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Knoxville, Tennessee - The Best Place to Live in the United States!

knoxville homes, knoxville property, knoxville realtyThe Knoxville area was recently ranked by Placed Rated Almanac in the Millennium Edition as the "best place to live in the United States and Canada" among cities with less than 1 million population. The survey analyzed 354 metro areas for living costs, transportation, job outlook, education, climate, crime, the arts, health care, and recreation.

Knoxville has also been consistently ranked by both Rand McNally and Pierce Surveys as one of "America's Most Livable Cities" since 1981.

Sources: Placed Rated Almanac - Millennium Edition; Rand McNally; and Pierce Surveys.

Cost of Living

City Composite Grocery Housing Utilities Transportation Healthcare Misc
Knoxville 88.7 96.1 82.1 90.4 88.9 89.7 90.1
Asheville 101.8 96.3 114.1 94.0 97.2 95.4 98.3
Atlanta 99.0 101.7 97.8 87.4 103.7 100.2 99.8
Charlotte 95.1 99.6 89.2 89.8 104.4 93.8 96.7
Chattanooga 92.1 96.8 85.0 84.8 94.9 82.6 98.1
Huntsville 91.7 95.1 77.9 81.6 102.1 90.6 101.1
Lexington 96.1 101.5 94.4 96.8 87.7 96.8 97.3
Nashville 91.2 97.1 82.9 77.6 97.0 80.2 98.8

Source: ACCRA 1st Qtr/2002
Note: National Average = 100.0 for all indices

Climate

tennessee realty, tennessee real estateExtended periods of extremely hot or cold weather are exceedingly rare.
Creating an ideal environment for keeping production lines rolling.

  • Average Annual High/Low Temperature: 69/46
  • Average Winter High/Low: 49.28
  • Average Summer High/Low: 86/64
  • Average Spring High/Low: 70/45
  • Average Autumn High/Low: 71/48
  • Average Snowfall: 11.40 inches
  • Average Rainfall: 47.14 inches

Source: National Weather Service and National Climatic Data Center