Some useful things to know before relocating to Greeneville, Tennessee, are the average price and availability of real estate or rentals, the quality and availability of health care, the crime rate, the cost of living and the climate. Some people might also wish to know about employment levels, average incomes, the school ratings, tourism and activities, and the population's mix of race, religion, education levels and politics. Websites that offer this type of information include Livability.com, BestPlaces.com, VisitGreenevilleTN.com and TripAdvisor.com.
The town of Greeneville, Tennessee is the county seat of Greene County. According to BestPlaces.net, Greeneville has a population of just over 15,000 with a median age of around 40 and an average household size of around two people, as of 2016. The median cost of a home in the town is around $119,000. At 7.5 percent, the town's unemployment rate is slightly higher than the U.S. average while the cost of living, at 13.6 percent, is lower than the U.S. average. Figures for violent crime and property crime are around 20 points higher than the U.S. average, based on a scale from one to 100 where one is low.
According to Livability.com, there are 31 acute care hospitals located within 60 miles of the town and 183 doctors within the city limits. The site also offers information about the population, schools, business and real estate.