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Nashville ranks No. 8 among hottest housing markets

Things are heating up.

A map featuring some of the hottest housing markets in the US.

North Carolina, Colorado, and Texas are currently home to some of the hottest markets. | Graphic by 6AM City

Music City is on fire. No need to dial 9-1-1 — we mean the housing market. Nashville recently ranked No. 8 (tied with Charleston, SC) on U.S. News & World Report’s list of hottest housing markets in the US. Also on the list were Denver (No. 2), Phoenix (No. 4), Charlotte (No. 6), and Las Vegas (No. 12).

“What defines hot,” you ask? U.S. News & World Report describes a hot market as one “returning to the basics of healthy demand, supply, and financing options.”

To determine which cities are hot (and which are not), U.S. News based its rankings on a scoring scale of 1-100 that examined metrics of housing supply, demand, and finance indicators.

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