Rentals in Georgia
Georgia is home to 4,091,482 housing units; with the average household size of rented homes being 2.69 persons. IF you rent, you are one of the 1,178,255, or 33.80% of the occupied homes in Georgia, with home owners accounting for 66.20% of Georgia's population. The average rent for an apartment in Georgia in the last 12 months has been $531. The average rents for a 1 bed, 2 bed and 3 bed apartments have been $464, $513, and $536 respectively.
The capitol of Georgia is Atlanta and the population of Georgia is 9,687,653. The most populated cities in Georgia are Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Savannah, and Athens.
Weather and Climate
A humid subtropical climate awaits you in Georgia! Located in the southeastern United States, summer temperatures average around 89 degrees for the high and 71 for the low. Winter is mild with average temperatures average 52 degrees for the high and 34 for the low, and 0.7 inches average annual snowfall. Rainfall in Georgia averages at 50.7 inches per year.
48.80% of Georgia’s population is male, with an average age of 34.1. Females make up the majority of the population at 51.2%, and are 36.5 years old on average. The median age in Georgia is 35.4 for both sexes. Georgia is home to 4,091,482 households, with each home averaging $46,430 in annual income. 13.70% of Georgia’s population is in poverty, and 19.7% of the population lives without health care coverage or insurance.
Sports Universities and Education
Georgia is home to several major league sports including the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, the MLB’s Atlanta Braves, and the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks. Georgia is also home to several universities including the University of Georgia, Georgia State University, and Kennesaw State University. 26.90% of Georgia’s population is enrolled in college or university and 17.50% of Georgians have a bachelor's degree.
Industry and Employment
Georgia’s top industries include textiles and apparel, transportation equipment, food processing, paper products, chemicals, and tourism. There are 4,165,453 employed Georgians driving 27 minutes to work each day on average, and 8% of the population is unemployed.