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Nashville isn't called "The Music City" for nothing. This town is known for it's storied musical history, the great artists that made their names here, and the great venues that keep that legacy alive.

And if you're looking to learn more about Nashville's best music venues, then read on!

Every night in Nashville, both locals and tourists pack out the local dives, cafes, saloons, honkey-tonks, and concert venues, all looking for that authentic bluegrass sound. But with such an overwhelming range of options, where do you go?

Well here I've decided list four of the best, but less well-known venues.  Everyone's heard of Ryman Auditorium, The Grand Ol' Opry, Ascend Amphitheater, and the Bridgestone Arena...

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Market Summary

Nashville is still riding high on the real estate boom that began over 10 years go. Prices are rising and a number of new constructions are just around the corner.

However, developments over the past few months have suggested a long-overdue market correction may be on the horizon.

After seven years of steady increases, rents have dropped. And while the decrease itself is modest, the trend shift is significant.

As mentioned, housing prices are still increasing steadily, but the rate of that growth has slowed down. The increases remain at historic highs, and the slowing is in keeping with a broader national trend, but they still represent an important marker for how the market should run in the next few years.

 

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