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    The City of Memphis welcomes you to our grand city. Memphis, Tennessee is recognized as the home of Elvis Presley and as the birthplace of the blues. Did you know that Elvis's home, Graceland, is the second most visited house in the country - behind the White House in Washington, D.C.? But Graceland is only one of the many exciting sites and attractions that you will want to see during your visit to Memphis. Our Memphis in May Festival attracts people from around the world to compete in the International BBQ cooking contest. This festival draws thousands to the banks of the Mississippi for live concerts and the Sunset Symphony. We're also home of the Peabody - queen of Southern hotels, Mud Island - the final resting place of the Memphis Belle and the National Civil Rights Museum, which is the only one of its kind in the world.

    You've come to the right place to find a home to rent in Memphis and we can help you!

  • The House Renter is a small, family run business (3858 Summer Avenue - 901-864-0000 or (901) 461-5555)
  • We have affordable two, three, four and five bedroom homes in nice neighborhoods
  • Our friendly workers are experts in taking care of our properties
  • Kathy, our great office manager, is available to assist you every day
  • Check out our available properties:  www.thehouserenter.com/listings


    Memphis is a very special place, with a character, a texture, and a feel that doesn’t exist in the same way in any other city.It has a legendary character that is undoubtedly the reason that “Memphis” is mentioned in more song lyrics than any other place on earth.

    Location has plenty to do with it. Memphis’ powerful spot on the Mississippi River in the extreme southwest corner of Tennessee and its role as the biggest city in the Mid-South have historically made the city a magnet for attracting people from all over the Delta, Mississippi, Arkansas, West Tennessee, northern Alabama, and Missouri.

    Memphis is like that; it sneaks up on you, touches your soul, and makes you go, “What was that?”This influx of people blended with the locals, creating an interesting and distinct confluence of cultures. This cultural convergence is inextricably woven into the fabric of Memphis’ history and is absolutely part of Memphis’ vibe today.

    All of this gives Memphis a special, unforgettable yet hard-to-describe feeling. In the song “Walking in Memphis,” Marc Cohn wonders, “But do I really feel the way I feel.” We know Memphis is like that; it sneaks up on you, touches your soul, and makes you go, “What was that?” It’s a city with heart and soul. It’s manifested in the people, in the places, in the food, in the culture, and in the history.

    Explore the Community section of the Greater Memphis Chamber website to find out more about what makes Memphis an excellent place to live, work, and play.



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