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Vital statistics

Average Home Price

231,000 USD

Cost of living/National Average

< 1%

Average Salary

70,000 USD

Average Rental Price per Month

1,026 USD

Average Commute Time

35 minutes

Annual  temperature

35 - 89 ᐤF

Unofficial Capital of The New South

Atlanta has been through a few ups and downs but now it is heading to its peak. This city is filled with dense forests, has a lot of sports and history. As well as top-rated universities filled with young adults making their way in the world.

Atlanta’s Secret Sauce

  • Sports fans will love the Mercedes-Benz Stadium which is home to the Atlanta Falcons as well as the Atlanta United FC.
  • Stone Mountain Park is a welcoming destination where you can enjoy cable car rides and the view from the railroad. 
  • View the underwater wildlife at the Georgia Aquarium.
  • And for the children or young at heart, take a visit to LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta with an indoor LEGO playground, 4D cinema, rides, as well as play and build zones.

Cost of the essentials

Atlanta is not a bad place to live in compared to other cities when it comes to the national average, since housing and utilities are 6 percent, and 15 percent, respectively, are under it, but groceries are 5 percent over the average.

143.01 USD / month

Energy bill / month

152.45 USD / month

Phone bill / month

5.50 USD / 0.5 liters

Domestic beer

3.50 USD

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What To Do in City of Trees

Atlanta is the place to be for outdoor lovers, and people who crave culture. As well as those who are young at heart, or just young in general.

Universities and Colleges
Sports Stadiums