Living in Memphis

Memphis, most western city in the state of Tennessee, sits on the Mississippi River offering a wide variety of things to do, for both singles and families. Having that big/small city feel, you can find great eating, fun entertainment, and plenty of friendly people who can’t wait to show you the best of southern hospitality. From Beale Street to Graceland, to the Memphis Zoo and Shelby Farms Park, there is plenty to do and see when the work day is done.

Home to the Memphis Grizzlies, the Memphis Red Birds and the Memphis Tigers, Memphis offers everything a sports fan needs. The FedEx Forum and Red Bird Stadium downtown host numerous events from Grizz games and concerts, to the St. Jude Memphis Marathon. Not to mention, FedEx Corporate Offices, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and AutoZone Corporate Headquarters are based in Memphis, offering a variety of opportunity and growth.

In March 2014, Memphis was recognized as America’s second most affordable city by Forbes. The cost of living is one of the most attractive features of life in the Memphis area. Whether you’re looking to rent or buy, interested in downtown living, crave the eclectic life of Midtown, or perfer a more suburban feel of East Memphis or Germantown, the Memphis area has something for everyone.

We invite you to see for yourself and take a look at what the locals have to say: