Nashville Rent Went Up 37% In Three Years

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Nashville is booming.

With that comes a lot of shitty things like staples of the community getting torn down for condos, and rising rent prices. According to News Channel 5 Nashville, a study from Smart Asset says rent prices have gone up 37% from 2014 to 2017.

So, if you paid $1,000 a month back in 2014, you’d be paying $1,370 in 2017. Don’t expect this rise to slow down, either.

On the bright side, you have a long way to go before you reach peak-crazy NYC and SF prices.

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