Multifamily rents may be showing signs of further moderation in 2023, but Nashville is bucking that trend: two-bedroom median apartment rents in Music City jumped by 6.2% month over month to hit $1,940, according to a new report from Zumper.

One-bedroom median rents jumped by 4% over the same period to hit $1,800, a 20% year over year jump. The housing market has been buoyed by a rapid influx of out of state residents moving to the Volunteer State: In-N-Out Burger, Ford, and Tritium all announced expansions there and luxury brands like Four Seasons and Soho House are bolstering the city’s tourism offerings.  According to the Urban Land Institute, Nashville is the country’s top real estate market to watch for the second year in a row.

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