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Relocate To Williamson County

Make Middle Tennessee's Greatest Community Your Home

Located just south of Nashville in beautiful Middle Tennessee, Williamson County is home to more than 205,000 residents who enjoy a high quality of life. Considered one of the most desirable suburban locations in the state, Williamson County is known for its high-performing schools, pristine recreational facilities, strong business climate, and wide range of restaurants and retail choices. You’ll find a mix of home options, from luxury apartments and condos to planned subdivisions, historic houses and farm properties. While Williamson County has seen tremendous growth, community leaders have taken steps to preserve its rural character and vibrant history. You’ll love living, working and playing in Williamson County.

Discover the rich history, unique attractions and so many other things to do in the Livability Williamson County, TN digital magazine. Visit Livability Williamson County, TN to learn more.

Latest Relocation News

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July 14, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Adam Sichko The legacy office developer in Cool Springs is accelerating work on another building, on the heels of signing Schneider Electric to a huge lease within the same Franklin Park development. David Wells, vice president at SpectrumRead More Read More ⇒

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July 13, 2016 The Tennessean by Jordan Buie Gov. Bill Haslam and the Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd announced Wednesday that Schneider Electric USA, Inc. will locate a Southeast regional office in Franklin. The move comes after the county voted in June toRead More Read More ⇒

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June 14, 2016 The Tennessean by Jordan Buie A unanimous vote Tuesday night signaled a unified Franklin Board of Mayor and Aldermen on a new property tax rate that would contain an additional 10 cents dedicated to infrastructure development and city operations. The vote was theRead More Read More ⇒

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June 15, 2016 The Tennessean by Bill Lewis Rising prices are good news for anyone selling a home in Williamson County, where the median home price rose nearly 6 percent in the past year to a record $433,000. But there’s good news for those hopingRead More Read More ⇒

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