NASHVILLE, Tenn.--Real estate database company Zillow is forecasting Nashville, Tennessee to be the eighth-hottest housing market in 2019.
The company examined rent prices, income growth, population growth, unemployment rates and job openings per person to determine the rankings. Amazon's decision to bring H2Q to Nashville also played a positive factor in the ranking.
Of Zillow's Top 10 list, Nashville was ranked 4th in income growth with a 6.5% rate, 3rd in population growth with 2.1%. Music City is also forecast to see a 6.8% change in home values and 1.1% change in rents according to Zillow.
San Jose, CA topped the list of hottest housing markets for 2019 with Orlando, Denver, Atlanta, Minneapolis, San Francisco, Dallas-Fort Worth, Nashville, Jacksonville, and San Diego rounding out the Top Ten list.