What Trends Are Drawing People To Move To Georgia?Posted on October 27, 2016
For families seeking Southern charm, a place with thriving arts and culture and plenty of outdoor recreation, then Georgia is the place for you. Residents of the Peach State have many things to enjoy, like mild winters and hot, beautiful summers that are perfect for anyone who loves to relax. From small country towns to quaint coastal areas and bustling historic cities, Georgia has something for everyone. But one of the biggest attractions is the lower cost of living: the median home price in Georgia is just $128,100.
NerdWallet, an American personal finance website, analyzed the best cities in Georgia for families of all ages to live, and came up with these reoccurring trends:
Small towns are big. The average population of the top cities is just over 14,100 people, and half of the places have less than 10,000 people. The top 10 on our list range from the small town of Flowery Branch with 5,800 people to the small city of Evans, home to 31,739.
Incomes are higher. Family income is higher in these cities with an average of $70,000 — well above the state average of $53,029. The highest average family income is nearly $97,500 in Evans, while the lowest is just shy of $50,000 in Cusseta.
Lots of families live here. The cities on our list have a high number of family households — married couples with children under age 18. On average, each town’s population is about 34% families, which is almost double the statewide average.
To view the full list of cities in Georgia that follow these trends, click here.
The Georgia Club residents get it all in their location. They are surrounded by arts and culture in all directions. They have the small town feel of downtown Statham but are also surrounded by the big city life. Living at The Georgia Club gives you the best of both worlds. To see what the lifestyle is all about, click here.
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