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“Unlock the Gateway to Success in Atlanta”

Why Atlanta?

  • #1 Tech Hub
  • #1 for Business (Site Selection magazine)
  • 18 Fotune 500 headquarters including: Delta, Coca-Cola, UPS, Home Depot etc.
  • Southern Hollywood
  • Good weather

According to the Metro Atlanta Chamber, the region is home to over 150,000 businesses, including 25 Fortune 1000 companies. The Chamber also reports that the region’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product) was over $385 billion in 2019, representing significant economic output and growth.

Atlanta Job Market and Trend

The Atlanta Metro Area has a diverse economy, with several major industries driving job growth and opportunities. Some of the largest industries in the area include:

Technology: Metro Atlanta has become a hub for technology companies, with several major firms located in the area, including Google, Microsoft, and Salesforce, among others.

Healthcare: The healthcare industry is also a significant employer in the Atlanta Metro Area, with several major hospitals and healthcare systems located in the region.

Logistics and Transportation: Due to its central location and strong infrastructure, the Atlanta Metro Area has become a hub for logistics and transportation companies, including Delta Air Lines, UPS, and FedEx, among others.

Film and Entertainment: The film and entertainment industry is also a growing sector in the Atlanta Metro Area, with several major studios located in the region and a growing number of productions filmed in the area.

Landlord Friendly State

  • Georgia is another state with informal eviction laws, allowing landlords to quickly resolve issues with unpaid rent. After landlords issue an eviction notice, tenants have seven days (unless otherwise specified)to pay rent. Ifthey do not, landlords can begin court proceedings to remove tenants if necessary.
  • There are also no limits on late rental fees or security deposits in Georgia,thus providing landlords with more flexibility to establish these numbers based on the property.
  • No Rent Increase control. Last year rent increase 22% last year 2021

Level 1 – Low Risk Low Cash Flow Must have: Great School, Good neighborhood, approximately close to city. around 400-550K

Johns Creek & Alpharetta: Breckenridge, Preston Oaks, Willow Run, Long Indian Creek, Jones Bridge Plantation, Foxdale, Abbotts Station, Wellington, Foxdale, Carriage Park,Windward, Winthrope Chase, Henderson Village

Marietta(east cobb houses are significantly older!): Kings Cove,Fox Hollow, Chestnut Creek.

Level 2 – Medium Risk ,Ok Cash Flow Must have: either great school or close to city(Can’t have both). Good neighborhood. 350-450K

Marietta, Kennesaw(west cobb school): Arbor Forest, WynfordChase, Calumet West, Due West Crossing, Chanticleer, West Mill Place.

Suwanee & Sugar Hill: Morningside, Morningview

Smyrna: William-park neighborhood.Carrington Park, West Smyrna Heights,Chateau Walk, Creekside, Wetherbrook.

Buford, Auburn, Dacula(Good school, far from city): Overlook at Hamilton Mill, Hamilton Mill, The ridge at mill creek, Pinebrook at Hamilton mill, Apalachee plantation

Level 3 – Higher Risk, Better Cash Flow Must have: Good neighborhood. Not too far from the city. Ok school. Developing area. Good cash flow, less than 350K.

Woodstock: Kingsgate, River Park, Britley Park, Village at Cobblestone, Kennesaw Powder Springs Lawrenceville Norcross

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