Joan Snoderly, director of UT’s Tennessee State Data Center, recently was featured on WBIR Channel 10 about an upcoming conference on
Tennessee State Data Center News
Since the recession of 2007-2009, Tennessee home values have increased but the percentage of the population who owns a home has declined, according to new US Census Bureau data released today. The post-recession median home value was $138,400—2.2 percent more than the median value of $135,400 recorded during the recession years, according to the information disseminated by the Tennessee State Data Center, based at UT. The center is the clearinghouse for all state census information.