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Overview of Murfreesboro

If you're looking for an ideal combination of big-city amenities and small-town living, Murfreesboro apartments for rent may be the perfect option for you. As the fastest-growing city in the state, Murfreesboro was named the "Most Livable Town in Tennessee" by MSN, which was no surprise to its residents. AreaVibes gave the city a score of 80 for its low cost of living, local amenities, sunny weather and stable housing market. Since 1990, the population has skyrocketed from 46,000 residents to more than 111,300, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Don't miss out on a chance to get a great apartment for rent in Murfreesboro.

Living in Murfreesboro

Murfreesboro apartments for rent are located in the geographic center of the state, just 35 miles southeast of Nashville. Many people are attracted to the location, as Murfreesboro sits at the crossroads of Interstates 65, 24 and 40, making it easy to travel to neighboring cities. But residents don't have to travel far to take advantage of top-notch amenities.

In 2007, an open-air rental center gave residents access to some of the most sought-after nationally recognized retailers and dining establishments. This has spurred more retail and residential growth throughout the community, and there's no stopping soon for this city.

Murfreesboro Apartments and Cost of Living

Murfreesboro apartments for rent may be 28 percent more expensive than the rest of the state, but they are very inexpensive when compared with many major U.S. cities. According to AreaVibes, the cost of living here is staggeringly low considering the rapid growth and high quality of life. You can enjoy a living index that is 1 percent lower than the rest of the state and 12 percent lower than the nation's average. The median household income is 13 percent higher than the rest of the state, which makes Murfreesboro even more desirable.

Although Murfreesboro is a car-dependent community, according to WalkScore, the average commute time is only 3 percent longer than the rest of the state. The average cost of a gallon of gas is on par with the state's going rate.

Apartments in Murfreesboro Work and Study

Living in Murfreesboro apartments puts renters in the middle of a prosperous economy, as well within arm's reach of the job opportunities in Nashville. Some of the top employers in Murfreesboro include Middle Tennessee State University, State Farm Operations Center, Verizon Wireless Call Center, Middle Tennessee Medical Center and General Mills. Middle Tennessee State University is a top institute for residents in apartments in Murfreesboro wishing to further their education.