Georgia’s Economy Ranks 9th in the Nation

Personal finance site WalletHub conducted a study ranking each state’s economic health during 2018 and outlook for 2019, establishing 3 primary categories: Economic Activity, Economic Heath, and Innovation Potential. Georgia...

  • By Adam McCann, WalletHub
  • May 31, 2019
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Cumming Ranks #2 on America’s Top Retirement Destinations

SmartAsset, a personal finance and technologies company, recently released its study on America’s best communities to retire in. They weighted scores based on annual earnings of $35,000 from fixed income or part-time work wh...

  • By Fiza Pirani, AJC
  • May 24, 2019
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Top 8 Suburbs in Atlanta

Unlike the looming high rises of New York or sprawl of LA, Atlanta’s real estate growth has come in the form of its flourishing suburban expansion. John’s Creek, Peachtree City, and Milton are amongst the bustling comm...

  • By Simple Showing
  • May 16, 2019
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Atlanta Ranks High in Low-Cost Home

Realtor.com conducted a market study of the largest 300 metropolitan areas in the U.S. to find which cities had the most available housing under $200,000. Atlanta ranked 4th in the country with nearly 8,500 listings and an overall...

  • By Sara Ventiera, realtor.com
  • May 14, 2019
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Amazon’s Analytics Predict High Performance for 2019

Major metropolitan areas across the country spent last year competing to be Amazon’s new headquarters. The multinational tech giant compiled data on 20 candidate cities to find which would be best fit for their project, focu...

  • By Matt Kreamer, Zillow
  • May 09, 2019
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Alpharetta's Increasing Popularity as a Travel Destination

Alpharetta is quickly becoming an idyllic stop for anyone visiting the Atlanta metro area.  Located north of Atlanta, Alpharetta combines big city attractions with an unmistakable southern charm.  Visitors can explore mu...

  • By Tara Massouleh, AL.com
  • May 07, 2019
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2019 Real Estate Investment Preview

2019 is expected to look a lot like 2018 in real estate markets across the country. As demand for housing continues to outpace supply, prices will keep their upward trend. As prices continue upwards, investors need to determine th...

  • By Ingo Winzer, Forbes
  • May 02, 2019
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