Greater Nashville Area Grows by 11.5%

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The State of Tennessee's population increased 11.5 according to the recently released 2010 US Census. The biggest population gain was seen in the Nashville area, with Williamson County topping the list for the second decade in a row. The major towns that make up Williamson County include Brentwood, Franklin, Nolensville, Spring Hill and Thompsons Station). Rutherford County (cities ofMurfreesboro, LaVergne and Smyrna) came in second followed closely by Wilson County (cities of Lebanon and Mt. Juliet).

Here's how the numbers broke down.

Greater Nashville Tennessee Sees 11.5% Population Increase When you are ready to Buy or Sell Property in Tennessee then you are ready for the Tennessee Real Estate Professionals Diane O and Friends. For more information about Diane O and Friends and our real estate services please fill out the online contact form or give us all call. | Office: 615-371-1544 Diane Cell Phone: 615-406-2184 Mandy Cell Phone: 615-477-6959 Fax: 615-472-7931
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Great information regarding the Tennessee market. I'mn from Cookeville in the central portion of the state.

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