Clarksville-Montgomery County spans a 19-mile stretch along highway I-24, with a variety of quality choices for affordable housing throughout the area – from new construction to historically restored properties. It is a great place to relocate.
While Clarksville and its neighbor to the north, Nashville, have both seen substantial growth in the housing market during recent years, one thing is certain, housing is more affordable in Clarksville with numbers well under the national average of $261,600 for a single-family home. For 2018, in Clarksville, the real estate market moved quickly with an average sale price of $194,800 and just 37 days on market.
In 2018, Clarksville-Montgomery County was ranked the 68th fastest growing county in the country with a 3% growth of 5,935 residents, according to the US Census Bureau. As a result, real estate and new housing construction are an integral part of the Clarksville-Montgomery County economy – seen within the city and county through the consistent growth and development of new communities. Come relocate to Clarksville!