Georgia Named Best State for Doing Business

    In a recent survey conducted by Area Development magazine, Georgia was named the No. 1 state for doing business! The magazine’s fifth annual survey of site consultants ranked states based on their number of mentions by the consultants in three overall categories, including business environment, labor climate and infrastructure and global access. In addition, 18 subcategories were included in the[...]

    Georgia’s 10 Most Exciting Places to Call Home

    It’s an exciting time to live in the state of Georgia, and Movoto recently tackled the chore of deciding exactly which cities in Georgia are the most exciting places to call home. Here are the 10 Most Exciting Places to Live in Georgia according to Movoto: Brookhaven Atlanta Marietta Duluth Kennesaw Savannah Decatur Statesboro Athens Roswell To get these rankings, the real estate experts at Movoto started with the 50 largest[...]

    DeKalb County Makes List of Most Affordable Markets for Millennials

    Two Georgia counties have made RealtyTrac’s recent rankings of the Most Affordable Housing Markets for Millennials. Richmond County, which is located in the Augusta-Richmond County metro area, took the top spot on the list, while DeKalb County claimed the No. 3 spot. Many industry experts say that the millennial generation is the key to the current housing market recovery, with their[...]

    People are Flocking to Atlanta and Its Surrounding Suburbs

    Atlanta is the No. 1 city in America in the minds of so many of its residents that it comes as little surprise to them when the southern behemoth and giant metropolitan area are actually officially named No. 1 in something. But, still, the more recognition Atlanta receives, the more people seem to want to want to move here, giving[...]

    Georgia Ranks as No. 1 State for Business

    Recently, the Peach State had the honor of ranking No. 1 on CNBC’s America's Top States for Business 2014. All 50 states were scored on 56 measures of competitiveness, which were then separated into 10 broad categories including cost of doing business, economy, workforce, quality of life and more. Georgia ranked No. 1, just above Texas, Utah, Nebraska and North[...]