Burns, Tennessee 

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Population

1,736

+6.2% since 2010

Unemployment Rate

3.8%

Median Income

$47,500

Median Home Price

$254,000

Best Places to Live in Burns, Tennessee

Capital city - North-central Tennessee along the Cumberland River. September, May and October are the most pleasant months in Burns, while January and December are the least comfortable months.

Burns, TN Housing Market
Lowest Priced HomesHOMES UNDER $250,000
Most Expensive ListingsHOMES $250,001 to $500,000
Largest HomesHOMES $500,001 to $750,000
Median Priced HomesHOMES $750,001 to $1,000,000
Pros
Entertainment
Expanding amenities
Cost of living
Cons
Hot, humid summers
Growth and sprawl
Crime rates

What Bert Has To Say About Nashville-Davidson--Murfreesboro--Franklin Metro Area

Nashville is the capital and second largest city in Tennessee. Known worldwide as the center of country music, it has long been a destination for music-related tourism. The city has been working for some time to renovate its downtown area and attract first-class amenities. Areas of downtown, notably the District, have stylish older buildings repurposed into shopping and nightlife areas. Nashville is a big sports town: The Tennessee Titans are the state’s first NFL team and there are minor-league or secondary league teams in just about every sport. Vanderbilt University, Fisk University and an assortment of smaller colleges add a higher education dimension with the expected amenities.


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City: Burns
Zip Codes: 37029
Time zone: Central Standard Time (CST)
Elevation: 605 ft above sea level

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ECONOMY
The unemployment rate in Burns is 3.8% (U.S. avg. is 3.7%). Recent job growth is Positive. Burns jobs have increased by 2.3%. More Economy

COST OF LIVING
Compared to the rest of the country, Burns's cost of living is 5.5% higher than the U.S. average. More Cost of Living or Compare Burns's Cost of Living

WEATHER & CLIMATE
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VOTING
Dickson county voted Republican in the last four Presidential elections, after voting Democratic in 2000. More Voting Stats

POPULATION
Burns's population is 1,736 people. Since 2010, it has had a population growth of 6.2%. Learn More...

TRANSPORTATION
Average Commute time is 28.1 minutes. The National Average is 26.4 minutes. Learn More...

REAL ESTATE
The median home cost in Burns is Real Estate: $254,000. Home appreciation the last 10 years has been 9.7%.

SCHOOLS
Burns public schools spend $7,914 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $12,383. There are about 14.8 students per teacher in Burns. More Education



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Housing Market in Burns

It's a good time to buy in Burns. Home Appreciation is up 9.7% in the last 12 months.
The median home price in Burns is $254,000.

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