COVID-19 put the U.S. on pause in 2020 as it caused a nationwide shutdown. Which caused a significant decline in the U.S. economy.

Even with a nationwide shutdown, Nashville has shown that consumer spending, jobs, and the housing market are making a comeback.

“Nashville has an economic history of a rapid recovery from any kind of economic downturn,” said Ralph Schulz, President and CEO of the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce. 1

 Researchers at real estate company, Stessa, evaluated employment and housing metrics to create a composite score and ranked metros accordingly to find the metros with the most growth this year. 1

 Check out Nashville’s composite score:

#1. Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin, TN

  • Composite score: 78.9
  • Percentage change in total employment: 1.1%
  • Unemployment rate: 3.9%
  • Average monthly building permits per 100,000 residents: 132
  • Average monthly home sales per 100,000 residents: 174
  • Population: 1,933,860

Composite scores represent small sets of data points that are highly related to one another, both conceptually and statistically. Combining and presenting these items as a single score reduces the potential for information overload.

1  https://www.wkrn.com/news/report-nashville-takes-top-spot-as-city-with-most-economic-growth-in-2021/

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