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Clarksville Shines in Middle-Tennessee: A regional statistical overview

Posted by: Michelle Hueffmeier on Friday, January 10, 2020

Clarksville-Montgomery County is one of 38 counties making up Middle Tennessee; it lies on the north-western edge of the region along the Cumberland River surrounded by rolling hills. Easily accessible from several major interstates and centrally located within just a day’s travel from 76% of all major U.S. cities - Clarksville continues to develop as a key player in the region. Just a short 45 minutes from the boom of Nashville, one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation; Clarksville is in many ways keeping pace with its neighbor to the South.

While both Clarksville and Nashville have seen substantial growth in the housing market during recent years, one thing is certain, housing is more affordable in Clarksville with numbers well under the national average of $261,600 for a single-family home. The 2018 median sale price for a single-family home in Montgomery County averaged $190,000 for a total of 4,840 homes sold while Nashville’s Williamson County stood at a whopping $477,055 for a total of 6,110 homes sold, and the median average for the state at $210,00 for a total of 107,560 home sold - according to the Home Sales by MSA fact sheet by the Tennessee Housing Development Agency.

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Friday, January 11, 2019

The Clarksville-Montgomery County, Tenn. Economic Development Council (EDC) Executive Committee is pleased to announce they have received commitment from Jeff M. Truitt, 46, of Clarksville, to fill the position of Chief Executive Officer.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

With the recent news that the State of Tennessee now ranks number five in the nation for median household income growth, it is time to take notice and pay attention to how Clarksville-Montgomery County stacks up.

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