville has catapulted itself into the spotlight as an international hot spot for tourism. But Music City isn't just a buzzing scene for travel — it's becoming an increasingly popular place to settle.

Based on some new data crunching from, Nashville is the only city in America east of Minneapolis to make the cut for their new top 10 list of fastest-selling homes in the country. Ranked in fifth place — after Denver, Colorado and before Portland, Oregon — the country music hub has seen rising prices over the past few years as demand increases.

According to the data, the median days on the market for a Nashville home is 40.6, with a median listing price of $359,950. Nationally, reports that the median number of days a home is on the market fell was 60 in June 2017. (Worth noting: limited their data crunching to only one metro per state to ensure geographic diversity.)

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For the full list of the most popular home buying markets, along with the slowest-moving areas, read the full article on here. Ready to book that one-way flight to BNA? Check out our city guide here.