Tennessee Apartments

Apartments and Rentals in Tennessee (TN)

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Largest Cities in Tennessee

Renters who browse Tennessee’s excellent selection of apartment listings will find many rental-housing options at a range of affordable prices. Memphis, which is the largest city in Tennessee, has some terrific apartments on the market. Nashville and Knoxville also have desirable listings.

Other Large Cities in Tennessee

Tennessee’s smaller urban communities boast plenty of great rental opportunities that might help an apartment renter stretch their dollar a bit further than in a big city. The cities of Oak Ridge and Columbia are two such communities where renters have landed outstanding apartments.

 

Average November Rental Rates in Tennessee


Bedrooms Rent Diff*
Studio $873 (-134)
One Bedroom $792 (-166)
Two Bedroom $929 (-253)
Three Bedroom $1,129 (-346)
note: when compared with the national average

 

Tennessee Rental Rates as Compared to States Nearby


State Rent Diff
Tennessee $929 -
Kentucky $787 (-142)
Alabama $782 (-147)
Georgia $938 (9)
Indiana $781 (-148)
Mississippi $783 (-146)
 

Rental Trends in Tennessee


Month Rent Change
June $925 -
July $924 (-1)
August $912 (-12)
September $923 (11)
October $918 (-5)
November $929 (11)
 

Information about Tennessee

All across Tennessee apartment searchers are finding the properties they want in a variety of styles, sizes, and rental rates. Big cities like Nashville and Knoxville host a mix of traditional units and upscale apartments, giving renters a set of housing options that run the gamut. No matter where you look, a fine rental could be available just around the corner.

Tennessee’s major population centers like Memphis and Nashville not only are home to sizeable portions of the state’s total populous, but also are well-known locations for fine rental opportunities. Memphis is the largest city out of this 6.2 million-person state. While Memphis has about 670,000 people, the Nashville metropolitan area altogether has more residents. Overall, Tennessee has a diverse economy, with manufacturing, and trade, transportation, utilities, representing significant industries. The city of Nashville, which is a major center of commerce, is “home to country music,” which, in turn, contributes a significant number of music industry jobs and related regional employment.

Even at the center of this 6.2 million-person state, Tennesseans never are far from a slew of terrific attractions, as well as out-of-state excursions. Bordered by Kentucky, North Carolina, Arkansas, Missouri, Virginia, Georgia, Mississippi, and Alabama, the state of Tennessee is in close proximity to destinations in eight states. However, those who want to enjoy Tennessee’s in-state activities can check out popular landmarks like Graceland, the Memphis estate of Elvis Presley. Active urban areas like Nashville and Knoxville offer outstanding restaurants, nightlife attractions, and entertainment. For those who want to listen to country music, the Grand Ole Opry broadcast and stage show famously is located in Nashville. But, if you’d rather make it to a football game or stop by a ballpark, Tennessee has several pro sports teams that you can support.