Wednesday, 14 May 2014
Williamson County Schools Are the Best in the U.S. | YES!!

 Williamson County Schools continue to outperform other schools, not only in the state of Tennessee, but also in the whole country. And where there are good schools, the housing market will always thrive.

Recently on, Brentwood Middle School was rated #30 on a list of the 50 best middle schools in America.

Brentwood Middle has also been ranked/rated:

  • The best middle school in Tennessee by
  • 10 (on a scale of 10) by
  • 10 (on a scale of 10) by

It also received an award as the Blue Ribbon School for 2006.

Even more recently, ranked Williamson County Schools No. 1 in the country for highest performing school districts in schools with more than 20,000 students. Let me saw that again: Williamson County, Tennessee, Schools were ranked No. 1 in the COUNTRY!

I’m constantly talking about the benefits of living in the Nashville, Tenn., area, and these reports help prove it. The entire Nashville area has many other great schools as well, so if you’re considering a move to this area and schools matter, here are some Web sites to look up how each school ranks:

If you’re sitting there thinking, “That’s great, but I don’t have kids, so what does that have to do with the location of my home?” then consider what the experts at say about why you should consider buying a home in a good school district:

1. You’ll pay more to live in a good school district.

“A school’s high rating often drives up the prices of homes in that school’s district. Even if you don’t have kids, you’ll still pay more to be near a good school. Schools basically establish an area as a good location. And as any real estate agent will tell you, location matters.”

2. A good school district might protect you from the real estate market’s ups and downs.

3. Though it may cost more to buy near a good school, it will be good for resale.

Give me a call and I'll help you find a great home in our nationally ranked school district!


Posted on 05/14/2014 10:41 PM by Jarod
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