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Albany Area Hinesville-Fort Stewart Area
Americus Area Jesup Area
Athens-Clarke County Area LaGrange Area
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta Area Macon Area
Augusta-Richmond County Area Milledgeville Area
Bainbridge Area Moultrie Area
Brunswick Area Rome Area
Calhoun Area Savannah Area
Cedartown Area St. Marys Area
Chattanooga Area Statesboro Area
Columbus Area Summerville Area
Cordele Area Thomaston Area
Cornelia Area Thomasville Area
Dalton Area Tifton Area
Douglas Area Toccoa Area
Dublin Area Valdosta Area
Eufaula Area Vidalia Area
Fitzgerald Area Warner Robins Area
Fort Valley Area Waycross Area
Gainesville Area  


 

 
 
Georgia Quick Statistics
 
The state of Georgia is ranked tenth in population across the United States. With ancient mountains to the north dropping to sea-level as you move south, Georgia is home to many charming towns and a bustling metropolis in Atlanta. With hot and humid summers and cool winters, snowfall is only found in the mountains. Georgia’s historic sites and natural attractions attract many tourists and local residents with the elegant plantation lifestyle combined with scenic mountains, lakes and coastal regions. Georgia’s population is still growing with 14 counties being among the top 100 fastest-growing counties in the country making it an attractive candidate for apartments and further residual developments.
 
Population 2008: 9,685,744 (Ranked 9th in the US)
Capital: Atlanta
Nickname: Peach State, Empire State of the South 
Estimated Median Household Income: $43,217
  
Largest Metro Areas:
 
Atlanta: 5,626,400 people
Augusta: 528,519 people
Savannah: 334,353 people
Columbus: 276,000 people
 
Notable Areas:
 
Atlanta:
 
Atlanta is the largest city in the state of Georgia and considered the capital of the South. Its growth can be attributed to rapid economic expansion with increasing productivity in communications, industry, transportation, tourism, and government. Atlanta’s skyline is marked by many highrise and midrise buildings in the city’s historic business center home to the headquarters of large and well-known companies like Coca-Cola, Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Turner Broadcasting System, and Delta Air Lines to name a few. The city also has a reputation for being known as a “city in a forest” which fosters its charming neighborhoods just outside downtown with tree-shaded streets and friendly communities. Neighborhoods like Peachtree Battle, Tuxedo Park, and Chastain Park consistently rank among the most affluent neighborhoods in the country.
 
Augusta:
 
Augusta is the second largest city in the state and is best known for hosting The Masters golf tournament each spring. With its mild winters and humid summers, it is a beautiful place to settle down and it is slowly becoming more influential in the industries of medicine, biotechnology, and military.
 
Savannah:
 
Savannah was the largest city until it was surpassed by Atlanta due to its thriving industrial center and seaport. The oldest city in the state still has its old-fashion hospitality and Southern charm and attracts millions of visitors who enjoy the city’s architecture and historic buildings.


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