Kentucky vs. Tennessee
My sister and I are looking to get a place on a 50/50 split. We've never lived on a farm but I'm a good gardener and she's into woodworking and other handy skills.
She needs to be within an hour or so's drive from a city, for her job, but there's no reason we should stay here where land prices are high and so are taxes.
We'd like about ten acres and a house, but it doesn't have to be a NICE house, if you know what I mean. We like fixing stuff up. We were looking at the area around Hopkinsville Kentucky and Nashville Tennessee. Which side of the state line do you guys think we should we end up on? Or are we looking in the wrong part of one of these states?