Single moms in Nashville who are looking for love are in the right place. A new report named the city the eighth best city to find love.
Nashville singles make up 58 percent of the total population, and the median disposable income, based on median single household income after paying median rental rates, is a whopping $17,962.Disperse this extra cash at Nashville’s high-rated restaurants, bars, nightclubs, coffee shops, theatres, parks and world famous live music venues. With 39 date spots per 10,000 people, the Music City is an easy place to find a spot to snuggle up this Valentine’s Day weekend.
Single parents in other cities might even consider relocating to Nashville to find love based on the single-driven demographics and superior school system. Nashville newcomers make up 6.2 percent of the total population, and unattached individuals are flocking to the city for a fresh start.
For the kids, consider the suburb of Brentwood in Williamson County. For Metro/Davidson County, Granberry Elementary has a total of 715 students, with class sizes averaging around 15 students. Harpeth Valley Elementary, Meigs Middle Magnet School, Martin Luther King Junior Magnet, and Pearl High School are also rated 10 out of 10, according to GreatSchools data.
Jennifer Riner writes about rentals, home improvement and design for Zillow, an online real estate database. Zillow economists analyzed U.S. cities and ranked the top 10 places based on the percentage of the population that is single, the number of singles who are new to town, their median disposable income (income after rent) and the number of date spots per capita.