Johnson City Real Estate

    Johnson City, TN real estate is located in Washington, Carter and Sullivan Counties. Most of the city is within Washington County. The home of Johnson City East TN State University, this city has a population of 63,152. The university is a major contributor to Johnson City’s economy along with the Med-Tech corridor. The school is accredited by the Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award specialist, doctoral, masters and baccalaureate degrees. Johnson City, TN homes for sale are often chosen due to the city being the location of this school, which has over 100 undergraduate and graduate majors and concentrations.

    Johnson City East TN State University has an enrollment of 14,952 with 12,067 full time students. In addition, a laboratory school, the K-12 University School has 540 students. The University School was the first laboratory school in the nation to implement a year round academic schedule. Johnson City, TN is ranked #35 by Forbes in “Best Small Place for Business and Careers.”

    Johnson City, TN real estate is located in a metropolitan area, covering Carter, Unicoi and Washington Counties. They are a part of the Tri-Cities including Kingsport, Bristol, TN-VA combined statistical area. Within a setting surrounded by mountains, the city is a regional hub for a 4-state area. There are numerous retail businesses and national outlets as well as local boutiques and galleries. Trade and industry in Johnson City is fueled by the large student population and there are several major companies located here including American Water Heater Company, owned by A.O. Smith Corporation; RR Donnelley; Cantech Industries; General Shale Brick LLC; Mullican Flooring, NN, Inc. and TPI Corporation.

    Johnson City, TN real estate includes a variety of single-family homes, apartments and some areas include homes with acreage. This city has been ranked #5 in “10 Least Expensive Cities for Living in the U.S.” by Kiplinger. Additionally, Black Enterprise Magazine ranked Johnson City #8 for “Best Places for African Americans to Retire” within the U.S.

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