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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.

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    Williamson County leads U.S. in job growth at 6.7 percent Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics For release 10:00 a.m. (EST), Wednesday, December 7, 2016   COUNTY EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES Second Quarter 2016   From June 2015 to June 2016, employment increased in 291Read More Read More ⇒

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September 12, 2016 Brentwood Home Page by Zach Harmuth So you have a great idea. You thought of something that no one else has, or see an opportunity for a niche product or service in the local economy. What do you do next? Whether itRead More Read More ⇒

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December 2, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Adam Sichko A Nashville-based restaurant company riding an epic growth spurt has purchased a turn-of-the-century mansion in downtown Franklin. The real estate arm of Fresh Hospitality paid $1.95 million on Dec. 1 for the Victorian mansion known asRead More Read More ⇒

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December 1, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Meg Garner It’s fairly obvious that Middle Tennessee needs to solve its transit troubles to improve movability, but another benefit of improving the area’s mass transit is that it will ultimately help local officials recruit businesses to theRead More Read More ⇒

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