Guides

  • Memphis

    Memphis is located in the southwest corner of Tennessee, on the Mississippi River, just east of Arkansas and north of Mississippi. Memphis is filled with great sites, world-famous entertainment, a…

  • Arlington

    Often referred to as one of Shelby County’s “best kept secrets,” Arlington is a cozy community 40 minutes east of Memphis. This town of just under 10,000 is known for its…

  • Downtown Memphis

    Memphis is one of the country’s most-beloved metropolises for its rich history, culture, and tradition. It is the largest city in Tennessee, with a population of approximately 650,000, and the…

  • Bartlett

    Bartlett, Tennessee has been praised by CNN, Money Magazine, and U.S. News & World Report for its quality of life. Just twenty minutes from Memphis, this town is known for its…

  • Collierville

    Bordering Germantown to the west, located 25 miles east of Memphis, you will find the delightful town of Collierville. Being the second oldest town in Shelby County, Collierville has maintained a rich…

  • East Memphis

    East Memphis and Midtown are lively cultural centers of this famous city. With art galleries, parks, festivals, and historic homes, East Memphis and Midtown offers the best of urban living. History Memphis’ place in…

  • Germantown

    Situated in east Shelby County is the charming City of Germantown, Tennessee; an affluent community notorious for its civic pride, cultural arts, award winning schools, upmarket quality living, wonderful recreation facilities, and…

  • Cordova

    Located on the northeast side of Memphis, north of Germantown and northwest of Collierville; you will find the superb Cordova area. It is conveniently located close to shopping, dining, and more,…

  • Lakeland

    Just 18 miles east of Memphis, Lakeland is a newer community of approximately 7,000. Garner Lake is the heart of Lakeland (hence the name), and the largest body of water in Shelby…