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Georgia has a verty strong economy, in fact has a strong impact on the rest of the country. The 2010 total gross state product was $403 billion. Its per capita personal income for 2011 put it 39th in the nation at $35,979. If Georgia were a stand-alone country, it would be the 28th largest economy in the world. Prime location for positive cash flow investments.
Atlanta has a large effect on the state of Georgia and the Southeastern United States. Atlanta has been the site of growth in real estate, service, and the communications industries. Tourism makes an important contribution to the economy
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Each region has its own distinctive characteristics. For instance, the Ridge and Valley, which lies in the northwest corner of the state, includes limestone, sandstone, shale and other sedimentary rocks, which have yielded construction-grade limestone, barite, ocher, and small amounts of coal.
The expansions of real estate investment loans were recently influenced by peanut butter, traced to many new manufacturing & processing facilities in southwest Georgia. This jumpstarted the economy for industry and manufacturing, we can be sure to see more companies like Kubota's continuedinvestments in Georgia making the state a great manufacturing base and creating future job growth.
Solid job growth and low mortgage rates have boosted sales 6.2 percent. Atlanta, Georgia cited earnings growth as one of the drivers of the market attracting firms like Huntington Industrial Partners, an industrial real estate operating company developing infill industrial properties in select U.S. market
Georgia population density is 63.8 people per square kilometer as of October 2015. Georgia is most likely to become the eighth largest state in the nation in 2015, moving from its current ninth place, past the state of Michigan. 12 counties are expected to grow by 75 percent or more between 2000 and 2015.
Tourism is big business in Georgia, really big. Tourism in Georgia is the 5th largest employer in the state with an economic impact of $53.6 billion, supporting more than 411,000 jobs, or 10.2% of employment in Georgia. It is estimated nearly 20 million international tourists visit each year, creating great opportunities for investors, and among vacation home sales and rentals.
The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of Georgia was 10,097,343 on July 1, 2014, a 4.23% increase since the 2010 United States Census.
GA Real Estate Data & Trends
The median rent price in Georgia is $1,150 with a home value of about $142,000, in Atlanta about $190,000. Georgia home values have gone up 5.1% over the past year and predicted to rise by at least 3.8% within the next year.
According to the National Housing Trend Report for February 2014, by Realtor.com, the median list price up 12.1% from the previous year. This puts Atlanta slightly under the national median list price of $199,000.
Georgia offers a wide and growing amount of opportunities for real estate investors. With growth in industry, population, and tourism, it's a nice place to visit and a great place to invest.
GA Real Estate Resources
Landlord & Real Estate Law in Georgia:
Georgia law does not regulate the details of the landlord-tenant relationship but does set some guidelines.
Investment Real Estate for sale by the State of Georgia:
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