Georgia's natural beauty stretches from the Blue Ridge Mountains in the north to the Golden Isles on the Atlantic coast. The Peach State overflows with real estate opportunity. Imagine everything from a cabin with a mountain view to a sprawling equestrian home and you will find it in Georgia. Beautiful land accompanies beautiful weather in this mild four season state. With over 450 luxury golf courses, pristine freshwater lakes for fishing and countless miles of sugar-white beaches on the coast one can enjoy an abundance of recreational activities year round.
Georgia Real Estate:
Georgia's capital and largest city, Atlanta, is said to be one of the best places to live in the US. Atlanta's Metropolitan area is considered a business hub and is home to fifteen Fortune 500 companies. The diverse economy of Atlanta helps put it ahead of the game in attracting new business and flair. North Atlanta is considered to be premier residential real estate due to its outstanding employment opportunities, top-rated schools, low crime and a number of beautiful parks that run along the Chattahoochee River. Find your dream home in one of Atlanta's prestigious communities such as Buckhead, Dunwoody or East Cobb. Head south toward Georgia's Atlantic coast where you will instantly feel at home with the relaxed atmosphere and beautiful ocean views. The Golden Isles, located along Georgia's coast, is home to some of the most luxurious coastal and golf properties in the country. Beautiful and historic, Savannah does not fail to amaze with its Southern hospitality and unique charm. Georgia's landscape offers a variety of real estate opportunities that boast awe-inspiring views and an abundance of recreational activities. Find your golf course home in the Golden Isles or your luxurious mountain home tucked away in the breath-taking Blue Ridge Mountains. Your dream home awaits you in the enchanting state of Georgia.
Georgia is a mild four season state. The majority of the state is a humid subtropical climate. Summers are typically hot and humid. Higher elevations in Georgia often stay much cooler in the summer. Georgia receives moderate precipitation ranging from 45 inches in Central Georgia to 75 inches in the Northeast. See Georgia temperature charts.
Regions in Georgia:
Georgia has nine diverse regions. There is the Historic High Country, Northeast Georgia Mountains, Atlantic Metro, Presidential Pathways, Historic Heartland, Classic South, Plantation Trace, Magnolia Midlands and the beautiful Georgia Coast.
Georgia's main airport is the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). There is also the Savannah Hilton Head International Airport and the DeKalb Peachtree Airport.
Georgia's nickname is the Peach State but is also known as the Empire State of the South. The capital of Georgia is Atlanta. Georgia is ranked 24th in the US for area and 9th for population. Georgia was once one of the original Thirteen Colonies that revolted against the British in the American Revolution.
Georgia is ranked number one in the nation for the production of peanuts, pecans and peaches; The Vidalia onion can only be grown in the fields of Vidalia and Glennville, Georgia; Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River; Georgia's state motto is "Wisdom, Justice, and Moderation"; "Georgia on My Mind" performed by Ray Charles, is the state's official song.
Georgia State Government Resource Link: www.georgia.gov
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