Manufacturing Powerhouse.

Rutherford County is known for its school system, fast growing cities, affordable real estate, and manufacturing industry.


Population: 298,612
Median Home Price: $235,000
Median Condo Price: $157,075
Median Rent: $1,350
Proximity to Nashville: 40.5 Mi
County Seat: Murfreesboro

There are five cities and towns located within Rutherford county

SmyrnaHome to Nissan Motor Company and Asurion, this city provides a stable economy that produces a lot of jobs. Forbes ranked Smyrna in the top-25 places to move for retirement.

MurfreesboroOne of Tennessees fastest growing cities. Home to the states largest University: Middle Tennessee State.

LavergneRutherford’s natural beauty. Home to Percy Priest lake, residents enjoy plenty of recreation and beautiful scenery.

Eagleville/Waterhill: Quaint southern towns with populations no larger than 650 residents.

Rutherford County School District is one of the top performing districts in the state of Tennessee. To view a complete list of schools and additional district information, visit Rutherford County is also home to three colleges: Middle Tennessee University, Daymar-Institute, and Tennessee of Applied Technology-Murfreesboro.

Public Schools: 54

Private Schools: 16

Students Serviced: 43,099


Median Price: $235,000

Median Cost Per Sqft: $117

Median Size: 2,051, 3-Bed, 2-Bath

Median Days on Market: 33


Median Price: $157,075

Median Cost Per Sqft: $104

Median Condo Size: 1,466, Bed-2, Bath-2.5

Days on Market: 26


Median Acres: 2.38

Median Cost Per Acre: $22,833

Median Sales Price: $69,850

Median Days on Market: 61


Median Cost: $1,350

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